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2006-11-06 Touch sensor chips detect finger through 50mm panels
Quantum Research Group has announced new touch sensor chips that can sense the touch of a finger through panels 50mm or more in thickness when used with a scanned X-Y passive matrix.
2011-08-12 Haptic controller chips offer low latency
HiWave Technologies' HIHS9002 is a haptics controller integrated circuit designed for use with the company's haptic exciters to deliver real-time touch feedback.
2007-07-09 ST touch sensors use ATLabs capacitive technology
STMicroelectronics unveils a new family of ultralow-power touch-sensor chips, following the signing of a technology-licensing agreement with the Korea's ATLab Inc.
2007-09-03 Accelerometer slims down for consumer sensors
By slimming down its MEMS accelerometer and adding smart-recognition functions, Freescale Semiconductor Inc. hopes to win design slots in a range of consumer gear.
2008-09-10 Tiny switches respond to security cards' risks
Peratech has developed switches made from an ultrathin pressure sensitive material, which the company claims can overcome the risks of "contactless skimming" in security cards.
2014-10-29 Test system aimed at next-gen display driver ICs
The T6391 from Advantest can handle I/O pin frequencies up to 1.6Gb/s, allowing it to test DDIs that use mobile industry process interface (MIPI), the standard protocol for mobile electronics.
2007-06-15 Slim accelerometer eyes consumer sensor designs
By slimming down the MEMS chip to just 0.8mm and adding smart recognition functions, Freescale hopes its slim accelerometer wins design slots in a range of consumer gear.
2014-03-14 MediaTek aims to overtake NFC dominance with Hotknot
Considered a poor man's NFC, Mediatek's Hotknot is targeted for China's smartphones, which are mostly NFC-free.
2011-02-10 MCU features touch key functions
Renesas has unveiled the R8C/3NT Group of MCUs that feature a small package, built-in flash memory and touch key functions.
2011-02-10 Atmel launches single-chip touch-screen controllers
Atmel's newly released single-chip capacitive touch-screen controllers are the first in the industry to allow consumers to use a 2mm passive conductive stylus while supporting multitouch.
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