The flame-retardant UL94-V0 ABS IP54 1556 family of enclosures features self-tapping screws and multiple PCB standoffs in the lid and the base.
Researchers at the University of Konstanz have successfully filmed the operations of extremely fast electronic circuitry in an electron microscope at a bandwidth of tens of terahertz.
Researchers have analysed acceptor-bound excitons at cryogenic temperatures to reveal new insights that could pave the way for next-gen solid-state electronics.
Researchers have combined polydimethylsiloxane (PMDS) and a fiber Bragg grating to create a sensor that can detect subtle movements.
The Analog Devices ADF4368 microwave wideband synthesiser is designed to generate any frequency from 800 MHz to 12.8 GHz without an internal doubler.
Researchers have developed a technique to 3D print and alter structural colours in the visible wavelength spectrum. The UV-assisted direct-ink-write 3D printing approach is capable of altering structural colour during the printing process to create vibrant and potentially more sustainable colours.
Researchers from NTU Singapore have established a pilot laboratory for the rapid prototyping of ultrathin and stretchable electronics.
Researchers have developed a polymer tape that can be used to stick 2D materials to many different surfaces, in an easy and user-friendly way.
Researchers have developed a new method that could help control spin waves by using a hexagonal pattern of copper disks on a magnetic insulator.
Researchers have developed a flexible electrode that could pave the way for biomedical devices to monitor irregular heartbeats, aid nerve repair and reduce scars.
Researchers from Osaka University have demonstrated a 300 GHz-band wireless link that was able to transmit data over a single channel at a rate of 240 gigabits per second.
Researchers have induced polarisation and polarity in metallic substances, potentially mitigating the power losses attributed to semiconductors.