Sensing currents in brushless motor drives is essential, even if it is just for current limiting.
The XLR-51 supercapacitor module, from Eaton, extends the XLR module family to 51.3 V and 188 F. It is suitable for rugged applications in harsh environments, such as transportation, marine, grid storage and material handling.
The QPF4219 front-end module (FEM) from Qorvo is designed for Internet of Things (IoT) systems based on Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac).
Scientists have found a new way to detect the efficiency of crystal semiconductors, using a kind of photoluminescence spectroscopy to characterise the semiconductors.
The Nuvo-7000E/P series of fanless embedded PCs has been designed for ruggedness and versatility, with features including an effective fanless design, an expansion cassette and a proprietary MezIO interface.
Researchers have made a breakthrough in the development of transistors based on gallium oxide, achieving high breakdown voltage combined with high current conductivity.
The fully flexible electronic devices could enable a wide range of applications that conform to different shapes and allow free movement without compromising function.
Renesas Electronics has introduced the RX72T series of 32-bit motor control microcontrollers (MCUs) with dedicated hardware accelerator IP to perform the complex, high-speed computations required for motor control in robots and other industrial equipment.
The MAAL-011129, from MACOM Technology Solutions, is an easy-to-use, three-stage low-noise amplifier (LNA). It is designed for operation from 18–31.5 GHz and housed in a lead-free, 2 mm, 8-lead PDFN plastic package.
Archer Exploration, a Sydney-based advanced materials business, has assembled the first qubit component of a prototype room-temperature operation quantum computing qubit processor.
Researchers have developed an ultrathin, artificial muscle for soft robotics, demonstrated via a robotic blooming flower brooch, dancing robotic butterflies and fluttering tree leaves on a kinetic art piece.
Due to their semiconductor properties, zinc oxide nanowires have potential applications in electronics and optics.
Danish researchers are developing a new class of flexible, eco-friendly thin-film electronics, which they call 'fleco-ionics'.
Scientists have modified a previous synthesis method to create a new semiconducting polymer with remarkable properties that could be used in organic electronic devices.