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2008-09-15 Dual-axis accelerometers improve ESC systems
The dual-axis inertial sensors from Freescale Semiconductor aimed at electronic stability control systems are claimed to deliver more intelligence to automotive safety systems
2006-02-15 SEMI publishes 14 new semicon, FPD, MEMS technical standards
SEMI has published 14 new technical standards applicable to the semiconductor, flat panel display and MEMS manufacturing industries.
2002-11-15 Researchers seek MEMS analysis tools
In a technical session at ICCAD in San Jose, California researchers presented work on analysis techniques to deal with the unique structures of MEMS.
2014-01-23 Optimise CMOS for MEMS-based frequency control
CMEMS fabrication process can be used to fabricate both micro-electromechanical and CMOS electronic devices on a single die
2002-07-19 OMM, Lightwave create MEMS-based switching modules
OMM Inc. and Lightwave Microsystems Corp. have agreed to jointly create next-generation wavelength management and switching products based on MEMS and planar lightwave circuits.
2002-11-14 Growth in MEMS sensors market spurred by new apps
Growth of commercial MEMS-technology is driving the MEMS-based sensors market in North America, said Frost & Sullivan.
2012-10-04 Globalfoundries partners up with timing product specialist
Sand 9's micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS) timing devices provide an alternative with performance and quality improvements over legacy quartz crystal solutions.
2011-03-29 Analyst foresees 5 billion MEMS shipment in 2016
ABI Research forecasts strong growth in the MEMS market over the next five years as these devices are integrated into more consumer products.
2012-10-11 Sand 9 teams with IBM to produce MEMS timing products
Sand 9 has recently selected IBM to produce and assist in the customisation of the integrated circuit portion of its micro-electromechanical systems timing products.
2012-10-23 Wolfson unveils HD audio MEMS microphones
The WM7121 and the WM7132 MEMS microphones feature feature matching phase responses and matching sensitivity, making them suitable for stereo recording.
2011-07-21 TCNL fabs ferroelectric nanostructures on plastic
Georgia Tech researchers have developed a way to fabricate nanometer-scale ferroelectric structures directly on substrates.
2005-05-09 Shorten your design time
Goal Semiconductor unveiled a plug-and-play development and evaluation system for its quad, high-voltage, 9bit, serially configurable voltage/current digital-to-analog converter (DAC) with outputs of up to 200V.
2013-09-05 Sand 9's MEMS timing chips built for mobile apps
Sand 9's TM361 and TM061 are designed to meet the stringent performance, cost, size and reliability requirements of high-volume mobile applications such as 3G/4G cellular and GPS/GNSS.
2004-12-28 Quad DAC drives over 200V output
Goal Semiconductor's highly integrated D/A converter means compact system designs for high-voltage control apps.
2011-07-04 Pressure sensor controls navigation tech
The Freescale MPL3115A2 pressure sensor is designed to help users leverage advanced navigation capabilities and emerging location-based services.
2013-10-03 Origami-shaped antennas reconfigure through ambient energy
The technology will use principles from origami to create complex structures that can reconfigure themselves by unfolding, moving and even twisting in response to incoming electromagnetic signals.
2013-02-12 MEMS2015 pushes next level sensor, actuator dev't
The new development methods for MEMS are expected to substantially increase the opportunities for widespread use of MEMS in the professional and security-relevant segments.
2015-05-04 MEMS looks for its Moore's Law
MEMS provide an alternative route to scaling technology beyond Moore's Law that could have advantages in markets such as the Internet of Things.
2013-10-10 MEMS industry players eye smaller analytic instruments
Honeywell's recently unveiled a penny sized MEMS vacuum pump designed to enable military micro drones to detect chemical and biological agents.
2013-09-27 MEMS chips making waves across electronics sector
In the coming year, MEMS chips are poised to expand their reach into every electronics segment, from automotive to environmental to medical.
2013-05-07 Intel, Qualcomm push for MEMS integration standard
Intel, Qualcomm, MIG co-author the Standardised Sensor Performance Parameter Definitions to assist designers in integrating MEMS devices from different manufacturers.
2013-04-02 IME, UTAC team up for 2.5D TSI packaging solutions
United Test and Assembly Center will collaborate with A*STAR's IME to develop a 2.5D Through-Silicon-Interposer (TSI) platform for packaging solutions.
2013-12-26 Geomagnetic sensor geared for consumer apps
The RM3100 from PNI Sensor promises to deliver industrial-grade precision and reliability for applications requiring a high degree of orientation accuracy.
2004-09-03 Chip-scale atomic clock targeted at mobile apps
Researchers at the NIST are claiming a tiny atomic clock they have demonstrated could form the basis of significantly more precise timekeeping than achievable now.
2013-02-04 A*STAR, Petroleum Geo-Services join for MEMS sensors
Targeting oil and gas applications, the MEMS sensor is to be incorporated into a PGS commercial streamer system to acquire more precise seismic data during seismic survey.
2012-12-20 A*STAR offers 2.5D through-silicon-interposer MPW service
The service is aimed at providing a cost-effective platform to do research and development prototyping and proof-of-concept in 2.5D TSI technology.
2014-11-11 TSMC envisions the next big thing
The framework for "the next big thing," according to TSMC, is being cast at advanced foundries that offer one-stop shopping for fabless innovators who want to integrate MEMS sensors and actuators alongside CMOS circuitry on the same SoC.
2005-08-11 MEMS work uses polysilicon-germanium over CMOS
A gyroscope developed under a European Commission supported project, is intended to serve as a demonstrator of a combined MEMS sensor and signal conditioning circuit.
2005-10-03 Energy-harvesting chips: The quest for everlasting life
Research continues in developing higher energy-density batteries, but the amount of energy available is low and finite.
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