Cal Sensors rolls new lead salt infrared detectors and digital drive board
Product News 1/25/2011 Post a comment
Cal Sensors has launched two new families of lead salt infrared detectors as well as a new digital drive board. The new SCD (single channel detector) and MCD (multichannel detector) families provide industry-leading sensitivity and quality for a variety of infrared sensing applications. The new digital drive board optimizes detector performance and speeds product development processes.
Silicon Labs Si114x proximity sensor
Product News 1/20/2011 1 comment
These tiny, next-generation infrared and ambient light sensors enable advanced gesture control for touchless human interfaces in handsets, eReaders and netbooks.
Introduction to adaptive arrays, Part 2 of 2
Design How-To 1/16/2011 Post a comment
SciTech publishing has recently released a new book, Introduction to Adaptive Arrays, 2nd Edition, by Robert A. Monzingo, Randy Haupt, Thomas W. Miller, which addresses the subject of adaptive array sensor systems.
Advanced HMI technologies enable integrated automotive center console design
Design How-To 1/14/2011 3 comments
Incorporation of a multifunction console control panel allows HMI designers greater flexibility in styling as well as greater control over uniform look and feel. Such a design also reduces tooling charges and increases reliability. Because of overall integration and a reduce set of controls, these designs also reduce the total cost of systems.
OmniVision OV10810 image senor
Product News 1/11/2011 Post a comment
Omnivision's 1/2.5-inch image sensor is designed to offer complete convergence between high-resolution still photography and full high-definition video.
Aptina AR0330 1080p60 video sensor
Product News 1/11/2011 2 comments
Aptina is sampling a 3-megapixel image sensor with an advanced 2.2-micron pixel that supports electronic image stabilization as well as all HD video modes.
Optical control of graphene supports sensors
Research 1/11/2011 1 comment
The team of scientists has published research showing how light can be used to control the electrical properties of graphene and is claiming the move marks progress in the development of graphene devices.