Ngee Hou Tan, Senior Product Marketing Manager, and Thomas Beer, Senior Director Strategic System Application Engineering CoolGaN™, Power & Sensor Systems division, Infineon Technologies
Today’s switch-mode power supplies (SMPS) are smaller, more efficient, and lower-cost than ever. The key to their performance is the power switch technologies at their heart – but how should designers choose the right material for this and find the best component to meet their needs?
While silicon is the most widely-known constituent of semiconductors, a new group of wide bandgap (WBG) materials is increasingly finding its way into applications. One example is gallium nitride (
Jos van der Loop, Product Marketing Manager, Low Energy & VoIP Division, Dialog Semiconductor
A new generation of low power, self-configuring network devices capable of remote management via a web connected smartphone or tablet PC are set to deliver the next healthcare revolution.
The cost of providing healthcare to those recovering from illness or surgery has risen rapidly in recent years and there
Figure 1: Scheme for PLC technology. In a TLACS system from Nyx Hemera Technologies a local controller integrates PLC to communicate with the network controller over the AC line and controls each lamp using a standard DALI interface