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  • Centralized Repository for Data Management

    Posted Jul 31, 2014 By Altium
    Altium presents an article of a breakthrough of innovation in design data management. Altium thinks of generating and making data from any board designs with utmost integrity. With the developments in the electronic processes and designs, Altium Designer’s Unified Platform, has emerged into an effective and efficient problem solver that has high regards to data integrity. This is done while...
  • Astrodyne at IEEE EMC Symposium 2014

    Posted Jul 30, 2014 By Astrodyne
    Astrodyne would like to invite you to stop by Booth 635 at the IEEE EMC Symposium, to learn more about the latest in the design and manufacture of custom and standard LCR, Radius and Filter Concepts branded EMI/EMC/RFI filters and suppression components, as well as a variety of EMC testing, engineering and contract manufacturing services.
  • IBM’s Enterprise Flash Calms Sea of Data

    Posted Jul 30, 2014 By EEWeb
    Analysts estimate that approximately 4.4 trillion gigabytes of data have been created to date; 90 percent of this data has been created in the past two years. At this staggering rate, the projected amount of data created by 2020 is expected to surpass 44 trillion gigabytes. While the sheer volume of data is hard to comprehend, enterprise-storage providers recognize this exponential growth and are...
  • Designing the RCD Snubber of Flyback Converter

    Posted Jul 29, 2014 By Fairchild Semiconductor
    This document tackles on the basic principles of a flyback converters and the mechanisms behind its operation. It includes a brief but concise discussion on designing Resistor-Capacitor-Diode (RCD) snubbers which is the most essential part of these flyback converters, Furthermore, Fairchild also suggests in this note a powerful tool that can help users to design snubbers in only a matter of...
  • Industrys First Highly Accurate Gyro Emulation

    Posted Jul 29, 2014 By ROHM
    In general, gyros are used to measure an object’s angular velocity, which allows you to determine its orientation. MEMS gyros have become very common in smartphones, gaming devices, and wearable electronics, but they consume a lot of power, typically on the order of 5 or more milliamps at 3.3 or even 5 volts. For battery powered devices, that’s pretty significant. Additionally, they’re...
  • STM32 Nucleo Dev Boards

    Posted Jul 29, 2014 By Mouser
    The Nucleo boards feature the STM32 MCUs, which are based on ARM Cortex M0, M3, and M4 cores. This variety allows you to pick the MCU that gives you the proper balance of performance and power for your design, and enables you to easily migrate to a different MCU if needed.
  • Low Viscosity UV Curable Epoxy Based System

    Posted Jul 29, 2014 By Master Bond
    The UV15 is an epoxy adhesive system which is exceptional for high performance bonding, coating and sealing and is completely free of oxygen inhibition. It requires no mixing and cures fast at room temperature. Other advantages are high optical clarity, excellent adhesion to surface treated metals, glass and plastics, and low shrinkage upon cure (1-2%). UV 15 has a low viscosity and can be...
  • Maxim DeepCover Secure Authenticators

    Posted Jul 29, 2014 By Maxim Integrated
    Device authentication is used to protect end users and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) from the use of counterfeit peripherals, sensors, consumables, or other devices. It is a method that verifies to the host system that an attached device is genuine and can be trusted. h3. DEVICE AUTHENTICATION A counterfeit device could simply be a cheap clone of the original. For instance, a medical...

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  • Centralized Repository for Data Management

    Posted Jul 31, 2014 By Altium
    Altium presents an article of a breakthrough of innovation in design data management. Altium thinks of generating and making data from any board designs with utmost integrity. With the developments...
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  • What are circlip pliers and what are they used for?

    Posted Jul 31, 2014 By Jennie Trotters
    Not all machines are complicated. There are some devices that only take a small amount of mechanical work to function correctly. Machines such as bicycles and lawnmowers need some of the same amounts...
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  • DC One - Power Supply Unit

    Posted Jul 31, 2014 By KAM Lab
    Hello! I would like to tell about our project and would appreciate hearing your thoughts on this. I guess that everyone here has PSU to power your electronic devices, but sometimes bench-top PSU are...
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  • Astrodyne at IEEE EMC Symposium 2014

    Posted Jul 30, 2014 By Astrodyne
    Heading up to the IEEE EMC Symposium 2014? Why don't you take a time to visit Astrodyne's booth to take a look and explore the company's best and latest innovations in the world of technology? This...
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  • Designing the RCD Snubber of Flyback Converter

    Posted Jul 29, 2014 By Fairchild Semiconductor
    This document tackles on the basic principles of a flyback converters and the mechanisms behind its operation. It includes a brief but concise discussion on designing Resistor-Capacitor-Diode (RCD)...
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  • Industrys First Highly Accurate Gyro Emulation

    Posted Jul 29, 2014 By ROHM
    {bl_brightcove1} In general, gyros are used to measure an object’s angular velocity, which allows you to determine its orientation. MEMS gyros have become very common in smartphones, gaming...
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  • STM32 Nucleo Dev Boards

    Posted Jul 29, 2014 By Mouser
    {bl_brightcove1} The Nucleo boards feature the STM32 MCUs, which are based on ARM Cortex M0, M3, and M4 cores. This variety allows you to pick the MCU that gives you the proper balance of...
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  • Low Viscosity UV Curable Epoxy Based System

    Posted Jul 29, 2014 By Master Bond
    http://player.vimeo.com/video/47268445 The UV15 is an epoxy adhesive system which is exceptional for high performance bonding, coating and sealing and is completely free of oxygen inhibition. It...
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  • Sensor Fusion Comes of Age

    Posted Jul 29, 2014 By Mouser
    This article presents a brief discussion about sensors and how it has evolved over the years from a simple analog component into what we now see as chip-based digital device found in machines used...
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  • Mastering High Efficiency DC-DC Converters

    Posted Jul 28, 2014 By Fairchild Semiconductor
    *Introduction* Point of load DC-DC buck regulators are widely used in the industry for applications in systems involving very low voltage levels. The demand for these types of voltage levels stems...
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