Seeking a low-cost, simple and efficient way to incorporate lithium into capacitors for electrical energy storage, researchers have proposed using two additives instead of one.
Antenova has added an ultra-compact dual-band Wi-Fi antenna to its range of tiny embedded antennas. It has been developed for the 4.9–5.9 GHz frequency, which is less cluttered than 2.4–2.5 GHz and gives enhanced performance with less interference.
NTT DOCOMO, AGC and Ericsson have achieved 5G mobile telecommunications using an antenna embedded in synthetic fused silica glass to transmit and receive 28 GHz 5G radio signals.
Schmidt Electronics Ethernet Media Converters are designed for operation in harsh industrial or outdoor environments. Housed in small rugged multipurpose enclosures that can be DIN-rail or wall-mounted, the converters are suitable for IP surveillance, traffic monitoring and security applications in space-constrained critical environments.
iBASE's MPT-3000RP is a fanless embedded PC that has been developed especially for railway applications. The EN50155/EN45545-certified and IP67-rated system offers the water and shock resistance necessary for outdoor applications and fully meets IIoV (Intelligent Internet of Vehicle) requirements.
UnitedSiC has released a family of high-performance FET transistors based on a cascode configuration, made with the use of SiC technology.
Arranging silver nanowires in bent configurations may make them more durable and less likely to fail inside electronic devices.
Scientists have launched a new project to develop a 'noise-cancelling headphone' for quantum computers, set to increase the stability of fragile quantum building blocks.
Researchers have developed a light beam device that could lead to faster internet, splitting light into the shapes it is made up of.
Würth Elektronik presents the WL-SFTW and WL-SFTD series of RGB LEDs, suitable for accent and decorative lighting, optical displays and industrial applications.
Physicists have found a way to manipulate superthin, wafer-like monolayers of superconductors such as graphene, thus changing the material's properties to create new artificial materials for future devices.
Graphene and other related materials can be directly incorporated into fabrics to produce charge storage elements such as capacitors, paving the way to textile-based power supplies.
Scientists have created superfast data processing using light pulses instead of electricity, using the power of magnets to record computer data.