Electronics
Stencil-less Jet Printing for PCB Assembly
Posted in White Papers, Electronics on Thursday, 11 February 2016
Imagineering, Inc. introduces stencil-less Jet Printing to facilitate quick turn around Printed Circuit Board Assembly.
Read More >>
Full RF Signal Chains from 0 Hz to 110 GHz
Posted in White Papers, Electronics, Data Acquisition, Sensors on Thursday, 11 February 2016
Analog Devices (ADI) has expanded its RF capabilities in the full signal chain, including companion products, in the full bandwidth from 0 Hz to 110 GHz.This white paper provides examples of the wider frequency spectrum covered by ADI, and explains that true DC is important. Off signal chain performance is also critical, and this paper shows how low-noise, high-stability control and power components are important to overall RF signal performance.
Read More >>
Microelectronics Package for Extreme Environments
Posted in White Papers, White Papers, Electronics on Monday, 01 February 2016
Anaren’s MSK Products Division designed, built, and tested a high-temperature, co-fired ceramic (HTCC) electronics package for use in oil and gas drilling that proved Anaren’s ability to push the boundaries for developing microelectronics packages to survive in difficult high-temperature environments.
Read More >>
Basics of Electric Heaters
Posted in White Papers, White Papers, Electronics on Friday, 29 January 2016
Hotwatt has manufactured specialized electric heating elements for over 64 years, all made in the USA. Products include cartridge, air process, immersion, strip and finned strip, tubular and finned tubular, band, compressor crankcase, foil, flexible rope and ceramic heaters. We are a quality supplier to OEM's in the in industrial, medical, commercial appliance, packaging, instrumentation, aviation, transportation and military fields.
Read More >>
Calibrating EEG Machines with ‘Phantom Head’
Posted in News, Electronics, Diagnostics, Patient Monitoring on Monday, 04 January 2016
While electroencephalography (EEG) has been used for decades to measure voltage fluctuations in different parts of the brain to graph a person’s neural patterns, determine brain injuries, and monitor the effects of sedatives and anesthesia, “there are really no set standards within the EEG community of how you confirm the equipment is working the way you really think it is,” says David Hairston, a neuroscientist at the Army Research Lab’s Human Research and Engineering Directorate in Maryland.
Read More >>
Implantable Devices to Reanimate Paralyzed Limbs
Posted in News, Electronics, Diagnostics, Implants & Prosthetics, Orthopedics, Patient Monitoring on Monday, 04 January 2016
Researchers at the University of Washington’s Center for Sensorimotor Neural Engineering (CSNE), in collaboration with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, San Diego State University, and other partners, are developing implantable devices that can send signals between regions of the brain or nervous system that have been disconnected due to injury.
Read More >>
Next-Generation Electronics Innovations for NASA’s Space and Commercial Future
Posted in Articles, Electronics on Thursday, 31 December 2015
In 1964, NASA’s Electronics Research Center (ERC) opened in Massachusetts, serving to develop the space agency’s in-house expertise in electronics during the Apollo era. The center’s accomplishments include development of a high-frequency (30-GHz) oscillator, a miniaturized tunnel-diode transducer, and a transistor more tolerant of space radiation. Another development was in the area of holography. At the ERC, holography was “used for data storage, and has permitted a remarkable degree of data compression in the storing of star patterns.”
Read More >>

White Papers

The U.S. Government does not endorse any commercial product, process, or activity identified on this web site.