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Most oscilloscopes’ limited memory prevents analysis of long signal sequences. An oscilloscope with a much longer memory is required for debugging serial buses, writes Philipp... More
Apr 11, 2017 By Philipp Weigell
Bringing intelligence and connectivity to the edge of the network requires OEMs to change their point of view when it comes to product design, writes Witekio’s CEO, Yannick... More
Mar 1, 2017 By Yannick Chammings
Refrigerated transportation presents challenges for data logger systems including extreme temperatures, accuracy, memory and power consumption, explains Maxim Integrated’s Scott... More
Jan 27, 2017 By Scott Jones
ZF’s Thomas Boethe explains how switches can generate enough energy for wireless transmission   In our increasingly connected world, there is growing demand for low energy... More
Jan 13, 2017 By Thomas Boethe
Mark Patrick from Mouser Electronics sums up developments in LED lighting technology this year. Over several years, high-power LEDs have made rapid advances as far as power and... More
Dec 21, 2016 By Mark Patrick
Ampleon’s Robin Wesson describes in detail how solid-state RF components will replace the magnetron for a more efficient, effective and reliable microwave oven. Microwave ovens... More
Dec 15, 2016 By Robin Wesson
Rutronik’s Christian Kasper and Jochen Neller highlight the latest developments in passive components for power systems applications. Many power applications place particularly... More
Dec 1, 2016 By Rutronik
RS Components’ Tim Peberdy explains the increasingly strict efficiency limits on consumer electronics power supplies specified by global legislation. Since the mid-2000s,... More
Nov 3, 2016 By Tim Peberdy
The latest revolution to hit the manufacturing sector will introduce new and innovative ways of interacting with and controlling automated processes. By Mark Patrick, Mouser... More
Oct 28, 2016 By Mark Patrick
Ross Bannatyne explains common ways semiconductor devices are made to resist extreme temperatures and radiation, and introduces Vorago Technologies’ proprietary hi-rel... More
Oct 11, 2016 By Ross Bannatyne
Selecting a keypad means comparing the features of the many different technologies available, including membrane or silicone keys or even custom designs that combine one or more... More
Sep 26, 2016 By Steve Appenrodt
Traditional testing often misses concurrency problems in multicore systems, but static analysis can help, explains Gramma Tech’s Marc Brown. Multicore processors are ubiquitous... More
Aug 19, 2016 By Marc Brown

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Sally Ward-Foxton is Features Editor at Electropages. She has been writing about the electronics industry for over a decade, covering all areas of the electronics industry.