Researchers have developed new nonwoven materials that are electrically conductive as well as flexible and breathable, making them suitable for daily use.
Artila Electronics has announced the RIO-2017PG, a high-performance, compact, remote I/O module interface with up to eight isolated A/I channels.
Researchers have invented an ultrathin elastic display that can show the moving waveform of an electrocardiogram recorded by an on-skin electrode sensor that fits snugly on the skin.
The MAX12900 is an ultralow-power, highly integrated 4–20 mA sensor transmitter from Maxim Integrated Products, enabling users to create small, low-power designs for industrial automation applications.
Growing high-quality, crystalline 2D materials at scale has proven a significant challenge for researchers — until now.
STMicroelectronics has agreed with MACOM Technology Solutions, a supplier of high-performance RF, microwave, millimeter-wave and lightwave semiconductor products, to develop GaN (gallium nitride)-on-silicon wafers for the latter's use across an array of RF applications.
The dual ISL8274M operates from a 5 or 12 V power rail, provides two 30 A outputs and has up to 95.5% peak efficiency in an 18 x 23 mm2 footprint. The ZL9024M operates from a 3.3 V rail and outputs 33 A of power in a 17 x 19 mm2 footprint.
The S32V234 vision and sensor fusion processor, from NXP Semiconductors, is designed to support safe computation-intensive applications in vision and sensor fusion applications.
Scientists have created a customisable, fabric-like power source that can be cut, folded or stretched without losing its function, making it suitable for wearable electronics.
u-blox has announced the SARA‑R412M, an LTE Cat M1, NB-IoT and quad band 2G (EGPRS) module with worldwide coverage. Measuring 16 x 26 mm, the module provides both LTE and quad band EGPRS support in a single design.
US scientists have unveiled the inner workings of memristors, which can vary their electrical resistance based on the memory of past activity.
Scientists at The University of Texas at Dallas have observed unusual behaviour in a sample of crystals, in a study published in the journal Chemical Communications.