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  • ZMDI - Featured on the “World’s Greatest” TV Program- ION Network

    Posted Dec 18, 2014 By ZMDI
    Zentrum Mikroelektronik Dresden AG (ZMDI) has been chosen by the renowned "World's Greatest!…" television program in recognition to the company's continued positive impact in the filed of semiconductor. "World's Greatest!…" is known for its dedication in introducing to its viewers the companies that made great impact in different fields and industries.
  • Honeywell’s TruStability Platform Offers Millions of Sensor Variations

    Posted Dec 18, 2014 By EEWeb
    For decades, Honeywell Sensing & Control has been providing tens of thousands of sensors and switches to a diverse customer base. As technology has advanced over the years, product lifecycles have become ever shrinking, which has put a considerable strain on the design engineer. As a result, many design teams have settled for off-the-shelf components to save time in the crucial product...
  • Basic Trace Functions of Spectrum Analyzer

    Posted Dec 18, 2014 By RIGOL Technologies
    This video shows how to use the available trace functions in RIGOL's series of Spectrum Analyzers. In this experiment, the DG4000 arbitrary waveform generator is used to produce the signal that will be processed later by the DSA815. The basic types on the Trace menu are explored, as well as the traces using the math function. Techniques to reduce the influence of noise and other random signals...
  • ADAS Solutions: Surround Monitoring System

    Posted Dec 18, 2014 By Renesas
    This article presents the Renesas’ Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) solutions designed to enable safer cars and driving via surround-monitoring capabilities. The article describes the advancement towards collision free-cars, the progression of ADAS capabilities, the key effective ADAS designs, the ready-to-use hardware/software surround-monitoring solution, and the future of ADAS...
  • How to Connect NAND Flash Memory to an EP93xx

    Posted Dec 18, 2014 By Cirrus Logic
    This application note presents the ways on how to connect NAND flash memory to an EP93xx. It describes the implementation using GPIO interrupt for EP93xx and the implementation using GPIO for EP931x.
  • Non-contacting Programmable Position Sensors

    Posted Dec 18, 2014 By Digi-Key
    In this video, Reid Landsrud, Technical Support Specialist, discusses Bourns Inc. Non-Contacting Analog Rotary Position Sensor. These position sensors feature a programmable magnetic technology that attributes to their high resistance in shock and vibration and in dust and moisture ingress.
  • Printed Circuit Board (PCB) Configurable Logic Function

    Posted Dec 18, 2014 By NXP
    This document is a leaflet of NXP dual PCB configurable logic device that covers its key features, benefits, applications, block diagram, and available functions and packages. The NXP dual PCB configurable device is a multi-gate, multi-function logic device with two configurable gates that can each be individually configured with the PCB layout into one of seven unique functions.
  • White Paper Analyzes Infotainment Power Demands

    Posted Dec 17, 2014 By Maxim
    Maxim Integrated Products, Inc. (NASDAQ: MXIM) has recently published the white paper, "Meeting Infotainment Power Demands," which analyzes power demands for electronic radio head units, the central part of a vehicle's user console and instrument cluster.

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  • ZMDI - Featured on the “World’s Greatest” TV Program- ION Network

    Posted Dec 18, 2014 By ZMDI
    Zentrum Mikroelektronik Dresden AG (ZMDI) has been chosen...
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  • Basic Trace Functions of Spectrum Analyzer

    Posted Dec 18, 2014 By RIGOL Technologies
    This video shows how to use the available trace functions in RIGOL's series of Spectrum Analyzers. In this...
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  • ADAS Solutions: Surround Monitoring System

    Posted Dec 18, 2014 By Renesas
    This article presents the Renesas’ Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) solutions designed to enable safer cars and driving via surround-monitoring capabilities. The article describes the...
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  • How to Connect NAND Flash Memory to an EP93xx

    Posted Dec 18, 2014 By Cirrus Logic
    This application note presents the ways on how to connect NAND flash memory to an EP93xx. It describes the implementation using GPIO interrupt for EP93xx and the implementation using GPIO for...
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  • Non-contacting Programmable Position Sensors

    Posted Dec 18, 2014 By Digi-Key
    In this video, Reid Landsrud, Technical Support...
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  • Printed Circuit Board (PCB) Configurable Logic Function

    Posted Dec 18, 2014 By NXP
    This document is a leaflet of NXP dual PCB configurable logic device that covers its key features, benefits, applications, block diagram, and available functions and packages. The NXP dual PCB...
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  • BCM PFC Controller for 200 W Lighting System

    Posted Dec 17, 2014 By Fairchild Semiconductor
    This document is a LED application design guide for the users to come up with a Boundary-Conduction-Mode (BCM) Power-Factor-Correction (PFC) converter for 200 W lighting system using...
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  • Class B Safety Software Library for 8-bit PIC16 PIC® MCUs

    Posted Dec 17, 2014 By Microchip
    This technical article discusses about Class B Safety Software Library routines that detect the occurrences of Faults in a single channel microcontroller. These routines are based on...
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  • Passives Aren’t Really So Passive

    Posted Dec 17, 2014 By Maxim
    A capacitor is widely known as a passive device which stores energy in an electric field. It is used in electronic circuits to block direct current and allow alternating current to...
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  • Chopper-Stabilized Amplifiers with Track-and-Hold Demodulator

    Posted Dec 17, 2014 By Allegro MicroSystems
    This article discusses about using a track-and-hold signal demodulator in a chopper-stabilized amplifier instead of the conventional signal demodulator. With this set-up together with averaging...
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