Researchers Demonstrate Chip-to-Chip Quantum Teleportation

Quantum entanglement is successfully used to send information between two computer chips.

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Nanoparticles Pave the Way for a Million-Mile EV Battery

An inexpensive cathode-coating process may be the key to longer-lasting batteries.

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Battery Management Systems – Part 1: Battery Modeling

A look at what the BMS does for EVs and the many ways batteries are modeled.

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Arduino Releases IoT Module Designed for AI and Industrial Applications

The new Portenta H7 board has a reduced footprint and a range of improved IoT hardware features.

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How Motor Rewinding Saves Cost and Copper

Can your motor be rewound instead of replaced?

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The Battery Management System and its Evolution

An overview of battery management systems and electronic protection circuitry.

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How the World’s First Solid State Aircraft Achieves Propulsion with No Moving Parts

High voltage electrodes both ionize the air and accelerate it behind the aircraft

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SnapEDA Adds 20,000 Symbols to Its Online Component Library

SnapEDA now offers RECOM power electronics symbols and footprints for PCB design.

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Sensitive Epidermal VR Interface Transforms Signals into Realistic Touch

A new epidermal VR interface imparts a sense of touch through electronic signal.

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The World’s Largest Battery Set to Get 50 Percent Larger

A battery down under gets an upgrade, furthering its claim to be the world's biggest battery.

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Researchers Experiment With Cellulose-Based Optical Fiber

VTT researchers explore the advantages of cellulose as fiber material.

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New Transistor Design Aims to Surpass Moore’s Law

A new design for silicon integrated circuits has doubled the number of transistors per chip.

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Telit Introduces New Modules Ideal for Transition to 4G NB-IoT

The new NE310H2-W1 and NL865H2-W1 NB-IoT modules promise enhanced connectivity.

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3D Printing Complex Electronic Components Creates New Manufacturing Possibilities

3D printing electronic components opens a new realm of possibilities, but it's far from perfect.

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