In this episode, we talk to NXP's Geoff Lees about the microcontrollor marketplace and the choices provided by 8- and 16-bit chips as well as the latest 32-bit devices.
Agilent Technologies announced a range of cutting-edge capabilities that enable economical testing and evaluation of advanced radar and electronic-warfare (EW) systems.
AT4 wireless is introducing the TD-LTE function set into the S3110B LTE Mobile Test Application, and supporting all currently defined TDD frequency bands and bandwidths.
Hirose has developed a 2-mm pitch, multi-functional connector system that provides wire-to-board, board-to-board joint and short-circuit sockets in a single connector design.
In this episode, we talk to Jim Vanover of Wurth about their latest series of dual-coil common mode chokes with high dual-impedance capabilities.
Return to Zero is a funny comic strip for engineers, with lab humor, odd situations, and exploding circuits that of course makes a sport out of solving the trickiest of engineering problems.
RF Micro Devices announced it has extended its portfolio of broadband components to include two new low power IQ Modulators featuring integrated fractional-N synthesizers and voltage controlled oscillators (VCO).
Victor Zaderej, manager of advanced solid state lighting development at Molex Incorporated, demonstrates the company's "Versatile Light Module."
Plessey Semiconductors announced that it will be demonstrating its Electric Potential Integrated Circuit (EPIC) sensor technology at Sensors Expo (Chicago, USA June 6-8 2011). The EPIC sensor is a completely new area of sensor technology that measures changes in an electric field in a similar way to a magnetometer detecting changes in a magnetic fiel
Silicon Laboratories introduced a wireless sensor node solution powered by a solar energy harvesting source. The new turnkey energy harvesting reference design enables developers to implement
Pulse Electronics introduces a new adaptive antenna concept that can be adapted for integration into devices that use an expanding spectrum of operating frequencies to enable faster data transmission rates
L-com, Inc. has expanded its line of USB 2.0 type B panel-mount assemblies with two new styles of coupler cables. They are the ECF504-xxBBS products (a female panel-mount connector to a male type B connector) and the
Avago announced a complete RF front-end module (FEM) for WiMAX radios in mobile handset or portable PC applications. The AFEM-S257 module is designed for coexistence operation of WiMAX with other cellular and WiFi radios in the same device. The module features
L-com has introduced new economy WLAN amplifier kits to the market for 2.4 GHz frequency applications such as 802.11b/g networks.
AVX Corporation has developed a discrete wire-to-board ‘poke-home’ connector specifically for LED applications. Designated the 9276 Series, the connectors provide quick and reliable termination in a sleek 2.5-mm pitch SMT package. Featuring
The GPS system developer u-blox released an enhanced LEA-6H GPS module that also supports Russian GLONASS navigation.
Orion Fans’ OA300ST Series fan tray features three high-performance, sealed ball-bearing fans and can be installed in any standard 19" rack. The tray is appropriate for a variety of racks and enclosure applications including
L-com has developed a compact, 2.4 GHz multiple-input and multiple-output (MIMO) ceiling antenna designed to operate with many manufacturers' enterprise-class 802.11n MIMO access points (APs). This antenna features
Thomas Research Products has introduced three compact, economical ATX Stepdown Auto Transformers. They are asserted to reduce voltage for indoor/outdoor lighting applications, and to facilitate the use of LED drivers, ballasts or other controls at
AVX Corporation has expanded its 9176 Series wire-to-board connector family for harsh environment applications. Providing a gas-tight wire-to-board termination that meets stringent automotive environment requirements, the new
Mu Dynamics announced the introduction of Mu Studio 6, presented as the only testing solution capable of immediately and accurately recreating multiple types of applications to determine how they impact networks.
When the specifications for Sony’s new handheld PSP console were made public in January, they showed that ARM had replaced MIPS as the architecture for the main processor.
Analog Devices introduced four high-speed data converter products that support signal sampling rates necessary to accommodate multi-carrier radio platform requirements for today’s 3G and 4G cellular infrastructure communication standards
The second generation of Triaxis sensors from Melexis addresses a variety of position sensing requirements in advanced device and subsystem control as well as in human/machine interfaces.
The Ohio State University EcoCAR team is making last tuning and aesthetic changes before the final EcoCAR competition, to be held June 6-16 at General Motors’ Milford Proving Grounds in Michigan and in Washington, D.C. After March emissions testing and tuning at the EPA, the main concerns for finishing the vehicle relate to