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Cambridge CMOS Sensors (CCMOS) says it is seeing increasing sales of its gas-sensing microsystems and is on the cusp of more major contracts.

Posted on August 26, 2013
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Cambridge CMOS Sensors (CCMOS) says it is seeing increasing sales of its gas-sensing microsystems and is on the cusp of more major contracts. Gas-sensing technology has a broad range of applications, including domestic gas detectors, industrial safety, explosive detection, medical diagnostics and environmental monitoring. A Cambridge University spin-off that recently raised an additional £4.5m, the […]

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A leader in devices for extreme temperatures (-55°C to +225°C), Cissoid continues rolling out new SOI-based products for power management, power conversion and signal conditioning. Thumbnail

A leader in devices for extreme temperatures (-55°C to +225°C), Cissoid continues rolling out new SOI-based products for power management, power conversion and signal conditioning.

Posted on August 26, 2013
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A leader in devices for extreme temperatures (-55°C to +225°C), Cissoid continues rolling out new SOI-based products for power management, power conversion and signal conditioning. Additions over the last year include: FUJI, a High Reliability 3.5W DC-DC Converter with Triple Output 5V, 3.3V & 1.8V CHT-RIGEL, a High Reliability Adjustable Voltage Regulator for up to […]

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Microsemi, Honeywell et al Leveraging SOI to Curb CO2 Emissions

Posted by on August 21, 2013
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The furnace in your home’s basement might not be as sexy as your smartphone, but when it comes to making a difference to the planet, it’s awfully important. That’s why Microsemi and Honeywell have teamed up with Cissoid, Cambridge CMOS Sensors and several top universities like UCL, Cambridge and Warwick in a €4 million ($5.3 […]

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NXP’s continues its line of SOI-based automotive CAN transceivers with the next-gen TJA1048 Thumbnail

NXP’s continues its line of SOI-based automotive CAN transceivers with the next-gen TJA1048

Posted on September 21, 2011
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NXP‘s continues its line of SOI-based automotive CAN transceivers with the next-gen TJA1048 for automotive engine, body control and gateway apps. SOI enables extremely low emission and high immunity against EMI, and protects the bus pins against transients in the automotive environment.

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Interview: How NXP’s SOI Technology Enables Major Advance in Automotive Position Sensors Thumbnail

Interview: How NXP’s SOI Technology Enables Major Advance in Automotive Position Sensors

Posted by on August 8, 2011
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Guenter Reiniger, Marketing Manager for NXP’s Automotive Sensors, explains how SOI helps eliminate the need for external components in a new magnetic sensor family. Advanced Substrate News (ASN): NXP recently announced the KMA210, the first in a new family of magnetoresistive (MR) sensor chips. What is it used for? Guenter Reiniger (GR): The KMA210 is […]

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High-temp SOI specialist Cissoid has introduced Moon, a new 40V N-channel MOSFET transistor that can switch currents up to 2A

Posted on April 4, 2011
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High-temp SOI specialist Cissoid has introduced Moon, a new  40V N-channel MOSFET transistor that can switch currents up to 2A. At 225°C, the gate leakage current remains below 100nA, while its drain off current doesn’t exceed 3.5μA.

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Cissoid is adding new SOI-based products to its portfolio

Posted on December 15, 2010
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Cissoid is adding new SOI-based products to its portfolio of high-temperature components almost every month, including mixed-signal and telemetry chips, a wide range of drivers and more.

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Cissoid further extends its lines of SOI-based products

Posted on November 22, 2010
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Cissoid further extends its lines of SOI-based products for high-temperature environments with a DC-DC converter platform, fast drivers for power transistors, and power MOSFETs.

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Texas Instruments

Posted on December 4, 2009
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Texas Instruments’ new ADS5400 analog-to-digital-converter (ADC) combines 12 bits of resolution with a 1-GSPS sampling rate, effectively doubling the amount of signal bandwidth that can be captured in a single ADC. It enables designers to create smaller, higher-performance and higher-density wide-bandwidth receivers and digitizers. Developed on TI’s high-speed, BiCom3 SOI, it is well suited for […]

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New high-temperature, SOI-based products from Cissoid

Posted on December 4, 2009
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New high-temperature, SOI-based products from Cissoid: The new CHT-NMOS40 family of High Temperature 40V N-channel power MOSFET Transistors, enabling the design of any system requiring reliable power control in a harsh environment from -55°C to +225°C. Vesuvio, the world’s first 225°C DC-DC converter platform for high reliability and electric vehicle applications. Hyperion, a high temperature […]

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