Components

Stacked, packed nanowires hold triplexed megadata

22 April, 2004

Scientists have created a transistor architecture using molecular-scale nanowire memory cells. It promises unprecedently compact data storage.


Power MOSFETs

19 April, 2004 | Supplied by: http://www.arrowaustralia.com/

Siliconix has released a trio of 250 V n-channel TrenchFET power MOSFETs that are claimed to offer the lowest on-resistance available in the SO-8, PowerPAK SO-8, and D2PAK packages for this voltage rating.


Illuminated switches

19 April, 2004 | Supplied by: http://www.switchesplus.com.au/

NKK has available a range of illuminated push-button switches.


Reset chips

19 April, 2004 | Supplied by: http://www.braemac.com.au/

STMicroelectronics has announced four microprocessor reset chips that are intended for high volume, cost sensitive applications, including computers, servers, printers, fax machines, mobile and GSM phones and consumer products.


Thin profile DC-Micromotors

19 April, 2004 | Supplied by: http://www.erntec.net/

The centrepiece of each thin profile DC-Micromotor is the ironless rotor with its three flat oval copper coils.


Researchers put a spin on electronics

05 April, 2004

University of Utah physicists have taken an important step towards a new generation of faster, cheaper computers and electronics by building the first 'organic spin valves'


Transistor lights the way

21 March, 2004

Researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have developed the world’s first light emitting transistor (LET).


DNA creates self-assembling nano transistor

17 March, 2004

Proving it is possible to use biology to create electronics, scientists at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology have harnessed the power of DNA to create a self-assembling nanoscale transistor, the building block of electronics.


Multilevel molecular memory

17 March, 2004

In conventional memory cells a bit of information is either a zero or one.(In hypothetical quantum computers, a bit could be both a zero and a one at the same time, but that kind of nimble balancing is years away from exploitation and so bits continue to be bi-level.) In the meantime one way of cramming more data into a fixed lateral region on a data storage device, other than shrinking the cell's size, is to store more than one bit in each memory cell. This is one goal of molecular electronics (or moletronics) where, for instance one would like to store information in the form of parcels of charge placed at several active sites around a single molecule.


Low profile capacitors

15 March, 2004 | Supplied by: http://www.adilam.com.au/

Vishay has added to its 592D family of low-profile tantalum capacitors with 2200 µF devices in 2 mm case height and 3300 µF in 2.5 mm case height.


Quadrature demodulator

15 March, 2004 | Supplied by: http://www.soanar.com/

A monolithic IF quadrature demodulator from Linear Technology operates with a single supply voltage down to 1.8.


MOSFET driver

15 March, 2004 | Supplied by: http://www.powertech.co.nz/

Maxim has introduced the MAX8552 single-phase MOSFET driver IC optimised to complement the MAX8524/MAX8525 CPU core-supply controllers.


Motor controllers

15 March, 2004 | Supplied by: http://www.microchip.com/

Microchip Technology has launched a family of 8 bit flash microcontrollers with motor control peripherals that deliver better efficiency, quieter operation, greater range and extend the life of motors in automotive, industrial, appliance and consumer applications.


Memory device may archive data

12 February, 2004

Engineers at Princeton University and Hewlett-Packard have invented a combination of materials that could lead to cheap and super-compact electronic memory devices for archiving digital images or other data.


Short-wavelength LEDs at high-power output

10 February, 2004

Researchers at Sandia National Laboratories developing ultraviolet light-emitting diodes recently demonstrated two deep UV semiconductor optical devices that set records for wavelength/power output.


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