Murata discusses their new "Magic Strap" RFID technology at the 2010 electroncia conference.
Ted Tewksbury, the CEO of IDT, discusses their latest devices at the 2010 electronica conference.
Silicon Laboratories Inc. introduced what it asserts is the industry’s most frequency flexible in-circuit programmable CMOS clock generators. The new Si5350/51 octal clock generators with on-chip voltage-controlled crystal oscillators (VCXOs) replace
Aeroflex announced its S-Series RF signal generator family touting simplicity, portability, modularity, and RF performance at an attractive price. The first in the series is the SGA analog RF signal generators. They are compact and lightweight with
VPT, Inc. unveiled its latest point of load (POL) DC-DC converter, the DVPL0503S, designed to provide critical reliability performance and efficiency in the distributed power architectures of avionics, military, and space systems. The new 3A DVPL DC-DC POL converter can
Texas Instruments announced its newest digital signal processor (DSP), the TMS320C66x, and four scalable C667x devices. Built with multiple 1.25 GHz DSP cores, it is said to be the industry’s first 10 GHz DSP with
Forrest Sass of Messe Munich describes some of the highlights coming up during the soon-to-begin electronica trade show with Electronic Component News' Alix Paultre.
Acculogic’s Manufacturing Test Systems Division, a global leader in electronics test and production solutions, announces the immediate availability of the latest addition to its family of in-circuit test (ICT) systems during Electronica 2010 at the New Munich Trade Fair in Munich, Germany.
Elektron Ventures is today unveiling a brand new porous copper material that will transform cooling systems and enable faster processing clock speeds. AdvarienCu - a pioneering copper foam created using a patented process...
OmniVision Technologies and INOVA Semiconductors, GmbH, today at Electronica 2010 launched the first APIX Link-based megapixel high dynamic range (HDR) automotive camera system. The system features a chipset based on INOVA’s APIX Link data interface...
Mill-Max’s 829 series single-row, right-angle strips are the perfect solution for applications calling for a spring-loaded connection that lies parallel to the P.C. board. This low profile, right angle connector is ideal for the small packaging requirements of hand-held devices, especially where vertical space is limited.
Plessey Semiconductors will be exhibiting at Electronica 2010 on booth 160 in Hall A4. Plessey, a legendary brand, has been reborn following a management buyout in early 2010 of the ex-Plessey semiconductor businesses and manufacturing facilities in Cheney Manor, Swindon and Roborough, Plymouth.
Electronic components distributor Digi-Key Corporation, recognized by design engineers as stocking the industry's broadest selection of board level electronic components for immediate shipment worldwide, will make its presence known during electronica 2010 Nov. 9-12 in Munich, Germany.
XMOS today unveiled a new motor control platform, enabling developers to deliver innovative and highly efficient motor control designs. The XMOS motor control platform is comprised of...
GAÏA Converter, the specialist high reliability power converter manufacturer, will introduce at Electronica 2010 a state of the art 200 watt output D:DC converter family featuring ‘Heat Path on Side’ cooling, redefining power converter heat dissipation.
Global Lighting Technologies (GLT), Inc. is demonstrating the world’s most efficient LED-based edge lighting illumination technology for backlights that are thinner than ever to meet consumer demand for smaller, slimmer size with outstanding performance and more efficient light extraction.
The SFH 7770 from OSRAM Opto Semiconductors combines the functions of a digital ambient light sensor with those of a digital proximity sensor. It determines the ambient brightness, detects the presence of an object nearby and can even tell whether the object is moving closer or moving further away.
RF Micro Devices today announced it will showcase the Company's industry-leading high-performance RF components at electronica 2010, in Munich from November 9 to November 12, 2010. RFMD continues to expand its portfolio of products and technologies for the wireless and wired broadband markets in support of broad end-market growth.
electronica 2010 will be a hotbed of embedded components, systems, software and development platforms for automotive, industrial and commercial designs. Exhibits will range from individual components for mobile devices to complete system solutions for industrial applications.
element14 invites visitors to Electronica to convert their waste electronic devices and components into an artistic sculptureOctober 28, 2010 6:51 am | News | Comments
element14, Premier Farnell’s innovative online technology resource and community for electronic design engineers, and a leading authority on environmental legislation in the electronics industry, announces it will build a sculpture from electronics waste in the “Atrium at the entrance East” at Electronica...
Powerstax, one of Europe’s leading application-rich power solutions manufacturers, specialise in providing custom solutions for the most demanding power system requirements. Electronica 2010 will see the launch of the new Powerstax TVS1001 rugged up-converter designed for use in military tactical vehicle systems...
Acculogic GmbH will exhibit its latest test solutions in Hall A1 Booth, 630 at Electronica 2010, scheduled to take place November 9-11, 2010 at the New Munich Trade Fair in Munich, Germany. Acculogic will showcase its FLS 980Dxi Flying Scorpion, the only patented double-sided, multi-probe (22) flying probe system with 3-D probing, analog, digital and boundary scan test capability on all probes...
Everett Charles Technologies (ECT) announces that its Contact Products Group (CPG) and Fixture Services Group (FSG) will showcase the company’s latest test solutions in Hall A1, Booth 124 at Electronica 2010, scheduled to take place November 9-11, 2010 at the New Munich Trade Fair in Munich, Germany.
During the past 60 years the automobile has evolved from a crude conveyance having no computers and simple point/condenser ignition to a sophisticated and capable traveling machine with twenty or thirty computers that control everything from ignition to heat and air conditioning, door window position and analog-style instrument panel.
The 24th biennial electronica trade show will take place November 9-12, 2010 in Munich, Germany. We want to make sure that the show provides a high value for those who attend. This white paper identifies show resources that you may not have been aware of, and reveals responses from previous visitors to help you plan your visit to electronica.