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2010-02-03 PTC thermistors handle rapid temp changes
TDK-EPC has released the SMD series of PTC thermistors equipped with AEC-Q200 Rev-C qualification designed for use in automotive electronics involving frequent and rapid temp changes.
2008-02-25 Multilayer chip capacitor allows ESR values to be set
TDK has announced that it has developed a multilayer ceramic chip capacitor that's said to be the first to feature a new internal structure that allows ESR values to be set to any value within a specified range.
2014-04-25 GaN-on-Si gathers pace as more players enter the market
The IP landscape in the area of GaN-on-Si is said to be at a stage where mass production could be initiated. Patents held by TDK, Fujitsu, Toyoda Gosei and the University of Nagoya reflect material improvements that address dislocation density and warpage on a GaN-on-Si-based wafer.
2012-05-14 Embedded mSATA SSD reads at 170MB/s
TDK's SMG3B series drives leverage the company's GBDriver RS3 controller for error correction expandable to 44bit ECC and features a power interruption data preservation algorithm and auto refresh function for data reliability.
2009-04-30 DC/DC converters fit power-hungry apps
TDK-Lambda has broadened its DC/DC converter line-up with the introduction of the new iQG Series, providing high true useable power in an industry standard quarter-brick footprint.
2008-08-18 Controller LSI enables high-speed flash storage
TDK Corp. has developed the GBDriver RA8 series of NAND flash memory controller LSI that are compatible with 2KByte/page and 4KByte/page NAND flash memories.
2013-09-20 Compact EMC filters promise low leakage current
The B84142A*166 series of 2-line filters from TDK target rated currents of 10A, 16A and 30A at a rated voltage of 250VAC (50/60Hz).
2009-07-23 100V ceramic capacitors handle automotive apps
TDK Electronics has developed a new generation of 100V-rated ceramic chip capacitors that offers the high level of capacitance for mid-voltage applications in devices half the size of their predecessors.
2014-09-05 WLAN-Bluetooth filter prevents signal interference
The B8831 is able to prevent signals in the adjacent WLAN/Bluetooth and highband cellular bands from interfering with each other due to its excellent insertion loss and high out-of-band selectivity.
2000-07-01 Wireless future: At what cost?
I recently attended "Bluetooth Geneva," a conference sponsored by UK-based IIR Limited. Bluetooth, a proposal by cellphone makers Nokia and Ericsson along with computer makers IBM, Intel and Toshiba, is now endorsed by over 1,600 manufacturers. That this technology is hot is evidenced by the questions from the Taiwanese engineers at the executive panel discussion, "Interfacing for the Millennium," sponsored by Global Sources during the IIC-Taipei conference in May. Bluetooth was intended to link portable PCs and cellphones with a short distance wireless link. In principle, it will enable you to download an address book from your PC to your cellphone. Though it frequency hops at 2.45GHz, the Bluetooth transceiver was conceived as dumb, low power (10mW), and cheap.
2014-05-13 Turbulent power supply market shakes up vendor rankings
The top ten rankings of power supply vendors in 2013 were a product of a fiercely competitive power supplies market, posting only a 2.4 per cent annual growth. Delta Electronics led, followed by Emerson.
2011-07-11 Toshiba plans R&D, manufacturing units for HDD expansion
Toshiba plans a new R&D center and HDD manufacturing facility in Japan to better compete with Seagate and Western Digital.
2016-01-04 Top 15 deals that influenced analogue, sensors in 2015
Here are some of the biggest and most important business deals and synergies in 2015 that had a huge impact on analogue, MEMS, sensors and the semiconductor industry as a whole.
2012-05-31 Tool tests MOST speeds and PHY
Ruetz System Solutions' TTsuite is based on the standardized test specification language TTCN-3 and uses the Graphical Presentation format of TTCN-3.
2010-01-28 Tiny piezo motor runs over 7mm/s at low power
New Scale Technologies' SQUIGGLE RV reduced voltage linear drive system delivers performance comparable to much larger motion controls at 40 percent lower power and less than one-fourth the size.
2016-03-15 The endless pursuit of smaller packages
In this article, we explore the creativity in semiconductor package integration, while anticipating the release of the Samsung's Galaxy S7 and the iPhone 7.
2015-08-06 Taking a look at every kind of EMI antenna
EMI antennas come in several forms: biconical; log-periodic; horn; bi-log, biconilog, hybrid-a combination of log-periodic and biconical; and specialty antennas.
2010-06-11 STT-RAM geared to displace DRAM, flash
Grandis Inc. has updated its STT-RAM roadmap with some ambitious efforts in mind: It hopes to replace DRAM, and eventually, NAND, with its next-generation MRAM.
2001-07-16 Startup breaks Japanese recruitment pattern
This article tells the short story of the Japanese engineer who founded Analog and RF Tec Inc. as he airs his little frustrations regarding the industry and how he succeeded where others did not.
2006-01-04 Slight output growth forecast for Japan's electronic components
Following an 11 percent plunge in production value, Japan's components production in 2006 will likely increase minimally or remain at current levels.
2013-07-17 Shedding light on the surface dissipation of heat
MIT researchers have succeeded in carrying out the first systematic investigation of the factors that control boiling heat transfer from a surface to a liquid.
2011-04-25 Seagate buys Samsung HDD for $1.4 billion
The acquisition is expected to expand Seagate's customer access in China and Southeast Asia, and strengthen the company's long-term relationship with Samsung.
2012-01-12 RF MEMS in cellphones to pick up steam
IHS forecasts that the global sales of RF MEMS will rise to $150 million in 2015, up from just $720,000 last year.
2002-01-30 Pulse LAN magnetic module offers 2.24mm height
With a height of 2.24mm, the H0026 is claimed to be the industry's smallest IEEE-compliant, five-core design for surface-mount 10/100 LAN magnetic modules.
2013-03-12 Packaged telematics suit tough automotive apps
Telematics applications are becoming standard features in cars and trucks, thus the demand is growing for robust RF components qualified to AEC-Q200.
2008-03-03 OLEDs: Past, present and future
First appearing in 1999, the OLED display was expected to be the wunderkind of the flat-panel display world, the LCD killer that would quickly take over across a range of applications. Flash forward nine years to 2008, and only one 10-inch-plus OLED has made it to production. What happened?
2010-04-21 OLEDs want a slice of TV market
In the long term, TV is poised to be a key application for OLED. While it is not likely to be as large a market as mobile phones, the value of OLED panels for TV could reach $1.7 billion by 2016.
2007-06-11 OLED shipments up 71% y-on-y
The latest Quarterly OLED Shipment and Forecast Report from DisplaySearch found that OLED Q1 shipments reached 19.1 million, up 71 percent y-on-y.
2005-12-02 OLED shipments grow again, says DisplaySearch
Shipments of OLED displays grew to 16.7 million and revenues hit $130.9 million in the third quarter of 2005, according to DisplaySearch Inc.
2007-02-26 OLED industry shipped 72.1M units in 2006
OLED shipments in 2006 reached 72.1 million, up 29 percent, and revenues recorded $475 million, down 3 percent y-o-y, according to DisplaySearch.
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