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Start/stop-compatible amplifier tolerates voltage drops October 7, 2013Start/stop-compatible amplifier tolerates voltage drops With the TDA7802, STMicroelectronics introduces the first automotive start/stop-compatible audio power amplifier to combine the performance and cost benefits of a digital input with the simplicity and enhanced efficiency of analog class SB-I amplification. Read more Video software stack receives GENIVI compliance certification September 30, 2013Video software stack receives GENIVI compliance certification Chipmaker STMicroelectronics has gotten in in black and white that the software stack for its STiH416 multimedia system-on-chip complies with the specifications of the GENIVI Alliance. This acknowledgement enables designers to utilize the STiH416 in automotive infotainment systems and thus strengthens ST's standing in this growing market. Read more Tandem diodes offer economical alternative to SiC in e-car charging points September 5, 2013Tandem diodes offer economical alternative to SiC in e-car charging points STMicroelectronics has unveiled its second generation of tandem diodes, which enable designers to cost-effectively enhance the energy efficiency of charging points for electric vehicles. Other potential applications include power supplies and solar inverters. Read more Renesas passes automotive semiconductor competitors, Semicast reckons March 11, 2013Renesas passes automotive semiconductor competitors, Semicast reckons According to a current study from British market research firm Semicast Research, Renesas Electronics was the leading vendor of semiconductors to the OE automotive sector in 2012, ahead of Infineon Technologies. STMicroelectronics retained its position as third largest supplier, with Freescale fourth and NXP fifth. Read more Microcontrollers meet safety level ASIL D February 21, 2013Microcontrollers meet safety level ASIL D STMicroelectronics announced a new member in its multi-core MCU family aimed at functional safety applications for car electronics. The device combines compliance with the most stringent automotive safety standards (ISO 26262) and increased non-volatile memory size, giving an upward migration path from existing parts and expanding the company's product line of fault-tolerant microcontrollers for mission-critical automotive applications. Read more
Hyundai Autron picks STM for extensive collaboration
Intelligent high-side switches make car electronics more reliable
Class-D amplifier family brings digital audio to automotive infotainment
European consortium develops monolithic 122-GHz radar sensor
STMicroelectronics, FAW Group establish joint R&D lab in China 

Technology platform enables next-gen digital car radios
Surge protection device certified to automotive preferred ISO pulse specs
'Invisible' bike helmets integrate motion sensors to expand air-bag-like shell
Safe use of phone apps at the wheel through smartphone-centric in-vehicle infotainment
3D MEMS-based accelerometer addresses automotive, consumer, medical markets
Reneas takes pole position in automotive semiconductor race
ST launches automotive-qualified 3-axis gyro
ST integrates window control into door controller IC
Optical sensor discriminates fog, twilight
Temperature stable measurement IC for power management and motor control applications
New STMicroelectronics power MOSFETs driving up vehicle electrical efficiency
Automotive semiconductor market sees major shift
ST reports record year for automotive chips
ST debuts world's first single-chip positioning device for multiple global navigation systems
STMicroelectronics rolls MEMS-based airbag sensor
MEMS accelerometer addresses broad range of automotive applications
ST audio amplifier maintains hi-fi sound during engine turn-off and cranking
STMicroelectronics I/O Hub aims at automotive infotainment
ST's HD radio chipset receives iBiquity certification
ST uses Alango's echo cancellation, noise reduction technologies
NXP tops automotive infotainment chip ranking, says iSuppli
Automotive chips: Infineon passes Freescale
ST current sense amplifier targets automotive applications

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