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Rectangular 4:3 field of illumination of new ams OSRAM IR LEDs cuts cost and raises performance of cabin monitoring systems

ams OSRAM, a global leader in optical solutions, today introduced the first members of the OSLON® Black family of infrared (IR) LEDs with a rectangular beam that matches the 4:3 aspect ratio of the wide-angle cameras in cabin monitoring systems.

XILINX News

Xilinx: AMD Zynq UltraScale+ Achieves New Milestone

Functional safety is an essential requirement for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), automated driving (AD), including Surround View/APA systems, and sensor hubs that include forward camera, LiDAR and radar. Many customer products have varying safety requirements that must be met before being deployed.

Continental News

High-Tech Mega Factory For Display Solutions: Continental Takes Manufacturing To a New Level

Continental is expanding its Romanian site in Timisoara into a new dimension: The expansion of the plant is the third since its opening in 2006. After a construction time of less than a year the expanded mega factory was opened in November and will produce e.g. innovative User Experience solutions such as displays at the enlarged site.

Tracopower News

Traco Power's DC/DC converters for e-mobility

It is safe to say we are all feeling the wave of demand for electric vehicles, charging stations, and the required support infrastructure which are becoming ever more powerful, faster, and more compact.

ONSEMI News

onsemi Launches MOSFETs With Innovative Top-Cool Packaging

Onsemi, a leader in intelligent power and sensing technologies, today announced a series of new MOSFET devices that feature innovative top-side cooling to assist designers in challenging automotive applications, especially within motor control and DC/DC conversion.

Rohde & Schwarz

New R&S NRP90S(N) power sensors for RF power measurements up to a ground-breaking 90 GHz

Rohde & Schwarz, the only supplier of fast diode sensors for power measurements up to 67 GHz, is increasing the maximum measurable frequency of diode power sensors to 90 GHz; higher than any other diode sensor currently available. The diode technology enables extremely fast and accurate power measurements with the highest sensitivity from a compact and light-weight portable instrument. High speed power measurements are now possible for all frequencies above 67 GHz in 5G, automotive radar and satellite communications applications including the entire E band.


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