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Employing bidirectional power flow and sine amplitude converter technology, you achieve cost-effective and scalable power architecture to make your products smaller, less complex and competitive in today’s markets.
Learn about a new unified test architecture that accelerates the designing and testing of advanced electromechanical vehicle systems.
In this eBook, explore leading-edge service robots that provide an extraordinary experience in efficiency and comfort.
You are evaluated on your ability to manage cost and risk, whether you’re working on your next program bid or serving as a portfolio manager for software engineers to support legacy testers.
Imagine being able to see inside a patient rather than viewing scans or X-rays. Imagine being able to see what maintenance and repairs are needed on a piece of machinery just by looking at it. AR prototypes are in development in a number of industries to solve such problems.
Learn how to design an isolated power system that can start up within 10 ms of application of input power source every time.
The LED market is one of the fastest-growing sectors in the electronics industry. Due to the design freedom that LEDs offer, applications are becoming more diverse and challenging. Aesthetic results must be achieved in conjunction with consideration of reliability and lifetime of the product.
Defence applications with 270 VDC input must meet stringent EMI, environmental and power-related standards such as MIL-STD-461, MIL-STD-810 and MIL-STD-704. The design process is further complicated by SWaP-C requirements.
Viable power-switching devices based on gallium nitride (GaN) technology have turned the corner — and there’s no going back. They offer greater efficiency and power-handling performance compared to their well-established, widely available silicon MOSFET counterparts.