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    Now that it is relatively cheap and easy to create a PCB, it is a common occurrence for them to be used in projects. However, there are a lot of subtleties to creating high-performance boards that don’t show up so …read more [...]

    Rechargeable batteries are ubiquitous these days, freeing us from the expense and hassle of using disposable cells. However, this has come with the caveat that many manufacturers demand their equipment only be used with their own official batteries. [aeropic] wasn’t …read more [...]

    Piezo elements have the useful property of being bidirectional; that is they can move when you apply electricity to them, but they can also generate electricity when you move them. [Carl] takes advantage of this fact to make buttons that …read more [...]

    Humans have unfortunately not yet evolved the ability to photosynthesize or recharge from an electricity source, which is why astronauts well into the future of spaceflight will need to have access to food sources. Developing ways to grow food in …read more [...]

    The Politics of Supersonic Flight: the Concord(e)

    Every nation has icons of national pride: a sports star, a space mission, or a piece of architecture. Usually they encapsulate a country’s spirit, so citizens can look up from their dreary lives and say “Now there‘s something I …read more [...]

    PUF is a Hardware Solution for the Sunburst Hack

    PUF technology will be key to mitigating Sunburst-like hacks thanks to their ability to perform digital certification and identity authentication. The post PUF is a Hardware Solution for the Sunburst Hack appeared first on EETimes. [...]

    2021 Perspectives: Where Autonomous Vehicles Will Stand

    It is time to do some speculation on what may happen with autonomous vehicles in 2021. Last year was somewhat muted in the AV industry. The post 2021 Perspectives: Where Autonomous Vehicles Will Stand appeared first on EETimes. [...]

    The Latest Gadgets Unveiled at CES 2021

    The latest gadgets were unveiled at CES 2021 including robots, drones, health monitors, holographs, and smart perfume. The post The Latest Gadgets Unveiled at CES 2021 appeared first on EETimes. [...]

    CXL gathers speed with 2.0 spec

    Updates in CXL 2.0 are driven by evolving datacenter architectures that must support new workloads, specifically artificial intelligence. The post CXL gathers speed with 2.0 spec appeared first on EETimes. [...]

    AI Startup Targets Edge Learning, Raises $8M

    Startup AlphaICs to tape out 8 TOPS edge learning chip next month The post AI Startup Targets Edge Learning, Raises $8M appeared first on EETimes. [...]

    Graphene Flagship experts identify key opportunities in graphene commercialisation after a comprehensive three-year analysis of production methods and potential applications. [...]

    Degradable, bio-based polymers offer options for chemical recycling, and they can be a tool to store and release useful molecules. Scientists have developed a class of sugar-based polymers that are degradable through acid hydrolysis. The researchers also integrated 'cargo' molecules in the polymer, which are designed to split off after polymer degradation. [...]

    Scientists have miniaturized the optical components required to cool atoms down to a few thousandths of a degree above absolute zero, the first step in employing them on microchips to drive a new generation of super-accurate atomic clocks, enable navigation without GPS, and simulate quantum systems. [...]

    Scientists create movies of the ultrafast motion of electrons traveling through an organic semiconductor with atomic-level resolution. This work may lead to more powerful and miniaturized smart devices. [...]

    Scientists have developed a metamaterial whose mechanical properties can be reprogrammed on demand and whose internal structure can be modified by applying a magnetic field. [...]

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    For those working in the important area of embedded security, please note the forthcoming webinar: “Revolutionizing Embedded Security – Solving the Threat of Cyber Attacks”. It is presented by David Maidment, director of Secure Devices Ecosystem within the Architecture and Technology Group at Arm, and among other topics he’ll be examining PSA Certified and Root ... This story continues at Webinar: Embedded Security, Solving the Threat of Cyber Attacks Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

    Icotek KEL-DPZ-HD cable entry plates have been specially developed for the use in the food and pharmaceutical industries. “Working within the hygienic design [EHEDG] guidelines, Icotek have taken great care to make the surface very smooth, avoiding any dirt-collecting recesses on the visible side. The outer contour radius of 6mm, rather than the required minimum of 3mm, ... This story continues at Food safe entry plates for enclosures Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

    Infineon is aiming at power factor correction and synchronous rectification with a 24V 10A dual channel low-side gate driver for mosfets and IGBTs. Called 2ED24427N01F, it provides symmetrical source and sink capability with 450mΩ (max) source and sink on-resistance per channel and 55ns propagation delay. The package is a 5 x 6mm DSO-8 with a solder-down ... This story continues at Dual low-side gate drive delivers 20V and 10A Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

