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2006-11-15 Thyristor modules enable power factor correction caps
Epcos' new thyristors enable power factor correction capacitors to be switched silently and without wear, for a longer life
2012-01-02 The lowdown on power line communication
Here's a discussion on power line communication and its segments, applications, and challenges
2007-05-31 Temp sensor simplifies thermal diode monitoring
TI has developed a temperature sensor that features programmable series resistance cancellation and diode non-ideality correction, which eliminates the need for individual processor resistance calibration.
2009-10-09 Temp sensor boasts accuracy, low power
Microchip's MCP9804 temperature sensor delivers accuracy of +0.25C (typical) and 1C from -40C to +125C.
2002-02-01 Temia adds monitoring measurement unit for GPRS, UMTS
The TE980-HS NetProbe can accommodate four slots of STM-1 and 10/100Mbps/1Gbps Ethernet interface for performing UMTS and GPRS measurements, respectively.
2002-02-13 TDI power plant system eases upgrades
Transistor Devices' Remote Power Plant provides as much as 120A at 24Vdc or up to 60A at -48Vdc for powering wireless and access-market applications
2008-03-07 Switching power supply design with the PIC16F785
In this application note, we will examine a typical buck topology intelligent switching mode power supply design using the PIC16F785
2007-08-29 Supervisory circuits ease power-supply monitoring
Coming in 2mm x 2mm microDFN packages, Maxim's new supervisory circuits offer a variety of features that reduce the complexity and number of components for power-supply monitoring.
2007-08-16 Sub-1GHz RF transceiver targets low-power wireless apps
Texas Instruments Inc. has unveiled CC1101, a sub-1GHz RF transceiver featuring low-power consumption and high integration
2005-11-16 Startup spins digital power chips
Zilker Labs Inc. offers system designers a means of applying programmable intelligence to power distribution and monitoring.
2012-05-09 Star topology enables management of 36 power supply rails
Lattice Semiconductor's scalable, in-system upgradable, star topology power management architecture can be used for circuit boards that need more than 12 power supply rails
2012-10-10 ST to provide sensor tech for remote monitoring system
The BodyGuardian Remote Monitoring System is enabled by ST hardware and software technology that includes MEMS, STM32 microcontrollers, and analogue components with advanced ST-proprietary algorithms
2009-03-25 ST supports STBs with reduced power consumption
STMicroelectronics supports the moves toward an assessment of STB performance through total energy consumption as used in other sectors of the consumer electronics industry.
2005-06-22 ST simplifies energy metering apps with smart power tech
Electric utility firms around the world are looking to replace the traditional electromechanical meter, which has remained essentially unchanged for over a century, by electronic meters.
2006-06-20 Solution converts analog power supply to digital
Maxim's MAX8688 is touted to be the first chip to convert an all-analog power supply to a fully programmable, digital power-management solution
2004-08-16 Software strategies simplify power puzzle
Low power consumption cannot be achieved by using the most power-efficient processor alone--software strategy is essential
2003-10-16 Software matters for power consumption
Whether you're creating an OS, firmware or device drivers, the way you write the software could affect the power consumption of the resulting product. Here are four approaches to minimizing power consumption through software
2014-06-11 Smart monitoring enhances distribution-grid reliability
Smart powerline monitors are necessary for utilities to track dynamic operating conditions on distribution grids. This is to accommodate changing use models and improve reliability.
2012-11-20 Slow consumer spending drags power IC market
IHS predicted that revenue derived from the use of power management chips will amount to $29.9 billion by the end of the year, down from $31.8 billion last year
2008-06-24 Single-chip Zigbee IC promises low power consumption
Freescale has begun sampling the latest addition in its MC1322x single-chip IEEE 802.15.4/Zigbee family, designed to provide a highly integrated, total solution with very low power consumption
2012-10-05 Silicon Labs boast new ultra-low-power mixed signal MCUs
The new ultra-low-power mixed-signal MCUs are ideal for smart metering, home automation, wireless security, devices and other power-sensitive applications to enable the Internet of Things
2009-05-28 Shock, vibration sensors roll for industrial monitoring
Analog Devices Inc. has extended its iSensor intelligent sensor product family with the introduction of two integrated inertial sensors that simplify the task of embedded shock and vibration sensing within harsh industrial environments.
2005-10-17 Self-learning switching DC/DC converters meet smart power
A handful of lossless current-sensing techniques are available today but their accuracies still do not compete with the traditional series sense-resistor schemes.
2008-12-01 Save power with on-off keying
Amplitude shift-keying is a popular modulation technique in digital data comms. A further simplification of this method is on-off keying, as this article explains.
2007-08-30 Rugged open air resistor handles high power dissipation
TT electronics' Welwyn Components has developed the open air current senses resistor series that can handle high power dissipation
2007-09-24 RF solution pair targets low-power wireless apps
Texas Instruments Inc. has released a pair of RF SoC solutions designed for low-power and low-voltage wireless applications used in the 2.4 GHz and sub-1 GHz frequency bands
2004-05-19 RF power detector spans incredible 1MHz to 8GHz
Analog Devices, a provider of high-performance semiconductors for signal-processing applications, has unveiled a major breakthrough in RF detection for wireless infrastructure equipment.
2008-05-22 RF power detector operates over wide frequency range
A new monolithic broadband, high performance logarithmic RF power detector from Linear Tech promises accurate RF power measurement over a wide frequency range
2010-04-05 RF power amp delivers
From BC Systems comes Model RF40015, an RF power amplifier for defense applications in which broadband frequency coverage of 20MHz to 305MHz and RF output power of at least 100W
2006-02-13 Resistor networks provide voltage monitoring in power apps
Caddock Electronics has introduced its Type VMN transient tolerant voltage monitoring resistor networks for voltage measurement circuits in industrial and commercial power metering applications.
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