Jeff Sherman of TI demonstrated their latest packaging tech - DualCool, which incorporates extra heat-transfer structures in a power MOSFET to improve performance.
Raytheon has been chosen by the U.S. Air Force to develop a new element of the Global Positioning System (GPS), called the Advanced Control Segment (OCX), which will improve the accuracy of information from GPS satellites.
John Lambert of International Rectifier demonstrates the company's new GaN-based power IC technology at APEC 2010. The flip-chip IP2010 and IP2011 combine driver and a GaN switch in a single device.
Here is a demonstration of a DrMOS integrated FET plus Driver multi-chip power stage module from Fairchild. The device is designed for multiple synchronous Buck converter applications.
Here is a demo of the Vicor Factorized Power Architecture at APEC 2010 .
Jim McDonald of National Semiconductor shows off what they present as the first PM-Bus power control and managment IC for server blades.
Chris Young of Intersil Demonstrates their new ZL6105 Digital Power Controller with Auto Compensation.
Dave of the EEVblog explains the what how and why of measuring crystal clock oscillator drift over time.
How does the Fluke 117 Electricians Multimeter stack up?
ECN's Editor-in-Chief, Alix Paultre, describes Solid State Lighting, its impact on the industry, and the technologies preceding it.
Microchip's video response to Dave Jones' EEVblog #39 regarding PICkit 3 Debug Express.
Cypress Semiconductor demonstrates tablet-sized capacitive touchscreen with true multi-touch all-point capability.
Dave reviews the Agilent U1253A OLED Multimeter and compares it with the Fluke 87-V in this epic review.How will it stack up?
CPV Concentrated Photovoltaic is a promising technology. Many companies and research groups are working on cost containment offering a lower per watt energy alternative.
Dave can smell marketing nonsense a mile away, so he checks out the new RCA WiFi Energy Harvesting "Airnergy" device with some back of the envelope calculations. Marketing BS or can it actually work?