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RF subsystem operates over the E-band frequency spectrum from 71- 86 GHz

July 7, 2014 12:30 pm | Ducommun Technologies, Inc. | Product Releases | Comments

DLT (Carson, CA) has announced the release of E-band Radio link RF subsystem. This subsystem operates over the E-band frequency spectrum from 71- 86 GHz. One of its applications can be found in the E-band multi-gigabit wireless communication system, which offers local area networks....

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Three-phase DIN rail power supplies designed for tight spaces

July 7, 2014 12:20 pm | Automation Systems Interconnect (Asi) | Product Releases | Comments

Automation Systems Interconnect (ASI) (Mechanicsburg, PA) has announced compact 80 mm wide three-phase DIN rail power supplies for tight spaces. The twelve models in the series meet the Machinery Directive EN60204-1 requirements and have a 92%+ maximum efficiency rating....

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Nano drive delivers 4000 W in any industrial environment

July 7, 2014 12:18 pm | Elmo Motion Control Inc. | Product Releases | Comments

Elmo Motion Control (Petach Tikva, Israel) released its Gold Twitter miniature, high-power servo drive. At 18 g  less than1 oz.) in weight, and less than 13 cm3, the drive delivers up to 4000 W of qualitative power, ultra high current such as…

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DC-DC converters feature remote on/off, remote sense, and output voltage adjustment

July 7, 2014 12:10 pm | Product Releases | Comments

GE’s Critical Power business (Dallas, TX) has launched its new SHHN000A3CL isolated DC-DC converters, providing board designers with a bipolar dual-output module in a compact footprint. The latest addition to GE’s Hammerhead series of power modules ...

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Forecasting the development of breakthrough technologies to enable novel space missions

July 7, 2014 11:20 am | by EurekAlert! | News | Comments

A new report, Technological Breakthroughs for Scientific Progress (TECHBREAK), has been published today by the European Science Foundation. The European Science Foundation (ESF) was contacted at the end of 2009 to conduct a foresight activity for the European Space Agency (ESA)....

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NTU launches two new home-grown satellites

July 7, 2014 11:16 am | by EurekAlert! | News | Comments

The nation's latest satellites, VELOX-I and VELOX-PIII, were launched into space on India's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle PSLV C-23 at 9.52 am (12.21 pm Singapore time), on Monday, 30 June 2014. Designed and built by students and researchers at the NTU Satellite Research Centre, the VELOX-I is a nano-satellite....

Power consumption of robot joints could be 40 perecnt less, according to a laboratory study

July 7, 2014 11:13 am | by EurekAlert! | News | Comments

Let us imagine, for a moment, the arm of a robot that lifts a cup of coffee to its "lips" over and over again. The joint of this robotic arm needs a certain flexibility plus an electric motor to drive the upward and downward movements. So orders have to be sent to the motor so that the joint can perform the corresponding movements....

Fruit fly immunity fails with fungus after (space)flight

July 7, 2014 11:09 am | by EurekAlert! | News | Comments

Before you swat away the next fruit fly, consider instead just how similar its biological complexities are to our own. In a study published in PLOS ONE, researchers led by Deborah Kimbrell, Ph.D., at the University of California, Davis (UC Davis) and their collaborators, studied how microorganisms may alter fruit flies' immunity....

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Hollow-fiber membranes could cut separation costs, energy use

July 7, 2014 11:06 am | by EurekAlert! | News | Comments

Researchers have developed a microfluidic technique for fabricating a new class of metal-organic framework (MOF) membranes inside hollow polymer fibers that are just a few hundred microns in diameter. The new fabrication process, believed to be the first to grow MOF membranes inside hollow fibers ...

Columbia researchers observe tunable quantum behavior in bilayer graphene

July 7, 2014 11:03 am | by EurekAlert! | News | Comments

Columbia researchers have observed the fractional quantum Hall effect in bilayer graphene and shown that this exotic state of matter can be tuned by an electric field. The fractional quantum Hall effect, which can occur when electrons confined to thin sheets are exposed to large magnetic fields ...

With 'ribbons' of graphene, width matters

July 7, 2014 11:00 am | by EurekAlert! | News | Comments

Using graphene ribbons of unimaginably small widths – just several atoms across – a group of researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) has found a novel way to "tune" the wonder material, causing the extremely efficient conductor of electricity to act as a semiconductor....

The Grim Reaper flies ... with help from a drone

July 7, 2014 10:54 am | by Jason Lomberg, Digital Editor | Blogs | Comments

You may have seen the viral video making its rounds — the mythical entity otherwise known as the Grim Reaper, the personification of Death, flies around, scaring the s*** out of unwitting bystanders. Is the Apocalypse nigh at hand? Is the Angel of Death here to claim human souls? Well, not quite....

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COTS card performs data acquisition, signal processing and storage in XMC form factor

July 7, 2014 10:44 am | Product Releases | Comments

4DSP’s (Austin, TX) FM788 FPGA-based COTS card is designed to perform in a variety of applications, including beamforming, direction finding, RADAR, and satellite communications. This XMC module is based on Xilinx’s Virtex-7 and features …

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As TV makers exit plasma, can they make up for it with LCD?

July 7, 2014 10:17 am | by DisplaySearch | News | Comments

The recent announcement by Samsung SDI that it will end plasma display panel (PDP) manufacturing this year also speculated that LG Electronics will shut its PDP business due to low demand, which would leave COC (Changhong) as the sole remaining plasma TV manufaturer....

Kasey's Korner: Forget steel, try ice and sawdust

July 7, 2014 9:43 am | by Jon Dipierro, Multimedia Production Specialist | Videos | Comments

Pykrete, a material made of ice and sawdust, was first introduced by British inventor Geoffrey Pyke during World War II as a solution to the steel shortage.

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