Linear Technology Corporation
Linear Technology announces the LTC3129, a synchronous buck-boost converter that delivers up to 200mA of continuous output current from a wide variety of input sources including single or multiple-cell batteries as well as solar panels and supercapacitors.
Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) introduced three wide-input voltage synchronous boost controllers with high efficiency and high power density.
Supports AUTOSAR 4.0.3 and 3.2.2; interfaces with dSPACE VEOS® and SYNECT®
Enhances image recognition performance; simplifies vehicle system integration
Toshiba America Electronic Components, Inc. (TAEC) has expanded its Visconti™ series of image recognition processors for the automotive market with the launch of Visconti™ 3, part number TMPV7528XBG.
Microchip Technology Inc. announced its BodyCom™ technology, which provides designers with a framework for using the human body as a secure communication channel. According to the company, BodyCom technology provides lower energy consumption compared to existing wireless methods, while further increasing security via bidirectional authentication.
By Paul Slattery – Digital Video Products, Analog Devices Inc.
By Chris Parlato, Project Leader, MEME Design
By Jim Stegen, powertrain systems engineer, Analog Devices, Inc.