ON Semiconductor (Nasdaq: ON) is driving energy efficient innovations, empowering customers to reduce global energy use. The company offers a comprehensive portfolio of energy efficient power and signal management, logic,discrete and custom solutions to help design engineers solve their unique design challenges in automotive, communications, computing, consumer, industrial, LED lighting, medical, military/aerospace and power supply applications. ON Semiconductor operates a responsive, reliable, world-class supply chain and quality program, and a network of manufacturing facilities, sales offices and design centers in key markets throughout North America, Europe, and the Asia Pacific regions
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Low power tech combines to boost battery-less IoT
The Internet of Things (IoT) needs battery-less and maintenance-free endpoints if it is to achieve its full potential and enable a smarter planet. Bruno Damien, Marketing Director, EMEA IoT, at ON Semiconductor explains further.
How to achieve a 10 year battery life in medical applications
Today’s IoT applications are capable of more than ever imaginable in recent years.
Collaboration on future sensor fusion hardware platforms
ON Semiconductor and AImotive, have jointly announced that they will work together to develop prototype sensor fusion platforms for automotive applications. The collaboration will help customers explore highly integrated solutions for future generations of sensor data conditioning hardware platforms.
Transform your IoT thinking with Farnell and ON Semiconductor
The highly differentiated power management, analogue and sensor solutions from ON Semiconductor can make it faster and easier to turn opportunities into unbeatable products. Plus, Farnell has helped designers like you discover new ways to deliver across tens of thousands of design projects, especially as a long-standing design partner of ON Semiconductor.
Transform your automotive thinking with Farnell and ON Semiconductor
For the modern designer, there’s no time to waste when it comes to delivering innovation in a variety of growth verticals quickly. However, it's also no small feat to launch new products when the fast-moving automotive, IoT and industrial markets are more competitive than ever.
Cyber security concerns in autonomous vehicles
Autonomous driving requires strict cyber security safety measures to be in place to ensure safety for the driver, passengers, and surrounding objects.
Connectivity solution offers hardware and software deliverables
Quantenna Connectivity Solutions, a division of ON Semiconductor, has announced its latest Spartan Router advanced WiFi reference design. It is based on the QSR10GU-AX 8x8 multiple input, multiple output (MIMO) dual-band dual concurrent WiFi 6 chipset coupled with NXP’s LS1043A 1.6GHz quad-core network processor.
Predictive maintenance motor protection with temperature sensing
Lee Schuler, Applications Engineer at ON Semiconductor will be showing you how the company's efuse and smart passive sensor SBS can be incorporated together in industrial applications.
Support increasing power demands of IoT endpoints with PoE solutions
Using the new IEEE 802.3bt standard, Power over Ethernet (PoE) can be used to deliver high-speed connectivity up to 90W of power over Local Area Network (LAN) connections. ON Semiconductor’s solutions not only support the new standard power limit, but extends it further to 100W for systems including telecommunications and digital signage.
The accuracy and cost benefits of precision
As Farhana Sarder of ON Semiconductor explains, general purpose op amps aren’t all purpose op amps.
Automotive imaging ecosystem design considerations
In this video, Steve Harris, Senior Manager for Automotive Ecosystems at On Semiconductor will explain automotive imaging ecosystem design considers on the road.
Overview of WBG and SiC capabilities
In this video Brandon Becker, Product Manager of Industrial Wide Band Gap at ON Semiconductor will give you an overview of wide bandgap capabilities focusing on self and carbide SiC for short silicon power devices.
Autonomous driving in LFM and HDR situations
LED Flicker Mitigation (LFM) and High Dynamic Range (HDR) are common scenarios that many autonomous vehicles have issues in. Learn how to design autonomous vehicles to operate effectively in these dangerous scenarios here.
eFuse or PTC? What to choose for current protection?
Short circuits, hot plug switches, over voltage protection are all needs we have for fuses.
Automotive CMOS image sensors at Autosens 2019
A driver of energy efficient innovations, ON Semiconductor, demonstrated its comprehensive portfolio of sensors for automotive applications at the AutoSens Conference in Detroit, MI. At centre stage was the next-generation RGB-IR image sensor solution for in-cabin applications and the Hayabusa family of CMOS image sensors for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and viewing automotive camera systems.
SiC-based hybrid IGBT at PCIM Europe 2019
A driver in energy efficient innovations, ON Semiconductor, has announced that it will be launching and exhibiting a new silicon-carbide (SiC) based hybrid IGBT and associated isolated high current IGBT gate driver at the PCIM Europe 2019 Exhibition and Conference in Nuremberg beginning May 7th.
SiPM sensors: Gen3 LiDAR system demo
Gen3 is a unique tool from ON Semiconductor that is used with customers to show the advantages of silicon photo multipliers when used in a LiDAR system.
How to use radar tranceiving in ADAS and AD applications
Automotive cruise control, cross traffic alerts, and autonomous valet parking are all autonomous driving applications that utilise radar tranceiving.
How to wirelessly temperature monitor high power switchgear
Monitoring temperature on connections inside high power switchgear is critical to identify high resistance points and schedule equipment maintenance before catastrophic failure.
Acquisition creates platform for addressing connectivity applications
It has been announced that ON Semiconductor and Quantenna Communications have entered into a definitive agreement for ON Semiconductor to acquire Quantenna for $24.50 per share in an all cash transaction. The acquisition consideration represents equity value of approximately $1.07bn and enterprise value of approximately $936m, after accounting for Quantenna’s net cash of approximately $136m at the end of fourth quarter of 2018.