Menlo Micro has developed a new Ideal Switch fabrication process and applied it to DC and wideband RF/microwave switch applications. The MM5130 device is a high-power SP4T micro-mechanical switch; its innovative technology enables highly reliable switches capable of 25 W power handling.
In partnership with Menlo Micro
The mating and un-mating force for connectors can vary dramatically depending on the connector type and pitch. The mating force is a function of the contact geometry, the contact spring rate, and the coefficient of friction. To better understand these forces at the connector level, we will examine what goes on at the individual contact level.
In partnership with Samtec
In this webinar, you will learn how and when IoT businesses should plan to migrate their cellular Internet of Things (IoT) products into 4G/5G technology. The discussion will introduce the main aspects and decisions you need to consider before and during your development phase of a cellular IoT product.
In partnership with Würth Elektronik
Allegro MicroSystems’ ACS37600K Hall-Based Linear Sensors represent cutting-edge linear sensor ICs tailored for industrial, commercial, and communications applications. Watch and learn all about their features, specs, applications, and more!
September 27, 2023 by Mouser Electronics
Understanding the causes of attenuation in a transmission line can help us choose the right solutions for our application. In this article, we’ll learn about attenuation caused by conductor loss and dielectric loss.
September 15, 2023 by Dr. Steve Arar
Understanding the effect of dielectrics on transmission lines is an important aspect of many high frequency system designs. This article will introduce concepts like relative permittivity and loss tangent and describe how they affect the performance of transmission lines.
September 03, 2023 by Dr. Steve Arar
The distribution of AC currents in real conductors with finite dimensions and circular or rectangular cross-sections is non-uniform. This article will discuss Faraday's law and how AC currents create eddy currents and current crowding in real conductors.
August 27, 2023 by Dr. Steve Arar