28 November 2016 AJ ElJallad ON Semiconductor

Welcome to the Brave New World of Wireless Power

From smart homes and white goods to consumer devices, medical products, vehicles and even smart cities, wireless power has the potential to unlock opportunities and improve flexibility for consumers and system designers alike.

The Brave New World of Wireless Power
21 November 2016 Andrew Pockson Anglia Components

When using LTE for IoT applications there is more than one standard to deal with.

There are several different LTE UE categories that will be used for machine to machine communications. Understanding the differences is a key to making the right decisions for your product.

14 November 2016 Josh Mickolio Digi-Key Electronics

Talking to the cloud: a pre-requisite for any IoT device

As essential as gas is to an engine, so is wireless communication to an IoT device.

Talking to the Cloud
07 November 2016 Phil Ebbert Riedon

Why is a Wirewound Resistor not a Wirewound Inductor?

By their very nature, inductance is a major issue with some wire wound resistors, but how can this be minimised?

why is a wire wound resistor not a wire wound inductor eyecatcher
31 October 2016 Mike Levin Peratech

Changes in Human-Machine Interfaces, HMI for the latest technology

As technology advances, so the need to provide a better interface between humans and machines or electronic equipment becomes more imperative. No longer are the basic interfaces applicable as much more innovative and advanced solutions are needed.

force sensing button
24 October 2016 Juha Laukkanen Anite

Optimising Voice over LTE, VoLTE in Public Safety Systems

Current public safety networks, such as TETRA, are lacking the high data speeds required by new public safety services. The new public safety networks are based on LTE - a mainstream technology that enables high data speeds and also Voice over LTE (VoLTE) services.

Testing LTE / VoLTE for public safety systems
17 October 2016 Martin Hägerdal Ericsson

Data Centre Power Supply Hardware & Software Trends

Data centres are becoming increasingly important as the amount of data being stored and accessed rises exponentially - but one forgotten element is the data centre power supplies.

data centres
10 October 2016 Mark Patrick Mouser Electronics

Why virtual reality stands on the cusp of its breakthrough

From his position in distribution, seeing where the market trends are leading, Mark Patrick of Mouser looks at the way in which virtual reality is moving forwards in the electronics industry.

virtual reality
03 October 2016 Hafeez Najumudeen & Gabriele Fulco Omron Electronic Components Europe

Electronic equipment cost is more than Bill of Materials cost

When considering the overall cost of manufacture, it is essential to look at more than just the Bill of Materials cost - assembly time is also a major element.

cost of assembly must be considered as well as cost of bill of materials
26 September 2016 Rob Hoeben Ampleon

Solid state microwave ovens; unlocking new opportunities for food

Microwave ovens are synonymous with magnetrons, but now their days are numbered as solid state technology at last takes a foothold.

Solid state microwave ovens
19 September 2016 Rahman Jamal National Instruments

Smarter Technology Requires Smarter Test Systems

Rahman Jamal looks at Living in a Smarter World: Smarter Test Systems on the Verge of Conquering the Market

seat technology smart test systems ecosystems
12 September 2016 Manish Deo Intel Programmable Solutions Group

Next Generation Memory Technology Needed for Developing Systems

As electronic systems are advancing and functionality and sophistication increasing, there is a growing need for revolutionary next generation memory technologies, especially for applications requiring Big Data.

New memory technology for new systems
05 September 2016 Jonathan Borrill Anritsu EMEA Ltd

5G & IoT Specific Technologies to Handle High Device Numbers

Jonathan Borrill of Anritsu looks at why LTE can’t handle the high number of devices for IoT, and why 5G and IoT specific new technologies can

5G and the Internet of Things IoT
29 August 2016 Mychal McCabe Wind River

Software-Defined Technology Wave

Software has enabled far higher levels of functionality to be achieved in many areas. One area that is becoming more common is software defined technology: software defined radios, software defined networks. Find out more about software defined technology.

Software defined technology
15 August 2016 Phil Ebbert Riedon

Thermal EMF Effect in Resistors

Resistors and in this case, precision resistors may be seen as simple straightforward devices, but their design and use is not always as straightforward as it may seem. Who knows about the Seebeck effect?

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