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Applying MOSFETs to Today's Power-Switching Designs
Applying MOSFETs to Today's Power-Switching Designs
08.01.2017 · Articles
Even though gallium-nitride transistors are becoming a more popular solution in terms of power switching, the venerable MOSFET still can be used effectively in current applications. In the wake of gallium-nitride transistor introductions, a number of semiconductor makers have begun to reassess the role played by conventional MOSFETs...
Arduino-compatible LoRaWAN dev board promises cheap IoT start
Arduino-compatible LoRaWAN dev board promises cheap IoT start
08.01.2017 · News
Norwegian sensor technology company Nordic Automation Systems is releasing its first Arduino compatible LoRaWAN development board, dubbed Badgerboard, which the company claims can be easily extended to a prototype or even a small batch product...
Versatile Voltage-to-Pulse Train Converter Supports Sensor Data I/O
Versatile Voltage-to-Pulse Train Converter Supports Sensor Data I/O
05.01.2017 · Circuits · Microcontrollers
When the need arises to convert voltage readings from an analog sensor into a pulse train, a low-end microcontroller offers a versatile solution. The design uses an 8-pin PIC12F683 to provide a pulse train that’s proportional to the sensed input voltage. This is useful, for example, when transforming a sensor signal into a format that’s compatible with a basic digital or GPIO input...
Osram presents the world's first broadband infrared LED
Osram presents the world's first broadband infrared LED
05.01.2017 · News
Osram Opto Semiconductors is using converter technology for infrared emitters for the first time. The result is an LED that emits broadband infrared light in a wavelength range from 650 to 1,050 nanometers (nm). The main application is near-infrared spectroscopy, for example for analyzing food...
Low-cost circuit incorporates mixing and amplifying functions
Low-cost circuit incorporates mixing and amplifying functions
30.12.2016 · Circuits
In many applications, the frequency-conversion steps comprise a buffer, preferably with some extra voltage gain; a mixer; and some filtering. Instead of including an amplifier in front of the mixer, you can easily integrate the mixer function with the amplifier. A low-cost implementation uses an amplifier with a power-down-disable feature...
New FTDI USB 3.0 Bridging IC Supports Video Class Operation
New FTDI USB 3.0 Bridging IC Supports Video Class Operation
30.12.2016 · News
Continuing to drive innovation in USB technology, FTDI Chip has now introduced a series of USB 3.0 UVC class bridge ICs. The company’s FT602 devices support the streaming of video content from high definition camera equipment. This means that imaging systems which would have previously only been capable of delivering relatively low resolution material can gain substantially elevated video quality but still run at 60 fps frame rates...
Garage Door Opener Parts Form IR Intrusion Detector
Garage Door Opener Parts Form IR Intrusion Detector
28.12.2016 · Circuits
While creating an infrared beam intrusion detector system, the need for a beam-focusing method became evident. Parts from a modified Genie garage door Safe-T-Beam system, purchased at the local home improvement store, proved to be perfectly suited to the application. The main reason for choosing the Genie unit is that the IR transmitter and receiver housings each contain a plastic lens inside a short plastic tube molded into the housing...
Customized electronic ticket solutions simplify daily commute in Russian cities
Customized electronic ticket solutions simplify daily commute in Russian cities
28.12.2016 · News
Scalable CIPURSE based electronic fare collection systems are now being implemented in Russia by Infineon Technologies. UM has started roll-out in Izhevsk and Angarsk; seven other metropolitan regions are planned to follow by end of 2016...
Chemoelectronics: Nanoparticle Diodes and Devices That Work When Wet
Chemoelectronics: Nanoparticle Diodes and Devices That Work When Wet
26.12.2016 · Articles
Whether they’re for sensors in artificial skin that demands flexibility or for wearable electronics where the circuits must withstand our sweat, silicon-based chips aren’t always up to the task. Now, an international research team has developed a way to fabricate flexible, water-loving logic circuits and sensors without the need of semiconductors...
6-Channel Logic/SPI/I2C μModule Isolator Delivers More Than 100mA Via Two Adjustable Power Rails
6-Channel Logic/SPI/I2C μModule Isolator Delivers More Than 100mA Via Two Adjustable Power Rails
26.12.2016 · News
Linear Technology Corporation introduces the LTM2887, a 6-channel SPI/Digital or I2C μModule® isolator with dual rail regulated power that targets low voltage components, including newer DSPs and microprocessors. Two well-regulated adjustable supply rails (up to 5 V) deliver more than 100 mA of load current over the isolation barrier, with up to 62% efficiency...
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