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2008-05-07 MEMS sensor offers reliable system failure warning
ADI has introduced a high-bandwidth MEMS vibration sensor to enable better monitoring of equipment performance and reduce costly downtime due to unforeseen system failures on the factory floor.
2010-12-02 MEMS resonator eliminates need for quartz
MEMS resonators from SiTime can be integrated inside a semiconductor device's plastic package, cutting the need for an external quartz crystal for real-time clocks.
2009-06-09 MEMS gyros promise stability in wide temp range
STMicroelectronics has launched a new family of single- and multi-axis MEMS gyroscopes deliver superior performance and reliability for angular-motion detection.
2005-06-01 Melexis introduces a sensor interface IC for automotive apps
Melexis introduces a versatile, fully integrated and programmable sensor interface solution for automotive and industrial applications
2015-05-29 MCUs from Renesas simplify BLDC motor control designs
The RL78/G1F devices promise to deliver precision operation at faster rotational speeds with high accuracy for energy-efficient home appliances and electric power tools.
2007-11-15 MCU provides complete signal chain for medical handhelds
TI has announced a SoC MCU that provides a complete signal chain for handheld medical applications.
2006-12-13 MAZeT unveils true-color sensor modules
Industrial electronic systems vendor MAZeT GmbH has added two true-color sensor modules to its Jencolour product group.
2007-07-12 Mattel develops radar gun from inexpensive components
Mattel's Hot Wheels Radar Gun is an ingenious toy with a businesslike design that can measure scaled miniature Hot Wheels speeds along with real-world speeds (mi/hr or km/hr) at the flick of a switch.
2007-01-01 Making sense of light sensors
This article looks at the array of available light sensors, covering trade-offs in resolution, dynamic range and cost.
2009-12-18 Low-power sensor boosts Storm's imaging quality
Teardown shows how Blackberry Storm is able to deliver good telephone performance and attractive image quality both for still images and video.
2013-08-15 Light-based sensor aimed at cancer detection
Microelectronic engineers in Singapore developed and tested a sensor technology that can detect and measure a chemical signature of bladder cancer.
2009-04-28 Light sensor applications
As electronics seamlessly weave their way into our lives, sensors play an increasingly important role. Light sensors are very simple and inexpensive, allowing their inclusion in multitudes of consumer products from night lights to cellphones.
2006-09-15 LGE selects RFMD amp module for upcoming EDGE mobile devices
RF Micro Devices Inc. announced that it is currently shipping its high-power, dual-mode amplifier module for EDGE - the RF3158 - to LG Electronics.
2009-05-11 LED flash drivers offer design optimization
CAP-XX Ltd is introducing supercapacitor-optimized LED flash drivers from several power management IC companies to optimize the design of high-power LED flash units for high-resolution camera phones and digital cameras.
2009-06-29 LED flash driver suits ultraslim phones
ON Semiconductor has introduced the NCP5680 supercapacitor-optimized LED flash driver capable of delivering up to 10A for photo flash and video light in ultra-slim camera phones and compact digital cameras.
2016-05-13 Laser-like optical amplifier boosts output of captured light
Rice University's new light-amplifying nanoparticle functions much like a laser, but while lasers have a fixed output frequency, this device's output can be tuned over a range of frequencies that includes a portion of the infrared spectrum.
2007-09-14 Jazz fortifies post in analog, mixed-signal markets
Jazz Semiconductorhas announced its Analog-Intensive Mixed-Signal initiative to strengthen its position in price/performance and power consumption for specialty CMOS technologies and quicken time-to-revenue for analog-intensive products.
2009-02-13 IR sensor features long detection range
TT electronics Optek Technology has developed a new reflective object sensor in a miniature surface mount package.
2003-01-14 Intel fires up tunable lasers
In a major move into optical communications, Intel Corp. plans to roll out its first tunable lasers for enterprise networks and MANs.
2002-05-23 Inplane launches amplified tunable dispersion compensator
Inplane Photonics Inc. has launched what it claims to be the industry's first amplified tunable dispersion compensator (Amplified TDC) for metro- and long-haul systems.
2002-05-10 Inphi 40Gbps TIAs suitable for OC-768 apps
The 4330TA, 4332TA, and 5030TA transimpedance amplifiers from Inphi Corp. achieve transmission speed of 40Gbps and are suitable for integration into SONET OC-768 and SDH STM-256 optical receivers.
2004-06-16 Innovations are born out of the usual
By thinking out of the ordinary, Silicon Laboratories' Susanne Paul came up with one of the most significant RF innovations in a decade.
2013-09-12 Importance of SoCs in DAQ development
Learn about the role SoCs can play in the development of data acquisition systems.
2009-02-16 Implementing an LCD TV power supply with the NCP1392B, NCP1606 and NCP1351B
The following reference document describes a built and tested, GreenPoint solution for an LCD TV power supply.
2013-06-27 iC-Haus intros 12bit universal magnetic position encoder
The iC-MHL200, housed in a TSSOP20 package that includes a linear Hall sensor array, is an integrated system solution for linear and angular magnetic encoder applications.
2005-07-29 Huber+Suhner lightning protector is self-extinguishing
Huber+Suhner has launched SEMPER, claimed to be the world's first self extinguishing EMP protector.
2014-08-12 How to isolate SPI in high bandwidth sensor apps
Here is look at the Serial Peripheral Interface Bus, its constraints, and how to deal with those constraints in isolated systems using ADuM3150 in high bandwidth sensor applications.
2007-02-22 Hitachi, Renesas partner in 1.5V memory module
Hitachi and Renesas Technology Corp. have developed a 512Kbyte phase change memory module operating at a 1.5V power supply voltage, which achieves 416KBps high-speed write and read speeds with a 20ns access time.
2008-08-25 High-power WiMAX base stations fit multiGbit links
Axis Network has launched a family of MIMO Remote Radio Heads (RRHs) for OEM deployment of WiMAX networks globally. The RRHs present flexible multiGbit base station connections.
2009-02-11 Green tech to fuel IC innovation
Green technology will drive semiconductor innovations in and beyond silicon across a wide variety of applications, according to Rene Penning de Vries, chief technology officer of NXP Semiconductors.
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