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Provides high number of output channels and reduces solution size by 70 per cent for ultra-portable IoT devices Designers of ultra-small portable devices such as wearables, IoT sensor nodes and health monitors wish to increase computing capability, memory and...
Having a size less than two one-cent coins, the energy-efficient sensor can be integrated into mobile devices for real-time processing Slightly smaller than two one-cent coins stacked on top of each other is a particle sensor developed by TU Graz,...
The device consumes low-power and enables positioning even in challenging environments, thus giving high-performance Defining a new level of positioning performance in an extremely compact format and with very long battery life is the new the u-blox M10, a highly...
An enhanced transistor design helps provide efficient analogue computation for robotic control, AI and unsupervised machine learning A device with the ability to overcome long-standing challenges in electronics design, including next-generation wearables and eco-disposable sensors has been developed by researchers...
u-blox is implementing its Bluetooth modules for track and trace solutions in the form of wearables that is being developed by Electronic Precepts The low-power device is effective in combating the COVID-19 pandemic by facilitating social distancing...
Littelfuse's PPTCs have been designed for enabling electronics designers to reduce the size of mobile and wearable products At the same time, the battery management IC is protected from electrical over-stress Littelfuse has launched a new series of Polymeric...
Reduces solution size by decreasing the BOM by up to 40 per cent Delivers 91 per cent efficiency compared to traditional power management The MAX77654 by Maxim Integrated is a single conductor, multiple-output (SIMO) power management IC (PMIC)...
A new research proposes that graphene can be used to design sensitive and self-powering temperature sensors like thermocouples for nanodevices. Reliable on-chip temperature sensors are a key component of small and portable devices. With increasing processing speeds, the amount of...
Tiny yet powerful, these boards are some of the best for designing wearables for fitness monitoring¬†   In this hectic lifestyle, we take all measures to stay healthy. To keep track of our fitness, we often resort to buy expensive wearables....
Read Part 1 Over 20 billion connected devices expected in next five years will require a special class of processors that will have ultra-low-power and space requirements More complex processors contain more performance-enhancing features such as large caches, prediction or speculation...