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  • Tiny board to board connector carries 5A plus signals (ElectronicsWeekly)
    <p>Hirose has developed a low-profile flexi to PBC connector that can handle 5A power connections and 300mA signals. Called BM57, the series has 0.3mm pitch, 0.6mm stacking height and is 1.9mm wide. It has guidance ribs intended to smooth mating, and a self-alignment range of ±0.22mm in the pitch direction and ±0.3mm across the width. ...</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="
  • Get Mannerisms, Gadget Master, the Daily and the Weekly, in newsletter form (ElectronicsWeekly)
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  • Homebrew loop gain test transformer (EDN News)
    <p>You can purchase test equipment that will allow you to examine the loop gain and loop phase properties of an operating feedback loop and, that purchased equipment will deliver useful results over a very wide range of frequencies. However, the feedback loops in the power supplies I&#8217;ve encountered only needed to be characterized over fairly limited frequency ranges. That being the case, going &#8220;homebrew&#8221; with some low-cost components worked out quite well.</p> <p>Loop gain and ...
  • Teensy-LC and big reaction wheel keeps tightrope walker in balance (ElectronicsWeekly)
    <p>Need some help with tightrope walking? Fancy using an MCU-based system? Well, pop this little device (!) on your back and you'll be underway...</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="">Teensy-LC and big reaction wheel keeps tightrope walker in balance</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="">Electronics Weekly</a>.</p>...
  • EM simulator broadens antenna capabilities (EDN News)
    <p>The updated schematic editor within Remcom’s XFdtd 3D EM simulation software now supports diplex matched antennas. It also features new efficiencies to streamline antenna design workflows and shorten design cycles.</p> <p><img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-4485449" src="" alt="" width="800" height="376" srcset=" 800w,
  • Xiaomi taps Keysight to accelerate 5G device validation (EDN News)
    <p>Xiaomi has selected Keysight’s 5G device test platform to validate its smartphones in accordance with 5G Release 16 specifications. The world’s third largest smartphone vendor measured by units shipped, Xiaomi chose Keysight 5G test cases to capture early revenue associated with 3GPP Release 16 opportunities. Keysight’s collaborations with major 5G modem platform vendors enable Xiaomi to speed commercial introductions of smartphones that support the latest 5G NR features and specifications.</...
  • Miniature connectors mate with Glenair Mighty Mouse and Amphenol 2M (ElectronicsWeekly)
    <p>TopFlite &#8216;M&#38;M Connector&#8217; series provides &#8220;100% intermateability with existing micro-miniature connectors in the market, including Glenair Mighty Mouse and Amphenol 2M&#8221;, according to the Florida company, and &#8220;offer performance and durability comparable with MIL-DTL D38999 connectors in a miniature package&#8221;. It has six different coupling styles with contact options including crimp, solder and printed circuit ...</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="htt...
  • The Trials Of Group Decision-Making (ElectronicsWeekly)
    <p>In his book High Output Management, Andy Grove quoted, approvingly, a remark about group decision-making made by Alfred Sloan &#8211; the famous president, CEO and  chairman of General Motors over 30 years spanning the 30s, 40s and 50s. “Group decisions do not always come easily, “ said Sloan, “there is a strong temptation for the ...</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="">The Trials Of Group Decision-Making</a> appear...
  • Component shortages affected Teleste's result (Evertiq)
    “Orders received and net sales in the second quarter increased year-on-year, but the adjusted operating result was significantly lower than in the comparison period,” says Telestes CEO Esa Harju in the quarter report.
  • Five major trends in power supply design for servers (EDN News)
    <p>Because servers are essential for handling data communications, the server industry has grown exponentially in parallel with the Internet. Although server units were originally based on a PC architecture, a server system must be able to handle the increasing number and complexity of network hosts.</p> <p><strong>Figure 1</strong> shows a typical rack server system in a data center and a block diagram of a server system. Power supply units (PSUs) are at the heart of a server system and require...
  • onsemi opens expanded SiC facility in New Hampshire (Evertiq)
    The newly inaugurated site will increase the company’s SiC boule production capacity by five times year-over-year and almost quadruple the number of its employees in Hudson, New Hampshire by the end of 2022.
  • Most Read articles – AP market, MacBook Air M2, IC evolution (ElectronicsWeekly)
    <p>There's the growing applications processor market, a resignation from the board at SMIC, cloud computing, a teardown of the Apple M2-powered MacBook Air, and a look ahead to the next 20 years of IC evolution...</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="">Most Read articles &#8211; AP market, MacBook Air M2, IC evolution</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" hr...
  • FREYR Battery expands and opens shop in Japan (Evertiq)
    The Battery company opens its first Asian location thus gaining access to extensive clean battery resources and expertise.
  • 2.5A industrial photo-coupler gate driver has 250ns maximum delay (ElectronicsWeekly)
    <p>Toshiba has released a ±2.5A output IGBT gate driving photo-coupler with and isolated fault feedback, that can also drive mosfet gates. Called TLP5212, it &#8220;features a new totem pole output with two n-channel mosfets,&#8221; according to the company. &#8220;In addition, the photocoupler incorporates de-saturation detection, active Miller clamp, under-voltage lock-out, soft gate turn-off and a ...</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="
  • China says US CHIPS Act is a threat to trade (Evertiq)
    China has criticised the new US law aimed at encouraging domestic chip production and ultimately reducing reliance on Asian production – something that China sees as a threat to trade and also an attack on Chinese business.
