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2007-03-14 High-res LCD panel targets digital signage apps
The new 46-inch LCD panel module from Sharp Microelectronics of the Americas delivers a contrast ration of 1800:1 targeting the digital signage market.
2004-12-16 Exec defies popular trend in TV production
Sharp's Machida opted to keep its advanced LCD manufacturing at home at a time when many Japanese manufacturers were going overseas.
2005-11-01 Enjoy comforts of HomePlug A/V
The home-entertainment landscape is evolving and changes are slowly demolishing the traditional 'entertainment center' model.
2005-08-08 Docomo seeking overseas suppliers
NTT Docomo Inc., the leading mobile phone operator in Japan, is looking for overseas handset suppliers for its FOMA 3G service, and is negotiating with Nokia as a potential supplier.
2002-07-18 DLP-based home theater projectors gain ground
Texas Instruments Inc. reports that in the first quarter of 2002, four of the five best-selling home theater projectors in the U.S. were based on DLP technology.
2000-03-20 Design considerations for a digital still camera
This paper describes the design considerations for digital still cameras.
1999-11-25 Description of Flash memories
This note describes boot block Flash memories, fast programming Flash memories, and dual work Flash memories.
2003-10-20 Current leakage tool could boost Transmeta's Efficeon
Transmeta Corp. has launched its second-generation x86-compatible notebook processor.
2002-05-02 Consortium formed to promote iVDR platform
Canon Inc., Fujitsu Ltd, Hitachi Ltd, Phoenix Technologies K.K., Pioneer Corp., SANYO Electric Co. Ltd, Sharp Corp., and Victor Co. of Japan Ltd have established the iVDR, Hard Disk Drive consortium, a group that will examine application formats and content protection security functions to further spread the use of the iVDR platform.
2003-02-18 Companies launch Blu-ray Disc rewritable licensing
The nine Blu-ray Disc founder companies have begun licensing the rewritable format of "Blu-ray Disc".
2015-07-08 CIGS thin film solar cells beat silicon efficiency
A European consortium claims to have an efficient alternative to silicon that achieves 25 per cent efficiency, rivalling silicon for a fraction of the cost of the cheap low-efficiency Chinese varieties.
2005-09-14 CCD camera modules deliver high resolution, image quality
Sharp disclosed that they have developed two new 3-megapixel CCD camera modules designed for camera-equipped mobile phones.
2006-09-25 August panel shipment saw sharpest monthly growth in 2006
The aggregated panel shipment last month reached 25 million units with a 15.8 percent increase, the sharpest monthly growth this year, according to LCD market research firm WitsView.
2005-04-12 Audio/video solutions highlighted in IIC-China 2005
Audio/video solutions have been a hot spot in the IIC-China 2005 exhibition, wherein high-end mobile phones were last year's product highlights.
2005-10-05 At CEATEC: Full shift to HDTV in evidence
The abundance of high-definition TVs at the CEATEC Japan show indicates that the industry is serious about the transition to HDTV digital broadcasting.
2004-03-04 ARM-based mobile processors hot in IIC-China
Engineers present at this year's IIC-China Conference noticed the significant number of ARM-based high-end mobile phone app processors being presented in different booths.
2004-10-28 Aftershocks from Japan earthquake keep fabs shut down
The strong earthquake that hit central Japan over the weekend has been followed by several strong aftershocks that have prevented several Japanese electronics manufacturers from resuming operations at plants located there.
2004-10-28 ADI SoftFone, TTPCom app software featured in TM150
Analog Devices Inc. (ADI) and TTPCom Ltd have disclosed that their wireless technologies power Sharp Corp.'s latest TM150 camera phone.
2013-02-04 4Kx2K TV market to reach 7M in 2016
NPD DisplaySearch said that Sony, LG, Samsung and Sharp are all moving forward to launch more 4Kx2K screen sizes and to mobilise production in larger volumes.
2010-10-15 3Sun PV venture names new chairman, CEO
PV panels joint venture appoints new leaders amid preparations for Catania project
2005-03-02 32-bit ARM9-based SoCs now available with OSE 5.0 OS
Sharp and Enea are cooperating to optimize BlueStreak SoC components, particularly for use in mobile terminal devices.
2005-10-27 3.5-inch TFT-LCD packs performance for next-gen mobile devices
Sharp Microelectronics rolled out a 3.5-inch QVGA TFT-LCD with an integrated touch screen for next-generation handheld apps.
2006-11-07 10-inch+ LCD Q3 revenues up 9%, reports DisplaySearch
Worldwide shipments of large-area (10-inch and larger) TFT LCD modules in Q3 rose 21 percent quarter-on-quarter and 29 percent year-on-year to 77.4 million units, said DisplaySearch.
2006-09-01 'Smallest' LAN module touts lowest power consumption
Sharp Corp. recently announced a LAN module for portable devices, said to be the smallest in its class and with the lowest electricity consumption.
2002-03-13 Trident encoder chip enables TV display of PC apps
The TVXPRESS TM II NTSC/PAL TV encoder chip is claimed to provide sharp text and graphics while substantially reducing dot crawl and color bleeding, and enables PC applications to be displayed on television.
2007-12-20 Tiny tuner picks up China's DTV terrestrial signals
A tiny TV tuner module that is compatible with China's Digital Television Terrestrial Broadcasting System Standard has been developed by Sharp Corp.
2007-06-18 Tiny module tunes in to One-Seg digital broadcast
Sharp Corp. unveils the VA3A5JZ912 tuner module for One-Seg terrestrial digital broadcast reception that features the industry's smallest package size and lowest power consumption
2008-03-04 TI shifts focus to medical, energy, safety apps
TI intends to go after the medical, energy and safety markets with a laser-sharp focus on low-power processing and advanced analog/mixed-signal building blocks.
2007-10-26 Thin mobile display approaches LCD TV image quality
Sharp's 0.68mm-thick LCD for mobile devices delivers superior image quality approaching that of an LCD TV.
2007-10-18 TFT LCDs fit small-format industrial, CE handhelds
The Type LS022Q8UX05 2.2-inch TFT LCD and the Type LQ025Q3DW02 2.5 inch-displays from Sharp Microelectronics are primarily aimed at the rapidly growing market for special handhelds.
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