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2003-04-08 Matsushita rolls antenna for multi-frequency apps
The company has released the EWPAD built-in type antenna for use in multi-frequency bands.
2003-04-14 Matsushita RF jumper resistor touts high isolation
Matsushita Electronic Components' EXBD6JP000A RF jumper chip resistor eliminates cross interference in HF circuits.
2003-03-27 Matsushita restructures South American operations
Matsushita Electric Ind. Co. Ltd has announced its plans to discontinue operations at Panasonic Argentina, S.A. (PARSA), a sales subsidiary located in Argentina. In effect, sales activities in Argentina will be shifted to Matsushita's manufacturing and sales subsidiary, Panasonic do Brasil Ltda. (PANABRAS), which will establish a new Argentina sales office.
2002-01-15 Matsushita reorganizes at first sign of red ink
In a bid to cut redundancies and concentrate its groups' resources, Matsushita Electric Ind. Co. Ltd will reorganize five group companies, four listed and one non-listed, into 100 percent subsidiaries.
2002-03-05 Matsushita releases 'leak-tolerant' receivers for mobile devices
The company's "leak-tolerant" receivers feature an output SPL of 108dB and a resonant frequency of 380Hz, enabling an improved reproduction of a low-pitched sound and prevents the deterioration of receiving sound quality of compact receivers in mobile devices.
2003-07-11 Matsushita puts up subsidiary in South Korea
Japan-based Matsushita Electric Works Ltd has established a company in South Korea.
2004-12-27 Matsushita pushes up PDP capacity by 66 percent
PDP maker Matsushita Electric Ind. Co. Ltd announced that it has increased its monthly capacity for plasma display panels (PDP) from 90,000 units to 150,000 units, making the company the largest supplier of PDPs in Japan.
2003-04-15 Matsushita pushbutton switches last >100,000 cycles
The EVQ series QJ type of pushbutton switches from Matsushita Electronic Components Co. Ltd requires an operating force of 3N and lasts a minimum of 100,000 operating cycles.
2002-09-23 Matsushita pushbutton switch eyes automotive apps
Matsushita Electronic's EVQQ series of pushbutton switches features silicon rubber material that is able to withstand 85C of temperature.
2006-06-08 Matsushita process enables air-gap interconnects for ICs
Matsushita Electric described what the company claims to be a viable replacement for conventional low-k films.
2002-10-24 Matsushita potentiometer occupies 16mm2 footprint
The EWVYC potentiometer and EVEN encoder occupies a footprint of 16mm2 and is designed for use in control panels of automobile air conditioners.
2006-11-06 Matsushita plasma displays now Pb-free
Matsushita Electric Industrial announced that it has eliminated lead from all its plasma display panels, making it the first panel maker to comply with new environmental guidelines.
2002-05-22 Matsushita piezoelectric transformers have high transfer efficiencies
The EFTU11R0MX50 and EFTU11R8MX50 piezoelectric transformers from Matsushita Electronic Components Co. Ltd provide a transfer ratio of 50 and a transfer efficiency of up to 93 percent.
2002-09-27 Matsushita PBX system to use Silicon Lab IC
Matsushita Communication Ind. Co. Ltd has selected Silicon Laboratories Inc.'s Si3210 ProSLIC integrated CMOS SLIC for use on its latest Digaport PBX systems.
2005-05-25 Matsushita packs radio circuit, microcomputer in one LSI chip
Panasonic unveiled its ultra-small low-power wireless module that incorporates a radio circuit and a microcomputer unto a single CMOS LSI chip, said to be a first in the 400MHz band low-power wireless technology.
2002-12-26 Matsushita oxy-alkaline battery lasts longer
The PowerEdge oxy-alkaline batteries from Matsushita Battery Ind. are designed specifically for digital cameras.
2002-09-10 Matsushita opens Panasonic Center in Tokyo
Matsushita Electric Ind. Co. Ltd has established a new marketing and communications facility in Tokyo, Japan.
2007-03-06 Matsushita opens bidding for JVC
Matsushita Electric will invite bids on March 9 for the sale of its subsidiary, Victor Company of Japan Ltd (JVC), according to reports.
2002-02-26 Matsushita offers smallest noise filter, torque encoder
Measuring 1.25-by-1-by0.5mm, the EXC24CC common-mode noise filter is claimed to be the industry's smallest and is suitable to suppress the noise of USB 1.1 circuits in mobile devices such as DSCs, PDAs, and laptops.
2008-06-30 Matsushita now calls itself Panasonic
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. Ltd announced its shareholders approved a proposal to change the company's name to "Panasonic Corp." at its 101st annual shareholders' meeting held last week.
2003-05-05 Matsushita noise filter is 0.5mm thick
The EXC24D common-mode noise filter of Matsushita Electronic Components Co. Ltd measures 1.25-by-1-by-0.5mm and weighs 3mg.
2003-04-30 Matsushita noise filter is 0.5mm thick
The EXC24D common-mode noise filter of Matsushita Electronic Components Co. Ltd measures 1.25-by-1-by-0.5mm and weighs 3mg.
2004-04-23 Matsushita NiMH batteries offer 2.23ah capacity
Matsushita Electric has launched the HHR-3SPS series of its NiMH batteries in AA size.
2002-07-03 Matsushita multidirectional switch lasts 1 million cycles
The EVQ series Q5, multidirectional stick switch incorporates a pushbutton switch that can travel up to 0.25mm, and a toggle switch that can lean up to 30. It lasts 1 million cycles in each direction.
2003-06-27 Matsushita multi-band antenna suits mobile apps
Matsushita Electronic Components Co. Ltd has released its multi-band built-in antennas for mobile equipment and PDAs.
2003-07-21 Matsushita multi codec LSI suits W-CDMA, PDCs
Matsushita Electric and its subsidiary Panasonic Mobile Communications have developed the MPEG-4 multi-codec LSI, nicknamed MarvieTM3.
2004-07-07 Matsushita microcomputers feature VBI data slicer
Matsushita developed two types of 8-bit microcomputers, with each including a built-in Vertical Blanking Interval data slicer.
2003-07-30 Matsushita memory cards powered by Picsel technology
Matsushita Electric Ind. Co. Ltd and Picsel Technologies, a provider of embedded software, have entered into a licensing agreement to embed Picsel Browser and Picsel File Viewer on Panasonic SD memory card products. Under the agreement, Panasonic will globally market the Picsel-powered SD memory cards.
2004-10-04 Matsushita memory card with contactless smart card capabilities
Matsushita Electric developed what it claims as the industry's first SD Memory Card with contactless smart card capabilities.
2004-04-07 Matsushita memory card offers 10MBps data transfer rate
Matsushita Electric has introduced its 1GB SD Memory Card with an expected market price of about 499 Euros in Germany and $499.99 in North America.
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