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2007-06-11 Rotary encoders suit navigational knobs, joysticks
austriamicrosystems introduces the AS5046, a 12bit resolution magnetic rotary encoder offering rotation, tilt and vertical distance detection of a magnet placed above the IC.
2003-06-11 CMD CMOS multiplexer suits wireless handsets
California Micro Devices' CM2500-05QF CMOS device is claimed as the industry's first single-chip multiplexer solution for keypads and joysticks.
2005-06-23 APEM switch sealing boots have soft feel for easy gripping
APEM introduced two neoprene switch sealing boots, designed to be front panel mounted next to joysticks, and feature a soft feel for easy gripping, provide environmental protection to IP67.
2015-04-15 16bit magnetic sensor enables complex 3D sensor systems
The 30mm MLX90393 programmable magnetic sensor provides a platform for testing human machine interfaces and enables complex 3D sensing systems in joysticks or rotary knobs.
2002-08-07 Weltrend USB device controllers integrate four PWMs
The WT6561 and WT6561F USB device controllers from Weltrend Semiconductor Inc. integrate four PWMs - two more than similar competing devices.
2008-08-29 Using USB keyboard with an embedded host
This application note demonstrates how to develop a USB keyboard application that can run on the Explorer 16 demo board with a USB PICtail Plus daughter board using a Microchip USB On-The-Go MCU as the embedded host.
2012-01-03 Unraveling Sony Vita
In the significant sockets of Sony's Playstation Vita, you can find IBM, Toshiba, Qualcomm and Avago.
2003-07-28 Tactex granted another U.S. patent
Tactex Controls has announced a new patent issued by the U.S. Patent Office.
2006-08-23 Single-turn precision potentiometers offer 'lowest' profile
BI Technologies Electronic Components Division said its new single turn potentiometers are the lowest profile precision pots on the market.
2003-08-05 Sigma Designs MPEG chip powers VWB player
Sigma Designs has announced that its EM8475 digital media processor has been selected by Video Without Boundaries Inc. for its latest MediaReady 4000 Internet/DVD player.
2004-09-14 Sauer-Danfoss, TI partner on Plus 1 hardware modules
Sauer-Danfoss and TI have announced the availability of eight Plus 1 hardware modules based on TMS320F2810 and F2812 digital signal controllers.
2007-04-26 Rotary pot withstands harsh industrial environs
BI Tech said its Model P232 potentiometer is sealed to withstand harsh environments, allowing it to meet the stringent life requirements, particularly those in industrial applications.
2005-07-14 PSoC device with USB 2.0 SIE
Cypress' CY8C24794-24LFXI is the first PSoC device to integrate a USB 2.0 Serial Interface Engine, offering a sophisticated USB implementation with shorter design cycles
2005-07-12 Philips ARM-7 based MCU fully compliant to USB 2.0 standard
Royal Philips Electronics has launched what it believes is the industry's first fully-compliant USB 2.0 full speed ARM7 microcontroller.
2014-05-29 NXP board turns audio jack into plug-and-play interface
The audio jack platform adapts the standard 3.5mm jack to control external devices, as well as support application development. It is based on a 32bit MCU, and uses Manchester coding to achieve communication between the smartphone and MCU.
2011-04-15 New API standard in the works for advanced input devices
The new standard will support a general-purpose framework for handling advanced sensors and traditional input devices.
2010-10-11 Navigation button incorporates fingerprint authentication
AuthenTec adds fingerprint sensor to navigation button for smartphones
2012-02-27 Mobile devices to boost MEMS market
Accelerometers, gyroscopes and other MEMS devices are seen to generate more than $6 billion in mobile revenues by 2016.
2009-09-07 Memsic, game developers push motion-based UI
Memsic has collaborated with game developers to bring a new level of motion-game integration to cellphones. Manufacturers
2008-04-04 MEMS market to hit $9.7B in 2012
IC insights forecasts that worldwide sales of MEMS-based semiconductor sensors and actuators are expected to increase at a CAGR of 19 percent between 2007 and 2012, reaching $9.7 billion in five years compared to $4.1 billion in 2007.
2010-05-10 Medical implants embrace accelerometers
Medtronic has started clinical trials in the United States for an implant that uses an accelerometer to fine tune how it delivers electrical stimulation to nerves in the spinal to reduce chronic pain.
2007-02-19 Low-cost PS2 controller matches Sony's version sans the cord
The Game Elements GGE609U PS2 controller from Philips, available for about $22 to $25, matches up in price and function with Sony's own wired controller but dispenses with the cord.
2004-03-19 ITT switch provides excellent tactile feedback
The QSA series of switches from ITT Ind., Cannon were developed as a convenient control switch for products with low current demands of 1mA to 50mA.
2003-12-30 ITT releases miniature Trackball switch
ITT Ind., Cannon has launched what it claims as the industry?s first miniature Trackball 360 scanning and select switch.
2013-10-31 HP touts universal memory for next-gen computing
HP CTO Martin Fink talked about the long-term future of computing in his keynote speech at the ARM TechCon.
2009-02-27 How the portable gaming industry matured (Part 1)
Remember the days of Game & Watch and Game Boy? Here's a look at how the portable gaming industry has advanced in 20-odd years.
2008-01-23 GUI MCU supports 'smart' control panel apps
Atmel has released the AT91SAM9RL64 MCU with high throughput and OS support to implement "smart" control panel applications that offers a robust interface to system control functions.
2002-01-08 Chipcon RF transceiver supports 76.8Kbps data rates
The CC1000 very low-power CMOS RF transceiver has been upgraded and qualified to support data rates up to 76.8Kbps.
2008-03-11 AVR MCUs combine USB controller, analog features
Atmel has announced new AVR MCUs that combine USB controller and high-performance analog features.
2007-03-21 AVR flash MCUs roll for high-volume USB apps
Expanding its family of AVR MCUs, Atmel has launched two new devices for high-volume USB applications ranging from HID to wireless adaptors.
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