Check out the October 2011 Power Systems supplement.
This issue deals with medical electronics managing power interruption issues and high-reliability passives. The Design Talk goes into shrinking electronics while the Brainstorm Q&A section asks about the importance of test and measurement. Former Editor-in-Chief Alix Paultre discusses an opportunity to save the Post Office.
Check out the September 2011 Enclosures, Packaging & Interconnects supplement.
Check out the September 2011 Counterfeiting & Security supplement.
Check out the September 2011 Packaging & Interconnects supplement.
This issue deals with the many facets of security including hacking, IPSec for embedded devices, and counterfeit components. Brainstorm asks about the integration of solid-state lighting, while former Editor-in-Chief Alix Paultre discusses ubiquitous computing.
The August 2011 issue of ECN discusses trains, planes, & automobiles. Highlights include: “CAN in 30 Minutes or Less,” “Powering the Next Generation of Telematics and the In-vehicle Cloud,” and “Protecting Power Transistors in Automotive Inverter Design.” The Roundtable collaborative Q&A section asks “What does ‘green’ mean to you?”
This issue of ECN goes into surface-mount technologies including thermal management, an IC socket footprint, and boundary scan. Design Talk deals with open-air applications while Brainstorm discusses green technology in the military. Executive Editor Chris Warner also recaps his experience at the 2011 Sensors Expo.
Check out the June 2011 Smart Grid & Alternate Energy supplement.
The June 2011 issue of ECN deals with packaging & interconnects. It focuses on circular connectors, smart card connectors, and medical device interconnects. Jon Titus discusses wireless RF and Technical Editor Jason Lomberg wraps up his experience at the 2011 Society for Information Display (SID) Display Week.
Check out the May 2011 Lighting, Optoelectronics, & Displays supplement.
This issue of ECN focuses on the military & aerospace sector, including floating-point FPGAs, OpenVPX, managed switch technology, and power quality. Jon Titus presents another installment in his popular “Kits for Kids” column, while the Brainstorm collaborative Q&A section discusses trends in wireless electronics and how they relate to test & measurement.
Check out the April 2011 Test & Measurement supplement.
The April 2011 issue goes into medical electronics applications including strain gauge technology and wireless systems. The Brainstorm collaborative Q&A section deals with the smart grid & alternative energy, and former Editor-in-Chief, Alix Paultre, discusses America’s power industry.
Check out the March 2011 Distribution & Design Services supplement.