New assembly of nanowires makes for stronger computer chips

05 October, 2022

Researchers have developed a technique to place nanowires with sub-micron accuracy, thereby accelerating the development of more powerful computer chips.

Wearable medical sensors enhanced with ultrathin mesh

05 October, 2022

Researchers have designed an ultrathin mesh-type polymer PTC thermistor that can stretch and bend, thereby enhancing the flexibility of wearable medical sensors.

Advantech ARK-1221L and ARK-1250L Din-rail edge computers

04 October, 2022 | Supplied by: Advantech Australia Pty Ltd

The Advantech ARK-1221L and ARK-1250L computers feature compact, rugged and fanless designs that support wide operating temperature ranges and voltage input.

Nanocomposite films used to keep thin electronics cool

30 September, 2022

Scientists from Japan have used cellulose nanofibre–carbon fibre composite films with high in-plane heat conductivity to boost heat dissipation in thin electronics.

Rockley unveils new chip for wearable health monitoring

27 September, 2022

Silicon photonics technology company Rockley Photonics has developed a micro-transfer-printed silicon-photonics-based laser for commercial applications.

Texas Instruments BUF802 buffering operational amplifier

23 September, 2022 | Supplied by: Mouser Electronics

The TI BUF802 is a high-input-impedance, open-loop, unity gain buffer amplifier that offers wide bandwidth capable of supporting frequency bandwidths up to 3.1 GHz.

IBASE BYTEM-101-PC all-in-one 10.1″ panel PC

23 September, 2022 | Supplied by: Backplane Systems Technology Pty Ltd

The IBASE BYTEM-101-PC all-in-one 10.1″ panel PC features a flat panel design with a projected capacitive display and IP65 front-panel waterproof protection.

New colloidal synthesis method for alkaline earth chalcogenides

21 September, 2022

Researchers have developed a way to synthesise new materials that could lead to more sustainable and environmentally friendly items like solar panels and LEDs.

Miniaturisation: performance versus power in embedded systems

16 September, 2022 by Martin Kellerman* | Supplied by: Microchip Technology Hong Kong Limited

Learn more about how FPGAs will empower the next-generation technology revolution with power-efficient performance in many new applications for every industry.

Metasurfaces present new opportunities for quantum research

15 September, 2022

Researchers have created a metasurface material that could help improve efforts to harness quantum entanglement in the production of new technologies.

NIST, Google partner to produce open-source chips for researchers

15 September, 2022

The National Institute of Standards and Technology and Google have partnered to make industry-standard chips available to universities, to boost semiconductor manufacturing.

Qorvo QPA1724 Ku/K-Band GaN Power Amplifier

07 September, 2022 | Supplied by: Mouser Electronics

The QPA1724 Ku/K-Band gallium nitride (GaN) power amplifier is designed to deliver RF performance for commercial and defence markets.

110-year-old experiment used to make more powerful electronic devices

02 September, 2022

Researchers have used a modernised version of an old experimental geometry dating back to 1911 to measure the exact electronic properties of a domain wall.

Avalue Technology ARC-1535 and ARC-1538 rugged panel PCs

31 August, 2022 | Supplied by: Avalue

The Avalue Technology ARC-1535 and ARC-1538 rugged panel PCs are suitable for operation in harsh environments to help machines work without disruption.

Würth Elektronik WE-BMS signal transformers

30 August, 2022 | Supplied by: Wurth Electronics Australia Pty

The WE-BMS signal transformers from Würth Elektronik feature a high operating voltage of up to 1000 VDE, making them suitable for energy storage systems, e-bikes or e-scooters.

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