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|Cypress To Host Free Online Seminar On Touch Screen Essentials On December 6|
SAN JOSE, Calif., - Cypress Semiconductor Corp. today announced that it will host a free online seminar that explores touch sensitive interfaces. The 60-minute seminar entitled "Touch Screen Essentials," will be presented in conjunction with CMP Media's Electronic Engineering Times on Wednesday, December 6 at 9:00 a.m. PST.
An increasingly broad array of applications are using touch screen interfaces as differentiators, including MP3 players, cell phones, ATMs, POS terminals, information kiosks, casino gaming machines, PDAs, tablet PCs, appliances and environmental control panels. The NetSeminar will explore touch screen technologies including the popular, new capacitive touch screens. It will look at their properties, substrates, sensing methods, and design strategies. Finally, it will introduce the unique PSoC® (Programmable System-on-Chip™) CapSense controller IC that enables rapid, cost-efficient integration of a touch screen into a product. Interested parties can find additional information and register for the seminar at: https://cmpnetseminars.com/TSG/?K=4TO&Q=482."
A single CapSense device can replace dozens of mechanical switches and controls with a simple, touch-sensitive interface. CapSense-based "button" and "slider" controls are more reliable than their mechanical counterparts because they are not prone to the environmental wear-and-tear that affects exposed buttons and switches. Cypress recently announced a new optimized CapSense device that delivers 45X better noise immunity, 30 percent faster update speeds with 60 percent lower power consumption and 300 percent greater resolution than previous devices, improving on the industry's most flexible capacitive sensing solution. Cypress has surpassed 100 CapSense design wins worldwide in applications that include mobile handsets, portable media players, white goods, computers, printers and automotive, among others.
Viernes, 08 Diciembre, 2006 - 08:32