Development of Next Generation Navigation System Based on Vehicle to Infrastructure Communication Technology by TOYOTA

July 5, 2011 · Filed Under Trendy Products · Comments Off on Development of Next Generation Navigation System Based on Vehicle to Infrastructure Communication Technology by TOYOTA 

Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) has announced the development of new on-board navigation system supporting the vehicle-infrastructure corporative Driving Safety Support System (DSSS) which is planned to be launched by the Japanese National Police Agency in Japan in July. The new navigation system developed by TMC is based on company’s Integrated Safety Management Concept. Read more

Development of Compact Resistive Rotary Sensor for Robotic and other Commercial applications

June 27, 2011 · Filed Under Trendy Products · Comments Off on Development of Compact Resistive Rotary Sensor for Robotic and other Commercial applications 

Sensors are widely used due to their accurate detection of mechanism movement and high durability for withstanding repetitive movements and vibrations. Sensors are usually of magnetic and optical non-contact types as well as resistive contact types. Resistive sensors are popular and widely used due to easy output processing and mounting, low susceptibility to the effects of external noise, plus the convenience of not requiring returning to original position since position can be detected as soon as power is turned ON. Based on this technology ALPS Electric has developed a compact resistive-type sensor with excellent durability of 100 million dither cycles, or 10 million full cycles. Read more

Development of New Sensor Node Technology capable of Battery-less Data Transmission to Mobile Devices

June 24, 2011 · Filed Under Green Tech, Trendy Products · Comments Off on Development of New Sensor Node Technology capable of Battery-less Data Transmission to Mobile Devices 

Data transmission on commonly available wireless equipment such as Bluetooth or wireless LAN devices is taking care of by sensor node, data such as physical information on temperature, humidity, or stress or personal ID information and statistical type of information which needs to be read by a Bluetooth or wireless LAN transmitter, which are incorporated into the sensor node. This operation needs as much as several tens of mW at a peak power consumption for the sensor node, requiring sensor node to run on a battery which requires periodic maintenance for battery replacement, not to mention an increase in overall size of sensor node. The size and need for maintenance impose limitation on the locations, where the sensor node can be installed. To overcome these technical difficulties, Renesas Electronics has developed a new sensor node technology that enables battery-less operation while making it possible to build a system comprised of commonly used wireless communication devices. Read more

Development of Industry’s Lowest Power consumption Remote Radio Head for LTE Base Station

June 23, 2011 · Filed Under Trendy Products · Comments Off on Development of Industry’s Lowest Power consumption Remote Radio Head for LTE Base Station 

Sumitomo Electric has unveiled ground breaking super low power consumption remote radio head (RRH) for use in Long Term Evolution (LTE) base station. The new RRH has achieved a wireless output power of 80 W at 2.1 GHz at a low power consumption of less than 270 W, industry’s highest class efficiency. Read more

Development of Noise Reduction technology Capable of Reducing Jitter in Radio Frequency and Cutting Phase Noise by up to 90 Percent for Wireless Communication

June 22, 2011 · Filed Under Trendy Products · Comments Off on Development of Noise Reduction technology Capable of Reducing Jitter in Radio Frequency and Cutting Phase Noise by up to 90 Percent for Wireless Communication 

With a shift from phase locked loops (PLL) in mobile communication LSI chips to all digital, time-to-digital converters (TDC) for reducing circuit size, the manufacturer our faced with increases in phase noise, a degrading displacement in the pulse of a radio frequency signal, all due to large delay in the TDC’s inverter circuits. Cutting phase noise is a must for high speed communication standards, such as WiMAX, that require highly accurate signals. Read more

Development of World’s First 2-gigabit DRAM based on High-K Metal Gate Technology

June 22, 2011 · Filed Under Green Tech, Trendy Products · 1 Comment 

Elpida Memory has announced the development of industry’s first DRAM based on high-k metal gate (HKMG) technology. The new DRAM is a 2-gigabit DDR2 Mobile RAM (LPDDR2) at the 40nm-class. HKMG is a technology that was developed to reduce current leakage and improving transistor performance. The technology uses insulator film with a high dielectric constant in the transistor gate. In addition to this, metal gate electrodes which are required in high-k dielectric process are used. Read more

Development of Coreless Organic Substrate for Enhanced Electrical Performance

June 22, 2011 · Filed Under Green Tech, Trendy Products · Comments Off on Development of Coreless Organic Substrate for Enhanced Electrical Performance 

Shinko Electrical Industries has announced the volume production of coreless substrate DLL3®, providing design flexibility, enhanced electrical performance at a thinner format. The DLL3s are manufactured by alternately forming insulator layers and copper plated circuit layers (build-up layers) simultaneously on both sides of core layer that is made of resin and glass cloth. Each insulator layer has laser formed micro vias to electrically connect the copper circuit layers on each side of the insulator layer. Read more

Development of Power Modules for Electric and Hybrid Vehicle applications

June 21, 2011 · Filed Under Green Tech, Trendy Products · 1 Comment 

Mitsubishi Electric has developed a new intelligent power module (IPM) as well as transfer power module (T-PM) for electric and hybrid vehicle applications. The new IPM comes with optimized IGBT drive and protection circuit with built-in photo-couplers for customer’s interface isolation. In addition to this, the new IPM has vibration resistant connectors for reliable interface. On-chip temperature sensor on the new IPM ensures an accurate analog output, while analog power-supply voltage output function on the new IPM monitors inverter DC-Link voltage (optional). Read more

Development of waste Water Treatment System Based on Advanced Oxidation Process

June 20, 2011 · Filed Under Clean Tech · Comments Off on Development of waste Water Treatment System Based on Advanced Oxidation Process 

Teijin has announced the development of wastewater treatment system based on HiPOx® advanced oxidation process capable of decomposing 1,4-dioxane, a highly persistent organic solvent, which is considered by World Health Organization’s International Agency to be possibly carcinogenic. Read more

Development of Super Compact, Low-Power Consuming Sensor by NEC

June 15, 2011 · Filed Under Trendy Products · 1 Comment 

NEC recently has released a prototype of a compact camera-style sensor that uses face recognition technologies that can be mounted on such equipments as vending machine, POS terminals and ATMs to estimate age and gender of individuals for enhanced marketing strategies. Currently only some of the vending machines are equipped with similar systems capable of estimating and collecting age and gender information simply due to the fact that processing such data is complicated and it requires high-performance computing. Read more

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