Just as walkie-talkies transmit and receive radio waves, carbon nanotubes can transmit and receive light at the nanoscale, Cornell University researchers have discovered.
Camera and sensor company buys L-3 Communications subsidiary InfraredVision Technology Corp.
The call for paper is now open for MiNaPAD, the ?Micro/Nano-Electronics Packaging & Assembly, Design and Manufacturing Forum? which will be held in Grenoble, France, on the new Minatec campus, on May 11 and 12, 2011.
European researchers are working hard at developing new approaches to cell communication systems that generate building blocks for biological computation devices. Biological computing addresses shortcomings that impact our lives including helping researchers devise more innovative methods...
Paclinx introduced iDigit seven-segment LED Display Modules, a line of intelligent display products for large scale numeric display applications. The modules feature
Wolfson Microelectronics plc has announced its new HD Audio product line for PCs and laptops. The WM8850 and WM8860 are asserted to deliver exceptional audio performance, excellent signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) and
Murata Wireless Solutions introduced the SyChip Utility Smart Network Access Port (USNAP) ZigBee module. The USNAP version 2 specification-compliant module enables protocol independent designs for
Murata Electronics North America announced the launch of its second generation WirelessHD module. The WHDM-T005/R006 Series provides a fully embedded solution for design engineers developing high-definition audio/visual (HD-A/V) electronic devices
Silent Power, Inc. announced the sale of approximately $2 million of the company’s Series A preferred stock. This round of financing will support the commercial deployment of Silent Power’s OnDemand energy storage systems and...
Ultra Electronics Holdings announced that it has acquired Adaptive Materials Inc. from its founders, Dr Aaron and Michelle Crumm for an initial cash consideration of $23.0 million. A further sum of up to $5.0...
This is the third part of a listing (with links for the full story) of the most read stories on PowerPulse.Net for 2010, thus providing a window into the "pulse" of the trends and...
SMSC announced the availability of the DARR83, a complete digital wireless audio processor with tri-band support and an embedded multi-channel USB 2.0 audio. This IC is appropriate for companies integrating Wi-Fi and Bluetooth into their consumer electronics products. Its support of
Advantech, an embedded platform and integration services provider, announces a new series of embedded boards based on the new 2nd Generation Intel Core i7 processor...
The Ashcroft T2 effectively combines economy, performance, and durability into a compact, state-of-the-art pressure transducer.
A quick look at new Cornell research hints at colorful patchwork quilts, but they are actually pictures of graphene -- one atom-thick sheets of carbon stitched together at tilted interfaces.
Saelig has introduced a family of PoE (Power-over-Ethernet) boards that allow remote device operation and control without the need for a local power source.
Murata Electronics announced the launch of its second generation WirelessHD module. The WHDM-T005/R006 series provides a fully embedded solution for design engineers developing high-definition audio/visual (HD-A/V) electronic devices.
EasySYNC announced two USB-to-CAN adapters that provide a fast and easy way to connect CAN bus devices to a PC via USB powered directly from the USB connection eliminating the need for an independent power supply.
Freescale Semiconductor is finding innovative ways to stop “vampire” energy loss, the loss of power that occurs when an AC adapter is plugged into an electrical outlet but isn’t charging a device. Freescale’s new Watt Saver technology automatically eliminates no-load power consumption for AC adaptors, potentially providing substantial energy savings over existing manual versions. In addition, Freescale will donate one percent of all Watt Saver revenue to a global green ecology non-profit organization. Freescale’s Watt Saver technology consists of
MIT professor Karen K. Gleason explains how graduate student Miles Barr folds a solar cell into a paper airplane.
Freescale Semiconductor introduces the i.MX 6 series of quad-, dual- and single-core applications processors designed to deliver outstanding performance and scalability to manufacturers targeting the hottest selling smart mobile, automotive infotainment and embedded device categories. Integrating one, two or four ARM Cortex-A9 cores running at up to
Ultra low power (ULP) RF specialist Nordic Semiconductor ASA (OSE: NOD) and ANT Wireless announce their participation in an “eWellness” cycling performance monitoring exhibit with leading consumer electronics and technology companies today at CES. Yellow Digital Health Lab, Inc., a leading eWellness platform and service provider based in Santa Monica, CA and Tokyo, is coordinating the companies and products used in the exhibit; these include
SkyCross, a global designer and manufacturer of antenna solutions, announced that its versatile, high-performance antenna technologies are enabling wireless connectivity for multiple devices operating on the Verizon Wireless 4G LTE Mobile Broadband network. SkyCross antennas are incorporated in the following devices being demonstrated in the Verizon Wireless booth at 2011 International CES
WAGO Corporation’s free Solar Positioning Function Block (SPFB) increases concentrated solar arrangement efficacy. SPFB achieves this by enabling dynamic solar mirrors to track the sun’s arc within
Rogers unveils high-thermal-conductivity laminate for high-power, high frequency circuit applicationsJanuary 5, 2011 11:29 am | by Medical Design Technology | News | Comments
Rogers Corporation has introduced RT/duroid 6035HTC, a new high-thermal-conductivity (HTC) laminate material engineered for low loss in high-power circuits.