02 October 2017 Miguel Fernandez Avnet EMEA

Too good to be true - the cost of counterfeit electronics and how to avoid them

The issue of counterfeit electronic components is one that has troubles the electronics industry - using them can have some major issues, everything from being removed from a preferred suppliers list to a reduction in quality.

Too good to be true - the cost of counterfeit electronics and how to avoid them
18 September 2017 Mike Logan andersDX

Should I consider AMOLED?

LED technology is now being used for many applications not envisaged years ago. One variant of LED technology namely AMOLED, active-matrix organic light-emitting diode, technology is a form that is being used increasingly.

Should I consider AMOLED?
04 September 2017 Mark Patrick Mouser Electronics

Refining IoT Technology to Address Demands of the Healthcare Market

The Internet of Things, IoT is destined to affect many areas of everyday life - we expect it will include many areas like smart meters, remote control of lighting, but what about the healthcare market . . .

Refining IoT Technology to Address Demands of the Healthcare Market
21 August 2017 Ian Crosby Zytronic

Multi-touch viewpoint

The human machine interface is evolving at a rapid rate - it has evolved froth e simple interfaces of a few years ago to highly sophisticated screens and panels that can detect gestures and multiple touches.

Multi-touch viewpoint
14 August 2017 Jeff Hastings BrightSign LLC

Is Your Digital Signage Network At Risk? Time to Check Your OS

Security on many issues is of paramount importance - poor security can lead to embarrassing outcomes as discovered on some digital signage in Washington DC, but it emphasises the issue that security on any item connected to the Internet including signage is very important.

Is Your Digital Signage Network At Risk? Time to Check Your OS
24 July 2017 Andreas Laute Melexis

Wide CFAR transceiver enables Sub-GHz IoT

One key requirement for many Internet of Things transceivers is the carrier frequency acceptance range or CFAR as transmitters may not always have a very accurate carrier frequency generation scheme.

Wide CFAR transceiver enables Sub-GHz IoT
10 July 2017 Clive Beech Plessey

As Expectations for LED Lighting Grow, So Must Advances in Fabrication Technology

LED technology has advanced a long way in recent years - from he small LED indicators used years ago, LED lighting is now a major technology providing everything from television displays to domestic and commercial lighting as well as having many automotive applications.

As Expectations for LED Lighting Grow, So Must Advances in Fabrication Technology
26 June 2017 Mark Patrick Mouser Electronics

Autonomous Cars – End of the Year or Not Yet Near?

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has predicted that his company’s cars might be able to drive across the US autonomously as early as the beginning of 2018. Is this ambitious goal possible?

Autonomous Cars – End of the Year or Not Yet Near?
12 June 2017 Patrick Osterloh Toshiba Electronics Europe

A Custom SoC Design Alternative to ASIC and FPGA

New solution for high performance, low power and low system cost bridges the gap between ASIC and FPGA technology, providing significant benefits

A Custom SoC Design Alternative to ASIC and FPGA
05 June 2017 Nick Robins Alpha Micro Components

A flexible approach to better antennas

For the Internet of Things to become as ubiquitous as forecasts suggests, a lot of Things are going to need Internet connections, many of them wireless.

A flexible approach to better antennas
22 May 2017 Mark Patrick Mouser Electronics

Perpetual Motion Machines - Always Giving 110%

The perpetual motion machine is something that has been sought by inventors from the very earliest days of science . . . . but does the concept have links to the IIoT?

Perpetual Motion Machines - Always Giving 110%
08 May 2017 Frank Förster Intel Programmable Solutions Group

IoT-driven data deluge: Why FPGAs will play a central role

Huge amounts of data are starting to be generated by the Internet of Things: dealing with this data deluge requires a new approach to computing and FPGAs will play a central role.

computer storage overview enterprise
24 April 2017 Mats Andersson u-blox

Bluetooth 5: Why it’s key to the IoT

Bluetooth 5 is the latest flavour of the popular wireless standard. It is anticipated that it will become even more widespread with is applicability to so many applications.

bluetooth 5 - why it is the key to the IoT
10 April 2017 Scott Soong Pervasive Displays

Machine maintenance made easy with e-paper displays

Do you wake up craving a caffeine hit to boost you through the morning? And do you rely on coffee to get you through the day?

e-paper service refill button
03 April 2017 Lance Williams ON Semiconductor

Automotive Safety Demands Vision

Advanced driver assistance schemes need to be able to correctly detect and accommodate LED lighting and signage to be able to respond correctly. Find out how this can be done.

automotive safety demands on vision

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