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COOLiRFET power MOSFETS run cooler than conventional MOSFETs September 19, 2013 COOLiRFET power MOSFETS run cooler than conventional MOSFETs Mouser Electronics, Inc. now stocks International Rectifier’s (IR) family of AEC-Q101 automotive qualified 40V N-channel MOSFETs, featuring IR’s proven Gen12.7 trench technology with ultra-low Rds(on). Read more SMD power inductor series is automotive qualified September 18, 2013 SMD power inductor series is automotive qualified Component manufacturer Bourns, Inc. introduced an SMD Power Inductor Series that includes 13 new models. The new series features non-shielded and shielded construction and is AEC-Q200 qualified. The new SMD power inductors are specifically designed for use in a broad range of automotive applications ... Read more eCall system supports GPS and Glonass September 18, 2013 eCall system supports GPS and Glonass Starting in 2015, the automatic emergency call function (eCall) will be required throughout Europe in all new vehicle models. Russia also plans to start the gradual implementation of a similar system that same year. To meet this demand, automotive infotainment solution provider connectivity Peiker acustic ... Read more Webcast series offers guide to adopting ISO 26262 software testing requirements September 18, 2013 Webcast series offers guide to adopting ISO 26262 software testing requirements Vector Software, provider of software solutions for testing safety and mission-critical embedded applications, will be offering a two-part "Achieving ISO 26262 compliance” webinar series. Attendees will gain insights from experienced testing professionals about time-saving tips for achieving ISO 26262 ... Read more NXP, TTTech jointly develop automotive Ethernet switch chips September 18, 2013 NXP, TTTech jointly develop automotive Ethernet switch chips NXP and TTTech AG of Austria have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to jointly develop automotive Ethernet switch solutions supporting OPEN Alliance BroadR-Reach Ethernet PHY technology. The switch chip will be specifically designed for the automotive market, but will also be suitable for various ... Read more Automotive mini buck converter consumes very low quiescent power September 17, 2013 Automotive mini buck converter consumes very low quiescent power Maxim's lowest-quiescent-current automotive buck converter can replace an always-on LDO Read more Daimler transplants Tesla drive into B-Class Benz September 16, 2013 Daimler transplants Tesla drive into B-Class Benz Daimler's investment into US electric car pioneer Tesla bears fruit: At the IAA automotive fair, Daimler announced a version of its Mercedes-Benz B-Class compact car with electric drive. The powertrain is widely based on technology from Tesla. Read more Software tool evaluates safety-critical program code September 16, 2013 Software tool evaluates safety-critical program code AbsInt GmbH has launched Astrée, a static program analyser that proves the absence of run-time errors (RTE) in safety-critical embedded applications written or automatically generated in C. Such evidence is required for software designed to meet the requirements of safety standards such as DO-178B/DO-178C, ... Read more Spansion licenses ARM IP for automotive, industrial and consumer embedded systems September 16, 2013 Spansion licenses ARM IP for automotive, industrial and consumer embedded systems Flash memory system company Spansion Inc. has licensed a wide range of ARM processors for its current and future product lineup aimed at embedded applications in the automotive, industrial and consumer markets. Earlier this month, Spansion announced it was expanding its embedded electronics leadership ... Read more Inductance-to-digital converter: a new approach in position and motion sensing September 16, 2013 Inductance-to-digital converter: a new approach in position and motion sensing Texas Instruments unveiled a new data converter category that uses coils and springs as inductive sensors to deliver higher resolution, increased reliability, and greater flexibility than existing sensing solutions at a lower system cost. Read more
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