Latest Electronic circuit Stories

2011-12-07 22:54:58

Discovery is of a fundamental interest for the development of future electronics A team of scientists, led by Guillaume Gervais from McGill´s Physics Department and Mike Lilly from Sandia National Laboratories, has engineered one of the world's smallest electronic circuits. It is formed by two wires separated by only about 150 atoms or 15 nanometers (nm). This discovery, published in the journal Nature Nanotechnology, could have a significant effect on the speed and power of the ever...

2011-06-21 19:17:00

In the news release, National Remembers Legendary Analog Expert Bob Pease, issued 21-Jun-2011 by National Semiconductor over PR Newswire, we are advised by the company that the second paragraph, second sentence, should read "There Pease worked on affordable mass-produced op amps using discrete solid-state components" rather than "There Pease designed K2-W, the first affordable mass-produced op amp using discrete solid-state components" as originally issued inadvertently. Also: we are advised...

2011-04-26 11:33:00

NASHUA, N.H., April 26, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- High-reliability flexible circuit board sales for 2011 are taking off at Mass Design Incorporated - much of it from medical device manufacturers that strive to cram more functionality into smaller spaces. "While avionics and defense industry demand for our flexible circuit boards continues to grow; we see record growth of 18% from the medical electronics sector - diagnostic and monitoring equipment, surgical tools and both implantable and...

2010-11-04 07:00:00

IRVINE, Calif., Nov. 4, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Microsemi Corporation (Nasdaq: MSCC), a leading manufacturer of high performance analog-mixed signal integrated circuits, high reliability semiconductors and RF subsystems, announced today that award-winning SmartFusion(TM) intelligent mixed signal FPGAs will be featured at Electronica 2010. Come learn more about award-winning SmartFusion intelligent mixed signal FPGAs at Electronica 2010. SmartFusion FPGAs will...

2009-04-06 09:40:00

The smaller the components in electronic circuits, the more interference-prone they are. If the components are too densely packed, they can interfere with one another. A near-field scanner can accurately detect weak fields and help to protect bank cards against fraud. Their miniature size is their strength "“ and also their weakness. Be it in cell phones, cars or computers, electronic components are getting smaller and smaller and increasingly powerful. The smaller they are, the faster...

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