Wednesday 28 June 1995 | 00:00 CET | News
Mikron (Gratkorn, Austria), developer of components for contactless smartcard and RF identification systems, has been acquired by Philips Semiconductors. With the acquisition, Philips will gain access to advanced technology in RF transmission, including anti-collision transmission and high-data rate RF comms, according to Kees Hage of Philips' automotive product and identification group. Philips will also be able to boost entry into fare collection, ticketing and road tolling.

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