In the foreseeable future, electronic components based on silicon will no longer be able to meet industrial requirements.
The G.hn Wave-2 networking chipset, from MaxLinear, features the G.hn digital baseband and G.hn analog front ends. The networking platform offers designers the flexibility to combine footprint-compatible components to address multiple G.hn applications.
Emirates Team New Zealand's vigorous defence of the 36th America's Cup will be assisted with the support of maxon DC motors.
Data being shared on the highly anticipated 'quantum internet' would be stored in light particles, which can store vast amounts of information.
Researchers have made a breakthrough in efficiency that has the potential to benefit technologies including OLED displays, plastic-based solar cells and bioelectronics.
Aerotech's XL4s network digital drive is a high-performance linear amplifier designed to drive single-phase motors and eliminate the non-linearities common with PWM amplifiers. It provides deterministic behaviour, auto-identification and easy software set-up.
Advantech's IDS-3315 front IP65-rated industrial touch monitor is built for water- and dust-resistant applications. It is equipped with ruggedised front metal frames, providing optimal solutions for water- and dust-resistant applications while keeping a compact and narrow bezel design.
The SAX270 electronically tunable bandpass filter, from NewEdge Signal Solutions, is designed for the extended UHF band in tactical communications applications.
A new magnetic memory device is able to manipulate digital information 20 times more efficiently and with 10 times more stability than commercial spintronic digital memories.
Researchers have announced a major advancement towards the creation of a topological transistor, which would burn much less energy than conventional electronics.
The Renesas Synergy S1JA microcontrollers (MCUs) target low-power IIoT sensor applications such as flow control meters, multisensor systems, headless medical monitors and instrumentation systems, and single-phase electricity meters.
US researchers have developed a method to make atom-flat sensors that seamlessly integrate with devices to report on what they perceive.