    Pat Gelsinger (pictured) spooked Wall Street on Friday by saying he’s committed to Intel regaining process technology leadership when he takes over on February 15th. “Clearly, we’re not interested in just closing gaps,” said Gelsinger, “we’re interested in resuming that position of the unquestioned leader in process technology, and that’s our commitment.” The financial community had ... This story continues at Intel Committed To Process Technology Leadership Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

    GlobalWafers of Taiwan has bid €4.4 billion for Germany’s Siltronic. The bid of €145 a share topped a previous bid of €125 made on December 10th. GlobalWafers said its latest offer represents fair value and is final. Siltronic shares rose 4% to close at €145.05 on Friday. The Siltronic board said it “considers the tender ... This story continues at GlobalWafers bids $4.4bn for Siltronic Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

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    TI revolutionizes EV battery management with the industry's best-performing wireless BMS solution, the first concept assessed for enabling ASIL D systems

    TÜV SÜD-assessed functional safety concept and advanced product portfolio empower automakers to build more reliable and efficient electric vehicles [...]

    New high-accuracy battery monitor and balancer from TI improves performance of wired and wireless battery management systems

    Engineers can diagnose battery failures in high-voltage systems in half the time, achieve ASIL D certification and extend driving range in hybrid and electric vehicles   [...]

    Texas Instruments makes high-reliability products immediately available for purchase on TI.com

    TI opens its inventory of thousands of space-grade and military-grade products to help aerospace and defense electronics companies meet growing demand [...]

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    Icotek KEL-DPZ-HD cable entry plates have been specially developed for the use in the food and pharmaceutical industries. “Working within the hygienic design [EHEDG] guidelines, Icotek have taken great care to make the surface very smooth, avoiding any dirt-collecting recesses on the visible side. The outer contour radius of 6mm, rather than the required minimum of 3mm, ... This story continues at Food safe entry plates for enclosures Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

    Infineon is aiming at power factor correction and synchronous rectification with a 24V 10A dual channel low-side gate driver for mosfets and IGBTs. Called 2ED24427N01F, it provides symmetrical source and sink capability with 450mΩ (max) source and sink on-resistance per channel and 55ns propagation delay. The package is a 5 x 6mm DSO-8 with a solder-down ... This story continues at Dual low-side gate drive delivers 20V and 10A Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

    A new whitepaper available on Electronics Weekly details energy harvesting for remote switches using Zigbee, for example for use in Smart Homes and Buildings. Download the whitepaper » Written by On Semiconductor, with an IoT focus, it covers how best to achieve the benefits of wireless, battery-free switches. It writes: “These devices offer unparalleled flexibility for deployment within buildings ... This story continues at Whitepaper: ON Semi – IoT and Energy Harvesting Zigbee Green Power Switches Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

    Raspberry Pi launched its first microcontroller-class product yesterday – the RP2040 – and Arduino have now announced they are working with it for their own board, which will be the Arduino Nano RP2040 Connect. The RP2040 (right) was newly developed at the Raspberry Pi Foundation and the Pi Pico builds on it as a standalone ... This story continues at Arduino builds on the Raspberry Pi RP2040 Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

    ST’s BPF8089-01SC6 RF front-end for GNSS integrates the impedance-matching and ESD protection circuitry typically implemented using discrete components. The device provides a 50Ω matched interface between the receiver’s antenna and low-noise amplifier (LNA), and is ready to plug-and-play with ST’s STA8089 and STA8090 LNAs. The chip typically replaces a matching network containing up to five capacitors, ... This story continues at GNSS front end integrates impedance matching and ESD circuitry Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

    White paper follows extensive performance testing – carried out with Rosenberger Hochfrequenztechnik – on five plating types under a 720 hrs salt spray corrosion test As leading suppliers of radio frequency (RF) and optical connectivity components for telecommunications, space and defence and test and measurement applications, HUBER+SUHNER and Rosenberger worked closely together to create this white paper. The findings of ground-breaking research into RF plating which discovers the most resilient plating for corrosion resistance have... Source: RealWire [...]

    Picocom selects UltraSoC in-system analytics and monitoring IP for 5G New Radio small cell SoC

    Includes system-wide analytics for in-life use, benefiting Picocom engineering and customer development CAMBRIDGE, UK – 17 June 2020 - UltraSoC today announced that Picocom, the 5G open RAN baseband semiconductor and software specialist, has selected UltraSoC’s hardware-based analytics and monitoring IP for use in Picocom’s upcoming baseband system-on-chip (SoC) for 5G small cells. The UltraSoC IP enables Picocom and its customers to monitor, analyze and fine-tune the performance of their systems throughout the whole product... Source: RealWire [...]

