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Time-of-flight sensor brings gesture recognition to car cockpit June 23, 2014Time-of-flight sensor brings gesture recognition to car cockpit Belgian chipmaker Melexis is utilizing the time-of-flight 3D motion sensing technology from software company SoftKinetics, also from Belgium, to implement a sensor chip that detects gestures to control several functions within the car. Thus, the Melexis chip enhances the range of basic technologies to be employed in Human Machine Interfaces (HMIs): Besides pusing buttons, turning knobs or issue spoken instructions to the vehicle, now HMI concepts also can include gestures. The technology will be used in the infotainment domain in the first place. Read more Stage win for ams against Melexis in patent claim May 22, 2014Stage win for ams against Melexis in patent claim In a patent quarrel between Belgian chipmaker Melexis and its Austrian competitor ams, the latter has won a last-instance verdict: ams' patent on magnetic field position sensor technologies is valid, the European patent court ruled. Nevertheless, the dispute will continue. Read more Hall effect switch does away with mechanical adjustments May 21, 2014Hall effect switch does away with mechanical adjustments The MLX92242 from Melexis is a highly integrated Hall effect switch/latch IC designed for automotive applications, such as seatbelt latch detectors, seat position sensors or window lifters. Its non-volatile memory enables car manufacturers to carry out end-of-line (EOL) programming, allowing cancellation of all mechanical tolerances within the application. Read more Higher integration in LIN transceiver chips May 12, 2014Higher integration in LIN transceiver chips A new generation of enhanced 2 and 4-channel LIN transceiver ICs reduces system costs for multi LIN master systems Read more Programmable Hall effect current sensor December 9, 2013Programmable Hall effect current sensor Melexis has added to its customer-programmable Triaxis Hall effect sensor IC range, with a device intended for use in electric vehicles (EVs), hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs) and renewable energy systems; the high speed devices in the MLX91208 series each offer a response time of 3μsec. Read more
LIN bus motor control IC simplifies 12V automotive actuator designs
Triaxis position sensor with SENT protocol for safety critical applications
LIN transceiver offers very low standby current plus strong EMC/ESD behaviour
Enhanced LIN communication chips integrate voltage regulation, watchdog functionality
Gesture and proximity sensing ICs enable next-gen automotive HMI
Low voltage Hall effect sensor offers digital output
Programmable Hall effect sensor addresses fast response current sensing applications
Sensor interface IC facilitates implementation of gesture recognition applications
LIN transceiver with integrated voltage regulator and strong EMC/ESD behaviour
EEPROM-configurable IC eases TPMS module development
MEMS pressure sensor and analog chain in monolithic integrated device
Enhancing automotive safety through advanced IR sensor technology
EEPROM-configurable pre-driver increases operating range for three-phase BLDC motor control
Position sensor features high robustness and accuracy
Magnetic sensor has discrete protection components incorporated into package
Automotive motor drivers bring LIN-ready single chip solution to BLDC motors, actuators
Hall sensors are optimized for seat positioning systems, buckle switches and wipers
New Melexis LIN Transceiver drives down cost
Programmable current sensor for high-speed control applications
Melexis achieves MOST compliance for fiber optic transceivers in SMD package
Melexis offers modular tire pressure monitoring system
Melexis utilizes time-of-flight technology for collision avoidance system
Melexis integrated MEMs sensors handle more than just pressure
Fully calibrated high accuracy MEMs infrared temperature sensor
Melexis rolls second-generation Triaxis sensors
The end of sensor-based BLDC control?
Rudi De Winter wants limping X-Fab to get up to speed
Camera sensor brings high dynamic range to automotive applications
LIN slave chip connects switch modules, IO-extensions to LIN network
Brose tops automotive electronics growth ranking
Melexis profiatbly rides the ecology wave


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