Micro/sys has released a turn-key single-board-computer development environment for the Xilinx Spartan 6 FPGA aimed at accelerating development of FPGA-based applications for low-power embedded systems. The DK-FPGA1651 provides
ZMDI has become a Platinum Sponsor of the Darnell’s Power Forum (DPF ’11). Mouser Electronics is the Marquee Sponsor of this year’s event. DPF ’11, to be hosted in San Jose, California, September 26-28,...
Molycorp, Inc. producer of rare earth oxides (REO), announced that it is making a significant investment in Boulder Wind Power, which has designed a rare earth magnet powered wind turbine generator that can produce...
The CEO of the Swedish research institute Acreo, Mårten Armgarth, announced the foundation of a new company, Ascatron. Based on the silicon carbide (SiC) technology developed at Acreo, Ascatron will specialize on the manufacturing...
Controlling diabetes may someday involve mining stem cells from the lining of the uterus, Yale School of Medicine researchers report in a new study published in the journal Molecular Therapy. The team treated diabetes in mice by converting cells from the uterine lining into insulin-producing cells.
Can a computer tell when it hurts? It can if you train it, U.S. researchers said on Tuesday. A team at Stanford University in California used computer learning software to sort through data generated by brain scans and detect when people were in pain.
It doesn't do email, the internet, have a camera, games or GPS navigation, but a new mobile phone from Denmark is literally solid gold. Danish retailer Aesir said it hopes to sell its $57,400, limited-edition 18-carat gold phones to Moscow's fashion-forward elite.
NASA has finalized a cooperative agreement with the Center for the Advancement of Science in Space, CASIS, to manage the portion of the International Space Station that operates as a U.S. national laboratory.
Product Line Enables iPad, iPod touch, and iPhone To Become Either a Spectrum Analyzer or a Dynamic Power MeterSeptember 14, 2011 5:19 am | News | Comments
Oscium today unveiled a breakthrough product line for the iOS Test industry that enables iPad, iPod touch, and iPhone to now become either a spectrum analyzer or a dynamic power meter…or both.
When building electronic equipment, it is imperative to understand the coupling mechanisms of electrical noise that creates Electro-Magnetic Interference (EMI). It is also much easier to preplan a method of abatement during the build of a machine rather than try to initiate a resolution once the equipment is built. However, in reality, it’s common to have to improve or otherwise develop procedures to prevent the noise from disrupting intended signals of existing equipment or designs.
In spite of the current economic slowdown, the global ac-dc power market is projected to grow from $1.7 billon in 2011 to over $2.2 billion in 2016, a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of...
Delta Electronics announced it has been named to two of the prestigious 2011 Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes – the DJSI World Index and the DJSI Asia/ Pacific Index. Delta states that it was...
In today's podcast we talk to Charles Sturman, VP Sales & Marketing of Cognovo about intelligent wireless networks.
Interop Technologies announced that two leading regional wireless operators, Inland Cellular and Thumb Cellular, have selected Interop’s hosted Commercial Mobile Service Provider (CMSP) Gateway to comply with the government’s new Commercial Mobile Alert System (CMAS) initiative.
Central Semiconductor announces the CTLSH01-30 and CTLSH01-30L Low VF Schottky diodes in the space saving, low profile TLM2D3D6 surface mount package with a peak reverse voltage rating of 30V and a maximum forward current rating of 100mA.
Dell is cautiously optimistic that its strong performance in Europe and Asia will continue, but is concerned about U.S. government spending, an executive said.
Nintendo's attempt to rescue its failed 3DS handheld games gadget failed to dispel market gloom, triggering a 5 percent share slide and stoking deep worries for an iconic brand desperate to win back users.
CUI’s power line announced the release of a new 350 W dc-dc converter. The VHB350 series is a board mounted solution that comes in an industry standard half brick package.
Curtiss-Wright Controls Electronic Systems has introduced a new 3U OpenVPX (VITA 62) and VPX (VITA 48.2) Smart Power Supply, which provides up to 279W of power to mission critical OpenVPX systems.
ROAL Electronics S.p.A. has certified several new Configuration Centers for the RCB/MCB Series of modular, configurable power supplies in Europe, the USA and China. These new fulfilment centers are stocked and ready to configure custom power supplies from standard components...
TDK-Lambda Americas has expanded its line of railway DC-DC converters with the introduction of the new 24V input, 100-watt, CN100A24 Series. These quarter brick modules operate off a wide range of DC inputs from 14.4 to 36.0VDC, which is widely used in the railway industry and for 24-volt vehicles.
Smith Micro Software announced PT Bakrie Connectivity’s selection of the new Smith Micro Experience Manager platform in Indonesia.
Phihong USA has developed a new 9W adapter with field interchangeable clips for use with tablets, peripherals, wireless and networking equipment.
Saelig Company has introduced the TGR6000 - a new, economically-priced 6GHz RF signal generator that is both simple and intuitive to use.
The Board of Eltek has decided to reorganize the company into a simpler operational structure under the ELTEK brand name. The changes will effectively merge the operations in Eltek ASA and the wholly owned...