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    Hack Another ELF On The Stack

    [dropbear] recently found herself in a pickle. Dumping some data out of an Android app at a specific point for reverse engineering purposes. While it worked great in the simulator, …read more [...]

    Expedient Jig Lets You Crank Out Chain Link Fence

    After the zombie apocalypse or whatever is coming, folks like us will be in high demand as the people who know how to fix things, generate electricity, and scavenge parts. …read more [...]

    Receive Virtual Postcards on This Beautiful E-Ink Photo Frame

    Sending postcards to loved ones used to be standard procedure for travelers back when travel was glamorous and communications were slow. While some travelers still keep this tradition alive, many …read more [...]

    Bi-Color Filament Kicks 3D Printed Optical Illusions Up a Notch

    A new video from [Make Anything] shows off a nice combo that has a real visual impact: ambiguous shapes that look different depending on what angle they are viewed at, …read more [...]

    Smart Contact Lenses Put You Up Close to the Screen

    Google Glass didn’t take off as expected, but — be honest — do you really want to walk around with that hardware on your head? The BBC recently covered Mojo, …read more [...]

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    A new materials database reveals more than 90,000 known 'topological' materials with persistent electronic properties. [...]

    Electronic devices generate heat, and that heat must be dissipated. The high temperatures can compromise device function or even damage the devices and surroundings if it isn't. Now, a team has detailed a new cooling method that offers a host of benefits, not the least of which is space efficiency which offers a substantial increase over conventional approaches in devices' power per unit volume. [...]

    Electronic nematicity, believed to be an important ingredient in high-temperature superconductivity, is primarily spin-driven in the iron-based superconductor FeSe, reveals a new study. [...]

    A new type of carbon allotrope, holey graphyne, has semiconductor properties and is applicable in various fields such as photoelectronics, sensors, and water purification. [...]

    Researchers have proposed a novel system inspired by the neuromodulation of the brain, referred to as a 'stashing system,' that requires less energy consumption. Computer scientists have now developed a technology that can efficiently handle mathematical operations for artificial intelligence by imitating the continuous changes in the topology of the neural network according to the situation. [...]

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    The City of London is to get a small cell mobile communication pilot project, offering multi-operator 4G and 5G connectivity at street level. “If the pilot is successful, the ambition is for a City-wide deployment that will deliver faster mobile connectivity speeds across the Square Mile”, according to network service provider Freshwave, which will be working with ... This story continues at 5G small cell trial for City of London Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

    National Instruments has announced a fleet of vehicles for Europe, the US and China that will record data for autonomous driving research. The intention is to provide data for training, testing and validating perception algorithms and hardware. “ADAS data recording is one of the most complex challenges, as data from multiple sensor modalities – camera, ... This story continues at National instruments launches ADAS data gathering fleet Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

    Wafer capacity for image sensors was one million 200mm-equivalent wafers per month at the end of 2021 and is expected to grow 13% this year, according to Knometa Research’s Global Wafer Capacity 2022 By the end of 2026, installed capacity for image sensors is projected to be 1.8 million 200mm-equiv. wafers per month. That’s an average ... This story continues at Image sensor wafer capacity to grow 13% this year Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

    Infineon has added to its LITIX LED controller portfolio with the dual-channel, stand-alone DC-DC controller TLD6098-2ES. The controller is the first product that can drive a full LED headlamp by itself without an additional microcontroller. It can also operate the four standard LED front light functions: High Beam (HB), Low Beam (LB), Daytime Running Lights ... This story continues at Infineon LED controller integrates MCU Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

    Euroconsult, a Paris-based consultancy specialising in the space sector, has released its 2022 space logistics satellite market report, outlining the on-orbit services required to sustain a space ecosystem. It says such services, ranging from launches to satellites’ end of life, are expected to generate $4.4 billion in revenue by 2031, with the involvement of more ... This story continues at Euroconsult sizes $4.4bn Space Logistics market Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

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    CommAgility has introduced a four-channel 5G small cell gNodeB platform for industrial private networks, cloud applications and video streaming. SC-RF4-5Gn78 is a standalone small cell for indoor use complete with baseband and RF hardware based on NXP’s Layerscape and Layerscape Access SoCs that combine 16 Arm Cortex-A72 cores with NXP’s VSPA DSP cores, security and wireless ... This story continues at Four-channel 5G small cell design for licencing Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

    Toshiba has teamed up with MikroElektronika to create motor drive modules in one of Mikroe’s  interchangeable standard PCB formats – Clicker 4 in this case. “Mikroe Clicker 4 development board for Toshiba’s M4K MCU, combined with the Clicker 4 Inverter Shield is a solution for experimenting with brushless dc motor control,” according to Toshiba. Clicker ... This story continues at Modular brushless dc motor control development boards Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

    To save bench top space, Keysight has added a voltmeter and a bunch of other instruments into a family of oscilloscopes that offer a choice of 100MHz, 200MHz, 350MHz, 500MHz or 1GHz bandwidth. “The 3000G X-Series adds eight new standard features plus seven-in-one functional integration into the same form factor as Keysight’s 3000T and 3000A X-Series ... This story continues at Benchtop scope has DVM, frequency counter, and a whole lot more Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

    Microchip has announced a cyber-attack-resilient microcontroller family for securing end-user equipment that goes “beyond NIST 800-193 Platform Firmware Resiliency guidelines with run-time firmware protection that anchors the secure boot process while establishing an entire chain-of-trust for the system”, according to the company, adding that it is also designed for Open Compute Project Security Called CEC173x, the aim ... This story continues at Microcontroller adds strong security to larger systems Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

    Yokogowa has revealed a power transformer variant of its WT5000 precision power analyser. WT5000TR is aimed at transformer manufacturers and offers 0.008% accuracy (power factor =1, 12months after calibration), making it “the world’s most accurate power analyser”, claimed the company. The analyser is delivered with calibration certificates from Yokogawa’s ISO17025 calibration laboratory, for low power factor measurements ... This story continues at Precision power analyser for transformers Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

    Codasip adopts Siemens' OneSpin tools for formal verification

    Higher-quality verification to drive adoption and build momentum for RISC-V IP Munich, 3 May 2022 – Codasip, the leader in processor design automation, has expanded its adoption of formal verification solutions for comprehensive and thorough processor testing with the addition of OneSpin IC verification tools from Siemens EDA. Codasip has continually invested heavily in processor verification to underpin the company’s ability to deliver the industry’s highest quality RISC-V processor IP. Siemens EDA’s OneSpin tools provide... Source: RealWire [...]

