Researchers have found that the most effective thermoelectric materials can be realised by shaping them into the thinnest possible nanowires.
TDK Corporation has available the latest series of EPCOS MKP AC capacitors for filter applications. The components of the B33331V* series are designed for a rated voltage of 460 Vrms, corresponding to a peak voltage of 650 V, and cover a capacitance range from 2 to 50 µF.
The QPD1025L gallium nitride (GaN) on silicon carbide (SiC) transistor, from Qorvo, operates with 1.8 kW at 65 V. It is claimed to be the industry's highest-power GaN-on-SiC radiofrequency transistor, delivering the high signal integrity and extended reach essential for L-band avionics and identification friend or foe (IFF) applications.
The uBSP signal splitter/duplicator, from Acromag, acts as a carrier for the microBlox line of plug-in signal conditioning modules to drive two scalable 4–20 mA or 0–10 V control outputs and an auxiliary 5 V third output from a single input.
The EKI-2525LI is an unmanaged, 5-port Ethernet switch that comes in an ultrasmall palm size. This makes it a suitable solution for environments with limited space, such as electronic boxes, cabinets and high-density plants.
A real-life version of Back to the Future's flux capacitor will have important applications in communication technology and quantum computing, according to its inventors.
A South African PhD student has found ways to control the spin transport in networks of the smallest electrical conductor known to man — the carbon nanotube.
The pin-compatible MAX20073 and MAX20074 buck converters, from Maxim Integrated Products, offer low EMI performance for low-voltage point-of-load applications and are suitable for automotive infotainment and ADAS.
A new magnetic material addresses two of the chief complaints surrounding battery-operated electronics: short battery life and too much heat generation.
Artila Electronics has launched the SW-200M, a FreeRTOS-based serial-to-wireless LAN module. It integrates a 32-bit ARM Cortex M3 processor with 2 MB Flash memory, 2.5 MB data memory, an SSL hardware accelerator and 802.11b/b/g compatible WLAN MAC/Baseband/RF.
With the MAX98357 and MAX98358 digital-input Class D audio power amplifiers by Maxim Integrated Products, designers can achieve high efficiency of 92% in a compact plug-and-play solution.