Tim Bixler from Global Lighting Technologies discusses the company's backlighting solutions from the show floor of the 2010 Society for Information Display (SID) Conference.
Yasuhiro Okada from NEC LCD Technologies goes over the company's Instant Touch Panel at the 2010 Society for Information Display Conference.
Bill Abbott from Endicott Research Group (ERG) discusses the company's LED driver offerings.
Voluntary recall of all manufactured lots has been initiated as a precautionary measure due to instances of particulate matter observed in a limited number of vials during routine stability testing.
The combination of a new kind of optical structure with high-performance LEDs enables completely new compact and brilliant lighting and projection systems.
Robert Dunhouse from Renesas talks about the company's "super reflective natural light technologies" at the 2010 Society for Information Display Conference.
Dave Hagan from Sharp Microelectronics talks about the company's LCD technology, comparing transflective backlit LED displays to transmissive on the showfloor of the 2010 Society for Information Display Conference.
3M Touch Systems, Inc. announced the availability of the 3M Multi-Touch Display M2256PW. With its fast, 20-plus finger multi-touch input and a high-definition, wide viewing-angle LCD, the M2256PW display is presented as
JDSU announced that it has created new frameless display panels using a combination of its low-reflection optical coating technology and custom display manufacturing processes. The result are
Revised labeling to include cases of severe liver injury.
Fujitsu Components America, Inc., purportedly the first manufacturer to obtain Windows 7 logo certification for a resistive multi-input touch panel, is marketing those touch panels in North America. Using Fujitsu’s proprietary technology, the resistive multi-input panels can
Possible increased risk of fractures of the hip, wrist, and spine.
AVX Corporation expanded its miniature TransGuard 0201 Series multilayer varistor (MLV) to include 125 pF and 150 pF versions. The series now provides a
MicroPower Direct announced the A1200RU series, a family of high performance 12W DC/DC converters packaged in a compact 24 pin DIP package. Standard features include
Future Technology Devices International Limited (FTDI) announced the availability of its DB9-USB-RS232 range of modules, designed to replace a DB9-based RS-232 connector, on an existing board design, with a USB 2.0 connector interface. The modules feature
NDK announced the availability of its COTS line-up of Crystals, TCXOs, VCXOs, SAW devices and FCXO modules. The product offerings are suited for high reliability, demanding environments like defense communications, aerospace, down hole, and maritime applications. The crystals are
Maxim Integrated Products’ MAX2136, a digital terrestrial television tuner for ISDB-T and DVB-T applications combines low power consumption with desirable performance, the device achieves a low noise figure of
Risk of overdosage or suicide for patients who are addiction-prone, taking tranquilizers or antidepressant drugs.
Microchip Technology announced from the SID Display Week show in Seattle the availability of mTouch Projected Capacitive Touch-Screen Sensing Technology.
An iPhone application from Agilent calculates the errors in microwave measurements, includes a directivity error calculator, mismatch error limit calculator, and ratio to dB calculator.
National Semiconductor Corp. introduced what is said to be the industry’s fastest 12-bit analog-to-digital converter (ADC). At 3.6 GSPS, the ADC12D1800 is asserted to be 3.6 times faster than any other available 12-bit device. According to the company, the
Alpha & Omega Semiconductor, Inc. (AOS) expanded its EZBoost family with their first white LED backlight driver, the AOZ1950. The AOZ1950 is designed and optimized for providing backlighting solutions for the latest portable devices using medium-sized LCD panels such as
The JLC series of high-Q variable coils from Johanson Manufacturing offers a wide tuning range of 30 nH to 133 nH and self-resonant frequencies of 700 MHz to 1500 MHz, which make them appropriate tuning devices for many RF applications. These coils also feature
Cree announced what it asserts are the industry's first commercially available Z-Rec 1700-V Junction Barrier Schottky (JBS) diode products. Leveraging silicon carbide's unique characteristics to virtually
The “future” dismounted soldier sector is increasingly using advanced technology to equip its infantry, and sophisticated command, control, communications, computer and intelligence (C41) systems are being deployed that require increasingly sophisticated interconnection.