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Figure 1. Telit’s LM960 is the world’s first full industrial-grade, Cat 18 mPCIe module

The introduction of the Internet, cell phones, wireless communications and IoT devices have undeniably changed every aspect of modern life. Whether born out of need or convenience, these innovations are in large part the result of collaborative efforts from both the public and private sector working together
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Date:
12/09/2019
TDK-Lambda i6A4W Non-isolated DC-DC Converters now Shipping from Sager Electronics
Sager Electronics is now stocking TDK-Lambda’s i6A4W non-isolated DC-DC converter series. Capable of operating from a wide input voltage of up to 9 to 53V, TDK’s i6A4W step-down converters deliver an output voltage that can be adjustable
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Date:
12/05/2019
PSDcast â€
A number of markets worldwide still don’t have proper LTE coverage, let alone 5G or support for larger IoT networks, so the Narrowband IoT has become a viable alternative for solutions that are low-cost with long battery life and that’re primarily indoors, and these applications are ideal for transmitting
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Date:
12/04/2019

DC Diesel Generator Set Offers Compact, Powerful Solution
Generac Industrial Power has announced the company’s latest gen-set. The SDC015 is the first liquid-cooled direct current (DC) unit featuring one of the smallest footprints on the market and at 57 volts, this unit can pull 15 kW of power. The SDC015 features a quiet 1.5L diesel engine that produces only 65
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Date:
12/03/2019
Heads up for HUD
The automotive heads-up display (HUD) is either a lifesaver or yet another high-tech deathtrap. There’s little middle ground when we muck with a two-ton instrument of destruction. And muck we have – as of 2019, the automotive HUD market is worth $560 million, and it should reach $1 billion by
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Date:
12/03/2019
Electronic Pervasiveness in Vehicles Brings EMI Challenges

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Figure 1. Electric vehicle powertrain (source: US DOE)

The integration of more and more electronics in cars is being driven by automotive industry trends such as the ‘connected car’, increased used of ADAS (advanced driver assistance systems), and the drive towards semi- or even fully autonomous vehicles. The potential for EMI/EMC issues is therefore dramatically
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Date:
12/03/2019