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2013-12-04 Researchers find way to counter electromagnetic attacks
A team from Fraunhofer INT demonstrated how to defend against electromagnetic attacks, developing a measurement instrument that can detect where the attacks originate
2013-04-01 THz radiation leads to powerful nanoscale sensors
Researchers at A*STAR IMRE revealed that microstructures made up by pairs of touching semiconductor disks yield enhanced terahertz radiation
2003-08-15 GP2010 and GP2105: Reduction of VCO-related EMC radiation
This application note briefs users of Zarlink's GP2010 and GP2105 GPS RF Front-End modules on how to reduce the radiated emissions of VCO harmonics.
2004-01-20 Electromagnetic simulator links to HSpice
Offering a co-simulation capability for PCB and IC package design, Sigrity Inc. is announcing that its Speed2000 electrical analysis software now runs with Synopsys' HSpice analog simulator.
2002-02-26 FTC charges cell phone radiation shield makers with fraud
The Federal Trade Commission took strong action Thursday (Feb. 21) against two companies that sell items described as protecting consumers against radiation from cell phones
2000-10-01 Controlling radiation through PCB stack-up
The PCB stack-up can play a major role in controlling the EMI radiation at one of the most basic levels of the product design
2013-11-25 Power-efficient IC sheds light on mind-body connection
Scientists from A*STAR IME, Nanyang Technological University and National University of Singapore developed an IC chip with record-low power use for direct recording of brain activities.
2008-03-21 Managing EMI in Class D audio applications
In today's portable and consumer applications, space has become a premium and engineers are often required to eliminate enclosures and shielding, and suppress EMI and noise through other means such as better segregation at the circuit level.
2011-11-09 Accelerate time-to-market using benchtop EMI scans
The use of benchtop very-near-field EMI scanning could facilitate rapid resolution of electromagnetic issues in safety-critical systems design
2012-05-22 Various ways of controlling EMC
Hardware engineers should deal with electromagnetic compatibility during the pc board design phase to ensure a system free of EMC faults
2011-09-01 Use spread spectrum clock generators for EMI reduction in digital systems (Part 1)
Spread spectrum clock generators can be used to manage and suppress EMI. However, designers must be aware of the tradeoffs that come along with it.
2015-03-24 Top 5 problems with programmable logic controllers
PLC's duties are crucial for complex processes. However, like most things in life, they can be both advantageous and disadvantageous. Read this article to discover what can possibly go wrong.
2010-03-01 Spread spectrum timing for HDD applications
When electrical current flows in a circuit, an electromagnetic field is created. The strength of this field depends on the frequency and magnitude of the current flow
2005-08-01 RF IC tools still seeking paths to silicon
Complicated by multiple modulation schemes, RF tools have become proficient at simulating behavior on an architectural level.
2014-02-19 Quantum cascade THz laser tops power record at 1W
University of Leeds researchers have built a compact quantum cascade terahertz laser, using a semiconductor material of between 1,000 and 2,000 layers.
2007-10-12 Multibillion market awaits energy harvesting tech
In application areas as diverse as aircraft construction, personal health care monitoring systems or burglary detection systems, energy harvesting is on the verge of developing a market with a multibillion dollar potential.
2013-07-04 Model accurately measures electronic smog
A*STAR researchers developed a fast and accurate way to estimate the electromagnetic emissions from PCBs that could help designers to ensure that devices meet regulatory standards
2002-06-21 Methode ships SFP EMI shield
Methode Electronics Inc.'s dataMate Products division has announced the release of the SFP EMI Cage that minimizes EMI radiation leakage in both copper and optical SFP transceivers
2002-06-26 Flomerics upgrades EMC modeling package
Flomerics Group plc has announced the availability of FLO/EMC v1.2 3D EMC modeling package developed to help design engineers comply with stringent European regulations on electromagnetics.
2007-10-04 Flexible EM wave film withstands 2 million folds
Taiyo Yuden has released a super flexible electromagnetic wave absorbing film that maintains excellent electromagnetic wave absorption performance through more than 2million folds and bends
2013-08-23 Evaluating your design's high-speed interconnects
Here's a look at hybrid EM simulation for designing and modelling connectors for multi-gigabit applications.
2009-03-30 LED driver IC touts voltage, current protection
Infineon Technologies AG has introduced a low-cost LED driver IC that features precise current control, thermal protection, and over-voltage and over-current protection functions. The IC produces no electromagnetic radiation and is well-suited for applications sensitive against EMI.
2003-09-01 Ansoft carves another niche for HFSS tool
Ansoft Corp. releases the newest version of its simulator, the HFSS ver.9, to model radiation patterns of 3D metal structures
2008-02-18 Fundamentals and design principles of RF antennas (Part 1)
Antennas connect RF signals in an electrical circuit, such as between a PCB and an electromagnetic wave propagating in the transmission media between the transmitter and the receiver of a wireless link
2008-11-04 EM design platform hastens circuit development
Agilent has introduced Electromagnetic Professional, a new design platform for analyzing the electromagnetic effects of RF and microwave components such as high-speed IC packages, antennas, on-chip embedded passives and PCB interconnects
2008-11-05 Clock oscillators meet FCC interference standards
SiTime has expanded into the electromagnetic compliance business with a family of MEMS electromagnetic interference products
2013-07-17 CEA-Leti, partners to enhance directivity of small antennas
CEA-Leti and three partners in the SOCRATE project aim to create wireless applications with improved spectral efficiency, reduced environmental electromagnetic impact and expanded functionality
2002-08-28 Unnatural optics create precise photonic lens
Optical experiments using arrays of nanowires are demonstrating that the concept of a negative refractive index could be realized in practical systems.
2006-11-01 Turning science-fiction idea into fact
David Schurig sat down with EE Times to describe how the cloaking device works and what electronic engineers can do to turn the science fiction idea into fact.
2008-12-01 Trees energize wireless networks
Harnessing the voltage difference between a tree and the ground can generate enough electricity to power a sensor and transmitter for better fire prediction modeling and local climate data.
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