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Radiation-tolerant PolarFire FPGA
23 October 2019, Programmable Logic

Developers of spacecraft electronics use radiation-tolerant (RT) field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) to create on-board systems that meet the demanding performance needs of future space missions, survive ...
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Radiation-tolerant PolarFire FPGA
25 November 2019, Programmable Logic

Developers of spacecraft electronics use radiation-tolerant (RT) field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) to create on-board systems that meet the demanding performance needs of future space missions, survive ...
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Design considerations for powering remote Bluetooth beacons
25 November 2019, Power Electronics / Power Management, Editor's Choice

One of the most exciting low-power wireless technologies to emerge in the last couple of years is Bluetooth beacon technology, which involves placing small electronic beacon devices at points of interest that broadcast packets of information via Bluetooth low energy to the smartphones of passers-by.
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Bluetooth 5.0 audio IC and module
25 November 2019, Telecoms, Datacoms, Wireless, IoT

To help Bluetooth speaker and headphone manufacturers maintain product differentiation in the competitive wireless audio market, Microchip Technology released the next generation of its Bluetooth 5.0-qualified ...
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Battery charger for medical and personal electronics
25 November 2019, Power Electronics / Power Management

Texas Instruments introduced a new switching battery charger IC that supports a termination current of 20 mA. Compared to competing devices, which typically support a termination current higher than 60 ...
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BAW-based chips for comms infrastructure
25 November 2019, Telecoms, Datacoms, Wireless, IoT

Texas Instruments debuted new bulk acoustic wave (BAW)-based embedded processing and analog chips for the next generation of connectivity and communications infrastructure. The first two devices developed ...
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Buck converter with lowest quiescent current
25 November 2019, Power Electronics / Power Management

Texas Instruments introduced an ultra-low-power switching regulator with what it claimed as the industry’s lowest operating quiescent current (IQ) at 60 nA. The TPS62840 synchronous step-down converter ...
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Solderless robotics kit for university education
25 November 2019, Computer/Embedded Technology

Texas Instruments introduced the newest addition to the TI Robotics System Learning Kit (TI-RSLK) family, the TI-RSLK MAX, a low-cost robotics kit and curriculum that is simple to build, code and test. ...
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Battery design trends for IoT
23 October 2019, Power Electronics / Power Management

Ultimately, the choice of battery for any application in the Internet of Things will depend on the power profile of the application, in combination with any environmental factors such as temperature.
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Four approaches to implement a wearable sensor hub
23 October 2019, DSP, Micros & Memory

As more sensors are added to nearly every electronic device including smartphones, tablets and wearables, more power is needed to run sensor data and turn it into useful information. Data retrieved from ...
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5 Watt AC-DC converter
23 October 2019, Power Electronics / Power Management

Aimtec’s new AMEL5-277NZ is an AC-DC converter which has been designed to offer greater economies of scale due to greater production automation, leading to improved reliability and performance. The product ...
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USB Type-C power controllers
23 October 2019, Power Electronics / Power Management

Microchip announced two new solutions that simplify USB Type-C PD (Powered Device) designs to remove the traditional complexity and high costs associated with implementing USB Type-C in a range of applications.  ...
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