ON Semiconductor, driving energy efficient innovations, has announced the latest additions to its portfolio of Interline Transfer Electron Multiplying CCD (IT‑EMCCD) image sensors that target extreme low-light applications such as medical and scientific imaging, as well as commercial and military applications for high-end surveillance. The new KAE-08152 shares the same 8.8 megapixel resolution and 4/3 optical format as […]
This webinar was presented live on Tuesday, December 5, 2017. Click below to watch on demand. How do you determine the best solution for your end-application design and then how do you determine the most efficient wired or wireless connectivity option to use with it? Flexibility is key. This webinar will discuss the […]
Tuesday, November 28, 2017 2:00pm EST / 11:00am PST As automotive technologies advance, so do the number and complexity of electronically controlled “safety critical” functions inside of a car. Automotive imaging and viewing applications become critical to designs for next generation vehicles to enable new technologies and new solutions and to ensure rigorous […]
ON Semiconductor is expanding its portfolio of Interline Transfer Electron Multiplication CCD (IT-EMCCD) image sensors with new options that target not only low-light industrial applications such as medical and scientific imaging, but also commercial and military applications for high-end surveillance. The new 4 megapixel KAE-04471 uses larger 7.4 micron pixels than those found in existing […]
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ON Semiconductor has unveiled AR0521 CMOS image sensor – the first imaging product based on a 2.2 micrometer (μm) Back Side Illuminated (BSI) pixel technology platform targeted specifically at security and surveillance applications. The AR0521 is a small optical format 1/2.5-inch (7.13mm), 5 megapixel (MP) digital image sensor with an active pixel array of 2592 […]
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Integrated smart power modules will run mechanical loads that would otherwise sap fuel mileage. THOMAS YIM | ON SEMICONDUCTOR GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS are stimulating demands for more economical vehicles that produce not just fewer NOx pollutants, but also less CO2. Vehicle tax policies currently favor less polluting models, and car makers must cope with new legislation […]
ON Semiconductor has introduced the Modular Automotive Reference System (MARS) that gives system and software developers a ready-to-use camera for research and development activities. The leading-edge MARS platform enables users to reconfigure cameras with different lenses, image sensors, image signal processors (ISPs) and communications options for rapid prototyping and experimentation. The system is so flexible […]
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There are quite a few different types of semiconductor diode from junction diodes, Schottky diodes, Zener diodes etc. You need to know the difference between them in order to select one. A good place to start the description of the types would be a comparison of a conventional PN junction diode and a fast recovery […]
ON Semiconductor has utilized its strength and depth in a broad range of semiconductor disciplines – including analog, power management, sensor interface and signal conditioning – to introduce a comprehensive development resource for the wearable electronics sector. The new Wearable Development Kit (WDK1.0) combines a wide array of highly optimized components, with the objective of […]
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Wednesday, November 16 11:30am EST / 8:30am PST Click here to register. Several years ago, most of us were talking about 50 Billion connected devices by 2020. To get there we can’t just focus on the central hubs. The biggest challenges are the edge nodes, where we sense the environment, analyze locally, communicate what’s necessary, and […]