SEOUL, KOREA: Dongbu HiTek announced that it will present new insights into its best-in-class Analog CMOS and BCDMOS processing/design technologies at the PCIM (Power Conversion Intelligent Motion) exhibit and conference, which commences its three-day run on May 8th in Nuremberg, Germany.
In addition to showcasing its best-in-class analog and mixed-signal semiconductor process technologies in the main exhibit hall (Booth 764), the Korean company will be participating in a “DC/DC Conversion” panel discussion on May 9th (Booth 670, 12:20-13:20) and making UHV 700V BCDMOS presentations two other days as follows:
May 8th (Foyer Ground Floor, 15:30-17:00) Poster Dialogue Session
“Design & Optimization of Robust 700V DR-LDMOS Using Thin Epitaxial Technology”
Presenter: Bon-Keun Jun, Dongbu HiTek Senior Manager, Process Development
May 10th (Booth 670, 14:40-1500) Forum Program
“UHV 700V Technology for High Efficiency Power IC”
Presenter: Lyes Djama, Dongbu HiTek European Marketing Director)
During the May 9th panel discussion, Dongbu HiTek will introduce a specialized Analog CMOS process (AN180X) for achieving highly efficient DC/DC conversion. Panel participants from Texas Instruments, Intersil, International Rectifier and Infineon are also expected to discuss their respective DC/DC conversion technologies.
Dongbu HiTek’s specialized BCDMOS technologies at the 0.35-micron node continue to emerge best-in-class across diverse applications. During PCIM, the company will be exhibiting two options for its superb UHV 700V process: an N-Epi version for industrial, automotive, military and medical electronics; and a Non-Epi version for lighting and power supply applications. The N-Epi process is ideal to implement gate drivers, motor drivers, solar energy inverters and IGBT modules; the Non-Epi version is well suited to implement ADCs, DC/DC converters and PFC controllers.
The company will also showcase four superb single-chip BCDMOS solutions: a high-voltage motor driver for industrial applications; and three others that address advanced automotive applications including Adaptive Front Lighting System (AFLS) to control headlights, Automatic Power Folding System (APFS) to control side-view mirrors and a Heated Steering Wheel Controller (HSWC).
Dongbu HiTek technologists will be on hand to discuss each of these specialized process technologies in greater detail, and how they can be fully leveraged to speed time to market and reduce overall manufacturing costs.