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Light sensor chip increases battery life

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-09-07 01:01:00
Light sensor chip increases battery life : Capella Microsystems, Inc. today announced the Filtron family of chips that detect the amount of ambient light surrounding notebooks and cellular phones, and adjusts the brightness of the liquid crystal displays (LCD) to provide an almost perfect match to the needs of the human eye. By providing such a close match, the device eliminates excessive backlighting and greatly increases battery life in portable products. Backlighting usually consumes more battery power than any other function. The new devices can increase the battery life of notebook computers by up to 41 percent, and increase the battery life of cell phones by up to 100 percent.


Biomorphic CMOS sensors feature APD technology

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-09-06 23:06:00
Biomorphic CMOS sensors feature APD technology : Tower Semiconductor today announced that Tower's Advanced Photo Diode process powers a new series of CMOS Image Sensors for Biomorphic Microsystems Corporation, a supplier of innovative imaging solutions for the cell phone and PDA markets. Tower's APD process enables improved optical and electrical performance of ultra-small pixels utilizing deep sub-micron process technologies, thus enabling the manufacture of small, cost-effective camera module solutions. Manufactured at Tower's Fab2 in 0.18-micron technology, the products utilize Tower's pixel IP and the company's optically optimized multilayer metallization, which achieves dramatically better optical sensitivity.


Intel Core processors

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-08-03 22:01:00
Intel Core processors : Intel today unveiled 10 Intel Core 2 Duo and IntelCore 2 Extreme processors for consumer and business desktop and laptop PCs and workstations, reshaping how computers perform, look and consume power - and most importantly - transform how people use them. "The Core 2 Duo processors are simply the best processors in the world," said Paul Otellini, president and CEO of Intel. "Not since Intel introduced the Pentium processor has the industry seen the heart of the computer reinvented like this. The Core 2 Duo desktop processor is an energy-efficient marvel, packing 291 million transistors yet consuming 40 percent lower power, while delivering the performance needed for the applications of today and tomorrow."


Photo printer imaging solution SigmaTel STDC8080

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-07-27 17:34:00
Photo printer imaging solution SigmaTel STDC8080 : SigmaTel, a leader in mixed-signal, multimedia semiconductors, today announced its new system on chip (SoC) solution for the personal photo printer market. The SigmaTel STDC8080 SOC solution offers inkjet and dye-sublimation photo printer manufacturers a complete controller solution with a low bill of materials cost. The SigmaTel STDC8080 and its associated firmware controls all of the major photo printer product functions while at the same time producing photographic quality prints. SigmaTel's digital imaging solutions (SoC, Firmware, & Software) provide complete solutions enabling consumer electronics and printer companies to develop innovative products.


HDMI CMOS Camera Chip from Fujitsu

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-07-27 10:00:00
HDMI CMOS Camera Chip from Fujitsu : Fujitsu Limited today announced that from August 1 it will begin sales of two new models, MB91683 and MB91686, in its Milbeaut line of advanced image processing large-scale integrated circuit (LSI) chips for digital cameras. MB91683 and MB91686 are part of the new fourth-generation line (M-4) of Fujitsu's Milbeaut chips, which feature highest specifications for low power consumption and high-resolution imaging technology. The MB91683 provides features in a single chip numerous functions that are ideal for compact digital cameras, while the MB91686 in addition features video functionality. The Milbeaut line of image-processing chips integrate various functions necessary for image processing.


CMOS Image Sensor products from Silecs

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-07-17 10:31:00
CMOS Image Sensor products from Silecs : Silecs, Inc. today introduced the SC series of products for use as advanced optical coatings in CMOS Image Sensor (CIS) production. Digital image sensors manufactured with low cost CMOS semiconductor processes have recently become a key component of many fast growing consumer applications. With their first broad adoption in the mobile phone camera market, already exceeding 0.5 billion camera phones annually, CMOS image sensors are rapidly finding their way into many other mass market products. Using its unique molecular engineering approach, Silecs has designed the new SC product series specifically to improve the reliability and optical efficiency of CMOS image sensors.


Worlds smallest Camera Chip from OmniVision

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-06-21 01:04:00
Worlds smallest Camera Chip from OmniVision : OmniVision Technologies, a supplier of CMOS Camera Chip image sensor solutions for high-volume imaging applications, today introduced its smallest CameraChip product to date. The new, cost-efficient OV6920 is the only 1/18-inch sensor available, offering low power operation for use in disposable cameras for medical applications such as intubation and diagnostic systems. The 2.1 mm by 2.3 mm CSP packaged chip will enable a 3.2 mm diameter microscopic camera module, making many medical procedures even less invasive for the patient. It also allows certain medical devices such as intubation systems and endoscopes to be made even smaller to allow for use on infants and small children.


111 Million Pixel CCD Image Sensor Chip

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-06-19 23:00:00
111 Million Pixel CCD Image Sensor Chip : DALSA Semiconductor, a division of DALSA Corporation, an international high performance semiconductor and electronics company, announced today that it has successfully fabricated and delivered the world’s highest resolution image sensor chip to its customer, Semiconductor Technology Associates of San Juan Capistrano, California. The CCD device, which measures approximately four inches by four inches, has a total resolution of over 111 million pixels. It is the world’s first imager to break the 100 million pixel barrier. STA developed the record-breaking chip for the Astrometry Department of the U.S. Naval Observatory, funded by the Navy’s Small Business Innovation Research Program.






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