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2008-01-28 TDK debuts automotive clamp filter
TDK Corp. has developed what it claims as the industry's first automotive clamp filter, the ZCAT08V-BK, ZCAT12V-BK
2007-08-20 Omron opens automotive subsidiary in India
Omron has announced the establishment of a new automotive electronics sales and production subsidiary in Haryana, India
2005-05-25 Omron builds automotive components production plant in Guangzhou
Omron Corp. has established a new automotive electronic components manufacturing company, Omron (Guangzhou) Automotive Electronics Co. Ltd in Guangzhou, China.
2006-11-23 AMI adds automotive-grade flash in 0.35?m SoCs
AMI Semiconductor has launched automotive-grade embedded flash memory for its 0.35?m Smart Power high-voltage mixed-signal SoC process technology
2010-11-05 A*STAR funds new automotive projects
The Singapore consortium welcomes eight new members to research car communications and safety; connected car and infotainment; precision engineering and materials; electronics; and electric vehicles.
2005-06-10 Xilinx extends position with ISO/TS 16949 automotive certification
Xilinx Inc. has achieved certification for Automotive Industry Quality Standard ISO/TS 16949
2015-04-06 Using ISO26262 compliant MEMS for automotive apps
Engineers developing safety functions using MEMS will need to make sure that their designs comply with the ISO26262 standard.
2002-01-23 Toshiba 32-bit processor targeted at automotive displays
The TMPR3916F 32-bit MIPS-based microprocessor integrates a dedicated graphics display controller, memory controller and CAN modules to enable compact, system solutions with improved graphics performance.
2005-02-22 Tai-Shing automotive relays rated at 80A
Tai-Shing Electronic Components released its TR93 and TR94 automotive relays that are available in 1-Form-A, 1-Form-C or 1-Form-D configurations.
2011-06-23 Single-chip MCU targets automotive apps
Freescale Semiconductor introduces the S12VR64, a single-chip, mixed-signal MCU designed for use in DC motors for automotive window lift and sunroof applications
2008-07-04 Power Architecture MCUs gear up for automotive
Freescale Semiconductor has expanded its portfolio of Power Architecture MCUs to address a broad range of cost-sensitive automotive applications requiring 32bit performance
2006-12-01 MicroSpreader cools electronic devices
Celsia Technologies claims that its MicroSpreader products can drain 10 to 20 times more heat out of a design than competing approaches.
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
2002-08-08 Matsushita capacitors suit automotive apps
The XC series of screw terminal aluminum electrolytic capacitors lasts 5,000h and features a ripple current of up to 17Arms, making it suitable for use in 42V automotive systems
2007-04-03 LDO cuts power draw in automotive ECUs
Rohm has announced the development of a high-reliability, 50V/500mA LDO regulator IC suitable for use with MCUs and memory in automotive ECUs
2009-08-20 GPS receiver tailored for automotive apps
Vincotech has extended its portfolio of GPS receiver modules by a variant specifically designed and manufactured to address requirements in the automotive industry
2007-10-16 FPGAs gear up for new automotive applications
Actel Corp., in a bid to compete with its larger competitors, is pioneering new markets for FPGAs in automobiles, including design slots in control systems that can work in hybrids, electric vehicles or fuel cell-powered cars.
2007-05-14 Designing high-performance automotive electronics
The current growth rate of body electronic systems is outpacing vehicle production by a factor of four to one
2008-07-24 Demand for low-cost cars fuels new automotive designs
Strategy Analytics forecasts that competition in the low-cost cars market will force automotive OEMs to develop new design philosophies
2004-11-05 Cypress qualifies PSoC mixed-signal array for automotive apps
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. announced that its CY8C24xxx and CY8C27xxx families of Programmable System-on-Chip (PSoC) mixed-signal arrays have met the standards of the Automotive Electronics Council (AEC) for automotive applications operating up to 125C. AEC is composed of automotive manufacturers
2004-01-01 Consumer electronic HDD opportunities abound in Asia
Looking ahead to 2004, a number of factors are coming into play that suggests a better turn for HDDs in Asia, says Hitachi Global Storage Tech's Pete Andreyev.
2007-03-05 Components take floor at 12th IIC-China
With more than 200 exhibitors spreading an array of leading-edge technologies in over 900 booths, the 12th International IC China Conference and Exhibition (IIC-China) is clearly China's largest IC event.
2007-04-16 Boost automotive electric motor control with DSCs
The digital signal controller (DSC) is an ideal embedded control processor option for emerging BLDC-based applications. It is important that systems developers invest in a DSC architecture that is well suited to address the challenges of their particular applications.
2010-03-18 Automotive, CE dip dragged MEMS market in '09
The MEMS chips market dipped 5 percent in 2009 according to Yole Developpement, which blamed the recession in automotive and consumer markets
2008-07-29 Automotive MCU driver is AUTOSAR 2.1-compatible
Fujitsu Microelectronics Ltd has released a new driver for its MB91460 series of high-performance 32bit automotive MCU, jointly developed with Elektrobit Corp. (EB) and compatible with Release 2.1 of AUTOSAR
2006-12-15 16Kbit FRAM meets stringent automotive benchmarks
Ramtron's 16Kbit, 5V, SPI FRAM memory device has been qualified to AEC-Q100 standards.
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.
2008-02-08 Tiny 40A automotive relay switches heavy loads
Said to be the industry's smallest, Fujitsu's 40A, high-temperature-grade automotive PCB relay is capable of switching heavy loads such as for power outlets, fan motors, electronic power steering and starters
2011-10-31 Thermal cutoff designed for automotive apps
The RTP200R060SA device offers high-voltage capacity at 32VDC and high-current DC-interrupt ratings of 200A at 16VDC.
2008-04-16 The redefinition of automotive HMI
Human machine interfaces (HMIs) traditionally consist of multiple systems which allow drivers to interact with their vehicle. In today's automotive designs, the HMI also displays any feedback from the vehicle to the driver
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