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Products: Electronics & Computers
Product of the Month: June 2017

Phoenix Contact, Middletown, PA, introduced VL2 1000 industrial PCs equipped with Intel® Atom™ Bay Trail processors that are available as box or panel PCs. The VL2 1000 includes a choice of 7",...

Tech Talks: Electronics & Computers
Applying Wiring Harness Changes Without Damaging Your Electric System Design Flow

When an engineering change must be made to a wiring harness—and let’s face it, there is always going to be late-stage changes—it means you will make a change...

On-Demand Webinars: Electronics & Computers
Conquering Radar Signal Generation

This Webinar will focus on the challenges related to the creation and generation of complex radar signals and provide you with some tools to help make this task more efficient. This 60-minute webinar features...

Tech Talks: Electronics & Computers
How to Make Custom SoCs Smart

Custom SoCs are the new vogue: Analog is becoming smart, and there is a new wave of custom SoCs integrating analog and digital to create smaller, lower-cost products.

Briefs: Electronics & Computers
Wireless Electrical Device Using Open-Circuit Elements Having No Electrical Connections

NASA Langley Research Center has developed a wireless, connection-free, open-circuit technology that can be used for developing electrical devices such as...

Products: Electronics & Computers
Product of the Month: March 2017

Watlow, St. Louis, MO, introduced the D4T with INTUITION® data logger with a range of field-removable I/O modules. The data logger features a 4.3” color graphical touch panel with a high-resolution...

Briefs: Electronics & Computers
MRAM Alternative Uses Less Energy than Conventional Chip

Purely electrical memory chips commonly used today are volatile and their state must be continuously refreshed, which requires a lot of energy. An alternative to these electrical memory...

Briefs: Electronics & Computers
Reconfigurable Chaos-Based Microchips

Researchers at North Carolina State University have developed nonlinear chaos-based integrated circuits that enable computer chips to perform multiple functions with fewer transistors. These integrated...

Briefs: Electronics & Computers
Supercomputer Cooling System Uses Refrigerant to Replace Water

Sandia National Laboratories researchers designed a cooling system for supercomputer centers that is expected to save four to five million gallons of water annually in New Mexico if...

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