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2014-04-23 The key to improving wearable medical electronics
An essential component of wearable technologies is the power source which usually comes in the form of a battery.
2014-05-13 Test instruments advance fool-proof user interfaces
Innovations in test equipment do not only feature improved accuracy and sensitivity, but also better and more intuitive user guidancewith touch screen interfaces and Internet-accessible measurements.
2006-11-07 Temperature sensor targets DDR memory modules
Maxim Integrated Products has introduced a small and low-cost temperature sensor designed for thermal monitoring in DDR memory modules.
2006-08-31 Temp sensors suit 65nm, 90nm processors
National said its new temperature sensors are designed for applications powered by high-performance microprocessors manufactured on 65nm and 90nm processes.
2005-05-04 System monitor measures own temp
Maxim unveiled a 1C system monitor that can accurately measure its own die temperature, the temperatures of two external, diode-connected transistors, and report the temperature data using a 2-wire serial interface.
2010-08-04 System controllers for cars integrate CPU, GPU
A new series of vehicle-system LSI controllers integrates a CPU core and a graphics-display controller for video capture and communications in automobiles.
2007-07-20 Switching regulator eliminates heat sink, boost diode
Linear Technology's LTC3813 is a synchronous No RSENSE step-up switching regulator controller that eliminates the boost diode and the heat sink
2004-04-26 STMicro rolls out gate driver for IGBT, power MOSFETs
STMicro has introduced an advanced gate driver for IGBT and power MOSFETs that includes control and protection functions.
2002-06-07 STMicro power converter has 8V to 40V input range
The VIPer22A offline, flyback converter from STMicroelectronics provides an input range of 8V to 40V and delivers up to 12W of power.
2008-02-01 Steer the wheels with microcontrollers
A wide range of different car types is equipped with an electromechanical power steering system. But what kind of functionality is involved in implementing electronic power-assisted steering systems?
2013-07-26 ST's eCompass combines 3-axis accelerometer, magnetometer
The LSM303C integrates a high-performance three-axis magnetic field sensor with a state-of-the-art three-axis accelerometer to provide an accurate orientation signal at its 16bit digital output
2007-07-05 ST fields capacitive sensor to simplify user interfaces
Making room for itself in the already maturing capacitive sensing market, STMicroelectronics launched the QST108, its first device under its QST portfolio of touch sensors.
2013-09-03 ST debuts 3-axis MEMS accelerometer for augmented reality
The LIS344AHH full-scale range is user-selectable up to 6g or 18g, enhancing performance over similar devices that measure up to 16g.
2013-08-14 SSL LED driver integrates boost, flyback converters
The iW3623 from Dialog Semiconductor offers a universal 100-277VAC input range and output power up to 45W.
2013-10-03 Spray-based carbon nanotubes used to create low cost sensors
A team of researchers from the Technische Universit?t Mnchen recently fabricated a gas detection sensor on a flexible polymer substrate.
2005-12-08 Speaker amp with 90dB PSRR
Maxim Integrated Products unveiled a Class AB 2.2W speaker amplifier with integrated analog volume control, a beep input and 90dB power-supply rejection ratio.
2011-10-03 SoCs drive high-end automotive displays
The SH7769 enables 3D graphics meter displays and enhances video input and display output.
2006-06-28 SMBus battery charger needs no microcontroller
Linear Tech introduced the LTC4101, a fast, precision smart battery charger controller that operates with or without a host microcontroller.
2007-06-28 Small op amps have 5-16V operating range
ADI's AD8663 and AD8638 precision operational amplifiers deliver a combination of high accuracy, power efficiency and versatility with a wide 5-16V operating range for an assortment of industrial, medical and consumer applications.
2012-11-20 Slow consumer spending drags power IC market
IHS predicted that revenue derived from the use of power management chips will amount to $29.9 billion by the end of the year, down from $31.8 billion last year.
2003-11-03 SiRES LABS transceiver reduces board space
SiRES LABS has released a single chip optical transceiver which subscribes to the OC24 standard.
2002-02-15 Sipex PDIC enables faster CD, DVD read speeds
The SP8040 is a high-performance four-channel PDIC that combines a photodetector array and high-speed analog processing in a single chip for the pick-up head read-channel.
2009-03-09 Single board computer designed for portables
RadiSys Corp. has unveiled one of the smallest, full-featured embedded single board computers called the Procelerant PICOZ500, which is designed for use in small, low-power handheld and portable devices.
2003-05-08 Siliconix JFETs eliminate latch-up
Vishay Siliconix has released a new series of JFETs that eliminates latch-up in amp designs.
2014-02-24 Silicone harvester supplies trickles of energy
Introduced by the wearer's movement, a conductor inside the silicon produces as much as 40mV through a magnetic field.
2006-07-27 Signal conditioner features fault-tolerant line driver
The iC-MSB from iC-Haus is a signal conditioner with a fault-tolerant line driver for sine/cosine sensors.
2003-04-23 Shunkang PTC thermistors suit TV degaussing
Chengdu Shunkang Electronics Co. Ltd has announced the release of its MZ series of PTC thermistors that are designed for degaussing applications in TV receivers.
2009-05-28 Shock, vibration sensors roll for industrial monitoring
Analog Devices Inc. has extended its iSensor intelligent sensor product family with the introduction of two integrated inertial sensors that simplify the task of embedded shock and vibration sensing within harsh industrial environments.
2007-09-07 Sensors monitor temperature of computer DIMMs
STMicroelectronics has developed two high-accuracy application specific digital temperature-sensor chips intended for monitoring the temperature of DIMMs used in PCs.
2005-08-02 Sensor operates from 1 to 10,000 lux
Intersil unveiled an optical sensor that converts light to current. The new EL7900 sensor operates in a wide range of lighting conditions from 1 lux to 10,000 lux.
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