In this episode, we talk to NXP's Geoff Lees about the microcontrollor marketplace and the choices provided by 8- and 16-bit chips as well as the latest 32-bit devices.
In this episode, we talk to Jim Vanover of Wurth about their latest series of dual-coil common mode chokes with high dual-impedance capabilities.
Victor Zaderej, manager of advanced solid state lighting development at Molex Incorporated, demonstrates the company's "Versatile Light Module."
Alix Paultre interviews Microchip's John Haroian, Senior FAE, at ESC San Jose. The two discuss Microchip's TCP/IP Protocol Solutions.
John Carey from Cypress Semiconductor discusses the company's true single layer sensor, which can do both self-cap sensing and mutual cap sensing.
Ocular CEO Phil Spivey discusses their 15.6 inch p-touch true touch capacitive panel. This device allows for 16 simultaneous recognitions.
Bill Abbott from Endicott Research Group (ERG) discusses their drop-in replacement LED drivers.
Jeff Blake from Dontech details their "Day Vu" line of displays.
Gauthier Chastan with Stantum explains the benefits of Stantum's Interpolated Voltage Sensing Matrix (IVSM) Multi-touch Technology, which enables 10 touches with stylus input.
Sri Peruvemba with Eink discusses the varied uses of e-paper and their line of color e-ink displays.
David Arthur, CEO of SouthWest Nano (SWeNT), discusses their printable inks which contain their carbon nanotube materials.
In this episode, we talk to Jon Kiachian, the senior marketing director for touch technologies at Atmel about the touchscreen space and Atmel's efforts to advance engineer's abilities to create products and devices for a variety of applications.
In this episode, we talk with Manish Gupta of Symmetricom about SyncWorld, a program with industry leaders including Cisco, Alcatel-Lucent and NSN to support precise timing and synchronization requirements for 4G/LTE deployments.
This video shows the Motion SPM flexibility in industrial and consumer applications. Learn about Single-Phase AC Input Motor Drive for 1kW-7kW Motors.
In this episode, we talk with Philip Pratt of Texas Instruments about their latest 4-channel, 16-bit DAC (digital-to-analog converter), presented as the industry’s most power-efficient.