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Working for a better future Growing Stakeholder Value through investment in Sustainability

Working for a Better Future: Growing Stakeholder Value Through Investment in Sustainability

By Sheana Chen, Vice President, General Counsel, Sustainability Steering Committee, Diodes Incorporated

On March 4th, UNESCO’s World Engineering Day for Sustainable Development will again highlight the crucial role engineering plays in sustainability. Sustainability is a topic that receives attention at the highest levels within Diodes Incorporated (Diodes).

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The Case for a Constant Current

The Case for a Constant Current

By Shane Timmons, Product Marketing Manager, Diodes Incorporated.

Not only has LED technology all but completely displaced conventional incandescent light bulbs and fluorescent tube lighting, it is used far more extensively than any other forms of lighting technology that have come before it.

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reliable timing is essential for telematics

Reliable Timing is Essential for Telematics

By Kai Ying, Diodes Incorporated

With more insurers now referring to data provided by telematics boxes (T-Boxes), fitted either by the manufacturer or supplied by the insurance company—the use of T-Boxes is on the rise. Alongside providing independent and verifiable data, T-Boxes are also responsible for the overall connected nature of modern vehicles.

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Industry First Enables Port Switching in Next Generation Corporate LANs PI3L2500

Why Two into One Does Go

By Kay Annamalai, Senior Marketing Director, Diodes Inc.

Although 1000BASE-T Gigabit Ethernet may still deliver enough performance for many segments today, this may not be the case for much longer. There are many reasons for data growth, and I/O interfaces (such as DisplayPort™ and USB) are offering ever-greater throughput.

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How to Simplify Synchronous Rectification

By Richard Lin, AC-DC Business Unit Manager, Diodes Inc.

With tens of billions of new devices expected to come online soon, including all the billions more that won't be connected, the need for small and efficient external power conversion continues to increase.

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Looking Beyond the Datasheet New Ways to Use Devices

Looking Beyond the Datasheet – New Ways to Use Devices

By Isaac Sibson, Diodes Incorporated

Current regulators are a basic building block that can be used wherever a circuit or device needs a steady and stable source of current. They will often be used when an unstable supply can have a negative impact. 

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Why Logic Makes Sense

Invisible Logic is What We Want to See

By Johnny Lu, PTC Marketing Director, Diodes Inc.

Widespread in use, standard logic devices are often the preferred way to conjoin parts of a circuit where reliable connections are required, or even when there’s a need to overcome a design challenge within a system.

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Great Things Come in Small (Outline) Packages

By Shane Timmons -  Product Marketing Manager,  Diodes Incorporated 

Gordon Moore’s prescient prediction of the ever-growing density of components on integrated circuits (ICs) continues to be proved right. Even if the recent growth is slowing down, the trend towards smaller packages continues apace.

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Efficient Offline Power for Small Online Appliances

By Richard Lin, AC-DC Business Unit Manager, Diodes Incorporated.

It is widely acknowledged that, at its heart, the Internet of Things (IoT) comprises countless sensors, actuators, and other devices that add ‘intelligence’ to the connected world. For the IoT to work as intended, many of these devices must be switched on and connected 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

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Diodes Incorporateds Synchronous Buck AP6320x

Minimizing EMI in Switched-mode PSUs

By Tu Bui – Senior Marketing/Application Manager, Diodes Incorporated.

Developers of applications that feature power conversion elements, including home appliances, power tools, industrial and office equipment, will know only too well that electromagnetic interference (EMI) is largely unavoidable. However, they should also know that it can be managed, so that its effects are minimized to the point that they no longer present a problem.

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