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"The moon has more water than was estimated" was a headline this year. "The rabbit on the moon is making rice cakes". (This is an old Japanese saying.) This phrase somehow seems cute and nostalgic. This year has wonderful full moons for 15 nights.
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Number Vol.61
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LAMINATE Technology with Internal Inductors for the World's First On-board Silicon Tuner Compatible with All Broadcasting Systems
Printed Circuit Board Functional Building Technology

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Second Generation DVB-T2/T/C Demodulator IC with Substantially Improved Functionality and Performance and Designed for Ease of Use
Second Generation DTMB and DVB-C Demodulator IC for China that Combines Improvements in Functionality and Performance with Compact Size
Diagonal 6.0 mm (Type 1/3) 950K-Effective Pixel Color CCD Image Sensor for Security Cameras Support 720p High-Definition Output
Analog Front End IC and Camera System IC for Security Cameras
The Industry's First Ultra-Small High-Definition Color OLED Displays
High-Resolution, Low-Temperature Polysilicon LCD Modules for Digital Cameras Using Newly Developed "RGBW Method" WhiteMagic™

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Sony is Aiming for Top Market Share in Demodulator ICs
Balancing discrete optimization with global standardization in the global trends of TV broadcast digitization

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