Help by sharing this information Ukrainian media group harassed by broadcasting authority February 26, 2021 Find out more Organisation News UkraineEurope – Central Asia Condemning abuses Judicial harassmentArmed conflictsImprisonedHostagesFreedom of expressionCouncil of EuropeCitizen-journalistsInternet December 27, 2017 Ukraine: Separatists free blogger held since November 2016 Follow the news on Ukraine to go further Credit: Pryamyy Kanal Receive email alerts News News RSF_en UkraineEurope – Central Asia Condemning abuses Judicial harassmentArmed conflictsImprisonedHostagesFreedom of expressionCouncil of EuropeCitizen-journalistsInternet March 26, 2021 Find out more Crimean journalist “confesses” to spying for Ukraine on Russian TV Eduard Nedeliayev, a blogger who had been held for more than a year by separatist forces in the eastern city Lugansk, was released today in a prisoner exchange with the Ukrainian government.“We are glad that Eduard Nedeliayev can finally be reunited with his family even if nothing will be able to compensate for the many months spent in detention,” said Johann Bihr, head of the Eastern Europe and Central Asia desk at Reporters Without Borders (RSF). “We call on the separatists to now release the journalist Stanislav Aseyev as well.”Arrested by the self-proclaimed “Lugansk People’s Republic” in November 2016, Nedeliayev was sentenced to 14 years in prison on charges of spying and inciting hatred. Aseyev, a reporter for Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, is being held on similar charges by the “Donetsk People’s Republic.” Ukraine escalates “information war” by banning three pro-Kremlin media News September 7, 2020 Find out more
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Continue Reading Previous A.R. Bayer DSP Systeme: new features in Corelis’ ScanExpress software version 9.0Next Infineon and XAIN to collaborate on bringing blockchain into the car ROHM has announced the availability of a buck-boost power supply chipset that provides the lowest current consumption in the industry along with stable performance (transient response characteristics) in automotive ECUs for cluster panels and gateways used in start-stop vehicle systems. The chipset integrates a buck DC/DC converter with boost functionality (BD8P250MUF-C) and a dedicated boost IC (BD90302NUF-C). The primary chip (BD8P250MUF-C) utilizes ROHM’s novel buck-boost control technology, dubbed Quick Buck Booster, that enables configuration of a buck-boost power supply without degrading buck power supply characteristics by simply adding the dedicated BD90302NUF-C boost IC to the subsequent stage.The BD8P250MUF-C buck DC/DC converter integrated in ROHM’s chipset utilizes Quick Buck Booster control technology developed by leveraging proprietary analog design expertise, making it possible to easily switch to buck-boost operation without degrading buck performance which features superior characteristics over buck-boost.As a result, an output voltage fluctuation of ±100mV is achieved at a no-load current consumption of 8uA and 44uF output capacitance even in buck-boost configuration, making it the industry’s best buck-boost power supply (70% lower current consumption and 50% smaller output capacitance vs conventional products), contributing to greater energy savings and stability in a range of applications while reducing both the size and cost of the output capacitors.ROHM’s chipset with Quick Buck Booster technology makes it possible to provide a common design that combines both buck and buck-boost power supply operation on a single board along with the requisite peripheral components and noise countermeasures. This makes it easy to switch from buck to buck-boost operation by simply adding a dedicated boost IC, reducing design load by as much as 50% compared with conventional methods utilizing separate power supply boards.To meet market demands, the BD8P250MUF-C integrates a spread spectrum function as a countermeasure against noise (EMI), allowing it to clear the international standard (CISPR 25) for noise in the automotive sector. At the same time, ROHM’s original ultra-high-speed pulse control technology Nano Pulse Control is utilized to enable high speed operation at 2.2MHz that eliminates the effects on the AM radio band (1.84MHz max.), making it possible to achieve stable 5V output for ECU drive from high-voltage 36V input. This ensures low electromagnetic interference while enabling low voltage output from high voltage input without AM radio band interference, contributing to stable operation in automotive systems sensitive to noise.Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInMoreRedditTumblrPinterestWhatsAppSkypePocketTelegram Tags: Chips & Components