Skyworks Solutions expanded its product portfolio by adding high dynamic range power detectors for smart phones and datacards.
“Red Fields to Green Fields” Plans Revealed for Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, Phoenix and Hilton Head IslandJune 24, 2011 6:21 am | by Georgia Institute of Technology | News | Comments
Georgia Tech researchers involved in the Red Fields to Green Fields program helped Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, Phoenix and Hilton Head assess their distressed commercial real estate supplies and determine the best way to turn some into green space.
LPRS is using their appearance at the UK Wireless Fortronic Forum to demonstrate the IQRF range of simple to implement, reliable wireless networks for smart metering, home and building automation, intelligent street lighting and environmental monitoring.
Serial ?pick-and-place? assembly operations are well established and used in the packaging of most microelectronic devices.
SurgeX announced its partnership with Certified Cyber Solutions. As more IP Addressable power protection products are specified into integrated systems, network functionality and cyber security has become increasingly important. This partnership joins together SurgeX’s...
SolarBridge Technologies (SolarBridge) announced that it has secured $19 million in series C funding. The company has raised more than $46 million to date. The funds, raised from current investors as well as new financial...
Digi-Key has become a Diamond Sponsor of Darnell’s Power Forum (DPF ’11). DPF ’11, to be hosted in San Jose, California, September 26-28, is an exciting event that focuses on "advancing power technologies that...
This month's question is: With the continuous improvement in the reliability of commercial parts, will harsh environment performance remain a major focus in military electronics?
iHealth Lab announced that multiple national retail chains will now distribute their innovative Blood Pressure Monitoring System.
Crystek has introduced a new RF Power Detector, the CPDETLS-4000.
Electronic components distributor Digi-Key Corporation has signed a global distribution agreement with Intematix Corporation.
CISSOID announces an Evaluation Kit for CHT-RHEA, the company’s high-temperature and high-reliability isolated data transmission integrated circuit, guaranteed for reliable operation from -55°C to +225°C.
In this episode we talk to Kerry Thacher of Librestream about their mobile collaboration technology.
Lattice and Oregano Systems Announce Comprehensive Versions of the IEEE-1588 Timing Node System IP CoreJune 23, 2011 10:42 am | Product Releases | Comments
Lattice Semiconductor Corporation and Oregano Systems - Design & Consulting announced the immediate availability of three comprehensive versions of the IEEE-1588 Timing Node System IP core for the LatticeECP3 and LatticeECP2M FPGA families.
AML specializes in ultra low phase noise amplifiers covering the frequency range of 0.5GHz and up to 40GHz.
With the growing trend for cloud services, networks must develop new approaches to cope with the demand for mobile broadband warns Cambridge Wireless ahead of its Future of Wireless International Conference this month.
Synchronization and timing are essential to telecommunications networks to ensure optimal performance and prevent packet loss, dropped frames and degradation of quality of experience that will affect end user services.
AML announces the immediate availability of a medium power broadband amplifier model AML0126P3001.
Connor-Winfield’s new high stability SMD OH300 series of OCXOs provide an excellent capability to support IEEE 1588 system requirements.
Exlar’s component planetary roller screw line has been expanded to include two performance capacities, available in PRS and PRR models.
Gems® Sensors & Controls™ (Gems), a global leader in liquid level, pressure, and flow sensors, miniature solenoid valves, and fluidic systems announced the launch of the new XT-1000 series...
CEA-Leti and NEOLUX announced a new partnership aimed at developing and manufacturing innovative LED modules and products for lighting.
How can the U.S. military more fully incorporate green technologies and how will they improve operating efficiency?
Dust Networks announced that they will demonstrate a SmartMesh IP 6LoWPAN wireless network running on harvested energy at the IDTechEx Wireless Sensor Network & RTLS Summit in Munich, Germany, June 21 - 22.