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  • Neural processor-based Mini PCIe board debuts (EDN News)
    <p>BrainChip is taking orders for the first commercially available Mini PCIe board powered by its Akida AKD1000 neural networking processor. The production-ready chip provides high-speed neuromorphic processing of sensor data with very low power consumption. It also enables AI training and learning on the device itself without dependency on the cloud.</p> <p><img loading="lazy" class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-4481698" src="
  • Open-source PCB design tools get major update (EDN News)
    <p>KiCad 6.0 open-source EDA software for schematic capture and PCB layout adds hundreds of new features, enhancements, and bug fixes. A refreshed user interface makes the visual design language, hotkeys, dialog layouts, and editing workflows consistent so that it no longer feels like you are using two different tools when switching between the schematic and PCB editors.</p> <p><img loading="lazy" class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-4481692" src="
  • Sense turbidity through a Click board (ElectronicsWeekly)
    <p>MikroElektronika has introduced a sensor and interface board for measuring turbidity &#8211; the cloudiness of a liquid. Turbidity Click Bundle incudes a populated PCB conforming to the company&#8217;s Click interface standard, and Amphenol TSD-10 turbidity sensor, and a 150mm wire with the appropriate connectors on the end. TO get an ide of size, the slotted ...</p> <p>This story continues at <a rel="nofollow" href="
  • Revenue of micro LED large-sized display chips to reach $4.5B in 2026 (Evertiq)
    Micro LED large-sized displays will move towards the home theatre and high-end commercial display markets and the revenue of Micro LED large-sized display chips is estimated to reach USD 54 million in 2022, according to TrendForce’s latest research.
  • Get Mannerisms, Gadget Master, the Daily and the Weekly, in newsletter form (ElectronicsWeekly)
    <p>Let our content come straight to you! Easily digestible newsletter emails straight to your inbox.</p> <p>This story continues at <a rel="nofollow" href="">Get Mannerisms, Gadget Master, the Daily and the Weekly, in newsletter form</a></p> <p>Or just read more coverage at <a rel="nofollow" href="">Electronics Weekly</a></p>
  • Arm releases Morello evaluation board (ElectronicsWeekly)
    <p>Arm has released the Morello evaluation board which is being made available to partners for the first time. The Morello prototype architecture, developed at Arm based on the CHERI technology has been prototyped in a specially designed demonstrator Armv8.2-A SoC. The aim is to prevent memory security breaches in the underlying hardware in future, rather ...</p> <p>This story continues at <a rel="nofollow" href="
  • Hexagonally sectioned EMI shield (EDN News)
    <p>An electromagnetic interference (EMI) shield structure that gets used by being embedded in sheet metal panels and walls is illustrated at the following URL.</p> <p><a href="" data-wpel-link="external" target="_blank" rel="external noopener noreferrer"></a></p> <p>Taking an excerpt from that web page and adding some illustrative sketching of our ow...
  • Browser extension finds CAD models (EDN News)
    <p>SnapEDA launches a Google Chrome extension that locates CAD models on nearly every electronic component distributor website. The browser add-on automatically notifies you when schematic symbols, PCB footprints, and models are available. With a single mouse click, models can be imported to a desktop PCB design tool, right from the distributor’s site.</p> <p><img loading="lazy" class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-4481687" src="
  • Carbon electrode leads to 500Wh/kg lithium-air battery (ElectronicsWeekly)
    <p>The Japanese National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS) and SoftBank have developed a 500Wh/kg lithium-air battery. &#8220;Despite their very high theoretical energy densities, only a small number of lithium-air batteries with high energy densities have actually been fabricated and evaluated,&#8221; according to NIMS. &#8220;This limited success is attributed to the fact that a large proportion by ...</p> <p>This story continues at <a rel="nofollow" href="
  • Four important Wi-Fi design trends worth watching in 2022 (EDN News)
    <p>According to Wi-Fi Alliance, the number of Wi-Fi devices in use will reach nearly 18 billion in 2022. The network of companies that manages the Wi-Fi design ecosystem also forecasts 4.4 billion devices to be shipped this year.</p> <p>For the year 2022, Wi-Fi Alliance has listed four major trends outlined below.</p> <ol> <li><strong>Wi-Fi an IoT building block</strong></li> </ol> <p>Wi-Fi, now widely acknowledged as a foundation technology for the Internet of Things (IoT) applications, is rein...
  • Arnie’s Lament (ElectronicsWeekly)
    <p>Arnie Weinstock, who knew more than most about the industry-government procurement nexus, had a view on it which is still relevant today. ”Historically,our foreign competitors were helped much more than we were, particularly in realizing their international ambitions,” said Weinstock, “this is notably true in the industries with which GEC operates: industries connected with public ...</p> <p>This story continues at <a rel="nofollow" href="
  • OSI Systems bags $5 million order for electronic components (Evertiq)
    OSI Systems' Optoelectronics and Manufacturing division has received an order for approximately USD 5 million to provide electronic components to an unnamed X-ray imaging OEM.
  • Most Read articles – Automotive MCUs, Bitcoin wastage, Semiconductor crash (ElectronicsWeekly)
    <p>There's Virgin Orbit completing its third mission, Infineon’s 28nm Aurix automotive MCUs, a crackdown on Bitcoin mining in China, the (illusory) hopes of building up a national chip industry and predictions of a coming crash for the semiconductor industry...</p> <p>This story continues at <a rel="nofollow" href="">Most Read articles &#8211; Automotive...
