What Every Student Should Know Before Pursuing an Electrical Engineering Degree
The journey to becoming an electronic or electrical engineer starts at university, where students are trained and introduced to theories and principles about their chosen field. In most European countries, this takes between three-to-four years.
Maxim Integrated’s Family of CMTI Isolated Gate Drivers: Drive High Power Transistors
Almost every modern electrical system uses switching power supplies. Due to its low current digital signaling, a microcontroller is not considered to be efficient in driving high power transistors of power supplies. Therefore, a gate driver is used to amplify the microcontroller output before it is fed into the input of a high power transistor.
Red Hat’s Joanna Hodgson on the Value of Diversity and Why Tech Companies Should Foster an Open Work Culture
After almost three decades of working in the tech sector, Joanna Hodgson has learned a lot about how companies can truly value diversity and build successful technical teams. In this exclusive interview, she shares some of her insights and offers advice on how to spark transformation inside organizations.
Lattice and SiFive Collaborate to Better Enable FPGA Developers RISC-V Processor Access
Lattice and SiFive have recently announced a collaboration that seeks to provide developers with easy access to scalable processor core IP running on low power, small form factor FPGAs that could power millions of smart devices at the edge.
Bosch Introduces Their Sensor Portfolio for Autonomous Vehicles
Finally, Bosch is entering the automated driving arena with its lidar sensors. According to the company, its sensor will be able to detect at close range and long-distance, covering automated driving at SAE levels 3 to 5 in both urban and highway driving scenarios.
AImotive’s aiWare3P Neural Network Interference Engine Delivers Impressive Acceleration for Automotive AI
AImotive, a global supplier of scalable modular automated driving technologies, begins shipping the latest release of its aiWare3 neural network (NN) hardware interference IP to its largest customers.
Disruptive Electrical Engineering Technologies: the System-on-Chip
Almost every kind of electronic device used today utilises a system-on-chip (SoC). Measuring about the size of a human thumbnail, these chips comprise both software and hardware components that add functionality to electronic devices and equipment.
Adesto Technologies and STMicroelectronics Partner to Accelerate Time-to-Market for Emerging IoT Devices
Adesto Technologies Corporation has participated in the STMicroelectronics Partner Program for the optimization of the operations of emerging IoT devices by combining the STM32 line of microcontrollers (MCUs) and its non-volatile memory (NVM) mechanisms.
Enapter’s Chairman Sebastian-Justus Schmidt on Using Hydrogen Electrolyser Technology for Storing Energy Sustainably
Enapter’s hydrogen electrolyser technology, recently showcased at the Nongnooch Tropical Garden in Pattaya, Thailand, is a promising alternative energy storage solution that does not rely on burning fossil fuels.
University Spin-off AccelerComm Reduces 5G Network Latency Resulting in Significant Power Savings for Mobile Devices
University of Southampton spin-off AccelerComm unveils a breakthrough 5G cellular optimization technology that delivers the highest throughput and lowest latency forward error connection IP.
Teraki Raises $11 Million in Series A Funding to Meet Data Challenges in Automotive and IoT
Teraki, a leading supplier of edge processing software for automotive and IoT industries, has secured $11 Million in Series A funding. The money will go towards developing solutions like the company’s Intelligent Signal Processing technology that enables efficient, faster, and more accurate applications and algorithms.