by Val Gretchev, Electro-Tech-Online forum member One of the most confusing interface standards must be RS-232. Since its introduction in 1962, it has undergone numerous changes as it was put to use in many applications not originally envisioned. Over the years, many products were designed by engineers who interpreted the specifications in their own way […]
GaN Systems, the industry-leading enabler of high voltage, high current, and high-frequency wireless charging, has joined the AirFuel Alliance, a global, nonprofit consortium of industry leaders responsible for developing wireless charging standards. GaN Systems will aid the Alliance by bringing its wireless technology experience, by extending beyond the previously assumed limits of wireless charging, and […]
TDK Corporation presents the new TFM160808ALC thin-film inductor for power supply circuits, which features a maximum DC resistance of 62 mΩ that is 30 percent lower than for existing types (e.g. TFM160808ALM, 0.47 μH). The new type, whose compact dimensions are just 1.6 mm x 0.8 mm x 0.8 mm, also offers a high rated […]
Newark element14, the leading distributor and world’s largest manufacturer of the Raspberry Pi family of products and accessories, has announced the launch of 3 new products – Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3, Raspberry Pi Compute Module Lite and Raspberry Pi Compute Module Development kit. The Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 (CM3) and Compute Module 3 […]
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Forum members at EEWorld’s online engineering community Electro-Tech-Online have been sharing their electronic circuit ideas with other members for years. Now we’re featuring some of those circuits and projects you can build on EEWorldonline. Look for future posts featuring power, robotics, high voltage and audio circuits, as well as many others — all created by our […]
by Anil Pandey, Principal R & D Engineer, Keysight Technologies, and EDAboard.com forum member Antenna modeling in smartphone devices, using electromagnetic simulation software, has improved significantly by allowing the simulation of the antenna behavior in complex environments surrounding the antenna. Thus, current electromagnetic software allows the simulation of handheld antennas regarding not only the human presence (such […]
KOA Speer Electronics introduces the new high precision (±0.25%) thick film chip resistor RK73G. Compared to KOA’s general purpose RK73 series, the new RK73G has an even better T.C.R. of ±50 ppm/°C and its new tolerance of ±0.25% is ideal for precision designs such as high accuracy sensing or voltage detection circuits in automotive and […]
Bel Power Solutions, a division of Bel Fuse Inc.,, a premier global manufacturer of power management devices, announces the release of their DIN Rail Switching Mode Power Supply portfolio, ideal for use in a broad range of industrial applications. “Bel is proud to announce a major extension to our DIN Rail offering. The new products […]
by Anil Pandey, Principal R&D Engineer, Keysight Technologies and EDAboard.com forum member Electrostatic discharge(ESD) is the sudden and momentary electric current that flows between two objects at different electrical potentials caused by direct contact or induced by an electrostatic field. An Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) strike is a constant threat to device reliability and functionality. Many low-voltage core […]
Mentor Graphics Corp. today announced that TSMC has extended its collaboration with Mentor Graphics on the Xpedition® Enterprise platform in conjunction with the Calibre® platform for the design and verification of TSMC’s InFO (Integrated Fan-Out) packaging technology for multi-chip and chip-DRAM integration applications. Mentor developed new Xpedition functionality specifically to support InFO and enable the […]
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