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SOURCE Research and Markets
DUBLIN, February 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/8sj9jg/yamaha_yas532b) has announced the addition of the "Yamaha YAS532B 3-Axis Geomagnetic Compass Reverse Costing" report to their offering.
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More than 6 years after the release of its first electronic Compass for consumer applications, Yamaha has released its third 3-Axis geomagnetic sensor.
In a market largely dominated by AKM, Yamaha has launched its new very small eCompass, 1.46mm x 1.46mm, based on a GMR principle, in order to gain market shares. The manufacturing process combines GMR deposition and surface micromachining , allowing to measure the 3-axis with one die. The YAS532B has the same performances that the new AKM device with an area 17% smaller.
Manufactured in a old foundry amortized, the YAS532B is very cheap.
The YAS532B integrates an ingenious magnetic concentrator.
This report provides a complete teardown of the 3-axis Geomagnetic Compass with:
Key Topics Covered:
1. Overview / Introduction
2. Company Profile
3. Physical Analysis
4. Manufacturing Process Flow
5. Cost Analysis
6. Estimated Price Analysis
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