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Technical Features

 



 

 

Technical Features

August 2010
Novel robotics technologies rely on sufficient power semis
Figure 1: Detailed block diagram of service robots
People have been infatuated with controllable machines for a very long time. Today robots are in our immediate surroundings, leaning away from industry-based usage and shifting the focus toward becoming our everyday helpers. With the commercialization of robots, modern engineering designs stress how important
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08/31/2018
Charge pumps are often the best choice for powering a CAN-bus application that requires a combination of low-power, low-voltage operation and low cost. This article explains how to supply a high-speed CAN transceiver, via a charge pump, to achieve a 5V rail that is required for most transceivers to deliver
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08/16/2010
Digital Isolators
For more than four decades, optocouplers have been the "default" signal isolation device, but CMOS-based digital isolation technology has made available smaller, faster and more reliable solutions
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Date:
08/01/2010
Cool Running Autos
It has been forecast that by 2020 there will be upwards of 10 million passenger and light truck vehicles sold annually that are powered entirely or in part by electric motors. Starting with the leadership
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Date:
08/01/2010

Power Electronics in Electric & Hybrid Vehicles
Here follows a paper submitted by Yole Développement, a market research and strategy consulting company, specialised in the MEMS fields as well as compound semiconductors, power electronics and photovoltaic.
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08/01/2010
Shining Bright
In many high-power lighting applications such as street lights, high-bay stadium lighting and others, the trend is moving towards solid state lighting that uses LEDs as the lighting source. The reason
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08/01/2010
Automotive Air-Con Made Easy
In most automotive HVAC systems, a continuous inflow of fresh air is conditioned and brought into the cabin. Typically the driver can select whether the fresh air supply needs to be interrupted (recirculation)
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08/01/2010
Swifter, Higher, Stronger -
According to IMS Research the number of video capable automotive head units will grow from 8.5 Mu in 2006 to 26.6 Mu in 2015. In order to present the information to the driver with less distraction
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08/01/2010
Essential Multicell Monitoring
Rechargeable battery packs prematurely deteriorate in performance if any cells are allowed to over-discharge, for example, in hybrid automobiles or lower-cost products like portable tools and backup
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08/01/2010
Next Generation Automotive
With the recent upsurge in hybrid vehicle adoption and almost all major car OEMs now working on full electric vehicle projects, people often point out that this is old news. In many respects they
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Date:
08/01/2010
Drive with Infineon's EiceDRIVERs
In order to fulfil increasingly stringent requirements to improve fuel economy and to reduce emissions, the automotive industry is looking for innovative solutions. In the future, e-Mobility is expected
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Date:
08/01/2010
Current Sensing in HEVs
Consumers are embracing environmentally friendly "green cars" as a result of the rising cost of fossil fuels and a growing concern for the health of the environment. Sales forecasts have predicted
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Date:
08/01/2010
Integrated Driving
Its more than 10 years since the market introduction of Avago technologies first smart gate driver. At that time it was the world's first integrated IGBT gate driver optocoupler with inbuilt fault
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Date:
08/01/2010
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