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2014-07-23 Power inductors offer low magnetic radiation
The Bourns devices offer the advantages of wirewound construction, and are designed with an iron powder core that features high saturation current and shielded construction for low magnetic radiation.
2005-09-02 RAD-HARD 8051 MCU mates with Honeywell MRAM
Silicon Laude launched what's claimed to be the first radiation-hardened and radiation-tolerant MCS8051 instruction-compatible MCUs that can directly interface with Honeywell's new HXNV-0100 64k x 16 radiation-hardened MRAM
2004-07-08 MRAM developers on target for rollout within 2004
Near the end of the 1990s, a flurry of announcements promised a 2004 rollout for a radical approach to memory chip technology based on manipulating electron spin.
2007-02-16 How to test EMC in semiconductors
This article describes the test methods IEC61967 for EME test of ICs with frequency from 150kHz to 1GHz, and IEC62132 for EMS test of ICs with frequency from 150kHz to1GHz.
2005-06-07 Honeywell posts 1Mb rad-hard MRAM data sheet
Honeywell International Inc. has posted a data sheet for a 1Mb radiation-hard magnetic RAM to its website in the form of a "pdf" file
2007-06-20 Freescale unveils first military-temperature MRAMs
Freescale Semiconducutor Inc. has announced the first Mil-spec extended-temperature-range magnetic RAMs (MRAMs), providing the last piece of the puzzle for the potential customers who have funded much of the memory category's development
2011-03-24 Spintronic transistors seen in future PCs
Researchers can now align the magnetic "spins" of electrons in a silicon chip at room temperature, bringing devices that store data using the spin of electrons as well as their electrical charge closer to reality
2011-08-17 Antenna offers 351C366MHz frequency range
The TRA3513 antenna series measures 3.5in tall and features frequency agility, low visibility, wide bandwidth and a low angle radiation pattern
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
2008-05-21 Low-cost inductor promises 'highest' rated, saturation current
Vishay Intertechnology has released a new toroidal, high-current, high-temperature inductor that offers what is touted to be the highest rated and saturation current, and the lowest inductance and DCR.
2013-08-05 Wireless power tech aims to remove cable clutter
The Smart Universal Power Antenna technology removes the need for electric cables, whether for lamps, laptops or smartphones.
2009-10-13 Wireless FRAMs boast low power, high speed
The family of wireless memory devices features passive UHF EPCglobal Class-1 Generation-2 wireless access.
2012-03-19 Wireless charging of medical electronics
Here's a look at the benefits and drawbacks of wireless charging for medical devices.
2005-06-14 VPT's new DC/DC converters pay attention to the smallest details
VPT's new DVCH series of DC/DC converters deliver 1.5W from what's claimed to be the best small-size package available today for use in critical-reliability apps.
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.
2012-06-01 Various techniques for wireless charging
Read about the promising techniques and ways for implementing wireless charging.
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.
2008-05-01 Understanding embedded antennas
Embedded systems design is garnering a lot of attention these days, but for many designers, the embedded antenna remains somewhat of a mystery. Indeed, antennas have always had a bit of RF mystique around them and probably will continue to do so.
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.
2012-09-21 The golden age of simulation-driven design
Find out what it takes to design for reliability nowadays.
2012-08-01 Team up targets high density memory for RFID readers
Ramtron and Module Technology's partnership will enhance Module Technology's standard RFID reader hardware geared for applications such as smart metering and industrial manufacturing.
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.
2004-03-03 Spin valves open organic chip era
A research technique for making organic spin-valve electronics could herald the coming of nonvolatile semiconductors melded with optical emitters, transducers and sensors.
2013-09-12 Silicon nanoparticles control direction of light
Researchers at A*STAR Data Storage Institute demonstrated a unique optical effect in nanoparticles that allows them to control the direction in which visible light scatters.
2012-07-04 SiC chips growth forecast at 37.67% CAGR discusses the emergence of Silicon Carbide (SiC) semiconductors in a market report, projecting that the segment will be worth $5.34 billion by 2022.
2013-06-21 Sensor determines sound direction through light
A sensor developed within SINTEF's MiNaLab gives microphones hyper-acute hearing and a sense of direction.
2014-06-27 ROHM rolls out innovative wearable key device
The key-shaped device uses sensor synergy and sensor fusion technology, combining sensors from ROHM and Kionix with LAPIS Semiconductor's Bluetooth LE communication IC and sensor hub MCU.
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.
2014-08-08 Qi seeks safety, efficiency over distance
Power is limited for safety reasons, and efficiency in longer-distance resonant chargers is low because there's a physical relationship between distance and efficiency.
2011-12-15 Prototyping: Virtual vs physical
Simulating and analyzing the products in software during the design process provides significant time-to-market and quality advantages over older practices of producing multiple physical prototypes and testing them in the lab.
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