Batteries make for bulky, uncomfortable implants that may require surgery for replacement. This wireless transmitter is said to consume "the lowest amount of energy per digital bit published to date."
5 hours ago by Tyler Charboneau
How do the surveillance camera reference designs from five big names—Renesas, NXP, Qualcomm, Microchip, and TI—compare to each other?
About 24 hours ago by Nicholas St. John
To monitor building occupancy post-COVID-19, many companies are turning to people-counting systems—with versatile radar technology as the key ingredient.
About 2 days ago by Adrian Gibbons
Socionext and Tokyo Tech have developed what they claim is the first Ka-band SATCOM transceiver that uses CMOS technology.
2 days ago by Antonio Anzaldua Jr.
The two RF powerhouses have teamed up to create a flexible radio platform that addresses 5G network design challenges.
About 3 days ago by Jake Hertz
Road vehicles are responsible for more than 17% of global CO2 emissions. Two types of automotive Ethernet designs may trim that percentage down.
3 days ago by Steve Arar
The Las Vegas Convention Center has hosted the event’s 178,000 attendees for the past five years. Now, in the wake of COVID-19 and the telecommuting revolution, CES is moving its proceedings to the airwaves.
4 days ago by Tyler Charboneau
By using source-gated transistors in place of TFTs, researchers have created a new circuit design that promises great improvements in large-area electronics.
4 days ago by Jake Hertz
Rocket Lab’s recent in-flight failure was the result of an electrical system failure. This evokes the question, How can electrical failures be avoided?
5 days ago by Jake Hertz
ONE Tech's upgraded MicroAI Atom brings AI training and operation down to a single device.
5 days ago by Maya Jeyendran
Teledyne e2v’s CCD image sensor is headed to Mars on NASA's Perseverance Rover. Its mission? To investigate rock samples on the red planet for past signs of life.
August 01, 2020 by Antonio Anzaldua Jr.
Students benefit from a host of educational resources from sponsoring semiconductor companies. But can this corporate influence end up limiting EE education?
July 31, 2020 by Kayla Matthews
Pliops has announced its storage processor, which they claim increases flash performance by 10 times and improves cost and performance by 90%.
July 31, 2020 by Jake Hertz
The unipolar Hall-effect sensor, also known as a unipolar switch, animates a variety of proximity-sensing devices—from gear-shift levers to laptop screens.
July 30, 2020 by Jake Hertz
The power-saving architecture behind the MEMs microphone side-steps the pitfalls of always-on listening battery consumption.
Signal switching is vital in test systems, and there are many options to accomplish the task. Here's why reed relay-based switching systems may be your best bet.
July 29, 2020 by Steve Arar
This week, Qualcomm announced the release of Quick Charge 5. With it, Qualcomm says they're offering the fastest charging capabilities ever for smartphones.
July 29, 2020 by Jake Hertz
New research has unveiled new phase-change materials, touted as having ultra-low losses and little power consumption. How might this finding affect telecommunications?
July 28, 2020 by Rushi Patel
Set for 2023, NASA's new mission will take place in Antarctica, sending an electronic payload-bearing balloon into the atmosphere.
July 28, 2020 by Jake Hertz
Some duos just work: peanut butter and jam, iron and carbon—and now, photonic integrated circuits (PICs) and metasurfaces.
July 27, 2020 by Adrian Gibbons
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