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New technologies in power supplies and management, board-level electronics, electronics and computers, and battery systems provide wide-ranging applications essential to military, aviation, medical, and automotive.

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On-Demand Webinars: Electronics & Computers

With the recent advances in electrification and new technology developments in propulsion methodology, hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) test benches—historically...

INSIDER: Physical Sciences

Researchers at the University of Massachusetts Amherst recently announced that they have figured out how to engineer a biofilm that harvests the energy in evaporation...

On-Demand Webinars: Electronics & Computers

Manual microscopy is giving way more and more to video-measuring machines for inspection of semiconductor components, and manufacturing...

On-Demand Webinars: Electronics & Computers

In the electrification era, thermal management system design requires a complex approach to ensure vehicle performance and customer satisfaction. System...

5 Ws: Electronics & Computers
Researchers at University of Cambridge have developed floating “artificial leaves” that generate clean fuels from sunlight and water and could eventually operate on a large scale at sea.
Special Reports: Robotics, Automation & Control
Smart Factory/IIoT - September 2022

Factories are getting "smarter" and more automated by the day, thanks to advances in AI, robotics, connectivity and sensors. In this compendium of recent articles from the editors of Tech Briefs and Sensor...

Articles: Software
Billions of connected devices have been adopted within our personal eco-systems, rising two-fold during the pandemic. This means there are even more devices in our lives which can be attacked.
Articles: Materials

The element niobium (Nb), a transition metal, stands ready to improve the performance of one of the lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery’s confusing array of possible electrode chemistries — the LTO...

Technology Leaders: Electronics & Computers
Existing infrastructure still relies on many electrical signal processing components embedded inside fiber optic networks.
Briefs: Electronics & Computers
Scientists have taken the first step to creating the next generation of wearable health monitors.
Briefs: Lighting Technology
The ability to emit light also brings these microscale robots, which weigh barely more than a paper clip, one step closer to flying on their own outside the lab.
Briefs: Communications
It achieves 40 channels by combining a frequency comb light source based on a new photonic crystal resonator developed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) with an optimized mode-division multiplexer.
Issue Archive: Manned Systems
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White Papers: Automotive
Your Guide to 4,000 Solutions

Find the best product for your project by following this guide and sampling free products. Our main objective is to be a solutions partner by delivering cost-effective solutions, improve processes and provide...

White Papers: Electronics & Computers
Overcoming Connectivity Challenges in Defense Applications

Designers of products for defense applications face a complex set of challenges. They must address continually growing data volumes and bandwidth requirements in systems that are...

INSIDER: Electronics & Computers

A new material holds promise for the next generation of organic electronics.

INSIDER: Sensors/Data Acquisition

Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh Swanson School of Engineering are creating patient-specific 3D-printed smart metamaterial implants that double as sensors to monitor spinal healing.

INSIDER: Sensors/Data Acquisition

Professor Mohammad Reza Abidian of the Cullen College of Engineering — foresees the future production of micro-scale organic electronics via multiphoton 3D printers.

INSIDER: Electronics & Computers

Professor Karl Leo has been thinking about the realization of this component for more than 20 years, now it has become reality: His research group at the Institute for Applied...

Blog: Nanotechnology
We can learn a lot about innovation in technology by looking to the past.
Application Briefs: Electronics & Computers
How Ada enables LASP to constantly modify OASIS-CC to control new instruments and ensure mission-critical systems remain reliable.
White Papers: Electronics & Computers
Providing EMC Solutions for mmWave and Multi-Gigabit Applications in a Variety of Use Cases

Complying with FCC limits for radiated emissions has long been an increasingly difficult challenge for designers of digital systems. Selecting the...

White Papers: Manufacturing & Prototyping
A Guide to Ball Grid Arrays

The ball grid array (BGA) is a surface-mount chip package that is used to mount embedded devices (e.g., microprocessors) by melting balls of solder between the face of the device and the circuit board. Unlike the...

Blog: Medical
The stamp-sized ultrasound sticker technology produces higher-resolution images over a longer duration.
White Papers: Electronics & Computers
E-mobility: Overcoming data acquisition challenges in EV/EV Ecosystem

With the increasing needs of testing solutions for e-vehicles, vehicle development and construction confront a variety of test and measurement challenges. New components...

White Papers: Electronics & Computers
Regulatory Approvals: The Radio Equipment Goal

Many manufacturers think of product testing as the significant step to market access, but most of that testing is performed to get the equipment authorized for use in the intended country, for...

Special Reports: Automotive
Power Electronics - August 2022

This compendium of recent articles from the editors of Tech Briefs and Aerospace & Defense Technology looks at the latest advances in power electronics and energy storage for a range of applications...

Products: Mechanical & Fluid Systems
New Products from the August 2022 issue of Motion Design.
Articles: Manned Systems

“ G odspeed, fellas. Let’s go have some fun.” These were the words of encouragement from mission control at the Kennedy Space Center — only this time for the first private astronaut...

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