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2004-03-09 South Korea challenges Japan in rechargeable battery line
South Korea is predicted to forge ahead in rechargeable-battery production next year, possibly dislodging Japan from the top spot.
2012-10-31 Solve random tests' failure to identify regression
Random tests have one downsidethey cannot identify regressions, but there are ways to address this issue.
2013-11-18 Skyrmions could power high-density magnetic data storage
Riken and University of Tokyo scientists showed that structural control of small magnetic vortex structures or skyrmions could lead to a low-power alternative to conventional magnetic data storage.
2005-10-03 Shaftless drive technology increases profitability of existing presses
The technology reinvents the mechanical drive system, eliminating the inconsistency while increasing flexibility and quality.
2004-08-23 SDK unveils high-performance thermoelement
SDK disclosed that they have developed a high-performance thermoelement, a key component of modules that convert heat energy directly into electric energy.
2002-07-12 Sanshi fuse holder rated at 660Vac
The NT NH surface-mount fuse holder from Wenzhou Sanshi Fuses Co. Ltd holds up to three fuses and is rated up to 660Vac.
2008-06-23 RF inductor fits military list for multiple security apps
Gowanda recently launched an RF inductor series that is now on the military's Qualified Product List. The series is designed for RF military, aerospace and defense applications, which may be used in various applications such as space, satellite, radio, sonar, guidance and GPS.
2011-04-20 Researchers: Vacancies can create magnetic graphene
Hoping to find new graphene applications such as magnetic sensors, researchers claim that graphene can be doped for magnetism by introducing empty spaces into its otherwise perfect hexagonal pattern.
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.
2009-04-07 Researchers tap viruses for 'green' batteries
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) researchers claim that genetically-engineered viruses can be used to assemble tiny batteries that can then be printed on plastic films.
2014-04-10 Researchers measure reaction rates in electrodes
According to MIT researchers, they were able, for the first time, to measure electrochemical reactions, the fundamental charge transfer rate, inside the porous electrodes of batteries.
2014-01-06 Researchers develop energy efficient thin-film heating tool
A team from Fraunhofer Institute for Mechanics of Materials created a tempering technique that, depending on the product, is up to 90 percent more energy efficient than other known techniques.
2009-02-25 Researchers demo reversible diode
Rutgers University researchers have demonstrated the "world's first" reversible diode that uses a ferroelectric material. The new material formulation was found to be photovoltaic in a part of the spectrum not covered by conventional solar cells, opening the door to a potential new green energy source.
2012-02-21 Research shows new battery reduces PV costs
Boasting an energy efficiency of 95 percent, lithium batteries are seen to replace lead acid types as an energy storage device in photovoltaic systems.
2014-05-20 Reed relays vs other relay technologies
In this article, we provide a comparison between various relay technologies such as reed relays, electro mechanical relays, solid state relays and MEMS switches.
2010-10-27 Rare earth issues trouble industry
The potential problem of China's monopoly on rare earthsminerals, metals and their oxides C has become reality with the country's move to reduce export quotas for 2H 10.
2009-03-20 Quantum theory to explain high-temp superconducting
Researchers will attempt to explain high-temperature superconductivity through a theory of quantum phase changes this week during the American Physical Society in Pittsburgh.
2016-02-11 Quantum dot nanotubes eliminate need for semiconductors
Michigan Tech is working toward ultra-small flexible electronics that remove semiconductors in favour of the more flexible capabilities of metallic quantum dots and isoelectronic crystals.
2005-11-18 Qualcomm repeats China 3G ownership claim
The road to success for China's domestic 3G mobile standard may still need to take a detour through San Diego, as Qualcomm Inc. said Thursday (Nov. 17) that it remains determined to pursue IP royalties for TD-SCDMA technology.
2004-02-23 Processor designers debate faster clocks
An evening panel session held at ISSCC here Tuesday (Feb. 17, 2004) debated some of the consequences of clocking processors at multi-GHz rates.
2007-03-01 Prioritize effective execution, customers
Pat Gelsinger, senior VP and general manager of the digital enterprise group at Intel discussed Intel's relationship and involvement with Microsoft, Xen and system builders in this interview.
2008-02-25 Power Metal Strip resistors withstand extreme temperatures
Vishay has announced two new high-temperature, surface-mount Power Metal Strip resistors that are said to be the industry's first such devices in the 3921 and 5931 case sizes to offer an operating temperature range of -65C to 275C.
2009-03-19 Power management for optimal design
This article describes a holistic approach for managing and optimizing the power in a design. Effective power management involves proper understanding the application of a chip, technology selection, design techniques and methodology.
2007-05-01 Power line conditioning for plasma and HD displays
A parallel power delivery system ensures plasmas and other HD displays perform with laboratory precision.
2013-04-02 Power inductors boast expanded low-loss range
Pulse Electronics' round-wire coil surface mount power inductor provides high efficiency solutions with a tight DCR tolerance and no thermal ageing.
2009-02-24 Power inductor fits automotive, industrial apps
TT electronics BI Technologies has developed a high-temperature power inductor designed specifically for automotive underhood environments.
2012-10-12 Photonic gels boast numerous applications
The thin colour-changing films may serve as part of inexpensive sensors for food spoilage or security, multi-band optical elements in laser-driven systems and in high-contrast displays.
2014-03-05 Performing math operations in FPGAs (Part 5)
This instalment discusses binary division.
2014-03-20 Patterning technique reduces material coercivity
North Carolina State University researchers came up with a technique to reduce the coercivity of nickel ferrite (NFO) thin films by as much as 80 per cent by patterning the surface of the material.
2007-03-17 Pair Rogowski coils, rejustors to measure current
Rogowski coils perform passive current measurement and are used in test and measurement devices and power-monitoring activities. Calibration is required to account for manufacturing variations in the coil and to provide uniform device-to-device sensitivity.
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