Rick Winscott of US company Quilix has married together two ‘easy’ technologies by developing an Arduino shield for the LPRS easyRadio Advanced low power radio modules. Winscott comments: “All you need is power, ground, and two serial-capable pins and you … Continue reading U...
The founder of Wikipedia has called on British officials to block the extradition of a 24-year-old British student wanted in the United States over alleged copyright offenses.
Rohde & Schwarz’ FSW signal and spectrum analyser is offering new options for analysing WLAN signals. The 20/40/80/160 MHz bandwidths defined in IEEE 802.11ac based on the proven orthogonal frequency division multiplying process are now supported. With the 256QAM modulation … Continue reading
ITAC Systems has announced a range of 38mm and 50mm rugged, panel-mount trackballs. The products, which are designed for installation into OEM enclosures, are plug-and-play, requiring no software or drivers. They can be used with all common communications protocols including … Continue reading
Avago has released several new wireless products targeted at macrocell and small cell base stations and portable GPS systems. Power amplifiers in the MGA-43×28 series provide final stage gain for Picocell and Enterprise Femtocell systems, offering 34 to 40 dB … Continue reading U...
TT electronics has extended its rugged interconnect portfolio with new products offering data rates up to 10Gbit/s in harsh industrial and military environments. Developed in response to customer requests, the mil spec high speed RJ45 & USB connector systems incorporate … Continue reading
One day in March 2000, just days before the dot-com bubble began its journey back to earth, German engineer Thomas Alt first glimpsed the future of technology.
Toshiba Electronics Europe has announced two new optocouplers that will support data rates up to 5Mbps while saving board space and reducing power consumption in industrial designs. Offering buffer logic and inverter logic configurations respectively, the TLP2355 and TLP2358 logic … Conti...
FTDI has added to its range of connectivity offerings with two new products that address the rapidly growing popularity of the Raspberry Pi (RPi) computing platform. The TTL-232R-RPi is a USB-to-TTL Serial UART debug cabling solution that incorporates the company’s … Continue reading
JTAG Technologies has introduced the JT 2149/DAF, a compact, mixed-signal (Digital/Analogue/Frequency) measurement module. The JT 2149/DAF is the first unit of its type to offer both digital and analogue test access to PCBs via JTAG Technologies’ widely-used QuadPod signal conditioning interface.
50 hydrogen filling stations for Germany: Federal Ministry of Transportation and industrial partners build nationwide network of filling stationsJune 20, 2012 11:14 am | News | Comments
The German Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Development (BMVBS) and several industrial companies today signed a joint Letter of Intent to expand the network of hydrogen filling stations in Germany. By 2015, Germany will have a supply network of at least 50 public filling stations.
The shift toward open access to publicly funded scientific research should be supported with an extra 50 million to 60 million pounds a year in public money, according to a UK government-commissioned report.
Excelsys Technologies has introduced two new models into its Xled series of LED power supplies. The LDB 150 LED and LDB 200 power supplies provide 150 watts and 200 Watts of Constant Current/Constant Voltage power respectively in an IP67 rated, … Continue reading →
Harwin has added an extra-small bore crimp contact to its Datamate family of high reliability 2mm pitch connectors, designed for use in challenging applications. Adding to Datamate’s existing wire sizes of 22awg (large bore) and 24-28 awg small bore, the … Continue reading
At the IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium today, Infineon Technologies introduced a family of high power transistors for pulsed applications in commercial avionics, radar systems and other types of industrial amplifiers. Based on a new 50V LDMOS process technology, the new devices offer high power density, for compact and efficient system design, and industry leading specifications for ruggedness.
Booming sales of Apple's iPhones and iPads were not enough to ease concerns on Tuesday that British supplier Imagination Technologies is overly reliant on one customer as rival smartphone and tablet companies snap at the U.S. giant's heels.
The music-subscription company Spotify is joining Pandora, Slacker and Songza in offering a free radio service for mobile devices in the U.S.
Key Ingredient has adopted HiWave’s 9mm exciters, part number HiHX09C005-8, for its touch screen Recipe Reader. Key Ingredient, which runs the social recipe sharing website www.keyingredient.com, created the Digital Recipe Reader as a more kitchen friendly and hygienic tablet that … Continue reading ...
At the VLSI Technology Symposium, imec presented significant improvements in performance and reliability of RRAM cells by process improvements and clever stack-engineering, and introduced a new modelling approach to increase fundamental understanding of RRAM process technology. RRAM is a promising … ...
Avnet Embedded will be exhibiting simplified digital signage solutions for in-store applications at the upcoming IN-STORE Show in London, UK on 27th and 28th June. This year, at stand G125, Avnet Embedded will be concentrating on a simple platform that … Continue reading
Nujira has launched Envelope Tracking (ET) Surface Explorer, a measurement and data visualisation tool for characterizing RF power amplifiers (PAs) in ET mode. ET Surface Explorer is a software upgrade to Nujira’s existing NCT-T9102 RF PA characterisation system. It accelerates … Continue reading
Mobile phone group Vodafone's 1.04 billion-pound ($1.6 billion) agreed offer for Cable & Wireless Worldwide looked certain to succeed on Monday after the British fixed line network operator's biggest shareholder dropped its opposition.
Students need skills as digital collaborators and communicators in order to be successful, UK's Technology-Enhanced Learning Research Programme unsurprisingly concludes.
Two of the most pervasive and dangerous types of software for stealing money from bank accounts have been improved and can now transfer money out automatically, without a hacker's supervision, researchers said.
NXP has announced availability of the TJA1022, a dual LIN 2.2 transceiver that provides an interface between a LIN master/slave protocol controller and the physical bus in a LIN network. It combines two LIN transceivers into a single package, offering … Continue reading →