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    Smartphones and voice assistants are the typical way most of us interact with our smart devices around the home, but it doesn’t have to be the only way. [Sam March] …read more [...]

    LibreVNA Is A Quality Open Hardware Vector Network Analyser

    There was a time when a Vector Network Analyser or VNA was the type of instrument that cost as much as a very fancy car or even a small house. …read more [...]

    Hands-On With PineCube: An Open IP Camera Begging for Better Kernel Support

    When the PineCube was announced by the Pine64 project in 2020, it created a fair bit of interest. Most of this was due to the appeal of a single-board computer …read more [...]

    Woofer-Based Parts Cleaner Bounces to the Beat

    Is there anything more satisfying than building a useful machine from mostly junk? We think not. [ke4mcl] is a big fan of reusing and repurposing things before settling for the …read more [...]

    The Fascinating World of Fasciation

    The other day, I saw this gigantic mutant strawberry on reddit that looked like it had either been growing in a radiation zone, hitting the gym regularly, or sprinkled with …read more [...]

    The Need for Resilient PNT Has Never Been Greater

    Users of GNSS positioning, navigation and timing data must now deal with a growing spectrum of threats to their systems. The post The Need for Resilient PNT Has Never Been Greater appeared first on EETimes. [...]

    Mega Investment in AI Chip Startups Is Justified: True or False?

    A staggering amount of money is pouring into data center AI chip companies at the moment. Is the hype justified? The post Mega Investment in AI Chip Startups Is Justified: True or False? appeared first on EETimes. [...]

    The Chip Shortage: Moore Than Potatoes

    The chip shortage is now mainstream news and something people on the street have actually heard of. The post The Chip Shortage: Moore Than Potatoes appeared first on EETimes. [...]

    ‘Ecosystem’ Is Beginning to Mean Something

    "Ecosystem" sounds like marketing blather, but ecosystem products are providing seamless experiences — sometimes unexpectedly. The post ‘Ecosystem’ Is Beginning to Mean Something appeared first on EETimes. [...]

    The Search Accelerates for 3D Printing Materials

    Data-driven ‘materials informatics’ matches new building blocks to 3D printing applications. The post The Search Accelerates for 3D Printing Materials appeared first on EETimes. [...]

    Researchers have found out that ultrafast switches in material properties can be prompted by laser pulses -- and why. This knowledge may enable new transistor concepts. [...]

    Researchers have developed a stable high-conductivity polymer ink. The advance paves the way for innovative printed electronics with high energy efficiency. [...]

    As artificial intelligence has attracted interest, researchers are focused on understanding how the brain accomplishes cognition so they can construct systems with general intelligence comparable to humans' intelligence. Researchers propose an approach to AI that focuses on integrating photonic components with superconducting electronics; using light for communication and complex electronic circuits for computation could enable artificial cognitive systems of scale and functionality beyond what can be achieved with either light or electronics alone. [...]

    A research team has developed wearable gas sensors that display an instantaneous visual holographic alarm. [...]

    In a new paper, physicists describe a theoretical path to make artificial composite thin films in which sound waves can be stopped, reversed and even stored for later use. [...]

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    Edge Control is an Arduino with designed to deploy AI at the edge in remote locations. “Optimised for outdoor environments and easy to place anywhere, it is ideal for precision farming, smart agriculture, and any application requiring intelligent control in isolated locations,” according to Arduino. It has a lot of interfaces (table below) can be ... This story continues at Arduino aims at outdoor edge AI, in farming perhaps Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

    Cadence is aiming at high-end and always-on applications with DSP intellectual property for embedded vision and AI. There are two cores: Vision Q8 for multi-camera automotive and mobile markets 1,024bit SIMD and 3.8Top/s 2x performance and memory bandwidth compared with the Vision Q7 Vision P1 for always-on and smart sensor consumer applications, as well as ... This story continues at High-end and always-on DSP cores for vision processing and AI Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

    Graphcore has joined a three year, €2.6 million, EU project called SparCity to develop algorithms and tools for sparse computing – where the matrices to be stored or manipulated have more zeros than not (pictured). Sparse computing is seen as a useful approach to machine learning and data analytics where its opposite – dense computing ... This story continues at Graphcore joins sparse computing group Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

    Rohm is offering 2cd from a 1.6 x 0.8 (‘1608’ = ‘0603’ = 1.28mm2) led. Called CSL1104WB, forward voltgage is 2.9V ar the rated 20mA. Max current is 40mA. Operation is over -40 tp +110°C. “The products are optimised for applications requiring high brightness white light emission such as IoT devices, drones and other battery equipped ... This story continues at 2cd from 1.6 x 0.8mm led Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

    XP Power has  announced a single-phase input 3kW ac-dc power supplies delivering voltages from 150 to 400Vdc, or up to 800V connected in series. Called HDL3000-HV, all models feature output voltage and current adjustment ranging from 0 to 105% using analogue (voltage or resistance signal) or digital (isolated I2C, RS485 and RS232) interfaces. Outputs can also ... This story continues at 3kW ac-dc PSUs output 150 to 800Vdc Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

