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    Rocky Linux Is Ready For Prime Time!

    For some small percentage of the Hackaday crowd, our world got turned upside down at the end of last year, when Red Hat announced changes to CentOS. That distro is …read more [...]

    Hacked AC Window Unit Split in Half to Cool the Garage

    It’s getting into the hot summer months for those of us in the Northern Hemisphere, and for many Hackaday readers, that means its time to get the old window air …read more [...]

    Fat Tire Bike Turned Hubless

    Bicycle wheels have looked pretty much the same for over a century, and for very good reason: It works. [The Q] decided to ignore reason for a bit and focus …read more [...]

    Active Ball Joint Uses Spherical Gear

    A common CAD operation is to take a 2D shape and extrude it into a 3D shape. But what happens if you take a gear and replicate it along a …read more [...]

    ISS Gets Roll-Out Solar Panels in Post-Shuttle Fix

    Astronauts are currently installing the first of six new solar arrays on the International Space Station (ISS), in a bid to bolster the reduced power generation capability of the original …read more [...]

    Chip Makers Respond to Demand Surge

    As chip demand surges, no less than 29 new foundries are expected to come online by the end of 2022. The post Chip Makers Respond to Demand Surge appeared first on EETimes. [...]

    Intel Shuffles Networking Groups, Product Mix

    CEO Pat Gelsinger puts his stamp on Intel’s far-flung networking units, targeting data center infrastructure and emerging AI. The post Intel Shuffles Networking Groups, Product Mix appeared first on EETimes. [...]

    SoC Runs AI Simultaneously on 14 Video Streams

    Ambarella launches two devices for computer vision and AI processing from multiple or single inputs in security cameras The post SoC Runs AI Simultaneously on 14 Video Streams appeared first on EETimes. [...]

    It’s time to stop thinking of ADAS as a pit stop toward autonomous vehicles and redefine ADAS standards to reflect the industry’s emphasis on improving current systems. The post As ADAS Market Advances, Is Autonomy Still the Right Goal? appeared first on EETimes. [...]

    Addressing the current chip shortage, the new facility will add 450,000 wafers per year. The post GlobalFoundries Expands Manufacturing to Singapore appeared first on EETimes. [...]

    New research develops a framework to understand the choices an electronic waste recycler has to make and the role that digital fraud prevention could have in preventing dishonest recycling practices. [...]

    An interdisciplinary team of researchers has succeeded in depositing nitrogen-containing organic molecules as a highly ordered layer on silicon. This opens up new perspectives for the development of more powerful semiconductor materials, which can be used, for example, in computers, photovoltaics or sensor technology. [...]

    Engineers developed inexpensive methods to make 'impossible materials' that interact in unusual ways with microwave energy. Thin film polymers inkjet printed with tiny component patterns collect or transmit energy with much greater selectivity, sensitivity, and power than conventional materials. [...]

    Researchers have discovered a method which will allow for faster communication systems and better energy saving electronics. [...]

    Scientists have used a compound made from a starch derivative and baking soda to help convert mechanical to electrical energy. The approach is cost-effective and biocompatible, and can help charge low-energy electronics like calculators and watches. [...]

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    Cambridgeshire-based Prism Electronics is celebrating 30 years manufacturing PCB assemblies. Based in St Ives, Prism’s products are using in instrumentation, medicine, transportation, communications, security, telemetry and industrial applications. It was established in 1991 when David Aspinall and Richard Walton arranged a management buy-out of their employer’s manufacturing division. “Contract electronics manufacturing was not yet well ... This story continues at Prism Electronics celebrates 30 years in Cambridgeshire Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

    Segger has created an operating system for industrial and IoT products, building it on its existing tool portfolio. “The emPower OS software package includes all core components: RTOS, GUI and file System, and communication software: TCP/IP, USB device, USB host and Modbus, as well as IoT Toolkit, security and compression modules,” according to the company. ... This story continues at Segger adds an IoT operating system: emPower OS Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

    XP Power has announced a series of three-phase 5kW ac-dc power supplies aimed at industrial electronics, process control, semiconductor fabrication, medical devices, LED lighting, water treatment, test and burn-in. Designed to run from inputs across 180 to 264Vac with full load, the supplies need an earth connection but not, the company emphasises, a neutral connection. ... This story continues at 5kV 3 phase PSU for industry Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

    Tower Semiconductor, the Israeli foundry, is to share a 300mm fab with  ST in Agrate. “The key parameter for industrial and economic performance of a fab is its utilization,” says ST CEO Jean-Marc Chery (pictured),  “with Tower we have a great partner for analogue, power and mixed-signal volume manufacturing that will enable us to qualify ... This story continues at Tower to share ST Agrate fab Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

    University of Cambridge micro-LED spin-out Porotech has raised £3m towards the development of its production technique and to develop its own supply chain ecosystem to help develop and produce products. Despite only spinning out in January 2020, Porotech claims to have been generating revenue for 10 months and be “working with some of the biggest global names in ... This story continues at University of Cambridge micro-LED start-up gets £3m Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

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    TI bridges the high-speed and precision gap with new SAR ADC family, including the industry's fastest 18-bit ADC

    Engineers can design high-speed digital control loops with the highest dynamic range and lowest latency while reducing power consumption by as much as 65% [...]

    TI reports first quarter 2021 financial results and shareholder returns

    Conference call on TI website at 3:30 p.m. Central time today www.ti.com/ir [...]

    Industry's first DC/DC controllers with an integrated active EMI filter enable engineers to achieve the smallest low-EMI power designs

    Designers can optimize the size and EMI of the power supply in industrial and automotive electronics with new buck controllers from TI [...]

