Researchers have successfully measured spin transport in a thin film of specific molecules at room temperature — a discovery that could promote spintronic devices.
The STMicroelectronics STISO620 digital isolator offers a solution for applications that need to isolate two digital signals and transfer the digital communication across the isolation barrier.
Physicists have demonstrated a new method that could make the quantum properties of macroscopic objects more accessible than before.
Australian physicists have outlined a way to achieve more accurate measurements of microscopic objects using quantum computers.
A team of researchers has partnered with HJ Goldsmid, from the University of New South Wales, to create a method to evaluate the efficiency of thermoelectric materials.
The ams OSRAM AS7343L 13-channel multi-spectral sensors are designed for spectral identification of lateral flow particle markers.
The ICP DAS DL-100S-E Series remote temperature and humidity data logger can be used to record temperature, humidity and dewpoint information.
Researchers have developed a method that can simultaneously locate individual electrical flaws in multiple microcircuits on the same chip.
Telecommunications company NTT has reportedly achieved the world’s fastest optical transmission experiment of digital coherent optical signals over 2 Tbits/s per wavelength.
An international team of researchers has designed an ultra-small spectrometer that can be positioned on a microchip and is worked using artificial intelligence (AI).
The Rohde & Schwarz FE170ST and FE170SR D band frontend extensions are designed to simplify early next generation mobile communications research.
The R&S ATS1500C antenna test system from Rohde & Schwarz now offers an added temperature test option and feed antenna, enabling temperature-controlled measurements in a wide temperature range as well as parallel access to both polarisations.