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  • PCEA Announces Call for Abstracts for PCB East 2025 (emsnow)
    PEACHTREE CITY, GA  – Abstracts for next year’s PCB East technical conference are due September 6, 2024, the Printed Circuit Engineering Association (PCEA) said today. The conference, the largest of its kind in New England, takes place next spring in the Boston suburbs, and focuses on training and best practices for printed circuit board design engineers, […]
  • Wave raises £4.5m to boost light-based chip production (Evertiq)
    The UK-based firm is working on a scalable process for making on-chip photonics designs for quantum technologies, sensors and data centre applications.
  • ST retains No.1 SiC spot (ElectronicsWeekly)
    ST was the No.1 supplier of SiC devices last year with a 32.6% market share. The top five suppliers took approximately 91.9% of total revenue. onsemi rose from fourth place ... The post ST retains No.1 SiC spot appeared first on Electronics Weekly.
  • Elektra deadline: One month left for Elektra Awards 2024 entries (ElectronicsWeekly)
    There is now less than one month left remaining until the Elektra Awards entry deadline, which is Friday 19 July 2024. Entrants for the Elektra Awards 2024, which are organised ... The post Elektra deadline: One month left for Elektra Awards 2024 entries appeared first on Electronics Weekly.
  • Smiths adds to HF SMT attenuator line (ElectronicsWeekly)
    Smiths Interconnect has added the TSX Wire Bondable Fixed Chip Attenuator Series to its high frequency surface mount chip attenuator product line. The TSX WB2 Series is qualified to MIL-PRF-55342 ... The post Smiths adds to HF SMT attenuator line appeared first on Electronics Weekly.
  • Amphenol RF adds to reverse polarity TNC portfolio (ElectronicsWeekly)
    Amphenol RF has added to its reverse polarity TNC portfolio with additional configurations designed to accommodate micro-coax cable types including 0.81 mm, 1.13 mm, 1.32 mm dual shielded, 1.37 mm ... The post Amphenol RF adds to reverse polarity TNC portfolio appeared first on Electronics Weekly.
  • Jabil Posts Third Quarter Results (emsnow)
    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Jabil Inc. (NYSE: JBL), reported preliminary, unaudited financial results for its third quarter of fiscal year 2024. “It’s clear that Jabil has navigated a period of significant transformation this fiscal year: a year in which we divested our Mobility business, captured growth in the AI datacenter space, and experienced softness across […]
  • Ana Mendoza, organizer of SMTA, speaks in Juárez about the management of 2024 events (emsnow)
    SOURCE: Hecho en Mexico At the meeting of SMTA Ciudad Juárez, we had the opportunity to talk with Ana Mendoza about the current event and about Querétaro. Ana told us that the AI trend has been growing, which is something that had been seen a few months ago. That is to say, we are experiencing […]
  • Omdia research finds weak demand leads to declining quarter for semiconductor market (emsnow)
      LONDON: In the first quarter of 2024, the semiconductor market experienced approximately 2% decline falling to $151.5bn according to Omdia’s new Competitive Landscaping Tool. Typically, the first quarter of the year sees a downturn with the market dropping 4.4% by revenue following a strong fourth quarter being driven by seasonal demand. Most segments within the semiconductor market faced declines […]
  • Mexico Manufacturing Solutions By the Numbers: Labor, Site Selection, Savings (emsnow)
    Significant factors like favorable trade agreements and a close proximity to the U.S. market make Mexico manufacturing an increasingly attractive option for U.S. manufacturers who want to expand their production. However, between factory leases and labor rates, the question is: exactly how much will it cost? SOURCE: IVEMSA Manufacturing in Mexico is already considered a cost-effective option when […]
  • Inside Mexico’s Manufacturing Industry: Adapting to Industry 4.0 with ASMPT’s Ramon Hernandez (emsnow)
    Join the conversation with industry insider Ramon Hernandez from ASMPT and Philip Stoten, as we explore the landscape of Mexico’s electronics manufacturing services sector. From the ASMPT headquarters in Guadalajara, we dissect the impact of global shifts, electoral influences, and the anticipated market resurgence. Ramon provides an insider’s perspective on the region and the strategic […]
  • False News (ElectronicsWeekly)
    TikTok and X are the hardest social media platforms for identifyng whether news content is trustworthy, according to a survey conducted in 47 markets for the Reuters Institute Digital News ... The post False News appeared first on Electronics Weekly.
