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by Macro Sensors

Subsea environments are one of the most difficult areas for any sensor to perform, especially when performance life of as much as 20 years is expected in an underwater application. In subsea environments, seawater depths of 15,000 ft can exert external pressures of approximately 7,500 psi on a sensor...

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by Anritsu Company

As the growth in mobile broadband usage continues to skyrocket, many wireless operators are looking for innovative solutions to increase network capacity without having to acquire additional spectrum...

by Brady Corporation

Brady released its white paper titled “Understanding & Avoiding the Costly Effects of ESD.” The report explains how electrostatic discharge can cause costly failures to printed circuit boards and electronic components, and discusses labeling considerations to reduce this damage...

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by Moor Insights & Strategy

The Internet of Things explosion has led to a severe wireless spectrum shortage, driving researchers to seek new ways to alleviate the bandwidth crunch. Wireless researchers now plan for a 5th generation wireless standard (5G), which is expected to provide a...

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by Nordson MARCH

Nordson MARCH announced that the white paper, Plasma Clean to Reduce Wire Bond Failures, is now available on the Nordson MARCH website at http://bit.ly/PlasmaWP. The article discusses the two areas of wire bonding: the wire bonding process itself (wire bond "statistics") and the long-term reliability of the device...

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by Agilent Technologies

With many groups now beginning to consider the drivers for 5th Generation wireless networks, this timely document includes contributions from 20 IWPC member organizations from around the world and aims to advance certain understandings and concepts for adoption in wireless systems...

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by IT Brief

One in ten people globally are using Wi-Fi at home and work, according to the Wi-Fi Alliance, and this number is continuing to grow. Additionally, according to Cisco’s predictions, mobile data traffic will increase 18-fold between 2011 and 2016...

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A large number of low-power wearable devices such as smart watches, fitness wrist bands and headphones have been introduced to the market. This new familyof electronic products is expected to grow and expand rapidly over the next few years...

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by Intel

Over the past few years, Intel has significantly improved the vector-processing performance of its processors, making them increasingly popular targets for signal and image processing. The Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions (Intel® AVX) 2.0 introduced in the Haswell microarchitecture take these capabilities to a new level, delivering a 2x increase in peak floating-point throughput for an impressive 307 billion floating point operations per second (GFLOPS) at 2.4 GHz in a quad-core 4th generation Intel® Core™ processor.

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by Balluff

In Balluff's new White Paper, Balluff experts explain the three fundamental qualities that determine if RFID systems will perform reliably in demanding production environments. It answers three main questions...                       

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by GORE

Cables are often the last component considered when designing an electronic system. However, cables are really the system’s lifeline — if a cable fails, the entire system can stop functioning. For example, if the cable system used for data transmission in a spacecraft fails, the communication between the...             

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by OMRON

OMRON’s MEMS switch has a SPDT(Single Pole Double Throw) contact configuration. Two MEMS chips that have a SPST (Single Pole Single Throw) contact configuration are installed on the ceramic package using the flip chip bonding method as shown Figure 1.

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The Symmetricom® QUANTUM™ Chip Scale Atomic Clock (SA.45s CSAC) delivers the accuracy and stability of an atomic clock to portable applications for the first time. Atomic clocks have enabled a world where ultra-precise timekeeping is now mandatory for communications, navigation, signal processing and many other applications critical to a modern functioning society.

The next generation of the 802.11 standard – known as IEEE 802.11ac – promises to finally break the wireless Ethernet gigabit barrier. This technology will deliver higher bandwidth while retaining better quality of experience (QoE) for end users, and is expected to be adopted rapidly into all markets: residential, enterprise, carrier and large venue.

Emerson & Cuming Microwave Products announces the release of its newest white paper, “Theory and Application of RF/Microwave Absorbers”. This white paper explores the theory and application of microwave absorbers. Virtually every component of a microwave system uses absorbers. Proper choice of absorber materials is a cost effective way to enhance design.

The performance requirements of new mobile terminals will continue to increase dramatically due to the growing demand for higher data rate applications. To overcome this increased end-user performance requirement, new mobile terminals are being developed utilizing the recent advances in the multi-antenna Multiple-Input-Multiple-Output (MIMO) technique.

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