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Sidense White Paper Discusses the Use of 1T-OTP Memory for Optimizing Sensor Performance    December 4, 2013

Sidense has released a white paper, "Optimizing Sensor Performance with 1T-OTP Trimming," discussing the advantages of using antifuse-based one-transistor, one-time programmable (1T-OTP) memory to trim sensors.More>>

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Single-Phase Power Analyzer Delivers Fast and Accurate Results   December 3, 2013

Claiming best-in-class accuracy, bandwidth, and the most complete feature set available, the PA1000 single-phase power analyzers from Tektronix feature a patent-pending Spiral Shunt design that enables accurate power measurements in the shortest possible time. More>>

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Hands-Free Light Source Eases Yoke Inspection   December 3, 2013

Spectronics’ EK-3000 EagleEye UV-A/white-light LED inspection kit is suitable for a number of apps, particularly magnetic-particle inspection. More>>

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Joint Initiative to Advance MEMS Technologies   November 27, 2013

The A*STAR Institute of Microelectronics, GLOBALFOUNDRIES Singapore, and the Masdar Institute of Science and Technology will develop inertial sensors, energy harvesters, nano-opto-mechanical sensors, and ultrasonic transducers.More>>

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Imec Integrates CCD and CMOS Technology   November 27, 2013

The prototype image sensor combines a light-sensitive, CCD-based TDI pixel array with peripheral CMOS electronics to deliver low-noise performance in the charge domain and fast, complex circuitry readouts.More>>

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Freescale Unveils High-Speed CAN Transceivers   November 26, 2013

The MC33901 and MC34901 chokeless physical layer transceivers feature ultra-low-quiescent current to address the stringent electromagnetic compatibility requirements of industrial and automotive applications without external noise filtering.More>>

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IoT to Reshape Information Technology   November 26, 2013

According to Frost & Sullivan, the Internet of Things will act as a pivotal catalyst for the information and communications industry in 2014.More>>

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NASA Deploys Ball’s GPM Microwave Imager   November 26, 2013

The multi-channel, conical-scanning, microwave radiometer will be used on the global precipitation measurement satellite to capture next-generation observations of rain and snow and monitor and forecast weather events such as droughts, floods, and hurricanes.More>>

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6-Mpixel CMOS Image Sensor Targets High Performance Apps   November 25, 2013

Truesense Imaging’s KAC-06040 6-Mpixel CMOS image sensor comfortably handles machine-vision, intelligent transportation system, and surveillance chores. More>>

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Precision Temperature Resets Accuracy Bar   November 25, 2013

Promising best-in-class accuracy, Fluke’s 1586A Super-DAQ temperature scanner provides up to 40 analog input channels and delivers scan rates to 10 channels per second. More>>











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