The ADuM3190S is an isolated error amplifier intended for use with linear feedback power supplies. The transfer function of this device is stable over a wide temperature range and over the lifetime of the device.
July 19, 2018 by Mark Hughes
A new DC/DC converter that offers boost, SEPIC, and voltage inverting functionality, making it suitable for a variety of applications from automotive to telecom to portable electronics.
January 29, 2018 by Nick Davis
With everything going wireless it comes as no surprise that even speakers are using Bluetooth! In this Teardown Tuesday, we will strip down a Sony Bluetooth Speaker to see how they are put together and what parts they consist of.
May 16, 2017 by Robin Mitchell
For a long time, researchers have been looking for a way to integrate lasers directly into silicon chips. This is because transistors, which currently work electrically, can transmit data faster by using light.
one day ago by Luke James
Scientists from the Power and Wide-band-gap Electronics Research Laboratory (POWERlab) in Lausanne, Switzerland, have built a nanodevice capable of producing high-power Terahertz (THz) waves.
3 days ago by Alessandro Mascellino
Renesas' new reference designs for Xilinx's FPGAs and SoCs solve the issues of multiphase regulators. But how might they also speed up the design process for in-demand medical devices?
3 days ago by Gary Elinoff
TE Connectivity, a global industrial tech company known for its connectivity and sensing solutions, has completed its public takeover of First Sensor AG, with TE now holding 71.87% of First’s shares.
4 days ago by Luke James
A number of companies are pumping out new edge AI technology—none of which explicitly state pandemic prediction or healthcare assistance as a use case. But with the overwhelming number of COVID-19 cases, might this new technology be used to that end?
5 days ago by Gary Elinoff