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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.
2003-10-13 Protocom codec supports NTSC, PAL video formats
Protocom Technology Corp. has released its PR818 single chip MPEG-4 A/V codec that supports both NTSC and PAL video formats.
2011-11-24 Power transistors tout 20-80VCEO range
NXP's medium power transistors have collector current capability IC up to 2A and ICM up to 3A.
2006-06-09 Power meter ICs target cost-sensitive residential apps
Teridian has announced its second generation electricity metering technology for cost-sensitive residential applications.
2004-03-10 PMC-Sierra offers CLK products for MIPS-based MPUs
The steady increase of microprocessor performance has driven up operating frequencies in clock management products, causing a breakdown of conventional timing technology.
2008-04-16 PLX readies Gen 2 control plane switches
PLX Technology Inc. has introduced its next-generation family of PCIe switches targeting Gen 2 connectivity in high-performance control plane applications.
2015-07-14 PLC teardown: Allen-Bradley Micro850 for industrial apps
The PLC is symbolic of the high level of ruggedness configurability, isolation performance and ease of use that keeps PLCs strong in factory automation despite the encroachment of embedded computing.
2007-08-15 Plastics electronic technology center rises in UK
PETeC, a plastics electronic technology center in the UK, is expected to become a national prototyping facility, offering clean rooms and laboratories, as well as production and testing equipment which will be available on an open-access basis.
2007-03-06 Pioneer MP3 player resembles Nano
The overall PMP300 architecture bears a resemblance to one of today's most popular flash-based players, the Apple Nano.
2010-01-06 Piezoresistive MEMS pressure sensor is waterproof
A propriety thin-film process has enabled Alps Electric to develop what it claims to be the smallest waterproof piezoresistive pressure sensor.
2007-11-08 Physical sensors drive MEMS consumerization wave (Part 2)
ST's Benedetto Vigna notes that we are now living in the era of MEMS consumerization where mic, motion and pressure sensors are the main actors and he believes this trend will continue for the next five years.
2005-07-28 Philips unveils 'first USB, USB OTG carkit transceivers'
Philips released what it touts as the industry's first family of USB and USB On-the-Go carkit transceivers, offering manufacturers a simple and cost-effective way to connect mobile devices to a carkit via a USB interface.
2002-02-05 PEP system board integrates Kontron SBCs
Integrating one of two possible Kontron PICMG SBCs, the PxV414 provides a scalable 4U open-architecture system solution designed for industrial automation, telecommunications, security, and transport applications.
2011-02-09 PCB designers lay out FPGA challenges at DesignCon
By offering configurable pins, FPGAs pose a unique challenge to PCB designers, requiring them to optimize the FPGA design across multiple domains PCB, schematics and FPGA timing.
2013-08-14 Palomar opens Asia facility for demonstrations, training
The new facility supports more high-accuracy wire bond and die attach demonstrations on automated bonders, as well as contract manufacturing for complex hybrid applications.
2012-07-05 Paintable batteries offer potential form-factor solution
Researchers from Rice University develop method that can turn any surface into a lithium-ion battery that may be combined with solar cells.
2007-11-30 Organic transistors, memory market to grow to $22B
The organic transistor and memory market is up for growth, reaching $21.6 billion by 2015, reported NanoMarkets.
2011-04-21 Organic microprocessor on plastic foil
IMEC, Holst Centre, and the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven have developed the world's first organic microprocessor technology made in organic TFT.
2007-04-23 Open-frame DC/DCs offer floating dual outputs
With their floating design, the dual outputs of Ericsson Power Modules' new DC/DCs can also be configured in series, making them suitable for feeding a broad range of applications.
2007-05-11 Nonvolatile DCPs function from -40C to 125C
The new families of nonvolatile DCPs from Intersil Corp. provide precision measurement and a wide operating temperature range for applications designed to function from -40C to 125C.
2013-05-09 Next-Gen EVG120 supports coating, developing apps
The EVG120 resist processing system features a new robot with dual arms for fast wafer swapping and additional processing chambers, which result in enhanced throughput and overall productivity.
2009-08-26 New process rolls ultrathin inorganic LEDs
The LEDs can be assembled into large arrays, offering a new approach to lighting and display systems.
2005-10-10 New memory modules improve thermal management
With nearly 15 years experience in the stacked, high-capacity memory market, Staktek realized that it needed to come up with a process that would improve thermal and electrical issues. At the same time, it strived to sustain its manufacturing processes so that when other companies are manufacturing its devices, they don't have to invest a huge amount of capital equipment to license its technology.
2007-10-31 NEC supercomputer is 'world's fastest' at 839TFLOPS
NEC has launched SX-9, said to be the world's fastest vector supercomputer with a peak processing performance of 839TFLOPS.
2011-02-02 National, Rambus launch products with 20G+ capability
The demo of both National's prototype retimer chips and Rambus' multimodal memory interface is considered a major step toward overcoming today's speed, power and noise challenges in signal integrity.
2007-02-01 Multimedia codec has switchable speaker driver
Wolfson Microelectronics has announced the WM8991 audio codec featuring a dual mode, 1W speaker driver with the flexibility to switch between Class AB and Class D operation.
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.
2008-11-13 Miniature cable connector suits high-reliability apps
ERNI Electronics has released a single-row 1.27mm pitch MiniBridge cable to board connector system designed for high-current, high-reliability and space-saving products.
2007-11-20 Mini connectors in standard pitch handle high currents
ERNI has rolled out a new single-row cable connector system in the standard pitch of 2.54mm that offers a high current-carrying capacity.
2006-05-04 Micro coax connectors save board space, improve signal integrity
Micro coax connectors with a 0.40mm pitch from Molex Inc. offer increased board space savings and improved signal integrity for mobile devices.
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