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2013-04-18 Silicon-nanotube anodes enhance Li-ion batteries
Stanford University-spinoff Amprius proposes that silicon nanowire-based anodes can boost the energy density of traditional lithium ion batteries by tenfold.
2014-07-09 Sand is the holy grail of Li-ion anodes
When processed, sand becomes a pure nano-silicon formed in a very porous 3-D silicon!believed to be the key to expanding the expected lifespan of Si-based batteries up to 3 times or more.
2015-09-17 Novel method shows promise for invisible batteries
Yale researchers created ultrathin and transparent films from single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWNT) and vanadium pentoxide (V2O5) nanowires to serve as battery anodes and cathodes.
2015-09-29 Developing next-gen batteries using Si-based electrodes
Anodes based on silicon can theoretically store up to ten times more lithium ions than conventional graphite electrodes, making the material attractive for high-performance lithium-ion batteries.
2010-02-09 White LEDs provide 300K/W thermal resistance
Vishay Intertechnology Inc. has developed power surface-mount white LEDs optimized to provide very low thermal resistance down to 300K/W and power dissipation up to 200mW.
2009-05-12 Vacuum fluorescent display (VFD) reference design for automotive applications
This application note describes a vacuum fluorescent display (VFD) and some ideal applications for the technology. The reference design shows how to use a MAX15005 power-supply controller in a flyback topology to obtain multiple output voltages for a vacuum fluorescent display.
2007-12-31 Tantalum caps find niches in high-reliability markets
While the bulk of demand for tantalum capacitors comes from the handheld and gaming markets, there has also been quite a bit of activity in high-reliability markets!including military, automotive and medical!that require higher-performance components.
2008-03-03 Tantalum capacitors bank on reliability
While the bulk of demand for tantalum capacitors comes from the handheld and gaming markets, as designers cram greater functionality into these ever-shrinking devices, there has also been quite a bit of activity in high-reliability markets!including military, automotive and medical!that require higher-performance components.
2004-10-29 SDK blue LED features flip chip structure
Showa Denko K.K. announced that it has developed a blue LED based on gallium nitride.
2011-04-08 Researchers: Fuel cells on-a-chip may replace small batteries
Harvard researchers have fabricated tiny solid-oxide fuel cells on chips measuring 5mm wide, with a power density of 155mW per sq cm.
2010-07-26 Researchers use nanotech to get power from sewage
Oregon State University researchers discovered that a nanotech coating boosts the efficiency of microbial fuel cells by 20 times.
2008-01-18 Researchers boost Li-ion battery life with nanowires
Researchers from Stanford University have created a prototype that uses silicon nanowire electrodes to extend the life of Li-ion batteries.
2015-12-21 Recent developments in supercaps
Supercaps are stepping up to the challenge by increasing energy density with new nanomaterials that enlarge electrode surface area and thus boost their ability to hold an electric charge.
2011-09-06 Pumpable electrons to drive gasoline into oblivion?
Electronics is poised to replace the gas-guzzling internal combustion engine with electric motors driven by pumpable fuels that bear electrons as their active elements
2003-02-10 Photomultiplier offers 6mm position resolution
The 85011 Planacon MCP-based photomultiplier from Burle Ind. Inc. provides a 6mm position resolution when used as a discrete pixel device.
2014-04-25 Nexeon scales up annual cell production capacity to 20t
The company's recently built process development and manufacturing facility in Oxfordshire deploys a modular process design to produce new materials for Li-ion cells, and to optimise it for commercial adoption.
2011-08-05 Nexeon gets $65.40M funding for Li-ion batt tech
Nexeon is using its recent funding to establish a world-class manufacturing facility that will boost its Li-ion battery technology developments.
2007-04-27 New notebook battery guidelines move to IEC
The lithium-battery safety guidelines compiled by two Japanese industry associations in the wake of last year's notebook PC battery recalls have moved to International Electrotechnical Commission committees for consideration as standard procedure.
2011-01-10 New nanomaterial makes better batteries
Researchers at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute have developed a new material that they say could enable the next generation of high-power rechargeable Li-ion batteries.
2010-03-17 Nanocomposites up Li-ion battery capacity 5x
Nanocomposites target to scale up the capacity of Li-ion batteries 5x by hanging nanometer-sized silicon particles on trees of carbon black that self-assemble into porous micron-sized spheres.
2004-09-24 Microchip controllers with \0.5 percent system accuracy
Microchip released a single-cell and a dual-cell, fully-integrated, charge-management controllers that feature a charge-safety timer and a temperature monitor.
2007-12-07 Low-ESR tantalum capacitors target embedded controls
AVX has developed a range of tantalum capacitors for embedded control systems with low ESR.
2008-10-21 LM3433 4A to 20A LED driver evaluation board
The LM3433 is an adaptive constant on-time DC/DC buck constant current controller designed to drive a high brightness LEDs (HB LED) at high forward currents.
2013-06-27 Li-ion microbatteries produced via 3D printing
3D printing could lead to tiny medical implants, electronics, robots and more, says Harvard research group.
2007-04-16 Li-ion battery triples notebook operating life
Startup Boston-Power Inc. has fielded a Li-ion battery for notebook computers that promises a faster charge time and a threefold longer life span than existing batteries.
2014-07-03 Li-ion batteries get a boost from tiny tubes, rods
The battery incorporates single-wall carbon nanotubes that function as a conductive rope-like wrap to address the challenges of heat, weight, and discharging all at once.
2007-06-18 Japan drafts Li-ion battery safety guidelines
The battery and PC industries of Japan have jointly hammered out guidelines for the safe use of Li-ion batteries, and presented it to the International Electrotechnical Commission.
2016-02-22 Isolated potentiometer design (Part 2)
In the second instalment of this series, we describe the core of the isolated analogue-actuated potentiometer!the translinear circuits.
2015-04-22 Is resistive RAM the next NVM star?
Resistive RAM features low power consumption and a small cell area!both compelling reasons for their adoption as a non-volatile memory.
2013-10-29 Iron oxide nanoparticles boost battery capacity
The electrode material developed at A*STAR IMRE is inexpensive, suitable for large-scale manufacturing and can store higher charge densities than conventional electrodes used in Li-ion batteries.
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