Researchers find a way of transporting electrons at times below the femtosecond range by manipulating them with light — which could have major implications for the future of data processing.
Designers of automotive electronic systems have the opportunity to increase the number of displays per vehicle while reducing design complexity by using the MAX16923 4-output display power IC with watchdog timer from Maxim Integrated Products.
As conventional silicon-based MOSFETs mature, they are now reaching their theoretical limits of performance.
The DACx0501 digital-to-analog converters (DACs), from Texas Instruments, offer a wide power supply range from 2.7 to 5.5 V and include an integrated 2.5 V internal reference that delivers three full-scale buffered output voltage ranges.
The design is said to reduce the amount of heat generated by the devices during operations by 40%, leading to simplification of the cooling system.
Researchers have produced a two-dimensional hexagonal boron nitride ink, which has been used to fabricate flexible thin-film transistors.
Intel Labs has unveiled what is believed to be a first-of-its-kind cryogenic control chip, which should help speed up development of full-stack quantum computing systems.
Carbon impurity has long hindered efficiency in nitride-based electronic and optical devices, but now researchers have discovered a method that can quickly detect carbon impurity using light.
Neousys' IGT-30 Series, equipped with the AM3352 from Texas Instruments' Sitara AM335x family, is an ARM-based box PC designed for Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) gateways and Industry 4.0 applications.
The SMARC module is an application-ready subsystem that comes with a comprehensive ecosystem including ready-to-go boot loader implementation, pre-qualified Linux, Yocto and Android BSPs, and a fully featured evaluation carrier board.
By creating a protocol that allows a quantum computer to check its own answers to difficult problems, scientists have provided a means to confirm that the computer is working correctly.