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2011-01-10 Wireless power transfer of magnetic resonances
Read about the magnetic resonance method, which is touted to be a highly effective method that can achieve high power and long-distance transmission.
2006-08-28 SDK begins construction of second magnetic alloy plant in China
Showa Denko K.K. began construction of a second rare-earth magnetic alloy plant in China at Ganzhou, Jiangxi Province, for start-up in the latter half of 2007
2012-05-04 Qi to include longer range magnetic resonance charging
The Wireless Power Consortium revealed that Qi open wireless charging standard can provide full support and compatibility for longer-distance magnetic resonance technologies.
2013-03-15 Poor car sales drag magnetic sensor market
IHS revealed that while last year's takings represented a 6.4 per cent increase over 2011 revenue of $1.47 billion, growth in 2012 was much lower than the 44 per cent surge of 2010.
2014-01-08 HK firm offers resonance wireless charger for Qi phones
ConvenientPower, a company based in Hong Kong, boasts the world's first magnetic resonance technology to wirelessly charge Qi mobile phones at distances of up to 18mm.
2013-05-08 Gowanda claims smallest non-magnetic inductor
Coming in a 4.8x3.4x3.5mm package, Gowanda's SMG1812 was designed specifically for applications that are magnetically sensitive and require non-magnetic components.
2013-10-08 Ultrathin insulators yield better superconducting magnets
Researchers from RIKEN Centre for Life Science Technologies developed an ultrathin insulation layer that boosts the efficiency of magnetic coils based on a high-temperature superconducting compound
2012-12-13 TI jumps on board Alliance for Wireless Power
TI backs Alliance for Wireless Power specification while still promising support for Wireless Power Consortium Qi standard.
2004-06-07 Strategic alliance to bolster innovations in MRI
BiTMICRO Networks has formed a three-way technology partnership with Nevada-based NanoSignal Corp. and systems integrator Storm Company to develop next-generation image processing technologies for the magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) market.
2014-04-21 KAIST Wi-Power system transfers energy over a 5m range
The Dipole Coil Resonance System has two magnetic dipole coils, one induces a magnetic field and another receives electric power. It has a low Q factor of 100 and operates at a frequency of 100kHz.
2001-05-02 Implementing real-time Cardiac imaging using the TMS320C3x DSP
This application note describes a novel dynamic magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) method for real-time, high-resolution cardiac imaging using Texas Instruments' TMS320C3x DSP family.
2006-07-10 High-temp superconductivity study progresses
Researchers reported that they are closer to understanding the mechanism behind high-temperature superconductivity.
2004-07-22 M/A-COM unveils PIN diodes for MRI circuits, testers
M/A-COM released a family of nonmagnetic, high-power PIN diodes suitable for use in Magnetic Resonance Imaging circuits and test equipment.
2004-01-29 Hitachi develops RF antenna using MgB2
Hitachi Ltd has prototyped an RF antenna device for use in nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) equipment.
2010-09-15 Fujitsu unveils design tool for MR wireless charging
Fujitsu uses magnetic field analysis simulator and specialized circuit simulator to design wireless charging systems
2014-06-06 A4WP ups Rezence charging specification to 50W
The move to support higher power will extend the magnetic resonance-based wireless chargingwhich uses the 6.78MHz frequency bandto devices including laptops and tablets.
2014-02-18 WiTricity brings wireless expertise to A4WP
WiTricity is planning a reference design incorporating the Rezence specification.
2011-08-12 Wireless power market to hit $4.5B by 2016
The global wireless power market will post 85.5 percent annual growth through 2016 resulting from a fired-up smartphone industry, says IMS Research.
2015-04-02 Wireless power industry to grow by leaps and bounds in 2015
IHS forecasts that global revenues for wireless power receivers and transmitters will grow to more than $1.7 billion in 2015.
2012-11-29 Using JESD204B for wideband data converter apps
The JESD204A/B interface minimises the number of digital inputs/outputs between data converters and other devices, such as FPGAs and SoCs.
2013-10-08 Uses of copper barrier capacitors in medical field
Read about the growing demand for capacitors for use in a various medical devices.
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.
2014-03-28 Toshiba sets up in-house company to bolster healthcare
Toshiba consolidates its healthcare businesses in the soon to be established Healthcare Co., which signals along its 2015 sales target of $6B.
2016-04-22 Surprising discovery reveals enhanced battery
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory researchers discovered a rechargeable battery that's as inexpensive as conventional car batteries, but has a much higher energy density.
2014-09-24 Subatomic spins control current in plastic LEDs
Physicists at the University of Utah read the subatomic "spins" in the centres or nuclei of hydrogen isotopes, and used the data to control current that powered light in a cheap, plastic LED.
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.
2014-02-17 Sensor detects diaper wetness
The sensor is printed on a plastic film using inkjet technology to minimise discomfort for wearers, enabling application to more parts in the human body.
2010-06-01 Self-assembling protein to enable faster computing
A protein found in every cell of the human body, could become a self-assembler of future information processing systems that are smaller, faster and cheaper than today's computer circuitry.
2014-07-30 Scientists find ways to prolong Li-ion battery's life
Researchers chose RuO2 as a model system to study these so-called "conversion materials," named because they undergo large structural changes when reacting with lithium ions.
2008-11-13 RF platforms to upgrade medical electronics systems
With a goal to put ICs at the heart of medical electronics, Texas Instruments came to Electronica with three new offerings.
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