Entries for February 2019

Batteries Made More Cost-effective and Efficient Using Unique Conductive Polymer Process
Researchers from the Fraunhofer Institute have developed a new method for mass manufacturing batteri...
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EW – Production Edition – Hitachi Wafer Surface Inspection, Manncorp Pick and Place Device & More
New products from ASM Assembly Systems, Hitachi, Manncorp, Nordson and SCREEN.
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Toshiba Improves Stepper Motor Efficiency with New Drivers
Toshiba’s active gain control (AGC) technology for regulating the circuit that drives stepper motors...
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Electronics Weekly – Aerotech Galvanometer Scanner, Microchip PCIe Ethernet Bridges & More
New products from Aerotech, E+E Elektronik, Microchip, Renesas Electronics and Synopsys.
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EW – Testing Edition – AMETEK Plasma Optical Emission Spectrometry, Hioki Clamp Meters & More
New products from AMETEK, Hioki, Keysight Technologies, PROMAX and Rohde & Schwarz.
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Here Comes the Sun: A New Wave of Solar-Powered AI at the Edge
Xnor.ai reveals its new battery-free, solar technology for processing AI at the edge
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Electronics Weekly – Pasternack PCB Connectors, Renesas Microcontrollers & More
New products from Microchip, Pasternack, Renesas Electronics, RS Components and Synopsys.
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EW – Design Edition – Arm Data Management, Averna IoT Toolkits & More
New products from Arm, Averna, Dassault Systèmes, Imagination Technologies and Silvaco.
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Researchers Develop High-performance Hydrogen Sensor Using Palladium Nanoparticles
Researchers from Applied Nanotech Inc have developed an innovative hydrogen sensor using palladium n...
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Electronics Weekly – Microchip Operational Amplifier, Samsung Display Driver IC & More
New products from Maxim, Microchip, Microsemi, RS Components and Samsung.
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