This issue discusses medical electronics including wireless healthcare opportunities and challenges and next-gen device design. The Brainstorm Q&A section asks about transflective displays, while former Editor-in-Chief Alix Paultre says a fond farewell.
Check out the February 2012 Power supplement.
Check out the February 2012 Medical Electronics Resource Guide.
This issue of ECN delves into consumer electronics -- in particular, the recent Consumer Electronics Show. Technical Editor Jason Lomberg discusses Microsoft’s recent departure from CES and its implications for the celebrated trade show.
Check out the January 2012 Efficiency & Green Design supplement.
This Summit will provide participants with a comprehensive look at the Innovation Body of Knowledge for product strategy, marketing, R&D, development, and commercialization functions. There will be an emphasis on top management enablers and techniques to create and embed systematic corporate innovation.
This issue goes into the industrial space, covering amplifiers, PROFIBUS, and image sensor quantum efficiency. The Roundtable goes into standards and regulations, while the Brainstorm Q&A asks what consumer technology will make the biggest splash in the New Year.
The December 15 2011 includes our annual Reader’s Choice Tech Awards feature. Our panel of experts in The Roundtable discuss the trends and technologies that impacted the industry this year, and former Editor-in-Chief Alix Paultre looks ahead.
The December 2011 issue delves into the military/aerospace sector. T’Jae Gibson (of army.mil) discuses 3D holographic technology and, in a special salute to our veterans, Technical Editor Jason Lomberg recalls his and former Editor-in-Chief Alix Paultre’s experience in the military.
Check out the November 2011 Telecommunications supplement.
The November 15 2011 issue discusses accelerometers, piezoelectric actuation, and force measurement. The Brainstorm Q&A section asks “How can you cost-effectively support voltage scaling across all types of analog DC-DC converters?” Former Editor-in-Chief Alix Paultre editorializes about embedded systems.
The November 2011 issue deals with consumer electronics including integrating silicon-based EMI suppression devices, smartphone signaling overload, and RF-IF amplifiers. managing power interruption issues and high-reliability passives. The Brainstorm Q&A section asks “How could solid-state lighting benefit the medical device sector?”
Product safety certification/approval is the process of evaluating an electrical product to applicable standards and/or specifications, which are dictated by the type of product and the locality for which the sale of the product is intended. Product safety standards were typically written and enforced on a country by country level. Early on, the local nature of the regulations were not problematic, as local markets tended to be served by local manufacturers; American manufacturers built products for American consumers, Japanese manufacturers built for the Japanese consumers, and so on.
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.