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Powering Communications

September 2014
Shmuel De-Leon Energy will hold a seminar program focused on the present and future needs for portable energy, and highlighting the latest technological developments. The seminars offer a novel opportunity where battery and fuel cell developers/ engineers/ Users/ Pack assemblers/ manufacturers/ raw & battery
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09/30/2014
David Niewolny of Freescale on designing for medical in the Cloud

David Niewolny of Freescale

In this PSDcast David Niewolny of Freescale talks to Alix Paultre of Power Systems Design about designing  devices for the next generation of medical applications, from wearables to stationary cloud-based systems. From connectivity issues to battery life to system efficiency, device designers have a lot
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09/29/2014
One of the most important features in switched mode power supplies is power density. It is crucial for high-power applications like server and telecom but it is also a key factor for low- to mid-power designs like battery chargers and adapters. Let’s explore the performance of advanced solutions
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09/23/2014

Silicon Labs simplifies clock tree design for complex internet infrastructure applications

Silicon Labs’ Clock Tree Expert tool

Silicon Labs, a leader in high-performance, analog-intensive, mixed-signal ICs, launched an online timing utility that eases the complexity of designing clock trees for a wide range of Internet infrastructure applications including high-speed networking, telecommunications and data center equipment. Silicon
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09/23/2014
As engineering teams are continuously being pushed to deliver leading edge designs in much reduced time frames, they must now look every possible advantage in order to meet these aggressive requirements. One such way to achieve this is to reduce the internal testing of any new components being used. Procurement
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09/20/2014
Consumers are the single biggest risk to electronic devices such as Smartphones and Tablets that play a vital role in their lives. Not only because they might drop them on the floor, but also because human touch to any device containing sensitive electronic semiconductors can be the source of an ESD (Electro
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09/19/2014
As the number of voltage rails continues to grow inside systems due to higher complexity and proliferation of digital content, it is essential to have a mechanism to monitor and control these rails. Often times there can be as many as 50 point-of-load voltage rails and system designers need to be able to easily
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09/15/2014
Estimote Sticker beacons create novel 'nearables' tech category

Estimote Stickers

Ultra low power (ULP) RF specialist Nordic Semiconductor announces that beacon specialist, Estimote, has specified Nordic's multiple award-winning nRF51822 SoCs to provide the Bluetooth® Smart (formerly known as Bluetooth low energy) wireless connectivity in its newly launched Estimote Stickers that Estimote
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09/12/2014
To help with the growing use of LTE services throughout enterprises and public spaces, Airvana, a leading provider of small cell solutions, has selected the combination of Freescale’s QorIQ QonvergeB4860 and BSC9131baseband SoCs to power its OneCellTM system. OneCell is the world’s first multi-operator small
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09/09/2014
Eduardo Montanez of Freescale on advanced MCUs in the IoT

Eduardo Montanez of Freescale

In this PSDcast Eduardo Montanez of Freescale talks to Alix Paultre of Power Systems Design about the Internet of Things (IoT) and the demands being placed on the microcontrollers driving the intelligent devices populating it. Freescale's Kinetis Microcontrollers (MCUs) consist of multiple hardware- and software-compatible
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09/08/2014
TI's high-voltage switcher offers energy savings to smart meters and home automation designs

UCC28880 controller

Expanding its portfolio of high-voltage power solutions for offline AC/DC designs, Texas Instruments introduced a 700-V switcher with the industry’s lowest quiescent current of less than 100 uA – half the power consumption of existing solutions. The UCC28880 controller integrates a 700-V power MOSFET and
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Date:
09/08/2014
ROHM’s latest low-power MCU includes Class D speaker amp

ML610Q304 MCU

LAPIS Semiconductor, a ROHM Group Company, has recently announced the development of a low-power microcontroller that integrates an 8bit low power MCU core, speech synthesis circuit, high efficiency Class D speaker amp, non-volatile memory, and oscillator circuit on a single chip, making audio playback possible
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09/03/2014
ROHM’s RASMID ultra-compact components tout novel miniaturization

ROHM’s 03015-size resistors are the most compact electronic components available at the production level. Size is reduced by 56% over conventional 0402-size products.

In the past years, following the increasing functionality of a variety of equipment such as smartphones and tablet PCs, there has been an evidently growing need for thinner, more compact form factors at the component level that provide greater precision and reliability. The recent advent of wearable electronics
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09/02/2014
ZENS' PuK wireless charger integrates into furniture

The ZENS PuK wireless charger integrates into your furniture

ZENS, developer of innovative wireless charging solutions, unveiled the ZENS PuK wireless charger, intended to integrate into your furniture, whether a desk, a bedside table or another piece of furniture. With this addition to its product portfolio ZENS, market leader in the field of wireless charging, is introducing
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Date:
09/02/2014

 



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