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2003-11-03 TAEC LCD modules feature reverse-scan capability
Toshiba America Electronic Components Inc. (TAEC) has announced the availability of two wide-viewing-angle, high-brightness TFT LCDs.
2000-12-04 Switchable SAW filter K6257K
This application note proposes a switching circuit with a test layout for the K6257K switchable SAW filter.
2002-02-20 SVA completes first phase of Shanghai subsidiary
SVA Group Co. Ltd has completed the first phase of its subsidiary Shanghai Matsushita PDP Co. Ltd.
2004-03-01 Starc to release Starcad-21 design methodology
Semiconductor Technology Academic Research Center will release v1 of a chip design methodology that covers silicon implementation from RTL to GDSII.
2004-12-24 Sony reportedly seeks to exit plasma display market
Sony Corp. is considering leaving the plasma display market to focus on flat-panel liquid crystal (LCD) displays, according to several online reports.
2000-12-20 SMD varistors poised for success
This application note describes the characteristics and behavior of Siemens Matsushita Components' families of SMD varistors, which include multilayer chips (CN type series, non-encapsulated) and thermoplast-encapsulated chips (CU type series).
2000-12-20 SIOV-CN multilayer varistors: Keeping ESD at bay
This application note discusses Siemens Matsushita Components' SIOV-CN series of metal oxide varistors, which satisfies all ESD protection requirements in various sensitive electronic circuits.
2000-12-20 SIOV arrester blocks for power distribution: Reliable protection with zinc oxide varistors
This application note presents the SIOV E32VR302 and E32VR602 zinc oxide varistors, which function as ESD protection devices and high-energy arrester blocks for protection of distribution lines, substations and other power applications.
2000-12-20 SAW filters for advanced pagers: Boom without end
This application note the advantages delivered by Siemens Matsushita Components' SAW filters, which offer high channel selectivity and compact design, in the propagation of worldwide pagers operating at various frequencies.
1999-09-09 SAW and MWC filters - key components for mobile terminals and base-stations
SAW and MWC devices are key components in modern electronics, especially in modern wireless communication systems. By keeping in pace with the rapid development of wireless technologies, newer and better SAW and MWC devices matching novel market demand will be invented and fabricated with lower insertion attenuation, more stable and wider bandwidth filters, or higher frequency devices than possible. This paper describes the SAW and MWC filter for these development applications.
2006-05-04 Samsung SDI posts lower PDP shipment last quarter
Samsung SDI reported lower shipment of PDPs last quarter, falling behind rival LG Electronics.
2000-12-04 Principles of SAWR-stabilized oscillators and transmitters
This application note describes the principles of SAW-stabilized oscillator design. It discusses two types of oscillators, which include single- and two-port resonator models.
2000-12-20 Preventing problems in parallel
This application note discusses the versatility and high reliability of parallel SIOV metal oxide varistors in diverting high-voltage spikes and current surges.
2000-12-04 Preamplifier桽AW filter section for a receiver in the ISM band @ 433.92MHz
This application note describes a preamplifier designed to simplify the matching of the antenna and the SAW filter, and increase system sensitivity. The preamp discussed in this note operates within the 433.92MHz ISM band.
2004-12-20 Power FET 'revolutionizes switching devices'
Matsushita Electric claims its new transistor revolutionizes switching devices.
2006-08-29 Plasma TV sales grew 95% in Q2
Global sales of plasma televisions grew 95 percent in the April-June quarter to 2.2 million units compared to the same quarter last year.
2005-10-11 Plasma display produces 5.7 lumens per watt
A joint plasma display R&D company in Japan has announced that it has improved luminous efficiency to 5.7 lumens per watt for an 11-inch display prototype and 3.5 lumens per watt for 43-inch prototype, both being exhibited at CEATEC Japan here this week.
2006-10-31 PDP shipment, sales up, reports Displaytech
Plasma panels shipments climb 47 percent in the third quarter of 2006 to 2.8 million units with revenues up 10 percent q-o-q and 29 percent y-o-y reaching a record-high of $2.02 billion, said in a DisplaySearch report.
2006-05-18 PDP makers optimistic on market expectations
Several PDP makers in Asia have announced their plans to increase product capacities within the next two years, remaining optimistic of market expectations in the segment.
2000-12-04 PCB layout recommendations for SAW filters in DIP18D package
This application note gives several guidelines in optimizing the PCB layout in the vicinity of a SAW filter to reduce crosstalk and other unwanted effects. A reference design of a PCB for a DIP18D SAW package is shown in this note.
2007-02-08 Patent pool open for DTV receivers in Japan
A group of Japanese consumer companies has launched a one-stop patent-licensing program for DTV receivers, which aims to simplify licensing procedures.
2006-01-12 Panasonic, Toray to build PDP facility in Japan
Panasonic and diversified chemical group Toray Industries announced plans to build a new plasma display panel manufacturing facility in Japan.
2006-04-11 Panasonic, Square Enix to hasten "ubiquitous network era"
Panasonic and Square Enix announced an agreement to co-develop a solution that will provide seamless content applications for digital consumer electronic devices.
2003-11-24 Panasonic, Quantel ensure interoperability of products
Matsushita Electric Ind. Co. Ltd has agreed to work closely with Quantel, a U.K.-based designer and manufacturer of digital image processing products.
2004-09-29 Panasonic, Comcast to license OCAP middleware
Matsushita Electric Ind. Co. Ltd revealed that Panasonic and Comcast have agreed to license Panasonic's Open Cable Application Platform (OCAP) compliant middleware for the U.S. cable market.
2005-10-10 Panasonic unveils Blu-ray Disc drives for notebook computers
Panasonic recently announced that the company will introduce Blu-ray Disc (BD) drives for notebook and desktop computers that can write and read single- and dual-layer BDs as well as all types of recordable DVDs and CDs.
2005-02-22 Panasonic touts tottering plasma display technology
Engineers and executives of the Panasonic Technologies Co. hit the road this week to tout the advantages of plasma display technology over LCDs.
2006-11-29 Panasonic to set up car electronics biz in Thailand
Panasonic Automotive Systems Co. (PAS) will establish Panasonic Automotive Systems Asia Pacific (Thailand) Co. Ltd on Dec. 1.
2006-02-09 Panasonic to expand assembly, test capacity in Singapore
Matsushita Electric announced that it will invest approximately $85 million for a new building and cutting-edge equipment to expand its semiconductor assembly and test capacity in Singapore.
2004-04-23 Panasonic strengthens networking R&D
Matsushita Electric Corp. of America, best known by its Panasonic brand name, today announced the formation of two new divisions devoted to the research, development and introduction of digitally networked consumer electronics, or NetCE.
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