The MAX78000 low-power neural network accelerated microcontroller, from Maxim Integrated Products, is designed to move AI to the edge without performance compromises in battery-powered IoT devices.
Engineers have developed a monolayer organic semiconductor layer for organic field-effect transistors, enabling the devices to be reduced in size without downgrading their performance.
An international research team has created a way for ultralow-power printed electronics to recharge from ambient light or radiofrequency noise.
Silicon Labs' BGM220P and BGM220S Bluetooth modules are built to meet the performance and security requirements of battery-powered Internet of Things (IoT) devices.
Renesas Electronics has introduced the ISL9122A — a flexible buck-boost switching regulator with bypass mode that provides ultralow quiescent current (IQ) for powering sensors, microcontrollers (MCUs), wireless devices and other system components.
MPL's TRICOR12 is a rugged embedded computer that combines a built-in 12.1″ screen with good optical specifications and a core functional module based on the company's single-board computer.
The MAX25430 100 W USB PD buck-boost controller and protector from Maxim Integrated Products is claimed to reduce design size by up to 40% compared to competitive multi-IC solutions, while increasing the number of USB PD ports in vehicles.
Researchers have found a way to fabricate tiny energy storage devices that can effectively power flexible and wearable skin sensors along with other electronic devices.
Researchers have successfully printed and demonstrated organic transistors — electronic switches that can operate close to their theoretical speed limits.
congatec has announced 12 computer-on-modules in parallel with the launch of the 11th Gen Intel Core processors. Based on the low-power, high-density Tiger Lake SoCs, the modules offer high CPU and GPU performance, along with PCIe Gen4 and USB4 support.