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2016-04-18 Capacitive touch application: Automotive door handle
Cars are no exception to the growing popularity of capacitive touch in intuitive human-to-machine interfaces. In this article, we focus on this technology's application in the door handle domain
2014-11-20 Zytronic outs EMI-resilient capacitive touch controller
The ZXY110 boasts improvements in the speed, accuracy and EMI stability of self-service touchscreens, and supports Windows 7, Windows 8 and Linux OS.
2014-09-10 Touchscreen MCU with face detection: No more dropped calls
The Cypress TMA445A face detection feature prevents unintended touches from accidentally hanging up a call
2012-02-08 Touch controller boasts faster detection
The ZXY100 offers stronger through-glass performance, native Windows 7 support, including dual touch, to cover core gesture recognition functions, as well as faster touch detection
2007-07-09 ST touch sensors use ATLabs capacitive technology
STMicroelectronics unveils a new family of ultralow-power touch-sensor chips, following the signing of a technology-licensing agreement with the Korea's ATLab Inc.
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
2009-04-22 Setting up the MMA7660FC for orientation, shake, auto-wake/sleep and tap detection
The MMA7660FC is a 1.5 g 3-axis accelerometer with digital output (I?C). This MEMS sensor features a low pass filter, compensation for 0g offset. This application note describes how to set up the MMA7660FC registers for orientation, shake, auto-wake/sleep and tap detection
2013-09-24 Passive stylus for large capacitive touchscreens
Know the challenges for passive stylus developers to meet the performance requirements for using capacitive sensing technology on larger touchscreens
2010-03-30 MPR121 proximity detection
MPR121 is a feature-rich, second generation touch sensor controller after Freescale's initial release of the MPR03x series device.
2007-07-09 Mobile handset taps capacitive-touch sensing
While the capacitive sensor can be viewed as a drop-in replacement for handset buttons, this technology has more to offer than just being a stand-in for dome switches
2015-02-06 Improving wearables with capacitive sensing
Find out how the use of capacitive touch sensing technology enables improvement of the aesthetics and user interface of wearable electronic devices
2013-06-03 Improve power consumption in card detection system
Here's a solution for achieving the ultra-low power card detection operations
2010-03-24 Implementing a driven shield on STM8T and STM8TS capacitive sensors
The STM8T and STM8TS capacitive sensors open up a new dimension to capacitive sensing by detecting user's proximity up to 30cm
2005-03-15 First capacitive touch slider IC
Quantum Research Group released what it bills as the world's first capacitive touch slider IC
2013-01-14 Controllers boast low-power proximity detection
Cypress' CY8C20xx7/S CapSense and CapSense Plus controllers with QuietZone technology tout ultra-low power use, high SNR, high immunity to noise.
2005-11-07 Capacitive touch sensors feature low power consumption
Saelig Co. offers the new QT110 for charge-transfer capacitive touch-sensing switch applications
2007-06-25 Capacitive touch sensors enable smart user interfaces
STMicroelectronics launches the QST108, the first IC in a family of capacitive touch sense products that will enable contemporary and innovative user interfaces for many markets
2014-10-15 Capacitive touch controller improves gloved-finger tracking
Cypress' TrueTouch Gen5 touchscreen controller for smartphones and tablets touts improved passive stylus support, accurately capturing 1mm stylus input for handwriting and signatures.
2007-09-03 Capacitive touch chip manages power efficiently
Quantum Research Group has released a one-channel touch on/touch off sensor chip with integral power-management and safety functionality.
2011-12-22 Capacitive sensing for specific apps (Part 2
Read about the design flow and critical design issues including firmware, tuning, and production fine-tuning.
2012-01-23 Capacitive proximity detection paves way for vehicle convenience features
Read about the broad range of automotive comfort applications made possible by the implementation of capacitive proximity sensors
2011-09-05 Address issues in capacitive-touch interface design (Part 2
Here's a look at production tuning, one-time compensation, and dynamic compensation.
2011-09-01 Address issues in capacitive-touch interface design (Part 1
Know how to enhance hardware and software reliability of this increasingly popular user interface for consumer products.
2014-01-30 Utilise MSP430 Timer_D module in hi-res mode
Here's a look at the high-resolution feature of the Timer_D module introduced in MSP430F51x1 and MSP430F51x2.
2010-11-12 Touchscreen controllers with proximity sensing to 10cm
Semtech capacitive touchscreen controller ICs boast long-range sensing, small footprint, and support for array of sensor panels
2003-04-10 Silicon Labs low-cost modem targets STBs
The latest version of Silicon Laboratories Inc.'s ISOmodem family, the Si2401 two-chip set may find a sweet spot in STBs.
2012-07-26 Semtech launches SX9300 proximity sensor
SX9300 device delivers capacitive sensing with proximity feature and human body detection versus inert object discrimination.
2012-10-30 Semtech IR decoder enables high-resolution sensing
Semtech's SX95xx capacitive touch platform enhances ECO mode in home electronic devices and supports high resolution sensing
2010-04-12 S-Touch devices: system considerations
This application note discusses some of the system-level factors that can influence the touch detection of capacitive touch sensors.
2003-07-16 On-chip sensing stabilizes micromirror
For telecom systems' transition from 10Gbps to 40Gbps rates, signal paths using all-optical switches are becoming increasingly attractive.
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