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  • Dual PCB Configurable Logic for More Ways to Save Space and Lower Cost

    Posted Nov 21, 2014 By NXP
    Today, engineers are always looking to squeeze more functionality into less space, while simplifying inventory and reducing system cost. Dual PCB configurable logic from NXP combines two configurable logic devices in a single package. It gives engineers a more flexible, more economical way to implement control logic solutions. These advantages can mean lower system cost, improved inventory...
  • Improving System Efficiency with SuperFET® II FRFET® MOSFET

    Posted Nov 20, 2014 By Fairchild Semiconductor
    With the drastic increase of power consumption around the world today, it's a big challenge for engineers and designers to come up with products and devices that would be energy-efficient and highly reliable. When dealing with a device' efficiency, all must start to the smaller components inside. As for power supplies and power converters, one of the key parts for achieving better results are the...
  • Using the Advanced Math Operation of Oscilloscope

    Posted Nov 20, 2014 By RIGOL Technologies
    The RIGOL DS4000 provides advanced math functions that allow users to enter and edit formulas to actively perform advanced calculations. It is useful in many application such as editing U*I to do power analysis. This video will show how to use the math functions to get the integral of a square waveform.
  • Ethernet Send/Receive Setup Example

    Posted Nov 20, 2014 By Renesas
    This application note presents a set-up example for Ethernet/IEEE 802.3 sends or receives using the V850E2/ML4 Ethernet controller. It describes the specifications of the application example, the functions used, the conditions, initialization, PHY IC auto-negotiation, as well as the transmission/reception settings and the sample program selection allocation that is used in the application.
  • Linux-Less Wi-Fi: WLAN for Embedded Design

    Posted Nov 20, 2014 By LS Research
    Embedded system designers face many challenges when selecting the right components to meet functional, budgetary, and regulatory requirements, especially when it involves wireless technologies. Until recently, adding Wi-Fi meant learning and implementing complex software subsystems just to provide a seemingly simple wireless network connection. This typically would involve a deep dive into...
  • Boost Inductance Vs. Inductor Size

    Posted Nov 20, 2014 By Cirrus Logic
    This application note presents an explanation on the effects of boost inductance versus inductor size used in the CDB150x-00 PFC demonstration board. This document also presents the computation for the necessary surge power of the inductor in which it must be multiplied by the constant power and inductance factor (CPLF).
  • Multi-layer Slow Blow Fuses

    Posted Nov 20, 2014 By TE Circuit Protection
    With the advancement in automotive infotainment speeding up, so is the need of the of an adequate power protection over an increasingly broad range of voltages, currents, and temperatures. Manufacturers need also to look for ways to improve the durability of the products they produce.
  • Introducing Dual PCB Configurable Logic from NXP

    Posted Nov 20, 2014 By NXP
    Tom Wolf, Senior Product Applications Engineer at NXP Semiconductors, introduces the innovative 74AUP2G57 which integrates two 1G57 functions into a single 10-pin package. This device is a dual PCB configurable logic device. The NXP dual PCB configurable device is a multi-gate, multi-function logic device with Schmitt-trigger inputs. Each device contains two configurable gates which can be...

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  • how to get 1pc 16*32pixel ws2812b panel by 2pcs 16*16pixel matrix unit

    Posted Nov 21, 2014 By Mal Donald
    Model: GEMA2812B256P1 This is an easy 16Pixel*16pixel DIY digital flexible led matrix unit, Pitch distance is 1cm,designing with slide fastener,they locate at four edges of led martrix. You can pull...
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  • ZMS Cable - Frequency Converter Cable

    Posted Nov 21, 2014 By ZMS Cable
    h1. ZMS Cable - Frequency Converter Cable *"Frequency Converter Cable(Frequency Converter Cable,power cable)": is mainly used as the connection cable between frequency...
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  • Improving System Efficiency with SuperFET® II FRFET® MOSFET

    Posted Nov 20, 2014 By Fairchild Semiconductor
    With the drastic increase of power consumption around the world today, it's a big challenge for engineers and designers to come up with products and devices that would be energy-efficient and highly...
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  • Using the Advanced Math Operation of Oscilloscope

    Posted Nov 20, 2014 By RIGOL Technologies
    This video shows how to use the advanced math operation function, one of the best features of the RIGOL...
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  • Ethernet Send/Receive Setup Example

    Posted Nov 20, 2014 By Renesas
    This application note presents a set-up example for Ethernet/IEEE 802.3 sends or receives using the V850E2/ML4 Ethernet controller. It describes the specifications of the application example, the...
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  • Boost Inductance Vs. Inductor Size

    Posted Nov 20, 2014 By Cirrus Logic
    This application note presents an explanation on the effects of boost inductance versus inductor size used in the CDB150x-00 PFC demonstration board. This document also presents the computation for...
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  • Multi-layer Slow Blow Fuses

    Posted Nov 20, 2014 By TE Circuit Protection
    With the advancement in automotive infotainment speeding up, so is the need of the of an adequate power protection over an increasingly broad range of voltages, currents, and temperatures....
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  • Introducing Dual PCB Configurable Logic from NXP

    Posted Nov 20, 2014 By NXP
    Tom Wolf, Senior Product Applications Engineer at NXP...
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  • 35 W (80 W Peak) Power Supply for Inkjet Printer

    Posted Nov 20, 2014 By Power Integrations
    This is a design example report of a 35 W power supply with 80 W peak employing TOP258MN intended for inkjet printer. This power supply operates in a wide input voltage range from 90...
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  • Household Cable - ZMS Cable Co,.ltd

    Posted Nov 19, 2014 By ZMS Cable
    *Household cable *composed of conductor, insulation layer and protective layer. And the conductor is the core part of the wire. The conductor material is copper or aluminum.(...
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