New isolated DC-to-DC converters for consumer, industrial and IoT applications
Electronics World
by SJ
15h ago
CUI has launched two new chassis mount DC-to-DC converters for consumer, industrial and IoT applications. The converters are available in two options: the PST50W series with a 50 W power isolated output and the PST75W series with a 75 W power isolated output. Both DC-to-DC converters offer 4200 Vdc isolation and an 8:1 input range (9.5 ~ 75), and are available in open-frame and enclosed versions with options for 12, 15, 24, and 28 output voltage. Housed in a chassis mount package, the products have an extended operating temperature range of -40 up to +105°C and feature short circuit, over curr ..read more
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Five ways to improve your radio test program
Electronics World
by SJ
1d ago
As one of the last steps before hitting the market, radio test programs are critical – and often complicated. This final phase is often characterized by last-minute changes, delays, and expensive re-testing – but it doesn’t have to be. By considering your product configuration, testing needs, and compliance requirements ahead of time, there are steps you can take to mitigate risk, improve your radio test program, and move to market faster. Do you have special hardware or software requirements? Often when designing the product and writing the software, consideration is not given to the test mod ..read more
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Understanding the thermal loop
Electronics World
by SJ
4d ago
Heat treatment processes are a crucial component of many manufacturing processes, but precise control of temperature requires more than just heating control. This is where the thermal loop comes into play. Thermal loop solutions have become increasingly popular for achieving improved temperature control and consistent outcomes, but what exactly does the thermal loop mean? In this article, Andy Selvy, chief system designer at industrial technology company Watlow, offers his insight.  A thermal loop is a system designed to precisely control the temperature of an object, fluid or gas. It com ..read more
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VIAVI Joins the OpenAirInterface Software Alliance as a strategic member
Electronics World
by SJ
4d ago
Viavi Solutions has joined the Strategic Board of the OpenAirInterface Software Alliance (OSA). VIAVI participation adds a test equipment provider to the OSA board and opens a new chapter in the relationship that OSA maintains with the O-RAN ALLIANCE and the open RAN stakeholders. This also marks a significant milestone in advancing open-source initiatives within the telecommunications industry. OpenAirInterface (OAI), known for its pioneering efforts in open-source software for 4G and 5G networks has recently assumed a key role in the path towards multivendor open RAN solutions by providing i ..read more
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Maintaining connectivity with load-bank tested backup batteries
Electronics World
by SJ
6d ago
Few sectors play a more crucial role in daily life than telecommunications. Allowing us to stay connected to people, businesses and public services, keeping telecom services online is vital. But maintaining power to base stations, particularly those in rural areas, can be challenging. In this article, Andrew Keith, director of load bank manufacturer Power Prove, explores how telecom batteries ensure connectivity, and the importance of regularly testing them. As we move into the colder months, the weather can wreak havoc on our power services. Although designed to withstand wintery conditions ..read more
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Syntiant unveils NDP250 neural decision processor with next-gen core 3 architecture
Electronics World
by SJ
6d ago
Syntiant has introduced its Syntiant NDP250 Neural Decision Processor (NDP), the company’s most powerful chip that delivers 5x the tensor throughput than its previous generation of deep learning hardware. Built using the Syntiant Core 3 programmable deep learning architecture, the NDP250 is designed for numerous imaging, speech and sensor applications in power-constrained devices, such as person detection, object classification, automatic speech recognition (ASR), text to speech (TTS) and motion tracking, among others. “Our NDP250 builds on two generations of neural network architectures to de ..read more
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RS helps propel offshore wind farm initiative in education sector
Electronics World
by SJ
1w ago
RS has pledged support to help Kinewell Energy deliver a schools-friendly version of its state-of-the-art AI-based software KLOC – which automates the cable layout design of new offshore wind farms – to inspire students in STEM based subjects and for careers in the AI, digital technologies, and net-zero transition sectors. KLOC (Kinewell Layout Optimisation of Cable) is Kinewell’s flagship product that enhances engineering productivity and delivers lower cost offshore wind designs, by optimising the ‘dot-to-dot’ cable layout, linking the turbines to the offshore substation in the most economic ..read more
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Partners join forces on energy-efficient, security-enhanced SoC with PUF-based Root of Trust
Electronics World
by SJ
1w ago
Ambiq, a developer of ultra-low power semiconductors, and PUFsecurity, a subsidiary of eMemory dedicated to innovating PUF-based security IP solutions, are collaborating on Ambiq’s latest Apollo510 integrated with PUFsecurity’s PUF-based Root of Trust IP, PUFrt. The Apollo510, the next-generation Apollo SoC, pairs vector acceleration with high-level power efficiency and security to enable most AI inferencing on-device without a dedicated NPU. Built on Ambiq’s subthreshold power optimisation technology (SPOT) platform, the Apollo510 SoC provides exceptional energy consumption and compute perfor ..read more
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Semidynamics announces all-in-one AI IP for next-generation AI chips
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by SJ
1w ago
Semidynamics, the European RISC-V custom core AI specialist, has announced its ‘All-In-One AI’ IP that is designed for super powerful, next generation AI chips and algorithms such as transformers. Currently, AI chip designers use the approach of integrating separate IP blocks next to the system CPU to handle the ever-increasing demands of AI. Semidynamics has taken a revolutionary approach of a unified solution combining RISC-V, vector, tensor and Gazzillion technology so that AI chips are now easy to program and scale to whatever processing power is required. The data volume and processing de ..read more
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SureCore announces low-power memory compiler for 16nm FinFET
Electronics World
by SJ
2w ago
The mature FinFET nodes are rapidly becoming an interesting option for companies focused on low power applications like wearables, IoT and medical. With an attractive combination of performance, density and yield, these nodes can deliver some very compelling trade-offs, in particular cutting operating voltages to deliver substantial power savings whilst still delivering the requisite performance metrics. With 16nm now having been in production for over ten years, not only have the foundries ironed out manufacturing issues, but the tooling is now also largely depreciated meaning that a technolo ..read more
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