Two fundamental quantum techniques have been combined by researchers in an integrated silicon chip, confirming the promise of using silicon for quantum computing.
Researchers have yielded organic light-emitting diodes with an external quantum efficiency (EQE) greater than 50% with an external scattering medium.
A neuromorphic supercomputer, designed and built to work in the same way as a human brain, has been switched on for the first time.
Marl's range of high-performance panel indicator LEDs has been specifically designed for installation in all categories of climatic and hazardous environments, providing high-intensity indication for long durations in demanding applications.
A diamond-based ultrathin transistor has the ability to outperform and be more durable than current devices deployed in high-radiation environments such as rocket engines.
RECOM's latest power modules are designed to increase the power density of DOSA-packaged DC/DC converters. The RPM modules feature efficiency up to 99%, enabling a low-profile package suitable for applications where space is critical.
Renesas Electronics has announced a family of encapsulated digital DC/DC PMBus power modules. The five RAA210xxx simple digital power modules offer advanced digital telemetry and performance.
Researchers from the University of Glasgow have managed to suspend little polystyrene particles in mid-air, supported only by ultrasonic acoustic waves.
Copley Controls has released a series of low-voltage servo drives for brushless motors. The Argus drive is capable of running up to 2.7 kW motors and most common feedback types are supported.
Scientists have conclusively demonstrated the advantage of quantum computers, developing a quantum circuit that can solve a specific 'difficult' algebraic problem.
The European Commission Horizon 2020 TWEETHER project, headed by Lancaster University, is producing the future communication 'arteries' of 5G.