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2006-03-28 Siemens sells remaining 18% stake in Infineon
Siemens has sold its remaining 18 percent stake in Infineon Technologies for $1.4 billion in a placement managed by Goldman Sachs
2000-12-20 UltraCap capacitors: Charging characteristics and circuit design
This application note describes the charging characteristics and circuit design of Siemens Matsushita Components' UltraCap double-layer capacitors.
2000-12-20 TV in cinema format: SAW filters drive PALplus
This application note discusses the suitability of SAW filters in addressing the PALplus specifications, the enhanced version of the PAL standard for wide-screen formats, for frequency response and group delay in the IF stages of TV receivers and video recorders.
2000-12-04 Switchable SAW filter K6257K
This application note proposes a switching circuit with a test layout for the K6257K switchable SAW filter.
2000-12-20 SMD varistors poised for success
This application note describes the characteristics and behavior of Siemens Matsushita Components' families of SMD varistors, which include multilayer chips (CN type series, non-encapsulated) and thermoplast-encapsulated chips (CU type series).
2000-12-20 SIOV-CN multilayer varistors: Keeping ESD at bay
This application note discusses Siemens Matsushita Components' SIOV-CN series of metal oxide varistors, which satisfies all ESD protection requirements in various sensitive electronic circuits.
2000-12-20 SIOV arrester blocks for power distribution: Reliable protection with zinc oxide varistors
This application note presents the SIOV E32VR302 and E32VR602 zinc oxide varistors, which function as ESD protection devices and high-energy arrester blocks for protection of distribution lines, substations and other power applications.
2000-12-20 SAW filters for advanced pagers: Boom without end
This application note the advantages delivered by Siemens Matsushita Components' SAW filters, which offer high channel selectivity and compact design, in the propagation of worldwide pagers operating at various frequencies.
2000-12-04 Principles of SAWR-stabilized oscillators and transmitters
This application note describes the principles of SAW-stabilized oscillator design. It discusses two types of oscillators, which include single- and two-port resonator models.
2000-12-20 Preventing problems in parallel
This application note discusses the versatility and high reliability of parallel SIOV metal oxide varistors in diverting high-voltage spikes and current surges.
2000-12-04 Preamplifier桽AW filter section for a receiver in the ISM band @ 433.92MHz
This application note describes a preamplifier designed to simplify the matching of the antenna and the SAW filter, and increase system sensitivity. The preamp discussed in this note operates within the 433.92MHz ISM band.
2000-12-04 PCB layout recommendations for SAW filters in DIP18D package
This application note gives several guidelines in optimizing the PCB layout in the vicinity of a SAW filter to reduce crosstalk and other unwanted effects. A reference design of a PCB for a DIP18D SAW package is shown in this note.
2000-12-20 Modeling varistors with PSPICE: Simulation beats trial and error
This application note presents a simulation model for the PSPICE Design Center software so that standard SIOV varistors can be integrated into computer-aided design.
2000-12-20 Link circuit design with dry MKK capacitors
This application note presents some design procedures on component selection and scaling of self-healing, gas-impregnated MKK DC capacitors to allow users to work out optimum circuit designs right from the project planning stage.
2000-12-20 For optimum power factor correction: More power with PhaseCap
This application note discusses Siemens Matsushita Components' environment-friendly PhaseCap phase shifter capacitors designed for power factor correction in low-voltage switchgear applications.
2000-12-04 Filter cascade X6930
This application note evaluates the performance of two X6930M filters in a cascaded design, and presents an example circuit.
2000-12-20 Ferrite film innovates transformer design: An end to leakage
This application note describes Siemens Matsushita Components' unique ferrite polymer composite film, which are used to reduce the core losses and self-heating effects in power transformers and chokes.
2000-12-20 Dry MKK capacitors for modern rail traction
This application note discusses the characteristics and properties of gas-impregnated metalized film (MKK) dc capacitors that are suitable for use in rail traction.
2000-12-20 Cordless phones: No strings attached with SAW filters
This application note discusses the benefits provided by Siemens Matsushita Components' SAW filters in cordless telephone systems.
2000-12-20 Contactless, ferrite-based technology enhances automotive safety: Intelligent angular motion sensors
This application note describes a contactless, ferrite-based sensor system that addresses the automotive demands for high-resolution measurement of angular motion, redundancy in safety-critical applications and high reliability.
2000-12-04 Calculation of matching networks for SAW filters
This application note demonstrates the use of impedance values both of filter and chipsets in the calculation of matching networks possible.
2000-12-20 Black magic in the Gigahertz range: Double-aperture transformers for RF applications up to 2.5GHz
This application note discusses Siemens Matsushita Components' compact double-aperture transformers, which are designed for RF applications operating at a wide frequency range of 1MHz to 2.5GHz.
2012-08-01 Rohde & Schwarz reaches into EMC space
Rohde & Schwarz will take over the sales of anechoic chambers and shielded rooms from the Albatross Projects Group in the U.S. and Canada.
2002-10-16 Smart-phone vision slowly taking shape
Samsung's licensing of Series 60 software from Nokia may have a profound impact on the future of data-centric cellphones.
2004-08-04 Resurgent IT market drives International Rectifier's revenues
International Rectifier reported revenues of $298.6 million for the quarter ended June 30, up 8 percent from $275.4 million in the previous quarter and up 31 percent from the $228.4 million for the June quarter of last year.
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