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Maxim Integrated’s Precision Voltage Reference and Evaluation Kit: The MAX6078 and MAX6078EVKIT
The MAX6078 and the MAX6078EVKIT—respectively, Maxim Integrated’s Precision Voltage Reference and its evaluation kit—are both analogue devices. The former allows access to both a low drift and low noise at the optimal power supply (15µA), whereas the latter is an intricately-designed circuit board used to accurately evaluate the MAX6078’s voltage references.
Qorvo’s QPA2308 5 to 6GHz 60W GaN Power Amplifier for RF-based Designs
The QPA2308 microwave monolithic integrated circuit (MMIC) power amplifier from Qorvo is targeted towards commercial and military applications. The MMIC power amplifier provides high-power density and power-added efficiency for 5 to 6GHz RF-based designs.
Digital Technologies Are Shaping the Future of Engineering
Digital processes have already redefined how companies approach manufacturing from an efficiency standpoint. Additionally, the electrical engineering industry has benefited immensely from the proliferation of modern digital tools. These evolving technologies continue to influence how teams and businesses operate on a daily basis.
Bel Power Solutions’ ABE1000 Series and MBE1000 Series of 1000W Power Supplies
Bel Power Solutions announced two power supply series for medical and industrial applications on September 19th 2019, the 1000 W ABE1000 and MBE1000. AC-DC enclosed power supplies that act as high-power density solutions.
STMicroelectronics to Supply Silicon-Carbide Power Electronics to Renault for High Speed Battery Charging in EVs
STMicroelectronics, a global semiconductor leader, has announced it will supply these electronics to Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi to enable high-speed charging in the next generation of electric vehicles.
Pursuing Renewable Energy Systems Without Causing Materials Shortages
While the race to construct renewable energy systems is raging, many fear widespread system production will cause materials scarcity. Companies need to consider the short and long-term ramifications of resource consumption, should these projects have viability.
The University of Warwick Trials Cybersecurity Research Projects for Connected Autonomous Vehicles
With autonomous vehicles expected to become more and more widespread as manufacturers work hard to bring their own designs to market, the security of the connected systems that power them are a major concern for researchers.
How Solar Power Cars Work: Exploring Solar Electronics
The transport sector in Europe remains one of the most significant contributors to greenhouse gases such as CO2 and nitrogen oxides (aka NOx) from the exhaust pipes of vehicles. Thankfully, engineers are working on eco-friendly automotive solutions—and an exciting example of them are solar-powered vehicles.
Intel Reveals Spring Crest and Spring Hill AI Accelerator Chips
At this year’s Hot Chips symposium, held between the 18th and 20th of August, Intel revealed its first entries into the emergent market of AI accelerators—the Intel Nervana NNP-T ‘Spring Crest’ and NNP-I ‘Spring Hill’ chips. With the technology, Intel is aiming to compete against the current leaders in the space: Google, Amazon, and Nvidia, as well as newcomers like Qualcomm and Huawei.