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Infineon’s Integrated Power Stages Now Handle up to 950 V

Infineon's CoolSET Gen 5 IPS can enable designers to get better performance, efficiency, and reliability in high-voltage power supply applications. Infineon has added two new products to the company’s 5th generation fixed-frequency...

Cell Rover That Could Monitor Inner World Of The Cell

Researchers at the MIT Media Lab have developed a cell rover with a miniaturized magnetostrictive antenna that can wirelessly operate inside a living cell It is essential to monitor physical changes of...
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5th PCB Design Contest

About the Challenge Mouser Electronics is hosting the 5th PCBWay PCB Design Contest to be on par with technological advancements. Since the 1st PCB Design Contest, many meaningful projects, such as educational...

This Platform Could Bring Revolution In Chemical Industry

Researchers from Japan have developed a laboratory data management platform that enables automated analysis and lossless sharing of material exploration data in the form of knowledge graphs in electronics laboratory books The...

Raspberry Pi OS Update Brings NetworkManager Support

Raspberry OS gets major enhancements in text-based search, network management, and access to the Pi's camera system. Raspberry Pi is one of the most used microcontrollers for many budding electronics engineers. The...

Smallest Image Sensor For AR/VR Headset

OG0TB from Omnivision is the world’s smallest image sensor launched for the face and eye tracking application. This sensor can enable designers to develop more compact and power-efficient devices for use...
2D Semiconductors

Gate Driver That Can Power Almost Any Electronic System

Texas Instruments’ DRV8300U Gate Driver is 100V three half-bridge gate drivers, capable of driving high-side and low-side N-channel power MOSFETs. A gate driver is a power amplifier that accepts a low power...

Spectrometer That Diagnose Color Variations Across A Variety Of Materials

ams OSRAM has introduced a Multi-Spectral Sensor that can be optimized for reflective, transmissive and emissive measurements. Spectroscopy refers to the investigation and measurement of spectra produced when matter interacts with or...

Ant-Sized Microrobots That Could Walk On Its Own

Researchers from Cornell University have implemented electronic "brains" on solar-powered ant-sized smart microrobots that can walk autonomously and do not need to be controlled externally Since the microrobots had to be controlled...

Perovskite PV To Replace Silicon PV Charging Applications

IDTechEx discusses powering ubiquitous electronics and IoT applications with the help of perovskite photovoltaics. A connected world comes with the burden of batteries and unsightly extensive wiring. As more technologies are adopted...
 
 

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