Renesas Electronics Corporation has introduced the RX23E-A series of 32-bit microcontrollers (MCUs), combining a high-precision analog front end (AFE) and an MCU on a single chip.
The SOM-5899 is a COM Express Type 6 Module designed with an 8th and 9th Gen Intel Core H-series processor. It provides a variety of scalable options for different power consumption and performance requirements.
Researchers sent high-frequency sound waves across a modified semiconductor device to direct the behaviour of a single electron, with efficiencies in excess of 99%.
The STG gearbox from Dunkermotoren, featuring Spirotec gearing, is an angular gearbox developed for the long service life of BG motors. Further features of the Spirotec gearbox are a high transmittable torque, high robustness and low-noise operation.
As virtual and augmented reality applications become part of our everyday lives, some users are developing feelings of discomfort and dizziness when the virtual and real perceptions do not match. Osram's Firefly SFH 4030 and SFH 4060 infrared LEDs help to prevent these side effects by enabling eye-tracking solutions that provide a targeted point of reference, allowing users to safely immerse in other worlds.
Based on a design 10 years in the making, the processor has built-in scalability that allows the number of quantum components — made out of light — to scale to extreme numbers.
iBASE's SI-323-N is a triple-HDMI digital signage player based on the AMD Ryzen Embedded R1000 SoC with AMD Radeon Vega 3 Graphics, enabling good graphics performance and optimal power efficiency.
STMicroelectronics and YouTransactor have developed the YTSECPCI — a PCI secure system-on-chip (SoC) for mobile payment terminals based on a general-purpose microcontroller for robust performance and low power.
Axiomtek's IPC974-519-FL is a 4-slot fanless industrial system that provides edge computing capabilities for a wide variety of industrial AIoT applications, such as real-time control, data analysis, deep learning and automated optical inspection.
Researchers have developed a highly sensitive rectifying element in the form of a nanowire backward diode, which can convert low-power microwaves into electricity.