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A horizon display is a display device that projects the main navigation instrument attitude indicator and main flight parameters onto the driver's helmet or windscreen.
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Ferroelectric random access memory (FeRAM) is a nonvolatile memory, in which data are stored using hysteretic P-E (polarization vs. electric field) characteristics in a ferroelectric film.
Ferroelectric random access memories (FeRAMs) are widely used in IC (integrated circuits) cards and RF (radio frequency) tags. Their features are (1) nonvolatile data storage (The stored data do not disappear even if electricity is turned off.), (2) the lowest power consumption among various semi-conductor memories, and (3) the operation speed as fast as that of DRAMs (dynamic RAMs).
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The growth of the market is driven by various factors such as the increase in data breaches and cyberattacks, mandates for HSM manufacturers to comply with internal and external privacy and data security regulations, and effective management of cryptographic keys.
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A facial recognition device stems from a purpose-built combination of high-end hardware components and efficient software to automatically identify or verify a person from a digital image, as required in several Security and Surveillance installations. The identification process is done by comparing the facial features extracted from an image with those previously stored in a facial database.
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An extra high-voltage cable (EHV cable) is a cable used for electric power transmission at extra high voltage. A cable includes a conductor and insulation. The extra high voltage is between 230KV to 1000KV.
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Hall-Effect Current Sensor based on the principle of magnetic balance hall, passes into current Ic from the control current end of hall element, and applies magnetic field with magnetic field intensity B to the normal direction of hall element plane
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E-passport is an electronic passport with high security printing, an inlay including an antenna and a microprocessor, and other security features. An E-passport is a biometric passport which includes a chip, which can be used at the automated E-passport gates instead of having your passport checked by a Border Force officer.  The chip holds the same information that is printed on the passport’s data page: the holder’s name, date of birth, and other biographic information. In some countries, including Germany, E-passport include two fingerprints as well.
An electronic visa (E-visa) is one of visa types issued to foreigners by Immigration Department via electronic system. E-visa, also known as e-visa, refers to the "electronic" of traditional paper visas. All information on passport holders' visas is stored electronically in the visa issuing authority's system. After successful of e-visa processing, the visa can be printed and used.
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Embedded non-volatile memory (eNVM) has become an important and essential IP that adds flexibility to electronic products and helps accelerate time-to-market. UMC offers state-of-the-art embedded non-volatile solutions to meet a variety of embedded system applications. High quality embedded non-volatile memories (eFuse, eOTP, eMTP, eE2 PROM and eFlash) can be used for trimming, redundancy, data encryption, ID, coding and programming.
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Embedded Motherboard is an integral part of a larger system that performs a particular task and consists of a microprocessor or a microcontroller, which acts as the processing core.
Embedded Motherboard is embedded as part of a complete device often including hardware and mechanical parts and it is dedicated to the functions of that device. Also referred to as microcontrollers, Embedded Motherboard has been used in Medical machinery, motor vehicles, application Defense & Aerospace, Communications, Medical, Automations &Control, and Automotive& Transport. Embedded Motherboard is devoted to performing specific tasks and is used in communication, entertainment, science and technology.
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The Electrostatic Chucks (ESC) is a tool that clamps an object with the force generated between the electrode and the object by applying a voltage to the electrode. There are two different types of electrostatic clamping methods. One is Coulomb force type that utilizes an insulator as a dielectric material, and the other is Johnson-Rahbek force type that utilizes an attractive force induced by dielectric polarization caused by minute electric current flow across the boundary between an object and a dielectric material. ESCs which are widely used for wafer processing including etching, CVD, PVD, Ashing etc.