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    Edge Control is an Arduino with designed to deploy AI at the edge in remote locations. “Optimised for outdoor environments and easy to place anywhere, it is ideal for precision farming, smart agriculture, and any application requiring intelligent control in isolated locations,” according to Arduino. It has a lot of interfaces (table below) can be ... This story continues at Arduino aims at outdoor edge AI, in farming perhaps Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

    Cadence is aiming at high-end and always-on applications with DSP intellectual property for embedded vision and AI. There are two cores: Vision Q8 for multi-camera automotive and mobile markets 1,024bit SIMD and 3.8Top/s 2x performance and memory bandwidth compared with the Vision Q7 Vision P1 for always-on and smart sensor consumer applications, as well as ... This story continues at High-end and always-on DSP cores for vision processing and AI Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

    Rohm is offering 2cd from a 1.6 x 0.8 (‘1608’ = ‘0603’ = 1.28mm2) led. Called CSL1104WB, forward voltgage is 2.9V ar the rated 20mA. Max current is 40mA. Operation is over -40 tp +110°C. “The products are optimised for applications requiring high brightness white light emission such as IoT devices, drones and other battery equipped ... This story continues at 2cd from 1.6 x 0.8mm led Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

    XP Power has  announced a single-phase input 3kW ac-dc power supplies delivering voltages from 150 to 400Vdc, or up to 800V connected in series. Called HDL3000-HV, all models feature output voltage and current adjustment ranging from 0 to 105% using analogue (voltage or resistance signal) or digital (isolated I2C, RS485 and RS232) interfaces. Outputs can also ... This story continues at 3kW ac-dc PSUs output 150 to 800Vdc Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

    Renesas has got Cryptographic Module Validation Program (CMVP) Level 3 certification for its 32bit RX65N microcontroller, under the FIPS 140-2 security standard by the US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) – CMVP is a joint effort between NIST and the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security (CCCS). “The FIPS 140 standard is an essential security requirement for applications used by ... This story continues at MCU certified to Cryptographic Module Validation Program 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 [...]

    Zylpha Appoints Rachel Kitson To Drive Technical Sales

    Leading legal systems innovator Zylpha (www.zylpha.com) has appointed Rachel Kitson as Technical Sales Consultant for its ‘Pay As You Go’ document bundling system. Since it’s launch, the market leading technology has brought professional document bundling within the reach of all law firms regardless of their size. Previously Rachel, a Physics graduate and fluent Welsh speaker, worked in a number of senior sales positions, most recently in Construction. In her new role, Rachel will pioneer a... Source: RealWire [...]

    Cambridge, UK, March 17th 2021 - BLiNQ Networks has repurposed the Evolved Packet Core (EPC) to support the deployment of Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) networks into rural not-spots in the US and around the world. BLiNQ has achieved this by embedding AttoCore’s AttoEPC software directly into the BLiNQ FW-300i base station. By embedding the EPC in this manner, BLiNQ creates an FWA solution which is much easier to deploy. There is no need to invest... Source: RealWire [...]

    Bluebird's Outsourced E-Bundling Takes Off With Zylpha

    Leading legal outsource company, Bluebird Support Services, has chosen Zylpha (www.zylpha.com) software for its e-bundling service to clients. Alongside the company’s secretarial and administrative services, the demand for outsource e-bundling facilities has grown exponentially - as more practice staff work from home and as more courts accept electronic files. The Bluebird service is also ideal for busy practices or for those where a rapid turnaround is essential. Zylpha was chosen as it is the UK’s... Source: RealWire [...]

    Miranda Evans Appointed As Marketing Manager For Zylpha's 'Pay As You Bundle' Software

    Zylpha (www.zylpha.com) has appointed Miranda Evans as Marketing Manager for its widely acclaimed ‘Pay As You Go’ document bundling software. The move reflects the software’s recent sales success as the market leading choice for law firms and practices of all sizes, including: Dovaston Law, Bell Lamb & Johnson, Joanna Connolly Solicitors, Mulcahy Smith and Allard Bailey Family Law. In her new role, Miranda will seek to build upon this success through a broad range of... Source: RealWire [...]

    Zylpha Survey: Electronic Document Bundling Helps Practices To Mitigate The Business Impact Of ‘Working From Home’ In A Pandemic

    Zylpha’s annual ‘legaltech’ survey has revealed that in supporting practice staff’s ability to work from home continuously, Legal Document Bundling technology has helped many law firms to follow government WFH (Work From Home) guidelines. In doing so, it has enabled practices to mitigate much of the business impact of the pandemic. The survey which was based on a user sample from 23 UK legal practices revealed that 78% of those questioned felt that Covid-19 has... Source: RealWire [...]