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Modern designs are becoming more susceptible to EMI EMI (electromagnetic interference) comes from unintended electromagnetic radiation caused by changing currents in other parts... More
Sep 9, 2015 By Mathias Goebel
There are lots of good reasons to parallel Many situations that demand high load current that is more than a single DC-DC converter can provide. In these cases, two or more DC-DC... More
Sep 3, 2015 By Philip Lechner
The efficiency of power inverters is one of the most critical aspects of the design and a key feature for solar and wind applications. By Prasun Kulshrestha and Miguel Mendoza,... More
Sep 2, 2015 By Micrel Ltd
Following many years of proposals and discussions within the European Union, the EU-wide ‘eCall’ automatic-emergency-call alert system is now coming to a car near you. eCall... More
Aug 27, 2015 By Sven Etzold
Getting a few more percentage points of efficiency from a DC/DC supply is a challenge, but a two-stage converter with a dynamically optimised intermediate bus voltage offers a... More
Aug 24, 2015 By Alan Elbanhawy
What is claimed as the world’s first 32Gbytes 48-layer BiCS FLASH device with a three-dimensional (3D) stacked cell structure has been developed and launched by the Toshiba... More
Aug 18, 2015 By Paul Whytock
Alpha Micro’s Nick Pummell compares the performance and cost of Sigfox and GSM networks for carrying IoT data. As the concept of the IoT gathers momentum, embedded developers... More
Aug 17, 2015 By Nick Pummell
The amount of data that will be swirling around planet Earth is set to explode during the final years of this decade and will reach the biblical proportion of around 44zettabytes... More
Aug 12, 2015 By Paul Whytock
The same old question keeps rumbling on; can keeping mobile phones in trouser pockets cause male infertility? The straight answer is no one is entirely sure but new medical... More
Aug 10, 2015 By Paul Whytock
The problems of filament instability in resistive RAM (RRAM) technology have been cracked in a joint effort by Japanese electronics conglomerate Panasonic and research centre... More
Jul 28, 2015 By Paul Whytock
What should a developer look for in a Linux distribution that makes it suitable for deployment in an IoT world? First, check the builder is a participant in the Yocto Project,... More
Jul 23, 2015 By Davide Head
How can an 85-year-old Hungarian help cars navigate the crowded streets of London, Shanghai or New York? It turns out that a talented gentleman’s work in mathematics is becoming... More
Jul 23, 2015 By Nick Pummell

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