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2006-11-06 Touch sensor chips detect finger through 50mm panels
Quantum Research Group has announced new touch sensor chips that can sense the touch of a finger through panels 50mm or more in thickness when used with a scanned X-Y passive matrix.
2008-10-28 Touchscreen controller ICs detect simultaneous taps
Atmel Corp. has unveiled its new line of charge-transfer, capacitive touchscreen controller ICs targeted at some of the highest growth areas of the electronics market, such as mobile phones and other personal electronics.
2005-08-01 Sensor chips offer huge cost savings
The new QTouch QT220 and QT240 charge-transfer digital sensor chips from Quantum Research Group facilitate the manufacture of man-machine interfaces at a cost comparable to using electromechanical switches.
2014-04-10 Researchers measure reaction rates in electrodes
According to MIT researchers, they were able, for the first time, to measure electrochemical reactions, the fundamental charge transfer rate, inside the porous electrodes of batteries.
2010-03-25 Principles of capacitive touch and proximity sensing technology
This application note aims to present the principles of capacitive sensing and charge transfer used in STMicroelectronics STM8T and STM8TS capacitive sensors.
2014-07-11 Ink promises shapely future for electronics
Japanese researchers developed an ink that allows charge transfer in order to facilitate printing at room temperature. This broadens options for flexible plastics that can be used to print semiconductor devices.
2005-11-07 Capacitive touch sensors feature low power consumption
Saelig Co. offers the new QT110 for charge-transfer capacitive touch-sensing switch applications.
2012-06-01 Various techniques for wireless charging
Read about the promising techniques and ways for implementing wireless charging.
2006-05-15 UCLA engineers announce semicon spin-wave research findings
Engineers at the UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science are announcing what they tout as a critical new breakthrough in semiconductor spin-wave research.
2009-09-14 Touchscreen controllers fit 10-inch screens
Atmel's new touchscreen technology offers full zoom, rotate, handwriting and shape recognition functionality.
2008-09-22 Touch controller highlights reliability, trims component count
Atmel's AT42QT1060 is a touch control chip that integrates 6 channels of touch sensing with the ability to drive up to 7 low current LEDs directly through a pulse width modulated (PWM) output function.
2010-04-26 Touch controller handles ON/OFF, wake-up trigger
STMicroelectronics has launched a touch-sensor controller that improves the performance and styling by replacing traditional main power-on/off control buttons.
2008-07-09 Touch controller adds LED, GPIO functions
Atmel Corp. has announced the AT42QT2160, a touch controller IC combining touch key and touch slider functions in a single device.
2009-03-25 Touch button controller fits mobile apps
Atmel Corp. has developed the AT42QT1040, a convenient, easy to implement, low-cost touch sensor IC, which brings capacitive user interfaces to price-sensitive consumer and mobile devices.
2014-10-15 Rhines: Both inventions, efficiency improvements carry weight
For Mentor Graphics CEO Wally Rhines, Nobels ought to celebrate inventions and efficiency improvements of them as both make valuable contribution to the society.
2013-12-11 Recognizing the issues with phase change memory
There are about half a dozen papers on phase change memory (PCM) devices at IEDM 2013, and most deal with known reliability problems associated with PCM.
2006-08-30 Quantum unrolls 'breakthrough' touch sensor IC
Quantum Research Group has released the QT1106, a complete control IC that combines the functionality of a touch slider or wheel with seven additional keys.
2011-09-06 Pumpable electrons to drive gasoline into oblivion?
Electronics is poised to replace the gas-guzzling internal combustion engine with electric motors driven by pumpable fuels that bear electrons as their active elements
2009-07-03 Panavision, Tower team on linear image sensors
Panavision Imaging LLC and Tower Semiconductor Ltd have announced production of Panavision's family of DLIS-2K re-configurable line scan CMOS image sensors.
2003-10-09 Organic materials seen for non-volatile memory
Organic materials will probably be the quickest route to dense, non-volatile memory chip: Infineon researchers.
2013-02-25 Memory test tip: Boost flash memory testing
Know how to tune your test system parameters to get the optimal results.
2016-03-16 InVisage's Lee says start-up to focus on image sensors
The Menlo Park-based company has been developing image sensors using a quantum-dot material that replaces conventional silicon photodiodes but is integrated with supporting CMOS technology.
2006-07-01 Improving CMOS sensor performance
CMOS image sensor performance can be improved with combined pixels.
2014-12-19 Graphene wrapper improves lithium-sulphur battery
Aiming to address battery performance issues, researchers have designed a multi-functional sulphur cathode that combines an energy storage unit and ion/electron transfer networks.
2005-03-15 First capacitive touch slider IC?
Quantum Research Group released what it bills as the world's first capacitive touch slider IC.
2010-12-17 Firmware eases capacitative sensing design
The second-generation STMTouch firmware from STMicroelectronics supports over 200 STM8 part numbers, including the advanced STM8S family and the STM8L, featuring ultra low-power EnergyLite technology.
2011-07-11 Circuit allows sample-and-hold amplifier test
Real-world sample-and-hold amplifiers gain or lose voltage, causing digitizing errors. Measuring the errors will help you account for them in your designs.
2007-06-25 Capacitive touch sensors enable smart user interfaces
STMicroelectronics launches the QST108, the first IC in a family of capacitive touch sense products that will enable contemporary and innovative user interfaces for many markets.
2016-04-18 Capacitive touch application: Automotive door handle
Cars are no exception to the growing popularity of capacitive touch in intuitive human-to-machine interfaces. In this article, we focus on this technology's application in the door handle domain.
2012-01-23 Capacitive proximity detection paves way for vehicle convenience features
Read about the broad range of automotive comfort applications made possible by the implementation of capacitive proximity sensors.
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