Danish researchers are developing a new class of flexible, eco-friendly thin-film electronics, which they call 'fleco-ionics'.
Scientists have modified a previous synthesis method to create a new semiconducting polymer with remarkable properties that could be used in organic electronic devices.
Researchers have developed transfer-printing technology that uses hydrogel and nano ink to easily create high-performance sensors on flexible substrates of diverse shapes and structures.
FMAD NEO is the name of SCHURTER's latest single-stage filter family for three-phase systems with a neutral line. Compact with high performance, the filter series is suitable for use in today's portable industrial machines.
Scientists have used ultrarapid electro-optical modulators to convert terahertz data signals into optical signals, in an effort to prepare for the next generation of wireless data transmission.
Tiny infrared lasers offer 3D sensing functionality for consumer electronics like smartphones and robots like self-driving cars.
Saudi Arabian researchers have managed to combine sensing, energy-harvesting, current-rectifying and energy-storage functions into a single microchip.
US researchers have developed heat-free technology that they claim can print conductive, metallic lines and traces on just about anything — from flowers to gelatin.
Winmate's IB70 and IK70 P-Cap Open Frame Panel PC Series are available in screen sizes from 15″ to 23.8″. The panel PCs are tailored with the powerful data handling ability and peripheral support to fulfil the operational needs of smart retail and other IoT-related applications.
The first tangible evidence of 5G infrastructure has not been in mobile network base stations but rather in the Verizon fixed-wireless access (FWA) base stations for very high-speed broadband delivery to homes and businesses.
Four 20-output differential clock buffers that exceed PCIe Gen 5 jitter standards for next-generation data centre applications are now available from Microchip Technology.