    LKQ Expects Major Savings in Cost and CO2 from Traction Battery Repair and Remanufacturing

    In a joint study, RWTH Aachen University and LKQ have investigated challenges with defective and end-of-life traction batteries of battery-electric vehicles (BEV) and demonstrate possible solutions in battery reuse, remanufacturing, repair, and recycling. At the 43rd International Vienna Motor Symposium, the Chair "Production Engineering of E-Mobility Components" (PEM) of RWTH Aachen University, Germany, and LKQ Europe presented their investigation on challenges of traction batteries that occur over time and usage, like failures of components and... Source: RealWire [...]

    Kelsterbach, 3. Mai 2022 – Many manufacturing companies, including those in the United Kingdom (UK) and Ireland, are moving towards producing PCBs they need for their production in-house. The European sales head office FUJI EUROPE CORPORATION GmbH, which sells own branded SMD placement machines for placement of various electrical and electronic components, is further expanding its activities in both European and UK markets. Martin Rennie is announced as the new Branch Manager UK & Ireland... Source: RealWire [...]

    Codasip appoints Jamie Broome as its Automotive VP

    Codasip presents car makers with a breakthrough in innovation and ownership of differentiation Munich, Germany – 21 April 2022 — Codasip, the leader in customizable RISC-V processor IP, today announced it has appointed Jamie Broome as its new VP Automotive. Broome brings over 20 years of experience in semiconductors and complex IP, SoCs and the automotive supply chain, having recently led Imagination Technologies’ Automotive Business unit dealing with the entire industry, from manufacturers to tier... Source: RealWire [...]

    450connect selects HUBER+SUHNER as the supplier for LTE450 MHz antennas and components for Germany’s 450 MHz network platform

    Cologne, Germany, 21 March 2022 - 450connect has partnered with HUBER+SUHNER for the supply of antennas and components to build the 450 MHz platform across Germany. 450connect builds and operates the secure 450 MHz platform for the digitisation of Germany’s critical infrastructure – a critical step in achieving the country’s energy policy goals. The use of HUBER+SUHNER antennas and components in this frequency range will deliver secure and reliable network communications, ensuring signal penetration and... Source: RealWire [...]

    Codasip adopts Siemens' OneSpin tools for formal verification

    Higher-quality verification to drive adoption and build momentum for RISC-V IP Munich, 3 May 2022 – Codasip, the leader in processor design automation, has expanded its adoption of formal verification solutions for comprehensive and thorough processor testing with the addition of OneSpin IC verification tools from Siemens EDA. Codasip has continually invested heavily in processor verification to underpin the company’s ability to deliver the industry’s highest quality RISC-V processor IP. Siemens EDA’s OneSpin tools provide... Source: RealWire [...]

    Codasip appoints Jamie Broome as its Automotive VP

    Codasip presents car makers with a breakthrough in innovation and ownership of differentiation Munich, Germany – 21 April 2022 — Codasip, the leader in customizable RISC-V processor IP, today announced it has appointed Jamie Broome as its new VP Automotive. Broome brings over 20 years of experience in semiconductors and complex IP, SoCs and the automotive supply chain, having recently led Imagination Technologies’ Automotive Business unit dealing with the entire industry, from manufacturers to tier... Source: RealWire [...]

    Urban Control and Nordic Semiconductor Develop World's First Plug-and-Play IoT LED Streetlight Controller to Make Any City Instantly Smart

    Set for initial deployment in April 2022, the Urban Node 324 Cellular is simple to deploy and can scale cost-effectively from one streetlight to millions London, UK & Oslo, NOR Thursday 21st April 2022 Urban Control, the leading smart city solutions provider, today announced that working together with Nordic Semiconductor it has developed a plug-and-play IoT LED streetlight luminaire controller that is quick to install and can scale-up to millions of lights. The Urban Node... Source: RealWire [...]

    Wyld launches sensor-to-satellite technology for global IoT connectivity

    Partnership with Eutelsat provides access to LEO satellite network 22 March 2022: Wyld Networks has announced the availability of its new range of low-power, sensor-to-satellite LoRaWAN® terminals and modules for IoT applications across areas where there is little or no alternative connectivity. The Wyld Connect hybrid devices can transfer data directly to terrestrial networks or through a network of Low Earth Orbiting (LEO) satellites through a partnership with Eutelsat. With 100 percent global coverage, the... Source: RealWire [...]

    Codasip University Program spurs innovation and boosts curriculums

    Keith Graham appointed Head of University Program Munich, 10 March 2022 – Codasip, the leader in processor design automation, has launched a University Program to help the next generation of processor engineers to Design for Differentiation and to solve tomorrow’s technological challenges. The Program augments graduate and undergraduate computer engineering curriculums with materials and assignments, and by granting access to industry-grade Codasip RISC-V custom development tools and CodAL high-level synthesis language. Access to Codasip Studio... Source: RealWire [...]