The magnetically shielded 1:1 transformers, with an isolation voltage of 2000 V, offer low losses and a low level of stray inductance.
Researchers have created inkjet-printed switches that enable control over frequency-tuneable communication modules, such as antennas and filters.
Researchers have made a breakthrough in photonics, using a nanosized amplifier to improve the propagation of data inside a microchip.
The flexible FWA9500 network computing appliance, from iBASE, is a suitable workhorse for enterprise workloads, capable of managing vast quantities of data to enable robust levels of performance in industry-grade network security, firewall, VPN, UTM, WAN and network management applications.
Designers of high-performance automotive matrix lighting and adaptive driving beam light-emitting diode (LED) applications can now migrate to high-current devices with the MAX20092 12-switch matrix manager from Maxim Integrated Products.
Researchers have engineered a zinc-oxide-based transparent material that displays tuneable electronic properties depending on the tweaking of a new type of dopant.
The BCAP3400 P300 K04 ultracapacitor cell, from Maxwell Technologies, is a 3 V, 3400F cell that has been designed as a high-energy, high-power workhorse.
The Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3+ delivers the enhanced thermal performance and ease of use of Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ in a smaller form factor, with a choice of memory variants suitable for a broad range of embedded applications.
AI processing capabilities are moving from the cloud into the smart edge and are providing game-changing, intelligent ways to enable tomorrow's IoT.
EXAIR vortex tubes provide a maintenance-free solution to a variety of industrial spot cooling problems. Using an ordinary supply of compressed air as a power source, vortex tubes create two streams of air, one hot and one cold, with no moving parts.
The R7F0E is a 32-bit, Arm Cortex-based embedded controller capable of operating up to 64 MHz for rapid local processing of sensor data and execution of complex analysis and control functions. Consuming just 20 μA/MHz active current and 150 nA deep standby current, the product is suitable for low-power and energy harvesting applications.
Korean researchers have developed a polymeric material that could be key to the displays of the future.