In today's podcast we talk to Gyan Tiwary of iWatt about driving solid-state lighting systems, especially LED-driven display backlights.
Sean Cappy of Microchip demoes their Smart Home technology at ESC Boston.
Editorial Director Alix Paultre chats with Dave Richkas about the 32-bit space.
In today's podcast we talk to Altair Semiconductor's Co-Founder and VP of Marketing and Business Development, Mr. Eran Eshed about LTE emerging as a standard for 4G technology.
Larry Mozdzyn, Ocular's Chief Technology Officer, presents at the DisplaySearch Emerging Technologies Conference, 2010.
Jamie Sewell interviews Touch International Director of Sales, Michelle Jones.
Today I talk to Russ Garcia, a global marketing manager with Microsemi, about the company’s recent acquisition of Zarlink Semiconductor. Microsemi provides solutions differentiated by power, security, reliability and performance, and Zarlink’s expertise includes
A wearable projection system enables users to turn pads of paper, walls or even their own hands, arms and legs into graphical, interactive surfaces. <br /><br />Source: Carnegie Mellon Univ.</
In today's podcast we talk to Stephen Turnbull of Freescale on the challenges in creating wireless networks, bases station innovations, and what Freescale is doing in the development of embedded products for advanced Wireless Network infrastructures.
In today's podcast we talk to Alfamation CEO Mauro Arigossi about testing the latest devices and test products and solutions for the automotive, consumer electronics, telecom and medical industries.
This is an FCI Electronics Product introduction video on AirMax connectors for CompactPCI serial applications
In today's podcast we talk to Lance Riley of Unicircuit about board-level design and board infrastructures.
In today's podcast we talk to Jeff Smoot, VP of Engineering and Quality at CUI about DC/DC power at the board level, the challenges to the engineer, and what CUI is doing to address them.
Even if you aren't in imaging or deal with perception, display systems, pattern recognition, or other optical science, you should see this video.