  • EtherCAT servo motors can be washed down (ElectronicsWeekly)
    Teknic has added an EtherCAT interface to some of its brushless servo motor models, creating the ClearPath-EC range. These come in frame sizes from NEMA 23 to 34 and powers ... The post EtherCAT servo motors can be washed down appeared first on Electronics Weekly.
  • Distributor Mouser Electronics Honoured for Third Consecutive Year with Top Awards from Vishay Intertechnology (emsnow)
    Mouser Electronics, Inc., the industry’s leading New Product Introduction (NPI) distributor with the widest selection of semiconductors and electronic components™, today announced that it has received two major distribution awards from Vishay Intertechnology, Inc., a valued partner and leading manufacturer of electronic components. Vishay named Mouser its 2023 High Service (Catalog) Distributor of the Year and 2023 […]
  • Machine Learning in the EMS Industry: Leading a Profound Industrial Revolution Introduction (emsnow)
    In the Electronic Manufacturing Services (EMS) industry, the introduction of machine learning technology signifies a profound industrial revolution. This advanced technology is not merely a technological upgrade but profoundly transforming our understanding and operations of manufacturing processes, quality control, and supply chain management. By enhancing production efficiency, reducing operational costs, and boosting product competitiveness, machine […]
  • Fable: The Collector (ElectronicsWeekly)
    364 years ago, a man was born who became a prolific collector. Through his role as a physician he acquired a plethora of objects from plants and animal specimens to ... The post Fable: The Collector appeared first on Electronics Weekly.
  • Magnetic angle sensor has built-in redundancy for ASIL D safety (ElectronicsWeekly)
    TDK is aiming at automotive and industrial 360° magnetic angle sensing in high-reliability systems with a tunnel-magnetoresistance (TMR) IC. TAS8240 is designed to operate next to a rotating magnet and ... The post Magnetic angle sensor has built-in redundancy for ASIL D safety appeared first on Electronics Weekly.
  • Global chip manufacturing to grow by 6% in 2024 (Evertiq)
    New research by SEMI predicts that the global semiconductor manufacturing industry will increase capacity by 6% in 2024 – and 7% next year.
  • Wolfspeed delays Germany site build to mid-2025 (Evertiq)
    The slowdown in demand for EVs strikes again, with US-based SiC specialist Wolfspeed postponing – but not cancelling – the construction of its Saarland facility.
  • onsemi announces $2bn SiC facility in the Czech Republic (Evertiq)
    US chip maker onsemi says the planned expansion will produce power semiconductors designed to improve the energy efficiency of applications in electric vehicles, renewable energy and AI data centres.
  • Solar day-lamp with active MPPT and no ballast resistors (EDN News)
    A solar day lamp design with active MPPT, a high voltage, constant-current LED drive, and no ballast resistors. The post Solar day-lamp with active MPPT and no ballast resistors appeared first on EDN.
  • What caught your eye this week? (Intel3, foundries, ThrombUS+, VLEO) (ElectronicsWeekly)
    We're talking foundry capacity, the Intel3 process, detecting deep vein thrombosis, and Redwire making further inroads into VLEO... The post What caught your eye this week? (Intel3, foundries, ThrombUS+, VLEO) appeared first on Electronics Weekly.
