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Internet of Things

July 2017
Maximum Efficiency for Inverters

Galvanic isolation between the high-voltage and low-voltage sides.

TDK has joined forces with Infineon Technologies to develop a design for xEV inverters that achieves a very high efficiency of over 98 percent over a power range of 10 kW to 150 kW. This success has been achieved by matching of the Infineon IGBT module and the EPCOS and TDK passive components. The
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Date:
07/25/2017
Sub-1GHz Transceiver Provides Expanded Reach and Sigfox Compliance
Mouser Electronics, Inc., is now stocking the S2-LP ultra-low power, sub-1GHz transceiver from STMicroelectronics (ST). A successor to ST’s highly acclaimed SPIRIT1, the S2-LP radio chip offers designers increased transmission range, greater selectivity, ultra-low power consumption, and high configuration
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Date:
07/25/2017
Interference-free cabling

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Interference-free cabling

Long lines for distributed loads can emit and be susceptible to interference which can affect the connected loads. However, the loads work without disruption as long as a few basic rules are observed when it comes to cabling. Moderndevices and systems are generally complex, their electrical/electronic
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Date:
07/22/2017

Wuerth Elektronik and FELA collaborating on research into new technology
Despite current stability and positive sales growth in the circuit board indus-try, it must be presumed that consolidation has not yet come to an end. Circuit board manufacturers are facing enormous price erosion caused by Asian circuit boards, as well as rising manufacturing costs in Europe and generally
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Date:
07/21/2017
Cirrus Logic Accelerates Design of Voice-Enabled Devices with Development Kit for Amazon Alexa Voice Service
AUSTIN, Texas – Cirrus Logic introduced a development kit for Alexa Voice Service (AVS), optimized for smart speakers and smart home applications including voice controlled devices, hands-free portable speakers and networked speakers. With the Cirrus Logic IC and software design, the Voice Capture Development
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Date:
07/06/2017
'Near-Zero-Power' Temperature Sensor Could Make Wearables, Smart Devices Less Power-Hungry

An array of the temperature sensor chips is shown.

Electrical engineers at the University of California San Diego have developed a temperature sensor that runs on only 113 picowatts of power -- 628 times lower power than the state of the art and about 10 billion times smaller than a watt. This near-zero-power temperature sensor could extend the battery life
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Date:
07/05/2017

 



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