  • RS to acquire Risoul for $275 million (Evertiq)
    RS Group announces that it has entered into an agreement to acquire Risoul y Cia, S.A. de C.V. (Risoul), a family-owned distributor of industrial and automation product and service solutions in Mexico, for a cash consideration of USD 275 million.
  • SMIC Q2 profit down 25% (ElectronicsWeekly)
    <p>SMIC’s Q2 profit of $514 million was down 25% y-o-y thanks to a slow-down at its fabs due to Covid. Q2 revenue was up 42% y-o-y at $1.9 billion boosted by sales for chips for smart home applications. Q2 capacity utilisation dropped to 97% from more than 100% in Q2 2021. Q2 capex was $1.6 billion and ...</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="">SMIC Q2 profit down 25%</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="h...
  • Intel said to be close to $5 billion Italian deal (Evertiq)
    Intel is reportedly closing in on completing a deal to build a semiconductor packaging and assembly plant in Italy – a deal worth an initial USD 5 billion.
  • ICAPE Group opens new logistics centre in France (Evertiq)
    PCB supplier ICAPE Group continues to grow, and the French company is expanding with a new logistics centre in France.
  • Samsung heir pardoned (ElectronicsWeekly)
    <p>The heir to Samsung, vice chairman Jay Y Lee (pictured), has been pardoned for trying to bribe a South Korea president.- He is the grandson of Samsung’s founder  Lee Byung-chul and son of Lee Kun-Hee who was chairman if Samsung until his death in 2020, since when the chairmanship has been left vacant. It is ...</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="">Samsung heir pardoned</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" hr...
  • Siemens Digital joins RAMP (ElectronicsWeekly)
    <p>Siemens Digital Industries Software is to participate in the Rapid Assured Microelectronics Prototypes (RAMP) Phase II initiative. RAMP is a programme established by the US Department of Defense (DoD) to develop secure design and prototyping capabilities to demonstrate how the DoD can securely leverage state-of-the-art microelectronics technologies without depending on a closed-security architecture fabrication process ...</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.electronicsweekly....
  • Siemens and MAHLE team up on wireless charging of EVs (Evertiq)
    The two companies intend to work together to close gaps in the standardisation of inductive charging systems. Plans include technical collaboration and joint interoperability tests.
  • MicroFab acquired by Naprotek (Evertiq)
    Naprotek, a provider quick-turn electronics manufacturing, has completed the acquisition of MicroFab, a privately held company in Manchester, New Hampshire.
  • Ferrotec breaks ground on new factory in Malaysia (Evertiq)
    Work begins on a new facility aimed at expanding the company's position as a supplier of materials to the semiconductor manufacturing equipment industry.
  • Simple, high accuracy/precision/resolution frequency counter (EDN News)
    <p>In my previous design idea, a design for a <a href="" data-wpel-link="internal">simple GPS disciplined oscillator (GPSDO) 10 MHz reference</a> was presented. A note at the end of that article describes the realization that a frequency counter could be derived by simple changes to the circuit. This article follows up by presenting a simple circuit for a frequency counter derived from the GPSDO schematic.</p> <p style="te...
  • Software development model for the ISO/SAE 21434 standard (EDN News)
    <p>In the functional safety world, once a system is developed, it remains protected as long as the system is in service. In contrast, the security world demands that software must continue to defend a system against constantly evolving methods of attack long after a product is released. With the explosion in demand for in-vehicle connectivity, non-critical systems such as entertainment now share the same communications infrastructure as critical steering, braking and control systems, driving aut...
  • Peeking inside an HDD (EDN News)
    <p>I’ve expressed no shortage of admiration in past writeups (stretching back…oh…<a href="" data-wpel-link="internal">a quarter century or so</a>…) for the flash memory industry’s incremental cost, capacity, performance and reliability accomplishments over the years. I suppose I’m (more than) a bit biased because my post-college (not including during-college-co-op) engineering “origin story” involves eight years with Intel as an app...
  • ISO/SAE 21434: Software certification for automotive cybersecurity (EDN News)
    <p>Automotive embedded applications have traditionally been isolated, static, fixed-function and device-specific implementations, and development practices and processes have relied on that status. But the explosion in demand for connectivity now sees non-critical systems such as entertainment systems sharing the same communications infrastructure as steering, braking, and control systems. These changes bring the potential for safety and economic risks resulting from cyberattacks, but standards ...
  • Interposer accommodates PCIe 5.0 traffic (EDN News)
    <p>Teledyne Lecroy’s PCIe 5.0 Mini Cool Edge IO (MCIO) interposer works with its Summit family of protocol analyzers to capture and decode PCIe 5.0 traffic. The interposer enables engineers to test products that incorporate card edge connectors or cabled connector assemblies that employ the MCIO mechanical connector with PCIe 5.0, NVM Express, or Compute Express Link technologies. As a CrossSync PHY-enabled interposer, it allows the debugging of enhanced power management and link training equali...
  • DPU storage accelerator handles 200 Gbps (EDN News)
    <p>Panther III, a DPU storage accelerator from MaxLinear, brings 200-Gbps throughput with ultra-low latency to enterprise and hyperscale data centers. With its 16-nm DPU architecture, Panther III also provides 12:1 data reduction, encryption, deduplication, and data protection.</p> <p><img loading="lazy" class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-4485318" src="" alt="" width="700" height="471" srcset="