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KEMET ADVANCES HYBRID ALUMINUM POLYMER CAPACITOR TECHNOLOGY

KEMET ADVANCES HYBRID ALUMINUM POLYMER CAPACITOR TECHNOLOGY

KEMET, a subsidiary of Yageo Corporation (“Yageo”) (TAIEX: 2327) and leading global supplier of electronic components, announces the launch of three hybrid aluminum polymer capacitor series: A780, PHA225, and PHH225. These AEC-Q200 qualified capacitors offer a combination of highly conductive polymer technology and liquid electrolytic material in a hybrid design, resulting in an outstanding electrical …

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BROADCOM’S SINGLE-SILICON PHOTO-MULTIPLIER IS BEST SUITED FOR THE DETECTION OF LOW-LEVEL PULSED LIGHT SOURCES

BROADCOM’S SINGLE-SILICON PHOTO-MULTIPLIER IS BEST SUITED FOR THE DETECTION OF LOW-LEVEL PULSED LIGHT SOURCES

The Broadcom® AFBR-S4N33C013 is a single-silicon photo-multiplier (SiPM) used for ultra-sensitive precision measurement of single photons. The active area is 3.0 mm × 3.0 mm. A high packing density of single chips is achieved using through-silicon-via (TSV) technology and a chip-sized package (CSP). Larger areas can be covered by tiling multiple AFBR-S4N33C013 CSPs almost without any edge losses. The …

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RENESAS’ RA6M4 IS IDEAL FOR IOT APPLICATIONS REQUIRING ETHERNET, LARGE EMBEDDED RAM, AND LOW ACTIVE POWER CONSUMPTION

RENESAS’ RA6M4 IS IDEAL FOR IOT APPLICATIONS REQUIRING ETHERNET, LARGE EMBEDDED RAM, AND LOW ACTIVE POWER CONSUMPTION

Are you on the market for a good compromise between high performance and low power, while having some key security features and a rich set of peripherals to empower your IoT applications? If you are, then the Renesas RA6M4 family of microcontrollers might be ideal for you! The RA6M4 series of microcontrollers have the high-performance ARM …

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BRIDGETEK’S EVE TECHNOLOGY NOW SUPPORTS LARGER & HIGHER RESOLUTION DISPLAYS THAN EVER BEFORE

BRIDGETEK’S EVE TECHNOLOGY NOW SUPPORTS LARGER & HIGHER RESOLUTION DISPLAYS THAN EVER BEFORE

Driving forward the progression of human machine interface (HMI) development, Bridgetek has made further announcements relating to its multi-award winning embedded video engine (EVE) platform. The BT817 and BT818 represent the company’s fourth generation of EVE products, and follow the already established mantra of helping those with little or no relevant prior experience to build advanced HMIs with high degrees of …

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BYU researchers create world’s most power-efficient high-speed ADC microchip

To meet soaring demand for lightning-quick mobile technology, each year tech giants create faster, more powerful devices with longer-lasting battery power than previous models. A major reason companies like Apple and Samsung can miraculously pull this off year after year is because engineering wizards around the world are designing increasingly power-efficient microchips that still deliver …

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What Managers Can Learn From the Microchip Industry

Tuck professor Constance Helfat proposes a new theory of firm integration based on the costs of technological innovation When Jack Kilby invented the integrated circuit—now known as a microchip—at Texas Instruments in the late 1950s, he unwittingly launched a multi-trillion-dollar industry that facilitated the information age. Because of the nature of the invention, Gordon Moore, …

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Rethinking microchips’ design pushes computing to the edge

Responding to artificial intelligence’s exploding demands on computer networks, Princeton University researchers in recent years have radically increased the speed and slashed the energy use of specialized AI systems. Now, the researchers have moved their innovation closer to widespread use by creating co-designed hardware and software that will allow designers to blend these new types …

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NEW MICROCHIP IMPROVES FUTURE OF SELF-POWERED WEARABLE TECHNOLOGY

Energy from your body heat and motion could fuel the future of preventative health care. Researchers at the University of Virginia are developing a low-power microchip that can support on-body, real-time health monitoring. By harvesting all its needed energy from sources like body heat, motion and sunlight, the chip will provide an extremely compact, long-lasting …

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