Thermaltronics TMT-R8000S soldering robot

23 April, 2024 | Supplied by: Chemtools Pty Ltd

The Thermaltronics TMT-R8000S soldering robot is designed to meet the requirements of high-speed operation, repeatability and durability.

Researchers develop programmable photonic processor

18 April, 2024

A team of researchers have manufactured a universal, programmable and multifunctional photonic chip that has a range of applications.

ADLINK Technology IMB-M47, IMB-M47H industrial ATX motherboards

18 April, 2024 | Supplied by: ADLINK Technology Inc

The industrial motherboards from ADLINK Technology are designed to enhance edge performance in a range of applications.

Monash University home to three electron microscopes

18 April, 2024

Monash University has unveiled three new electron microscopes that will help scientists push the frontiers in materials science to solve complex challenges.

LabsLand Prism4 remote engineering hardware system

17 April, 2024 | Supplied by: Digi-Key Electronics

The Prism4 remote engineering hardware system is a modular structure for building interactive real-time, remote hardware systems more efficiently.

Tuneable coloured films for displays and sensors

11 April, 2024 by Sankeerthana Avasarala, Indian Institute of Science

Researchers have developed tuneable coloured films that can change colours based solely on mechanical deformation, without drawing on power.

Microwave signals generated from tiny photonic chip

05 April, 2024 by Meeri Kim, Columbia Engineering

Researchers have reportedly created a compact, all-optical device with the lowest microwave noise ever achieved for an integrated chip.

Brain-inspired system gathers data from salt-sized sensors

04 April, 2024 by Brown University

A team of engineers have developed tiny microelectronic chips that can efficiently transmit, receive and decode data in real time.

Sticking materials together without glue or tape — just electricity

19 March, 2024

Researchers have used a small voltage to bind hard and soft materials to each other, without requiring tape or glue; they were also able to unbind them by simply reversing the charge.

Compact chips could enhance navigation and communication

15 March, 2024

NIST and collaborators have built compact chips capable of converting light into microwaves, which could improve navigation, communication and radar systems.

Advanced microchips developed for modern AI workloads

14 March, 2024

Princeton researchers have reimagined the physics of computing to build a chip for modern AI workloads, and with new U.S. Government backing they will see how fast and power-efficient this chip can get.

Avalue BC680R ATX motherboard

08 March, 2024 | Supplied by: Avalue

The Avalue BC680R ATX motherboard is designed to meet the upgrade needs of industrial manufacturing, automotive electronics, military, medical and other fields.

Microwave photonics chip uses optics for analog computation

07 March, 2024

Researchers have developed a microwave photonic device that can process analog electronic signals and compute using optics at ultrafast speeds.

Nanothin memory chips manufactured with 2D printing

06 March, 2024

Engineers from the University of Sydney have developed a 2D printing process using liquid metals that could help to manufacture more advanced computing hardware at the nanoscale.

Hammond Electronics UL94-V0 ABS IP54 1556 enclosures

01 March, 2024 | Supplied by: Hammond Electronics Pty Ltd

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.

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