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Figure 1 above shows the basic block diagram for a Half Bridge Class D amplifier, with the waveforms at each stage. This circuit uses feedback from the output of the half-bridge to help compensate for variations in the bus voltages.

Much of the activity in safety systems focuses on preventing vehicle rollovers which is especially important in vehicles with a high center of gravity. U.S. government figures cite 62% of sport-utility vehicle and 45% of pickup truck occupant fatalities occur in rollover crashes. However, studies on the effectiveness of anti-rollover stability control found that the systems reduced the number of single SUV crashes by 67% and single passenger car crashes by 35% (NHTSA's Light Vehicle ESC Research Program, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Vehicle Research and Test Center, June 9, 2005). Therefore, hopes are high that these advanced safety systems, which build upon successful technology, should further reduce those grim statistics.

His corporate leadership and knowledge of integrated mixed-signal solutions has enabled AMIS to leverage its expertise in system-level integration and its design and process capabilities to deliver high-end mixed-signal products for the automotive, medical and industrial markets.

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Prior to his current position, Klosterboer held multiple engineering and product marketing positions with AMIS, building the foundation for his strong understanding of market needs and the company's analog capabilities. He also spent numerous years furthering AMI Semiconductor's penetration into the automotive market, by working closely with a leading automotive OEM to understand the customer demands and requirements needed to develop quality products for automotive systems.

Klosterboer received his bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from Montana State University and currently resides in Pocatello, ID.

The commercial success of location-based services (LBS) has not yet caught up to the technology's potential. However, as voice revenues begin to decline, wireless carriers are turning to value-added services like LBS to help reduce churn, increase customer loyalty, and generate higher average revenue per user (ARPU). For LBS to reach profitable mass-market levels, carriers must overcome many challenges, including privacy, interoperability, roaming, and accuracy. Of course, the new services themselves must be appropriate, content-rich, easy-to-use, and robust.

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Most first-generation LBS offered by wireless carriers are based on Cell ID, where the network triangulates basestation signals to locate the handsey. Cell ID and its variants can offer reasonable location determination accuracy in urban areas, but performance in suburban and rural areas is often inconsistent and not very accurate. While potential location uncertainties of several kilometers might be adequate for basic LBS such as traffic reports, it's no match for more demanding services like personal navigation.

In the interest of accuracy, carriers began testing Time Difference of Arrival (TDOA) and Enhanced Observed Time Difference (E-OTD) technologies. In early 2003, major GSM carriers in the U.S. chose Uplink TDOA (U-TDOA) to help meet the FCC's E-911 mandate. However, both E-OTD and TDOA can require carriers to incur the cost of deploying a significant number of additional network elements known as location measurement units (LMUs). E-OTD also requires support in the handset's software.

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Another technology that's been gaining significant momentum is assisted GPS (A-GPS). A-GPS is very accurate and requires no additional cell sites, LMUs, or significant modifications to existing network equipment. It's already been successfully deployed by CDMA carriers in the U.S., Japan, and Korea, and widespread commercial rollout on GSM and W-CDMA networks is expected to ramp up early this year. A handful of W-CDMA operators, such as 3 in the U.K., are offering A-GPS-enabled LBS upon their initial network launch.

A-GPS uses an integrated GPS receiver in the handset, but a conventional GPS receiver isn't a perfect match for this application. A conventional GPS receiver needs to cleanly demodulate accurate time and orbital data from satellite signals. This occurs at a fairly slow rate, during which time reasonable and consistent GPS signal conditions must prevail. The result is a long start time or time-to-first-fix (TTFF) (from 30 seconds to 10 minutes, depending on previous receiver status) coupled with relatively poor sensitivity (GPS doesn't work well indoors) and high power consumption (as the receiver continually processes position data).

Battery problems in hybrid vehicles Let's look at Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV) technology, which combines the best characteristics of fuel-driven engines, electric motor drives, and energy storage components.

Mild or full hybrid vehicles have a combustion engine that functions as the primary power source, and an electric motor with a power storage system that functions as the secondary power source. Designers are able to size the combustion engine for cruising power requirements thanks to the presence of the secondary power source that handles the peak power demands for acceleration.

Additionally, regenerative braking energy is captured by the secondary power system, and that energy is applied for further acceleration or for the basic energy needs of supplementary electrical systems by using the secondary source.

Mini hybrid vehicles use a power generator that delivers the power required to handle start/stop idling only. Finally, in the micro hybrid concept, there is a power generator and power energy storage source to handle start/stop idling, fuel consumption reduction due to energy recuperation/acceleration assist, and to power some additional features like fast windshield heating.

Using only batteries to provide the electrical power storage has drawbacks in the hybrid applications.

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