Down the road in another plant, crews slice solar cells, place them under glass sheets and create panels that ship by the boxful to Europe. Elsewhere in this town, industrial workshops and laboratories buzz with workers building everything from robots to microprocessors.
A.T. Wall has announced that it will be showcasing a range of precision-drawn, high-quality waveguide tubing at IEEE’s International Microwave Symposium (IMS2013), to be held June 2-7, 2013, in Seattle, Washington.
The March/April issue of Wireless Design and Development contains features on an assortment of topics. Check out our Brainstorm on RF Signal Interference, and or product teardown section – “What Makes it Tick & Talk” – to see the guts of the Surface Pro.
The January/February issue of Wireless Design and Development contains features on an assortment of topics. Check out our Brainstorm on Power Source Design, and or product teardown section – “What Makes it Tick & Talk” – to see the guts of the iPhone 5.
Carlo Gavazzi has launched the DMPU Series Motor Protection System. The DMPU is a modular electronic motor protection relay to control, monitor and protect the performance of 3-phase constant or dual speed, AC induction motors.
M/A-COM Technology Solutions has introduced its series of GaN in Plastic packaged power transistors for high-performance civilian and military radar and communications systems. Scaling to peak pulse power levels of 100W – the highest among competing components in this product category.
Microlithic is a new patent pending breakthrough platform from Marki Microwave that allows us to create mixers with superior performance and a 14x size reduction. The Microlithic Technology Platform consists of a novel material system combined with advanced computer aided design methodology.
Microchip Technology announced from the expansion of its Arduino compatible chipKIT platform ecosystem, with new tools from partners Digilent, the Fair Use Building and Research (FUBAR) Labs, and Schmalz Haus.
RFMW announces design and sales support for TriQuint Semiconductor dual device amplifier model TQP3M9041. Spanning the frequency range of 2.4GHz to 4GHz, this high linearity, ultra-low noise figure LNA offers a 0.8dB noise figure in a balanced configuration at 1.95GHz.
Four young computer hackers who masterminded cyberattacks on targets from the CIA to Sony Pictures and Rupert Murdoch's News International were sentenced to up to 32 months in prison on Thursday. The hackers, who were affiliated with the group Lulz Security, had all pleaded guilty to hacking charges. Prosecutors say they also targeted the websites of Britain's National Health Service and the U.K.'s Serious Organized Crime Agency.
The Financial Times says that several of its blogs and Twitter feeds have been compromised by hackers. The Syrian Electronic Army, a pro-government group which has repeatedly attacked Western media organizations, has claimed responsibility.
In this episode, Joe Zeto, Director of Product Marketing for Ixia, discusses some of the major challenges in regards to network architecture design; prominent security issues associated with wireless networks; and trends he sees occurring within the industry.
Geologists have long used seismology on the bottom of the ocean or have been throwing dynamite from snowmobiles when they look for oil. But now researchers at Centre for integrated petroleum research (CIPR), a joint venture between the University of Bergen (UiB) and Uni Research, have found a new preferred method – using drones to map new oil reserves from the air.
Investors snapped up the stocks of companies that make computer networking gear Thursday after industry leader Cisco Systems Inc.'s latest quarterly earnings raised hope that business is picking up after a long stretch of lackluster demand. Cisco led the rally as its shares surged to their biggest one-day gain in 21 months. The stock had gained $2.59, or more than 12 percent, to $23.80 in afternoon trading.
Dell's financial decay worsened during its latest quarter as the company slashed its personal computer prices in response to the growing popularity of smartphones and tablets.The dismal performance announced Thursday provided the latest evidence of a technological shift that is making it difficult to sell laptop and desktop machines.