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Operational Amplifiers with EMI Immunity - Pushing High-Frequency Filters to their Limits

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IEEE802.11, Bluetooth, UMTS, GSM—radio communication protocols that couldn’t be more different, and yet they do have something in common, namely electromagnetic waves that can disrupt how integrated circuits process signals. EMI-immune circuits provide a remedy for high-frequency interference.

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Small Electrical Drives in the Vehicle - Improving Convenience on the Path Towards Autonomous Driving

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In the future, autonomous driving will maximize the convenience of mobility. Until that time, many small electrical drives enable easier, more convenient control of the vehicle. But how are they constructed, what requirements do they need to fulfill, and which applications can manufacturers provide to make driving even more pleasurable for their customers?

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Cutting Operating Costs Thanks to a Broad Connectivity Spectrum - Ethernet Switches for Modern Industrial Environments

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Industry 4.0 and the IIoT are becoming increasingly established. The digital transformation has long been underway in manufacturing companies around the world. Analysts from leading market research institutes collectively speak of a market worth billions for components and solutions. Industrial switches play a key role here.

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High intensity for IR spectroscopy: Osram‘s Oslon series broadband emitter now in Rutronik‘s opto product portfolio

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Broad spectrum in the smallest space: The Oslon P1616 SFH4737 broadband emitter complements Osram‘s (near) infrared high-power LED portfolio. With a spectral emission range of 650nm to 1050nm and the particularly small design, the emitter is suitable for use in medical applications and wearables. It has a beam angle of 130° and is therefore able to pick up light within a larger area. The Osram Oslon product...

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48 Volt On-Board Network - A Transitional Technology, or Key to the Mobility of Tomorrow?

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48V power networks enable low-cost mild hybrid vehicles that allow OEMs to comply with current CO2 limits. However, a trend towards plug-in hybrids and pure electric vehicles is emerging. Is there any point in continuing to invest in 48V technology?

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