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Chinese Module Company, Seraphim, to Supply Smart Modules to Australia’s Newest Solar Power Plant
This week, Australia's newest power plant announced a partnership with Chinese company, Seraphim, on optimizers.
5 hours ago
Picking Apart a New Switching Regulator from Analog Devices, the LT8361
This article will take a look at the Analog Devices LT8361, a low IQ switching regulator supporting boost, SEPIC, and inverting topologies....
3 days ago
Fast Screening for Next-Gen Memory Chips: A Look at Intermolecular, a Silicon Valley Fab Company
Here is the profile of a fab that provides composition screening and stack engineering services for new materials used in the next-generation memory devices....
4 days ago
Space Probe Digs Deep into Mars’ Surface, Uncovering the Planet’s Secrets
As much an engineering feat as a scientific endeavor, NASA is test-driving multiple exciting new innovations for the first time.
December 06, 2018
STMicroelectronics Introduces High-Dynamic Range Image Sensors for Automotive Driver Monitoring
Someday soon, your car may watch you drive. These two new image sensors are designed for computer vision in automotive environments.
December 05, 2018
Engineer Spotlight: Jeremy Blum, Director of Hardware at Shaper on Collaborative Design
Computer vision, designers vs. engineers, and the "nightmare" of engineering Google Glass.
December 03, 2018
New Low-Power, Zero-Drift Operational Amplifier from Texas Instruments, the OPA2333P
This article will take a look at the TI’s OPA2333P which is a micro-power high-precision operational amplifier.
November 29, 2018
Supercapacitor Auto Balancing PCB from Advanced Linear Devices Expands to Six Channels
Auto-balancing gets complicated when handling more than two supercapacitor cells. The new board can balance up to six supercapacitors of any size....
November 28, 2018
Microchip Technology Introduces Tiny, Low-Power MEMS Clock Generator to Save Board Space
Microchip Technology Introduces a Tiny, Versatile Clock Generator to Save Board Space and Power
November 27, 2018
Engineering Spotlight: Robotics and Computer Vision with Rich LeGrand, President of Charmed Labs
AAC's Chantelle Dubois had a chance to speak to LeGrand about his inspiration to become a roboticist, his work with Charmed Labs and CMU CREATE lab, as well as his thoughts on what makes being...
November 26, 2018
Bosch Introduces Position Tracking Smart Sensor as Part of Third Wave of Sensor Technologies
In its third wave of intelligent MEMs sensor technologies, Bosch has recently announced the BHI160BP—a lightweight, small form factor, and low power consumption, position tracking sensor....
November 23, 2018
As Emerging Technologies Outpace Semiconductor Processes, IBM Takes Leap Towards 7nm IC Fabrication
IBM has developed several new materials that make selectively depositing materials on features as small as 15nm.
November 21, 2018
Newest Dialog Semiconductor PMIC Tackles Big IoT Design Issue: Extending Battery Life for Wearables
Dialog Semiconductor's newest PMIC (power management IC) aims to help solve the battery life issue with wearables and other small, portable applications....
November 20, 2018
An EV Made to Demo Motion Control: Monolithic Power Systems’ mCar Shows Off Angular Sensors
The Monolithic Power Systems mCar EV demo at electronica 2018 showed off angle position sensors and motion control.
November 19, 2018
Power Integrations Introduces New Family of Brushless DC Motor Drive ICs
Power Integrations’ BridgeSwitch™ family of ICs achieve conversion efficiency of up to 98.5% in brushless DC (BLDC) motor drive applications of up to 300 W....
November 16, 2018
Can the IoT Save the World by 2040? Dr. Jeremy Rifkin Delivers electronica 2018 Keynote
Didn’t make it to electronica 2018’s keynote presentation? Here’s a breakdown of how electronica 2018 kicked off with a keynote presentation from economist Dr. Jeremy Rifkin....
November 13, 2018
ams Introduces Image Sensor for High-Throughput Manufacturing and Optical Sensing Applications
ams has announced its new CSG14K image sensor for Automated Optical Inspection (AOI) that supports the 1” optical format.
November 12, 2018
ON Semiconductor Launches Power Modules for Solar Energy, Uninterruptible Power Supples
ON Semiconductor has launched two new Power Integrated Modules to be demoed at electronica 2018 alongside an Intelligent Power Module for EV charging....
November 09, 2018
Meet the Aquatic Drone Saving the Great Barrier Reef with Machine Learning and Computer Vision
The Queensland University of Technology has announced that its robotic hunter-killer aquatic drone will now double as a seaborne midwife to save the Great Barrier Reef....
November 07, 2018
SpiNNaker, the Million-Core Supercomputer, Finally Switched On
After 12 years in the making, the computer designed to work like a human brain, at the University of Manchester is finally switched on. What does this computer do? How is it made? And who is...
November 05, 2018
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