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SANYO Group Cell Phone Components
[SANYO Original technology]
Integrated System in Board
Integrated System in Board Application Products
Cell Phone Block Diagram Examples
Frame Transfer Full-Color CCD Sensors
1/4-Type 3.2 MP CCD Camera Module for Cell Phones
System-on-chip FM Radio ICs for Miniature Cell Phones
System-on-chip FM Radio ICs Easy Radio ICTM Series
Sound Generator IC (MIDI)
Audio Compression IC
Terrestrial Digital One-Segment Chipset
Cell Phone Video Drivers
NTSC/PAL Video Encoder
Earphone Mic Solutions
LED Driver ICs
New Charge Pump ICs
Motor Drivers for Cell Phones
Amorphous Optical Sensors
Cell Phone Discrete Devices
SANYO's Lineup of High-Reliability Discrete Devices
C O N T E N T S
■ Any and all SANYO products described or contained herein do not have
specifications that can handle applications that require extremely high levels of
reliability, such as life-support systems, aircraft's control systems, or other
applications whose failure can be reasonably expected to result in serious
physical and/or material damage. Consult with your SANYO representative
nearest you before using any SANYO products described or contained herein in
■ SANYO assumes no responsibility for equipment failures that result from using
products at values that exceed, even momentarily, rated values (such as
maximum ratings, operating condition ranges, or other parameters) listed in
products specifications of any and all SANYO products described or contained
■ Specifications of any and all SANYO products described or contained herein
stipulate the performance, characteristics, and functions of the described
products in the independent state, and are not guarantees of the performance,
characteristics, and functions of the described products as mounted in the
customer's products or equipment. To verify symptoms and states that cannot be
evaluated in an independent device, the customer should always evaluate and
test devices mounted in the customer's products or equipment.
■ SANYO Electric Co., Ltd. strives to supply high-quality high-reliability products.
However, any and all semiconductor products fail with some probability. It is
possible that these probabilistic failures could give rise to accidents or events
that could endanger human lives, that could give rise to smoke or fire, or that
could cause damage to other property. When designing equipment, adopt safety
measures so that these kinds of accidents or events cannot occur. Such
measures include but are not limited to protective circuits and error prevention
circuits for safe design, redundant design, and structural design.
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described or contained herein are controlled under any of applicable local export
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without notice due to product/technology improvement, etc. When designing
Notes on Package Types and Naming
The package names used in this documentation are designed to indicate rough
classification of the packages used, and do not necessarily indicate the formal name of
each individual package.
Refer to the delivery specifications document for the particular product for the package
dimensions figure and the formal name of the package.
SANYO's leading-edge technologies support
advances in portable electronic equipment.
With the increasingly wide adoption of 3G and later cell phone infrastructure,
cell phones are featuring even more advanced and diverse functionality.
The speed with which multimedia functionality is being adopted is increasing,
and that trend is not limited to Japan, but is spreading worldwide.
SANYO has, for the first time in the industry,
adopted a 1/9-type CCD image sensor for cell phones.
SANYO is moving towards the megapixel age in camera cell phones,
starting with the chip size package (CSP).
Furthermore, SANYO continues to contribute to the development
of the cell phone market with efforts such as developing
SANYO's unique Integrated System in Board module technology
that achieves even higher densities and thinner form factors,
developing QVGA OLED displays,
the Easy Radio ICTM series that makes it easy
to include a radio receiver in portable equipment,
providing an extensive lineup of motor drivers for zoom,
autofocus, and other functions in cell phone cameras,
and developing power supply ICs for high pixel count CCDs.
Higher pixel counts, further miniaturization, and lower power.
To respond to these market needs
and to provide new areas of added value
for our customers' products,
SANYO uses their subtle technological arts
to expand their lineup of diverse chipsets
and individual devices.
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