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Electronics Weekly 05/29/2020 01:30
In the last decade, an exciting dynamic is propelling manufacturing towards 3D printing, or additive manufacturing (AM), writes Bill Davis of Siemens Digital Industries Software, discussing the digital twin. From a machining perspective, additive manufacturing enables designers to consolidate components, leading to less expensive parts, superior reliability, increased durability, and creative design. Also, from a ... This story continues at. Or just read more coverage at.
Electronics Weekly 05/29/2020 01:30
The 10 largest suppliers of analogue ICs collectively accounted for 62% or $34.2 billion of the $55.2 billion analog IC market in 2019. That was an increase of two points from 60% in 2018, according to data compiled and presented in the April Update to the 2020 McClean Report. The update ranked the top semiconductor ... This story continues at. Or just read more coverage at.
Electronics Weekly 05/29/2020 01:01
Globalfoundries has filed papers to officially close its FD-SOI fab in Chengdu, China and lay off its 74 employees. GloFo and the town of Chengdu had a jv to build a $10 billion 300mm fab for 22nm FD-SOI. The plan was to begin production of mainstream process technologies in 2018 and then focus on manufacturing 22FD-SOI, ... This story continues at. Or just read more coverage at.
Electronics Weekly 05/29/2020 01:00
UltraSoC and Canis Automotive Labs are addressing a cybersecurity vulnerability in the automotive industry – the lack of security features within the CAN bus. The bus is commonly used to interconnect in-vehicle systems such as brakes, steering, engine, airbags, door locks, and headlights. The partnership between the two companies will yield hardware-based intrusion detection and mitigation ... This story continues at. Or just read more coverage at.
Electronics Weekly 05/28/2020 09:38
Sandvik makes commercial heating elements from an iron-chromium-aluminium alloy called Kanthal AF, which works up to 1300°C and is intended for use in thing like toasters, hair dryers, heaters and ceramic hobs. To demonstrate this metal wound into porcupine form – elements usually used in hot air guns, radiators and tumble dryers – the company ... This story continues at. Or just read more coverage at.
Electronics Weekly 05/28/2020 08:48
Vishay has improved temperature drift in its TNPU e3 series of precision resistors, and now has ±2 ppm/K ±0.02% devices in 0603, 0805, and 1206 surface-mount sizes. “This combination makes the AEC Q200 qualified resistors perfectly suited for applications such as operational amplifier circuits and sensors for test and measurement, automotive, industrial, medical, and telecommunications equipment,” according ... This story continues at. Or just read more coverage at.
Electronics Weekly 05/28/2020 07:25
Analog devices is aiming at industrial control with a four-channel I-O integrated circuit. Control is though a four-wire digital interface to a host controller that clocks at up to 24MHz and is compatible with SPI, QSPI, Microwire and other protocols. Each of the four channels on the other side of the chip can be software-configures as: ... This story continues at. Or just read more coverage at.
Electronics Weekly 05/28/2020 05:51
The British Standards Institution has published initial safe working guidelines to help businesses manage a safe return to work and re-occupation of their facilities. To allow for continual improvement, the guidelines will be updated as the business community learns more about safe working and government requirements evolve. “Version 1 of the guidelines is available for immediate ... This story continues at. Or just read more coverage at.
Electronics Weekly 05/28/2020 01:30
The US Entity List of black-listed Chinese organisations has received another 33 members to add to the 28 companies and institutions put on the list last October. Being on the list means that a US potential supplier to an Entity List member has to get a licence from the US government to do the supply ... This story continues at. Or just read more coverage at.
Electronics Weekly 05/28/2020 01:26
DARPA has announced two research teams to address its Automatic Implementation of Secure Silicon (AISS) programme. They are: Synopsys, Arm, Boeing, Florida Institute for Cybersecurity Research at the University of Florida, Texas A&M University, UltraSoC, and University of California, San Diego Northrop Grumman, IBM, University of Arkansas, and University of Florida AISS aims to automate ... This story continues at. Or just read more coverage at.
Electronics Weekly 05/28/2020 01:06
Lattice Semiconductor and Etron Technology have brought out a memory controller reference design for Etron’s low pin-count RPC DRAM to enable low power Edge AI and video processing in applications requiring a compact form factor. A low power ECP5 FPGA from Lattice provides processing for the AI or smart vision workload and serves as the memory controller ... This story continues at. Or just read more coverage at.
Electronics Weekly 05/28/2020 01:01
Under the theme "Innovative Devices for a Better Future," the 66th annual IEEE International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM), to be held December 12–16, 2020 at the Hilton San Francisco Union Square hotel, has issued a Call for Papers seeking the world’s best original work in all areas of microelectronics research and development.
Electronics Weekly 05/27/2020 10:44
Nexperia has introduced 120V silicon germanium (SiGe) rectifier diodes “with reverse voltages that combine the high efficiency of their Schottky counterparts with the thermal stability of fast-recovery diodes”, according to the company. “Design engineers can rely on an extended safe-operating area with no thermal runaway up to 175°C.” 150V and 200V parts are in the ... This story continues at. Or just read more coverage at.
Electronics Weekly 05/27/2020 07:40
PA Consulting’s Raspberry Pi Competition awards took place virtually this year, due to the pandemic. It was a strange irony of the times, as this year’s theme addressed ‘creating the sustainable city of the future using a Raspberry Pi’. The annual competition, now in its eighth year, challenges primary, secondary and college students across the ... This story continues at. Or just read more coverage at.
Electronics Weekly 05/27/2020 04:55
Road-side long-range sensors could provide road users in normal vehicles with warnings similar to those available in smart vehicles, according to a research project running in Germany. The concept involves solar-powered road-side units with a mix of radar, optical cameras and infra-red sensors, feeding neural networks and machine learning designed to differentiate between pedestrians, cars, ... This story continues at. Or just read more coverage at.
Electronics Weekly 05/27/2020 01:30
Infineon has sold 55 million new shares at €19.30 a share to raise €1.06 billion. After deducting commissions and expenses the funds will be used to repay a part of the acquisition financing provided by banks for the purchase of Cypress. “With the share placement we completed the envisaged equity portion of the overall refinancing ... This story continues at. Or just read more coverage at.
Electronics Weekly 05/27/2020 01:17
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has brought out the beta release of a firmware update featuring a bootloader with USB boot support on the Raspberry Pi 4. The update allows USB boot support, eliminating the need for a microSD card entirely. With the beta firmware, Pi 4 owners can boot operating systems using USB 3.0. Since ... This story continues at. Or just read more coverage at.

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