The invention relates to a DC/DC converter (7) that is integrated into an integrated circuit (6).
The record carrier (1) has an integrated circuit (4) build in.
The integrated circuit provides a pressure transducer (58) and an integrated processor/encoder (68).
The read/write channel may be implemented on an integrated circuit.
Preferably, the embedded system device comprises a single integrated circuit.
The gate array does not contain explicit routing channels; routing is effected using the prewired routing that is integral with each gate array cell.
The IC device can be set in an IC socket while being mounted on the IC carrier.
A second integrated circuit may be stacked on the first integrated circuit such that signals from the second integrated circuit are communicated through the micropads and the interface tile to other circuitry on the first integrated circuit.
A manipulation of the first integrated circuit (2) cannot take place without a manipulation of the second integrated circuit (3), as a result of the positioning of said second integrated circuit (3) on top of the first integrated circuit (2).
The system also includes an automatic rate detection system (113) embodied in a second integrated circuit (116), where the first integrated circuit (109) is in data communication with the second integrated circuit (116).
The IC tag inlet includes an IC chip (6) and an antenna circuit (7) electrically connected to the IC chip.
A drive control circuit for controlling an electrochromic element is substantially integrated into an integrated circuit (22), with the exception of resistive elements (R12, R13) for dissipating heat away from the integrated circuit.
A corresponding input IC security key (52) is then provided to IC 10 and compared to a stored IC security key (30).
An IC package preferably includes an IC and encapsulating material surrounding the IC, with the encapsulating material having an opening therein to define an exposed portion of the IC.
The method provides for a defined separation or divide of the IC gate conductor from the IC crack stop or IC edge.
In order to protect an integrated circuit, in which security-related data is processed, a first integrated circuit (2) is masked by a second integrated circuit (3).
The fingers grip the IC from the sides so that they can drop the IC onto a carrier after flipping the IC.