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The constant demand for ever-increasing interconnect bandwidth in datacentres means single-mode optical transceivers will need to scale to Tb/s capacity and be tightly integrated... More
Mar 21 2017 By Paul Whytock
For those electronics engineers that didn’t make it to the Nuremberg show here’s a selection of the highlights from day two of the exhibition. Three new entry class T&M... More
Mar 15, 2017 By Paul Whytock
Over 700 electronics companies gather at the Nuremberg exhibition centre this week. Loads of new technology launches. Here are a few of the highlights.   Car software design... More
Mar 14, 2017 By Paul Whytock
We’re all subjected to the relentless hyperbole expounding the theory that the Internet of Things (IoT) will revolutionise connectivity and make the world a better, more... More
Mar 8, 2017 By Paul Whytock
Back in June last year I wrote about high-flying drones and the danger they represent to aircraft, a fact supported by the numerous near misses being reported. In the USA last... More
Mar 2, 2017 By Paul Whytock
I recently met a senior engineer that had worked for a large international car maker for most of his career and the topic of our conversation was how modern cars had become laden... More
Feb 22, 2017 By Paul Whytock
Walk round any shopping mall and you’ll see parents pushing their beloved offspring in buggies with the child totally absorbed in the computer tablet or mobile phone they are... More
Feb 16, 2017 By Paul Whytock
Flexible solar cells that are more flexible than silicon-based products will create a diversity of design opportunities when it comes to portable and wearable technology. This... More
Feb 14, 2017 By Paul Whytock
Thought your laptop was fast. Well try to imagine a computer that is 100 million times faster. This leap into binary hyper-drive is now considered a possibility with the... More
Feb 7, 2017 By Paul Whytock
Advances in networking mean that Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) technology is fast approaching a situation where it becomes a practical reality. However, the application of... More
Feb 2, 2017 By Paul Whytock
Picture this. You have just set up your exhibition booth at the Electronica 2016 exhibition in Munich only to find the neighbouring booth next to you is exhibiting products with... More
Jan 31, 2017 By Paul Whytock
Cadmium is the culprit and it’s used in many home electronic goods, including lighting, computers and televisions. It causes cancer and targets cardiovascular, renal,... More
Jan 25, 2017 By Paul Whytock

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