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Safety & Security: Making sense

System-based fault detection time versus sensor-based fault detection time

Giri Venkat, who is responsible for image sensor technical marketing at On Semiconductor. evaluates functional safety in automotive image sensors

Onsemi cmos platform aims to improve image quality

Onsemi 2.6Mpixel AR0233 cmos image sensor

On Semiconductor has announced a cmos image sensor platform to improve performance and image quality in automotive applications such as adas, mirror replacement, rear and surround view systems, and autonomous driving.

The Hayabusa platform has a 3.0µm backside illuminated pixel design that delivers a charge capacity of 100,000 electrons, with other automotive features such as simultaneous on-chip high dynamic range (HDR) with LED flicker mitigation (LFM), plus real-time functional safety and automotive grade qualification.

Vehicle networking opportunities

Comparison of different in-vehicle networking protocols

Deres Eshete from On Semiconductor explores the potential for more advanced in-vehicle networking technology

Littelfuse buys OnSemi automotive portfolio for $104m

Littelfuse manufacturing facility in Suzhou, China

Littelfuse is acquiring a product portfolio of transient voltage suppression (TVS) diodes, switching thyristors and insulated gate bipolar transistors (IGBTs) for automotive ignition applications from On Semiconductor for $104m.

This portfolio has annualised sales of approximately $55m. The transactions are expected to close before the end of this month.

Driving lights

Power dissipated in a resistor verses a constant current regulator

Mark Scholten, senior FAE at On Semiconductor, considers the options for driving automotive LEDs


Circuit Protection: Transient nature

There is a growing amount of electronics in every vehicle

As the electronics in vehicles increases, there is more need for transient protection for vulnerable circuitry, explains Deres Eshete from On Semiconductor


CCD image sensor suits intelligent traffic systems

On Semiconductor’s KAI-08051 image sensor

Intelligent traffic systems, surveillance, medical imaging and industrial inspection are some of the applications for On Semiconductor’s KAI-08051 image sensor. This is an addition to the company’s charge-coupled device (CCD) image sensor portfolio recently acquired from Truesense Imaging.

On Semiconductor buys Aptina for $400m

On Semiconductor

On Semiconductor is paying US$400m to acquire Aptina Imaging, a provider of cmos image sensors for automotive and industrial markets.

Semiconductor suppliers get direct access to car makers

Car manufacturers are speaking directly with semiconductor suppliers rather than with tier ones as they strive get the latest features into their vehicles, according to Hervé Branquart, director of automotive at On Semiconductor.

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