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Light in the dark

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A new hybrid LED solves the traditional problems of automotive lighting: It avoids dazzling oncoming traffic while ensuring ideal illumination of the road ahead. The high resolution of over 1000 fully electronically controlled LED pixels allows extremely differentiated, active and, therefore, efficient light distribution.

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Flexible motor control designs: Explore multiple driver and microcontroller combinations by Infineon

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Infineon is a trusted one-stop shop for motor control designers, covering the full spectrum from sensors and microcontrollers through power ICs to security products. Key success factors for all motor control designs are the motor drivers and their controllers at the heart of the system. To meet rising customer demands for overall system efficiency, Infineon offers highly integrated circuits such as half-...

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The future starts now: 4G now or 5G later?

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2020 will be the year when 5G, the fifth mobile generation, is launched commercially worldwide. It is not long until then, but many companies are, nevertheless, currently faced with the question of whether it is wiser to wait with corresponding applications or whether solutions already exist today.

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Infineon’s 48V solutions for mild-hybrid electric vehicles

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In the last years it became clear, that the one way development of new and better combustion engine based powertrain solutions in the automotive industry is changed, mainly by economic, environmental and social reasons. The regulations to reduce CO2 emissions forced the OEMs to search for alternative techniques either to reduce the fuel consumption or even to replace the combustion engine by an electrical...

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Water-based electrolytic capacitors: From plague to indispensable component

Created by Christian Kasper, Technical Support Capacitors, Rutronik Elektronische Bauelemente GmbH |   Knowledge

Water-based electrolytic capacitors have had a bad image ever since the famous “capacitor plague”. And wrongly so, because they now meet key requirements in modern-day electronics – and there are new alternatives in the form of polymer hybrid capacitors.

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