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Wits researchers make breakthrough in quantum electronics
31 January 2017, News, Electronics Technology

The group, headed by Professor Somnath Bhattacharyya, has been working for the past 10 years on developing carbon-based nanoelectronic devices.

Copper crisis looms for the PCB industry
EMP 2017 Electronics Manufacturing & Production Handbook, Cirtech EDA, News, Manufacturing / Production Technology, Hardware & Services

A cold war over copper foil is being fought in China, with printed circuit board laminate producers losing out to electric vehicle battery manufacturers.

Advice for local manufacturers to thrive
EMP 2017 Electronics Manufacturing & Production Handbook, Grand Tellumat Manufacturing, Manufacturing / Production Technology, Hardware & Services

Duncan Pollock, business development manager at Grand Tellumat Manufacturing, shares his thoughts on how the local electronics manufacturing industry can prosper.

Contactless fingerprint sensing technology developed at CSIR
9 November 2016, News, Electronics Technology

The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) has developed a new-generation fingerprinting sensing technology using high-speed, large-volume optical coherence tomography (OCT). The device ...

Circuit board for CERN made in SA
9 November 2016, News

The 16-layer board, designed for the upgrade of the electronics of the ATLAS detector at the European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN), was manufactured by TraX Interconnect.

New chairman outlines AREI vision
9 November 2016, AREI, News

Following the recent ratification of a new committee, AREI chairman Warren Muir shares his thoughts on the status and goals of the association.

8- and 16-bit MCUs drive many systems in modern vehicles
9 November 2016, Tempe Technologies, DSP, Micros & Memory

As car manufacturers move to add more intelligence and connectivity into their products, the flexibility of 8 and 16-bit microcontrollers allow them to be adapted for many present and future automotive features.

The real value of IoT is in making our lives better
9 November 2016, RF Design, Telecoms, Datacoms, Wireless

Qorvo’s GM, Cees Links, delves into the bigger issues and hard realities behind the hype that is the Internet of Things.

In memoriam: Andries van Schalkwyk
5 October 2016, Parsec, News

Parsec’s HR manager and director pays tribute to the company’s business development manager, who passed away in early August.

Li-metal battery promises double capacity of Li-ion
5 October 2016, Electronics Technology

SolidEnergy Systems, a company founded in 2012 by MIT alumnus Qichao Hu, is preparing to commercialise a novel rechargeable lithium metal battery that is said to offer double the energy capacity of the ...

It’s the ampere, but not as we know it
5 October 2016, News

In 2018, the ampere is slated to be redefined in terms of a fundamental invariant of nature: the elementary electrical charge (e).

IEEE president talks disruptive innovations during CSIR visit
5 October 2016, News

Professor Barry Shoop believes the speed of technological innovation and the continual expansion of disciplinary knowledge leave little time in the curriculum of engineering students to formally study innovation.

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