    HARTING: A powerful partner for Industry 4.0 and IIoT

    HARTING T1 Industrial available ex stock / All infrastructure components for IIoT networks / SPE Industrial Partner Network expands to 20 members Espelkamp, 6 May, 2020 --- Extraordinary times call for new methods of communication: In 2020, the HARTING Technology Group will – for the first time – be presenting innovative and state-of-the-art products and solutions for the Industry 4.0 and IIoT megatrends in purely digital form. Under the HARTING Experts Camp lable, the connectivity... Source: RealWire [...]

    HUBER+SUHNER unveils the most versatile high voltage distribution solution for electric vehicles

    HUBER+SUHNER, a leading global supplier of electrical and optical connectivity solutions, has today launched the latest off-the-shelf High Voltage Distribution solution for every type of electric vehicle (EV) – the modular High Voltage Distribution Unit (mHVDU). Managing up to 800 Volts DC, the mHVDU is the leading solution in the EV industry and the most effective in cases of extreme usage in harsh environments. The configurable nature of this modular solution offers a great benefit... Source: RealWire [...]

    Research into corporate sustainability practices reveals the role global organizations play in damaging natural environments AUSTIN and LONDON -- April 21, 2020—New research launched today by Blancco Technology Group (LON: BLTG), the industry standard in data erasure and mobile device diagnostics, explores the issues associated with the corporate sustainability practices that some of the world’s largest enterprises are following today. Blancco’s study, Poor sustainability practices – enterprises are overlooking the e-waste problem, produced in partnership... Source: RealWire [...]

    Leading Galway Family Law Solicitor Chooses Zylpha For Document Bundling

    Galway based Manifold Solicitors has chosen market leading bundling software from Zylpha (www.zylpha.com). The practice will use the software in conjunction with its LEAP case management systems. By using Zylpha, the time taken to produce document bundles is reduced by up to 80%, enabling more time to be spent with clients. Manifold Solicitors practices family law exclusively, offering a comprehensive service based on its very particular skill set and focus. High quality client care is... Source: RealWire [...]

    Zylpha Launches Latest Pay As You Bundle Version In Recognition of Its First 250 LEAP Customers

    Zylpha (www.zylpha.com) has announced a significant new version of its widely acclaimed ‘Pay As You Go’ integration for LEAP’s practice management software (www.leap.co.uk). This new version builds on the success of Zylpha’s original LEAP integration, which has already secured 250 users including: Dovaston Law, Bell Lamb & Johnson, Joanna Connolly Solicitors and Mulcahy Smith. With Zylpha’s prices now starting at just £45 per bundle, legal document bundling has become truly affordable with firms only paying... Source: RealWire [...]

    Lupton Fawcett Chooses Zylpha Document Bundling

    With offices in Leeds, Sheffield and York, award winning top 150 law firm Lupton Fawcett has chosen Zylpha’s Document Bundling platform. The software will be used in conjunction with the practice’s Visualfiles case-management system from LexisNexis. When combined with LexisNexis Visualfiles, Zylpha’s Electronic Bundling software contains everything that Lupton Fawcett needs to create the most professional legal document bundles. These can be accessed from a single-view dashboard-like screen, which makes it clear, concise and... Source: RealWire [...]

    Mulcahy Smith Chooses Zylpha For Pay As You Go Electronic Document Bundling

    Mulcahy Smith has chosen Zylpha (www.zylpha.com) for the production of Electronic Document Bundles. The software, which delivers compliant easy to use bundles on a cost-effective Pay As You Go basis, has transformed the practice’s ability to prepare, maintain and distribute compliant online documents and files securely. Since 1935, Mulcahy Smith has helped thousands of people around Gateshead to navigate their legal issues. The practice currently offers a broad range of services including: Conveyancing, Sale and... Source: RealWire [...]

    Zylpha’s ‘Pay As You Bundle’ Software Drives Cost-Effective Compliance At Courts Of All Levels For Joanna Connolly Solicitors

    Joanna Connolly Solicitors has chosen ‘Pay As You Go’ ebundling software from Zylpha (www.zylpha.com). The software will be used to prepare court bundles in conjunction with the practice’s LEAP case management software. The effective preparation of professional legal and court document bundles is essential to Joanna Connolly solicitors, as the practice operates in courts of all levels throughout the UK. Currently, the practice has ongoing cases in the High Court and the Court of Appeal.... Source: RealWire [...]