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A New Non-Contact Current Sensor IC from ROHM Semiconductor
This high-sensitivity device is designed for space-constrained and low-power applications.
one day ago
Are Lithium-Ion Batteries Here to Stay? The Promise of Li-Ion Batteries with Silicon Anodes
Researchers vie to find new and different ways to give lithium-ion batteries better stability and longevity and companies are ready to invest....
3 days ago
Google ATAP Moves Forward with Radar Touch Tech with FCC Waiver
This waiver is significant because it will allow Google to take the next step in making their radar based touch interface technology a reality....
4 days ago
Internet of Things, 5G, and Cybersecurity Dominate CES 2019
A quick look at the IoT developments from this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
5 days ago
SST SuperFlash Embedded Memory Platform Gains AEC-Q100 Qualification for Automotive Applications
SuperFlash, SST's flash memory platform used across multiple industries, has achieved AEC-Q100 Grade 1 Qualification on UMC's 55nm platform, allowing it to make headway into the automotive...
January 09, 2019
“World’s Largest Robot” Takes to the Rails: How Automated Rail Systems Differ from Self-Driving Cars
Australian mining company's AutoHaul project turns a train into a massive autonomous vehicle for automated ore transport.
January 08, 2019
Lower Power, More Reliable Memory, and More Ambitious Applications: Implantable Tech Roundup
Here's a snapshot of some of the most recent developments in the implantable tech space.
December 26, 2018
A Hardware Company in a Software World: STMicroelectronics’ Move to Embedded and IoT
The recent software acquisitions from leading MCU suppliers show how the hardware and software worlds are converging and colliding in the rapidly changing IoT design landscape....
December 19, 2018
Western Digital SweRVs Towards Open Source with New RISC-V Core, ISS, and Cache Coherency
Is open source changing the way we manage data? Western Digital, a data storage device company, switched to RISC-V's open-source ISA (instruction set architecture) a year ago. This month, they...
December 18, 2018
Managing USB Type-C Power: A New USB Power Delivery Controller for Sink Devices from STMicro
This article takes a look at STUSB4500 which is a standalone USB Power Delivery controller from STMicroelectronics.
December 17, 2018
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.
December 14, 2018
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....
December 11, 2018
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....
December 10, 2018
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
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