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2012-04-03
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The MLX90620 FIRray sensing device from Melexis uses noncontact temperature measurement technology to create a thermography solution.
2012-05-09
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Melexis’ MLX90620 FIRray sensing device uses the company’s noncontact temperature measurement technology to create a cost-effective thermography solution that is suitable in applications such as pedestrian detection, close-range blind-spot detection, and occupancy classification.
2009-11-09
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The software standard is undergoing a transition, moving to a new phase as Release 4.0 is unveiled. The change comes as the standard shows strong signs of acceptance in a range of new applications.
2010-01-04
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High-temperature performance and integrated support for the single edge nibble transmission (SENT) protocol for engine management devices characterize the Melexis MLX90324.
2011-05-13
Article
Managing battery packs for electrified powertrains is a major challenge, but battery management has been relatively ignored by teams designing the majority of cars with internal combustion engines. That’s changing swiftly as stop start technology begins to gain market acceptance.
2011-06-11
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Providing second-generation advancements to challenging applications in harsh environments, Melexis' Triaxis sensors feature a variety of position-sensing requirements.
2014-09-04
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Two major design trends, the push to provide more exotic human-machine interfaces and the march towards autonomous driving, are sparking interest in cameras not now used in vehicles. Time-of-flight cameras provide gesture recognition for HMIs and tell autonomous controllers whether drivers are watching the road with their hands on the wheel.
2009-07-27
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Toyota recently deployed the Media Oriented System Transport (MOST) network as the infotainment network in its Lexus RX and Prius lines, highlighting a new battle in network design. Ethernet, 1394, and MOST are vying for a slice of the rapidly expanding infotainment market.­
2009-07-08
Article
The MLX10420 from Melexis is a triple air-core gauge driver with serial interface.
2009-07-13
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Toyota recently deployed the Media Oriented System Transport (MOST) network as the infotainment network in its Lexus RX and Prius lines, highlighting a new battle in network design. ETHERNET, 1394, and MOST are vying for a slice of the rapidly expanding infotainment market.
2008-07-03
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In Frankfurt, Germany, the MOST Cooperation presented the third generation of its optical multimedia network protocol called MOST (Media Oriented System Transport). At 150-Mbps bandwidth, the new infotainment backbone offers the muscle for in-vehicle digital video streaming including HDTV.
2008-10-06
Article
The MLX71122 receiver IC from Melexis is designed for applications in the unlicensed industrial-scientific-medical and short-range-devices frequency bands of 300 to 930 MHz.
2010-07-22
Article
Melexis’ MLX92211 is a second-generation automotive Hall-effect latch sensor.
2010-07-12
Article
As brighter headlights have become more common, systems that keep them directed properly down the roadway have gained popularity and in some cases have been mandated by government regulation. The headlight-leveling systems that keep bright lamps from blinding oncoming drivers are rapidly evolving into adaptive systems that shift directions during turns.
2010-09-07
Article
The continually expanding role of electronics in vehicles has prompted two consortia to focus on common technologies. A new German automotive group plans to improve diagnostics for electronics while a consortium promoting communication standards for wireless sensor networking recently formed an automotive group.
2010-03-22
Article
Complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) imagers are gaining popularity in vehicles as active-safety systems expand their roles. Now that they have proven their mettle in backup systems, cameras built upon those imagers are being used to look at all kinds of things in front of the vehicle.
2009-03-10
Article
One way to get the utmost in precision is to place sensors right in the middle of the activity they are observing. That is simple for jobs such as airflow, but it is extremely difficult when engineers want to place sensors deep inside the engine.
2015-03-31
Article
Melexis introduces the MLX90297, a 600-mA single coil fan driver integrated circuit developed for energy efficient cooling system designs.
2015-03-27
Article
Melexis offers the MLX90815 and MLX90816 pressure sensors combining high sensitivity with strong linearity.
2015-04-08
Article
Rear- and forward-facing cameras have made big inroads, but cameras that monitor interiors haven’t seen much acceptance. That may change, driven partially by the shift to semi-autonomous driving.
2015-02-16
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Melexis introduces the MLX75421 Blackbird third-generation high dynamic range automotive image sensor with on-chip functional safety supports.
2013-08-15
Article
“With the wave of a hand” may move from magicians’ banter to car salesman’s description within a few years. Many automakers and suppliers are racing to devise gesture recognition that lets drivers manage complex functions without being distracted.
2012-12-06
Article
The growing use of electronics is driving equipment makers to focus on improving safety and reliability.
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