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Wits researchers make carbon nanotube discovery
13 June 2018, Electronics Technology

Researchers at the University of the Witwatersrand (Wits) have found ways to control the spin transport in networks of the smallest electrical conductor known to man.

AAD and Resolution Circle upskill students
13 June 2018, Arrow Altech Distribution (AAD), News

Arrow Altech Distribution (AAD) and Resolution Circle launched a joint youth skills development programme that shall see 120 student engineers receive in-service training in cellphone screen and battery repairs.

Power efficiency boosted by Sic and GaN technologies
13 June 2018, Arrow Altech Distribution (AAD), Power Electronics / Power Management

Texas Instruments’ Sameer Pendharkar looks at how silicon is being superseded when it comes to power supply efficiency.

Why do old Li-ion batteries take so long to charge?
13 June 2018, Uniross Batteries, Power Electronics / Power Management

Battery users often ask: “Why does an old Li-ion lake so long to charge?” Indeed, when Li-ion gets older, the battery takes its time to charge even if there is little to fill. We call this the ‘old-man ...

Official send-off for SA satellite
16 May 2018, News

The primary mission objective of ZACUBE-2 is to demonstrate vessel-tracking services in the South African Exclusive Economic Zone.

Navigating a way through GNSS
16 May 2018, Arrow Altech Distribution (AAD), Telecoms, Datacoms, Wireless

Having four major satellite navigation systems available worldwide is a big step forward for global navigational satellite systems.

An invisible war waged over electromagnetic spectrum
16 May 2018, News

Electronic warfare “deals with the exploitation of the electromagnetic spectrum to the maximum benefit of oneself and one’s allies and to the maximum detriment of one’s adversaries.”

How the aerospace and defence sector is shaping the modern world
16 May 2018, TRX Electronics, News

What was once intended for use in national defence may now be found in every home (think virus protection software or data encryption).

UCT fund helps engineering student beat the odds
18 April 2018, News

Last year the fund assisted 76 engineering students with their individual needs, at a cost of R383 000.

The rise of edge computing
18 April 2018, TRX Electronics, Computer/Embedded Technology

Edge computing in relation to IoT is opening up new opportunities for embedded designers.

Embedded deep learning framework for FPGAs
18 April 2018, ASIC Design Services, Programmable Logic

ASIC Design Services has developed a scalable and flexible embedded deep learning solution that allows for the implementation of a wide range of convolutional neural networks on FPGAs.

Smart grid management system developed by Cape Town company
18 April 2018, Arrow Altech Distribution (AAD), News

Based in Cape Town, CT Lab is a technology company specialising in the monitoring and management of electrical networks in the energy distribution, facility and industrial sectors. The company offers ...

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