In today's video we're at the 2nd Annual World Maker Faire in New York with Dr. Alasdair Allan, of Babilim Light Industries, who shows us how to connect iOS to the real world.
In this video from element14.com, Dr. Larry of Honeywell explains how basic switch mechanisms work and what to look for when choosing a basic switch for your design.
Mike Schnecker of Rohde & Schwarz (R&S) visits ECN to demonstrate the company's high performance RTO along with its MSO option. R&S recently added a 600 MHz model to it's high performance oscilloscope family.
Ever wondered how they test mobile phones for radiation and impact upon the human body? Dave gets a tour of EMC Technologies $1M+ mobile phone (and WiFi) radiation Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) testing facility.
This is the second in a series of interviews with Top Technologists at Freescale explaining their technology innovations.
NASA has finalized a cooperative agreement with the Center for the Advancement of Science in Space, CASIS, to manage the portion of the International Space Station that operates as a U.S. national laboratory.
A new technology that allows wireless devices to "talk" and "listen" on the same frequency could pave the way for 4.5G and 5G networks and could allow wireless phone companies to double throughput on their networks without adding a single cell tower.
This video from Dave at the EEVBlog is the first review of the Tektronix's new Mixed Domain Oscilloscope, the MDO4000 series. Does it live up to the hype of changing the oscilloscope landscape and creating a new oscilloscope category?
This mixed domain oscilloscope (MDO) from Tektronix delivers the functionality of an oscilloscope and a spectrum analyzer in a single instrument. In this video, Gary Waldo of Tektronix shows off the new MDO.
Another Geek Moment Video discussing Texas Instruments' msp430 launchpad and cc430 low power microcontroller. Watch as this rocket is launched wirelessly from Digi-Key headquarters.
Part of Analog Devices' Whiteboard Series, Matt Duff talks about Multi Pole Filters with Real Poles.
A new prosthetic design is the first to include powered knee and ankle joints that move in unison, making it much easier for an amputee to walk. Source: Futurity Read more: http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news-Prosthetic-Leg-Has-Powered-Joints-082411.aspx
Another Geek Moment Video discussing TE Connectivity's Nevalo Solid State Lighting System and a demonstration of a TE Nevalo's configuration tool.
The HI-3717 from Holt Integrated Circuits communicates with an external microcontroller via a 4-wire SPI and provides selectable HBP and BPRZ channels with encoders/decoder and dedicated line drivers and line receivers for direct connection to the ARINC 717 bus