Entries for October 2016

Electronics Weekly - Texas Instruments Modules for IoT, Toshiba Flash Memory & More
New products from TI, CEVA, Expressif, Tektronix and Toshiba.
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Check Out Tesla's Sweet Roof
Tesla/SolarCity unveiled a solar roof that's attractive, affordable, and integrated with batteries a...
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Smallest Transistor Ever Ditches Silicon to Achieve 1-Nanometer Gate
Researchers use molybdenum disulfide and carbon nanotubes to shrink transistors well below silicon l...
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Protoype Photonic Chip Shines a Light on Practical Quantum Computing
New surface ion trap with integrated optical components offers a method for high qubit scalability.
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SolPad: A Game Changer for Residential Solar?
SolPad integrates PV, battery, and inverter, dramatically lowering the cost of solar.
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Electronics Weekly - Siemens IoT Gateway, Microsemi Smart Buffers & More
New products from Siemens and RS Components, Microchip Technology, Digital View, Exar and Microsemi.
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Tandem Perovskite Solar Cells Show Promise
All-perovskite device converts sunlight into electricity with 20.3 percent efficiency.
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Integrating Solar Cells into Ceramic Roof Tiles
Dutch company ZEP B.V. wants to make solar roofs more aesthetically appealing.
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Students Gain Real-World Experience in Renewable Energy Laboratory
Collaboration between business, government, and academia makes this living laboratory a learning lab...
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Electronics Weekly – Samsung Chipsets, MediaTek HDKs for Wearables & More
The latest products from Samsung, MediaTek, Xilinx, Autotalks and Intersil.
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Could This Prototype Electric Car Battery Fit in Your Pocket?
UltraCap Ltd. claims its prototype ultracapacitor-based battery will revolutionize energy storage.
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Electronics in Warfare – Sensors, Radars, Controls & More
Military tech updates from Lockheed Martin, Saab and Elbit Systems.
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Freedom Field Renewable Energy: A Living Laboratory
This living laboratory saves taxpayer dollars, spurs economic development, and educates the communit...
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Electronics Weekly - New TI Buck Converter, Hitachi Narrows its Focus & More
Industry news from Texas Instruments, Hitachi, Synopsys, Flexpoint and Digicom.
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How to Build Nanoelectronic Devices Atom by Atom
New textbook covers the “bottom-up” approach to simulating devices on the atomic scale.
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New Approach to Computer Chip Manufacturing Could Lead to Improved Electronics
Engineers develop novel method of directed self-assembly that’s simpler, faster, and cheaper.
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Big Ass Fans Win Big Awards
A convergence of electrical, mechanical, aerospace, and software engineering brings a series of spac...
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