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Ghana repurposes communications antenna for astronomy
16 August 2017

The 32 metre converted telecommunications antenna will be integrated into the African VLB Network in preparation for the second phase construction of the Square Kilometre Array.

Practically educating Gauteng’s technical educators
16 August 2017

The annual Gauteng Department of Education training, which has been running for three years in partnership with Resolution Circle, took place in July.

Bluetooth updated for mesh networking
16 August 2017, Telecoms, Datacoms, Wireless

A highly anticipated mesh networking standard has been introduced to the Bluetooth specification by the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG).

From the editor's desk: Fake chips aren’t going away
16 August 2017, Technews Publishing

Anyone who’s designed and tested electronic circuits will tell you, having a circuit that doesn’t work is not the worst that can happen; it’s the intermittent faults that really hurt. For a product that’s ...

Altair student day inspires STEM interest
16 August 2017

Altair South Africa recently hosted a group of potential engineering students as part of its STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) initiative to expose them to the opportunities available ...

Wage negotiations deadlocked
16 August 2017

At the time of writing, wage negotiations are ongoing in the engineering and steel industries. While trade unions have applied for a certificate to launch strike action within the South African engineering ...

Locally-made fixed-wireless router
16 August 2017

Huge Software and Technologies, a sister company of Huge Telecom – the provider of full suite telephony services to corporate organisations and residential homes – has successfully developed its own fixed-wireless ...

Win a Microchip MCP9600 evaluation board
16 August 2017

Microchip’s MCP9600 evaluation board is used to digitise the thermocouple EMF voltage to degrees Celsius with ±1°C accuracy. The device also supports types J, T, N, E, B, S and R. Each of these types ...

Electronics news digest
16 August 2017

South Africa • The CEO of ICASA has been placed on formal suspension. A statement read: “The Council of the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) hereby notifies all stakeholders ...

From the chairman’s desk: Manufacturing in South Africa
19 July 2017, AREI, This Week's Editor's Pick

Warren Muir reflects on his attendance at the 2017 Manufacturing Indaba, and how it fits in with arei’s plans for the South African electronics industry.

SA antennas used in major European tunnel project
19 July 2017, Poynting Antennas

The Gotthard Base Tunnel, the world’s longest and deepest train tunnel through the Swiss Alps, makes exclusive use of technology from Poynting Antennas to ensure a seamless digital communication service underground over a route length of more than 57 km.

Training structure the key to successful content
19 July 2017, This Week's Editor's Pick

The structure and assessment of training programmes are just as important as their content when it comes to up-skilling production staff, explains Bob Willis.

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