Purpose-built for industrial and IoT applications, the FPM-200 series are true-flat LCD monitors that feature an IP66-rated front panel for protection from water and dust ingress.
Microchip has announced its cloud-agnostic, turnkey, full-stack embedded development solutions.
Scientists have developed a semiconductor laser made of germanium and tin, whose efficiency is comparable with conventional GaAs semiconductor lasers on Si.
Korean researchers have created stretchable organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) that are compliant and maintain their performance under high-strain deformation.
Nordic Semiconductor's nRF52833 multiprotocol system-on-chip (SoC) features Bluetooth 5.1 direction finding capabilities and an expanded temperature range.
Winmate's GC Series G-WIN heavy-duty panel PC comes in sizes 7″ to 23.8″ and a wide variety of configurations. The range is engineered to satisfy those in demand of a stylish, robust and high-performance HMI.
Researchers have found a way to use jackfruit and durian — the latter considered the world's smelliest fruit — to create energy stores for rapid electricity charging.
Researchers have invented a novel class of reconfiguration techniques that adaptively extends both the minimum power consumption and the maximum performance of digital circuits.
Würth Elektronik has released the Bluetooth Low Energy 5.1 module Proteus-III and the proprietary version Thyone-I. Measuring 8 x 12 x 2 mm and based on the Nordic Semiconductor nRF52840 chipset, the module features integrated antennas, encryption technology and six configurable I/O pins.
Thorlabs has announced its ultralow-noise semiconductor laser product line, which offers a combination of high output power (>100 mW), narrow linewidth (<100 Hz) and ultralow relative intensity noise (<-165 dB/Hz).
Researchers have used inexpensive crystals, known as perovskites, to make Faraday rotators. These manipulate light in a range of devices by altering its polarisation.