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    Segger has created an operating system for industrial and IoT products, building it on its existing tool portfolio. “The emPower OS software package includes all core components: RTOS, GUI and file System, and communication software: TCP/IP, USB device, USB host and Modbus, as well as IoT Toolkit, security and compression modules,” according to the company. ... This story continues at Segger adds an IoT operating system: emPower OS Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

    XP Power has announced a series of three-phase 5kW ac-dc power supplies aimed at industrial electronics, process control, semiconductor fabrication, medical devices, LED lighting, water treatment, test and burn-in. Designed to run from inputs across 180 to 264Vac with full load, the supplies need an earth connection but not, the company emphasises, a neutral connection. ... This story continues at 5kV 3 phase PSU for industry Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

    University of Cambridge micro-LED spin-out Porotech has raised £3m towards the development of its production technique and to develop its own supply chain ecosystem to help develop and produce products. Despite only spinning out in January 2020, Porotech claims to have been generating revenue for 10 months and be “working with some of the biggest global names in ... This story continues at University of Cambridge micro-LED start-up gets £3m Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

    IAR Systems has added support for AndeStar V5 Risc-V Performance Extension to Embedded Workbench for Risc-V. The toolchain supports all 32bit Andes V5 Risc-V cores, including N22, N25F, D25F, A25, A27, N45, D45 and A45. Risc-V Packed SIMD/DSP extension specification (RVP draft) and the corresponding intrinsic functions as well as Andes DSP libraries are supported. “AndeStar ... This story continues at IAR Systems adds support for AndeStar V5 Risc-V Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

    Power Integrations has announced a 600V 12A diode with a typical reverse recovery charge (Qrr) of 14nC at 25°C, claiming this as an industry best. “The Qrr of these new Qspeed diodes is half that of the next best ultra-fast silicon diodes, resulting in high system efficiency,” according to company marketing manager Edward Ong. “This is particularly ... This story continues at Silicon 600V 12A diodes push back against SiC for PFC Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

    Small Cell Forum releases next generation 5G FAPI specifications demonstrating maturity of the interfaces and adding macro cell features

    The suite of 5G FAPI specifications underpins the high-performance low-cost components integral to 5G mobile base stations, whether small cell or macro London, UK – 16th June 2021 - Small Cell Forum (SCF) today announced the release of its updated 5G FAPI PHY and RF specifications, as well as an updated 5G network FAPI specification and a testing framework for S-RU and S-DUs. The updated specifications and new test support paper developed by the SCF... Source: RealWire [...]

    Housing Technology Launches Transformative ‘Housing On Demand’ Streaming Platform - Launch Comment by Midge Ure (Musician), Lord John Bird (Big Issue)

    A new ‘on-demand’ streaming app is being launched by Housing Technology, the UK’s leading technology information service and broadcaster for the UK housing sector. The Housing Technology On-Demand app will deliver the expertise of technology leaders from the world of housing to those working in the sector around the clock. Topics range from the future of 3D printed homes to the use of the Internet of Things (IoT) systems for managing areas as diverse as... Source: RealWire [...]

    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 [...]

    Holland Family Law Achieves Time Savings of Up To 80% with Zylpha Document Bundling Software

    An investment in secure ‘Pay As You Go’ bundling software has driven efficiency and freed up more time for clients. By choosing document bundling software from Zylpha (www.zylpha.com), Leicester based practice, Holland Family Law (www.hollandfamilylaw.co.uk), has seen document bundling production time drop by up to 80%, freeing up considerably more time to spend with clients.In using the digital platform, the widely respected practice has also been able to significantly reduce stationery and storage costs whilst... Source: RealWire [...]

    Oracle Solicitors Opts For Zylpha’s ‘Pay As You Bundle’ Document Solution

    Top London law firm Oracle Solicitors has chosen a Pay As You Go legal document bundling software from Zylpha (www.zylpha.com). Zylpha significantly reduces the time taken to produce document bundles, enabling more time to be spent with clients and enabling staff to work remotely. Oracle Solicitors has strong commercial, corporate and personal operations available through its offices in London, Birmingham, Manchester, Edinburgh, Ireland, Frankfurt, Poznań and Addis Ababa. The practice believes that the quality of... Source: RealWire [...]

    Beeston Shenton Chooses Zylpha's PAY AS YOU GO eBundling Software For Court Files

    Beeston Shenton Solicitors has chosen PAY AS YOU GO software from Zylpha (www.zylpha.com) to prepare electronic court and client document bundles. With offices in Newcastle-under-Lyme, Sandbach, and Knutsford, Beeston Shenton has a simple philosophy: ‘community first’. And, with notably high online customer service ratings, the practice has built up a strong local reputation for providing top-flight expertise. An important element of this is the quality of the document files that are sent to court. With... Source: RealWire [...]

    Housing Technology Launches Transformative ‘Housing On Demand’ Streaming Platform - Launch Comment by Midge Ure (Musician), Lord John Bird (Big Issue)

    A new ‘on-demand’ streaming app is being launched by Housing Technology, the UK’s leading technology information service and broadcaster for the UK housing sector. The Housing Technology On-Demand app will deliver the expertise of technology leaders from the world of housing to those working in the sector around the clock. Topics range from the future of 3D printed homes to the use of the Internet of Things (IoT) systems for managing areas as diverse as... Source: RealWire [...]

    Evolve takes LEAP forward with Zylpha's eBundling

    Manchester and Cheshire-based practice, Evolve Family Law, has chosen market-leading 'Pay As You Go' document 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 Evolve to spend more time supporting clients in the friendly and personal way that is central to their approach. Zylpha's digital software contains everything... Source: RealWire [...]