New Zealand researchers have created a crystal-based device that could enable the next generation of faster, more energy-efficient internet.
The smart composite material shows properties that have not previously been observed: it increases in electrical conductivity as it is deformed, especially when elongated.
Archer Exploration has commenced its maiden quantum technology project — to build a carbon-based quantum computing device that operates at room temperature.
The SINEAX DM5S, from Camille Bauer, is a DIN rail instrument for measuring in single phase and three phase. 3- and 4-wire systems can be equipped with a Modbus RTU interface and up to four analog signals.
A combination of nanofabrication techniques and conventional semiconductor materials has been used to engineer an artificial version of graphene — one which can be manufactured on an industrial scale.
Commercialisation of light-emitting organic materials has so far remained elusive.
Korean researchers have developed a textile-based wearable display module technology that is washable and does not require an external power source.
Electronic skin developed by the National University of Singapore is transparent, stretchable, touch-sensitive and self-healing in aquatic environments.
Designed for Internet of Things (IoT) systems based on Wi-Fi 6, the QPF4528 front-end module (FEM) from Qorvo offers a compact form factor and integrated matching to minimise layout area in applications such as wireless routers, set-top boxes and access points.
The RBB10 series is a 4 A non-isolated buck/boost regulator power module with a low profile for space-critical applications. It reaches an efficiency of up to 96%, which allows it to operate at full load in ambient temperatures as high as 85°C without forced air cooling.