Swiss and UK researchers have discovered structures based on two-dimensional materials that emit tailor-made light in any colour you could wish for.
STMicroelectronics and TSMC are collaborating to accelerate the development of gallium nitride (GaN) process technology and the supply of both discrete and integrated GaN devices to market.
The DA14531 SmartBond TINY, from Dialog Semiconductor, is a small and power-efficient Bluetooth 5.1 system-on-chip (SoC) expected to enable more classes of Internet of Things (IoT) devices, including the growing market for connected medical products.
A thickness-controlled black phosphorous tunnel field-effect transistor shows 10 times lower switching power consumption than conventional CMOS transistors.
European researchers have unveiled an algorithm that they claim can solve complex problems easily and accurately — even on a personal computer.
The RM-N8M SMARC series targets lower power and small form factor systems. Measuring 82 x 50 mm, it is said to feature flexibility in terms of platform design and customisation for end-user applications, while reducing development time and accelerating time to market.
The all-digital phase-locked loop — a critical clocking circuit that is used in virtually all digital applications — fits in an area measuring just 50 x 72 µm2.
The AP730 multifunction I/O module performs analog input, analog output, discrete I/O and counter/timer functions. A variety of carrier cards can host up to four modules and are available in PCIe, VPX, XMC, CompactPCI-Serial and mini-ITX embedded computing platforms.
u‑blox has announced certification of its dual-mode SARA‑R410M‑83B module for Australia on Telstra's LTE‑M and NB-IoT cellular network.
Winmate's FM10Q is an Android-based vehicle-mounted computer (VMC). The quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon Arm-based platform delivers powerful computing performance while being power efficient and includes long-term extended support that should reduce maintenance for years to come.
Researchers devised a way to make nanosized semiconductors on a metal surface, generating localised heat on a gold nanoparticle within a butterfly-shaped nanostructure.
An innovative manufacturing technique has led to the development of hybrid organic transistors for use in next-generation displays and large-area electronics.