  • Intel to build Silicon Heartland (ElectronicsWeekly)
    <p>Intel is to build ‘the largest silicon manufacturing location on the planet’ in Ohio, says CEO Pat Gelsinger (pictured). The initial investment for the two fabs on the 1,000 acre site at New Albany outside Columbus, Ohio is $20 billion and construction is due to start this year. Intel expects the fabs to be running ...</p> <p>This story continues at <a rel="nofollow" href="">Intel to build Silicon Heartland<...
  • Intel to invest $20 billion in two new Ohio fabs (Evertiq)
    The US chipmaker announces that it will invest more than USD 20 billion to build two new factories and to establish a new epicenter for advanced chipmaking in the Midwest.
  • A piece of paper knocks the cost out of perovskite solar cell creation (ElectronicsWeekly)
    <p>Italian and Iranian scientists have replaced spin-coating with a simple piece of paper in a process to make perovskite solar cells. Spin coating is much like children&#8217;s spin painting, except that close control of process parameters results in the deposition of a continuous thin even film on the substrate. If aiming to deposit a poly-crystalline ...</p> <p>This story continues at <a rel="nofollow" href="
  • Swedish manufacturer expands in Central Europe (Evertiq)
    Swedish EMS provider Hanza says that it continues to see an increased need for its manufacturing services and has decided to expand its operations in the manufacturing cluster in Central Europe.
  • MixComm and Sanmina to develop 5G mmWave solutions (Evertiq)
    MixComm has selected Advanced Microsystems Technologies, a Sanmina division as its lead partner to productise its 5G wireless infrastructure solutions.
  • Intel's fab 34 gets its first chipmaking tool (Evertiq)
    Intel has started to equip its Fab 34 in Leixlip, Ireland – a USD 7 billion construction project – with its first chipmaking tool.
  • Scanfil expands its German operations by 50% (Evertiq)
    The EMS provider says that it will increase its factory in Wutha-Farnroda in Germany with another 2,200 square metres.
  • Siemens Digital and UMC co-develop BCD PDKs (ElectronicsWeekly)
    <p>Siemens Digital Industries Software and UMC are co-developing PDK’s for the foundry’s 110nm and 170nm BCD procecesses. The PDKs are optimised for Siemens EDA’s Tanner custom design flow software. Siemens’ custom IC design kits built using its Tanner software are now available for UMC’s BCD processes. The foundry’s 110-nm and 180-nm BCD platforms aim to ...</p> <p>This story continues at <a rel="nofollow" href="
  • Semis grow 25% (ElectronicsWeekly)
    <p>Semiconductor revenue increased 25.1% in 2021 to total $583.5 billion, says Gartner. “As the global economy bounced back in 2021, shortages appeared throughout the semiconductor supply chain, particularly in the automotive industry,” said Gartner vo Andrew Norwood, “the resulting combination of strong demand as well as logistics and raw material price increases drove semiconductors’ ASP higher contributing ...</p> <p>This story continues at <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.electronicsweekl...
  • Reuse vs ‘refuse’: A Hoover case study (EDN News)
    <p>I’ve written about the concept of “obsolescence by design”—products that are intentionally rendered prematurely obsolete by their manufacturers through technically unnecessary termination of associated software and/or services support, non-replaceable batteries that inevitably swell after a non-infinite number of recharge cycles, etc.—a lot over the years. But it’s quite another thing when corporate decree dooms something to the trash pile for a policy having absolutely <em>nothing</em> to do...
  • Manz receives equipment order from semiconductor customer (Evertiq)
    Manz receives order from a new customer within the semiconductor industry. The order consists of equipment for Fan-Out Panel Level Packaging in microchip production.
  • Point-of-Load DC-to-DC converters solve voltage accuracy, efficiency, and latency issues (Evertiq)
    Question: Why use point-of-load (POL) power supplies where the DC-to-DC converter is as close as possible to the load?
  • Dukosi partners with GF on battery management silicon (Evertiq)
    Battery Management semiconductor vendor, Dukosi, has partnered with GlobalFoundries to produce feature-rich chips for electric vehicles in the automotive industry.
  • Profile of an oscilloscope performing lab measurements of all kinds (EDN News)
    <p>Many improvements in the <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener external noreferrer" data-wpel-link="external">RTO6 Series</a> from Rohde &amp; Schwarz arose from customer suggestions to make their work easier with the oscilloscope. For a start, the large 15.6-inch high definition (HD) touchscreen and the new graphical user interface maximize the display area for measurement s...
  • Brushed motors: Still a contender after all these years (EDN News)
    <p>The broad world of DC motors is divided into two basic categories: brushed and brushless. The brushed motor has been around “forever” and while billions of such motors in use prove it can work well, it also has many well-known drawbacks. These include brush wear, electrical noise, low-to-moderate efficiency, controllability issues, and more. Despite these shortcomings, brushed motors were widely used, as they were the only DC-motor option in most cases.</p> <p>The motor situation changed seve...
  • Autonomous mobile robot (AMR) design revisited with AI algorithms (EDN News)
    <p>Mobile robot platforms, commonly known as autonomous mobile robots (AMRs), are seen as the next big thing in warehouses and production floors. However, the recent incidents have highlighted the downside regarding their work alongside humans while handling modern logistics.</p> <p>The common modus operandi in AMR design has been centered around spatial adaptations to enable robots to travel on specified paths. Here, optical markings help robots orient themselves around specific paths and inter...
  • Redirecting dynamic indication segment to a separate LED (EDN News)
    <p>Many devices use multi-digit seven-segment LED indicators with dynamic indication. Usually they are connected to the ports of the microcontroller or to specialized driver ICs, such as the MAX7219.</p> <p>Sometimes, in addition to the digital indicator, separate LEDs are required. They can be connected to separate pins of the microcontroller, but you can also save pins. If the digital indicator has segments that are never used (for example, a dot in the rightmost digit), they can be redirected...