Leaders from some of the world's largest electronics companies are heading to Adelaide in December for the World Electronics Forum (WEF2019).
The two parties are collaborating to develop cascade LEDs using BluGlass's remote plasma chemical vapour deposition (RPCVD) technology.
The Wi-Fi CERTIFIED 6 certification program from Wi-Fi Alliance — the worldwide network of companies that drives Wi-Fi adoption — is now available.
Finland's 6G Flagship research program has published what is claimed to be the world's first 6G white paper, opening the floor for defining the 2030 wireless era.
Digi-Key Electronics has signed a global distribution partnership with Directed Energy — a provider of modules for driving laser diodes as well as applications requiring a high voltage pulse.
Thermo Fisher Scientific has been appointed an authorised distributor of Fluke Corporation's range of professional electronic test tools in Australia.
Clean technology company BluGlass has formally opened its new manufacturing laboratories, the Paul Dunnigan Labs, at its state-of-the-art facility in Silverwater.
It is expected that the newly updated website will better serve customers by providing ease of use as they browse PCB articles, quote and submit orders.
Researchers have received funding from the US Navy to develop technology that will prevent electronics from shutting down when in space or in high-radiation environments on Earth.
Researchers have invented a new way for wearable devices to interconnect, incorporating conductive textiles into clothing to dynamically connect several wearable devices at once.
Scientists have achieved what they claim is the first two-qubit gate between atom qubits in silicon, operating around 200 times faster than other existing spin-based two-qubit gates.