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  • Vibrating Gyroscopes
    Vibrating gyroscopes use micro-electro-mechanical system (MEMS) technology and a vibrating, quartz tuning-fork to measure Coriolis force. When rotated, a vibrating element (vibrating resonator) is subjected to the Coriolis Effect, causing secondary vibration orthogonal to the original vibrating
  • Wired 8.01: As the MEMS Revolution Takes Off, Small Is Getting Bigger Every Day
    As the MEMS Revolution Takes Off, Small Is Getting Bigger Every Day Gnat-sized robots, microscopic gyroscopes, television beamed directly onto your retina. This may sound like a grocery list for a crazed sci-fi visionary. But all these projects are in the works today, thanks to an emerging chip
  • EETimes.com | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    million battery packs used in Docomo's 3G handsets. MEMS gyroscopes eye projected CE windfall Gyroscopes may soon give accelerometers a run for their money as the microelectromechanical systems of choice in a new breed of consumer gadgets, thanks to the advent of low-cost gyros from a MEMS startup
  • EETimes.com | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    production and 39-nm development. ON Semi claims patent infringement by Samsung ON Semiconductor has filed a U.S. patent infringement suit against Samsung Electronics and its U.S. subsidiaries alleging the infringement of four patents. MEMS gyroscopes eye projected CE windfall Gyroscopes may soon give
  • Using Two Tri-Axis Accelerometers for Rotational Measurements (.pdf)
    that contains two or more accelerometers. With some understanding of fundamental physics, they can extract more than just linear acceleration data from their system. This application note describes how to use two Kionix MEMS low-g accelerometers to enable rotational measurements. Applicable theory, plots
  • MICRO: Products
    The Pro family of plasma etch and deposition tools is compatible with advanced silicon etch technology, which achieves the anisotropic deep-etched structures in silicon needed to make MEMS devices such as accelerometers; gyroscopes; precision spectrophotometer slits; and microactuator, micromotor

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