  • AWS Summit: Cloud-based software-defined vehicle design (ElectronicsWeekly)
    Renesas and partners have collected together hardware, operating systems, software and design tools needed to develop the electronics in a software-defined vehicle. Branded ‘R-Car Open Access’ and ‘RoX’, with it ... The post AWS Summit: Cloud-based software-defined vehicle design appeared first on Electronics Weekly.
  • Fujifilm completes construction of Pyeongtaek plant (Evertiq)
    The new factory will produce colour filter materials for image sensors, and is scheduled to be operational by the end of 2024.
  • Nvidia introduces automative virtual sensor suite (Evertiq)
    The world's leading chip designer Nvidia has unveiled the Omniverse Cloud Sensor RTX, which will help EV makers to develop simulated sensors in the lab.
  • SMTA Releases List of Accepted Presentations for SMTA International October 21-24 (emsnow)
    The SMTA International Technical Advisory Committee has released the accepted presentations for 2024 conference. Presentations highlight cutting-edge research and practical solutions in areas such as additive electronics, advanced packaging methodologies, manufacturing technologies, low-temperature solder advancements, reliability, sustainable manufacturing processes, and innovative inspection techniques. October 21 – 24, 2024 Donald E. Stephens Convention Center | Rosemont, […]
  • Global Semiconductor Fab Capacity Projected to Expand 6% in 2024 and 7% in 2025, SEMI Reports (emsnow)
    MILPITAS, Calif. – To keep pace with unremitting growth in demand for chips, the global semiconductor manufacturing industry is expected to increase capacity by 6% in 2024 and post a 7% gain in 2025, reaching a record capacity high of 33.7 million wafers per month (wpm: 8-inch equivalent), SEMI announced today in its latest quarterly World Fab […]
  • Overcoming V2G implementation challenges (EDN News)
    V2G can revolutionize automotive/energy industries but the existence of multiple V2G architectures requires effort for standards compliance. The post Overcoming V2G implementation challenges appeared first on EDN.
  • The advent of all-solid-state battery for wearables (EDN News)
    A new battery material breakthrough at TDK could now pave the way for the widespread adoption of solid-state technology. The post The advent of all-solid-state battery for wearables appeared first on EDN.
  • Ultra-low distortion oscillator, part 2: the real deal (EDN News)
    A continued exploration of the road towards an audio oscillator with truly low distortion, with a successful outcome. The post Ultra-low distortion oscillator, part 2: the real deal appeared first on EDN.
  • Modern UPSs: Their creative control schemes and power sources (EDN News)
    Lose premises power frequently? Want to keep your computers’ and other devices’ mass storage from getting corrupted? Read on. The post Modern UPSs: Their creative control schemes and power sources appeared first on EDN.
  • Alphawave Semi’s quest for open chiplet ecosystem (EDN News)
    The development of key chiplet building blocks is steadily taking shape, also bolstering its multi-protocol design ecosystem. The post Alphawave Semi’s quest for open chiplet ecosystem appeared first on EDN.
  • What GAA and HBM restrictions mean for South Korea (EDN News)
    Though no final decision has been made yet, it’d be interesting to see how South Korean officials respond to GAA and HBM export restrictions. The post What GAA and HBM restrictions mean for South Korea appeared first on EDN.
  • A look at spot welding (EDN News)
    Spot welds are used in many day-to-day items, but how is it performed? And what are some of the considerations that come with spot welding? The post A look at spot welding appeared first on EDN.
  • GaN power module improves inverter efficiency (EDN News)
    A 650-V GaN intelligent power module (IPM) from TI enables up to 99% inverter efficiency for major home appliances and HVAC systems. The post GaN power module improves inverter efficiency appeared first on EDN.
  • Reference design covers GaN e-mobility charger (EDN News)
    Transphorm has released a 300-W DC/DC GaN-based reference design for 2-wheel and 3-wheel electric vehicle (EV) battery chargers. The post Reference design covers GaN e-mobility charger appeared first on EDN.