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2002-12-12 TRW to develop solid-state laser for U.S. military
TRW Inc. has received a $21.3 million contract from the Air Force Research Laboratory to develop an electrically powered solid-state laser that puts out 25kW of laser beam power.
2002-03-19 TRW demonstrates advanced EUV light source
A TRW Inc. division said Thursday (March 14) that it and Sandia National Laboratories have conducted a lithography demonstration using a extreme ultraviolet light source.
2002-04-29 Tyco circuit protector works with modems, modules
Tyco Electronics has released a product from Raychem Circuit Protection that protects ADSL and MDF modems, as well as CO, customer premise and access network equipment.
2007-07-27 Continental wins bidding for Siemens car biz
Concluding a fierce bidding war with TRW, German automotive supplier Continental has finally bought Siemens VDO.
2009-09-15 Consortium drives DSI bus standard for cars
DENSO, Freescale and TRW have formed an industry consortium to drive the development and deployment of the Distributed Systems Interface (DSI) bus standard.
2004-09-15 Chip makers proposes standard for networking automotive
Analog Devices Inc., Autoliv Inc., Delphi Corp., Key Safety Systems, Philips, Special Devices Inc., TRW Automotive, as well as Bosch, Siemens VDO Automotive and Continental Temic (BST) have established the Safe-by-Wire Plus consortium to combine their experience and knowledge in defining a global standard for networking automotive occupant safety systems for the benefit of automotive manufacturers and consumers.
2006-12-01 Startup offers smart antennas on microstrips
Pinyon Technology is demonstrating a steerable smart-antenna technology that can be implemented in very small microstrips on FR4, or even on single chips.
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.
2008-09-12 Freescale revs up airbag tech with DSI chips
Freescale Semiconductor is addressing carmakers' need for enhancing passenger safety while still trimming cost with a next-generation safety bus interface devices designed to bring robust, high-speed communications for the growing number of collision sensors planned to be used in new vehicles.
2005-08-08 Electric power steering: one good turn deserves another
Current power steering systems are heavy and sap horsepower. All-electrical alternatives are lighter and more adaptable, as this expert demonstrates.
2003-06-16 Early history of the DSP chip
Digital signal processing (DSP) is a technology that has become pervasive in our society, but it did not become pervasive overnight. Here's a look at how DSP developed through the years.
2009-03-03 China's car electronics swerves to the slow lane
China's automotive electronics revenue in 2008 expanded by 11.7 percent, down 23 percentage points from the growth rate in 2007, according to iSuppli Corp.
2007-07-24 Bidding war for Siemens automotive biz erupts
Siemens is currently negotiating with several prospects as the bidding war for VDO, its automotive electronics segment, heats up.
2014-12-05 Autonomous driving leads path to billion-dollar market
According to Roland Berger Strategy Consultants, sensors, ECUs and software required to make cars drive autonomously will create an additional market volume of up to $60 billion by 2030.
2010-06-29 Automotive MEMS poised for 2010 rebound
The automotive MEMS sensor market is expected to rebound from a poor 2009 to grow 17.8 percent in 2010, according to market research firm iSuppli Corp.
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