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DELTA ELETTRONICA SRL, DISTRIBUTORE UFFICIALE PER L’ITALIA, PRESENTA IL NUOVO PARTNER WIRELESS-TAG

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Wireless-Tag è stata fondata nel 2012 con l’obiettivo di innovare il mercato dell’ Internet of things e Machine to Machine.

Wireless-Tag è il principale produttore di moduli wi-fi e soluzioni in ambito IoT-M2M per l’elettronica industriale, tra cui progettazione, sviluppo e gestione della produzione e logistica.

Come società innovatrice nel campo dell’Internet of Things, Wireless-Tag ha guadagnato un’importante reputazione presso tutti i partner globali ed ha una posizione di leadership come fornitore di soluzioni IoT: l’azienda può infatti vantare la fornitura di compagnie come SeeedStudio e CellTec e solidi rapporti di partnership con NXP, Arduino, Lemaker, Neoway, Espressif, ZTE.

La gamma di prodotti e servizi Wireless-Tag è divisa in 4 aree:

  • Progettazione e sviluppo di moduli IoT (WiFi, Bluetooth, LoRa)
  • Progettazione e sviluppo di app (iOS, Android, Arduino)
  • Progettazione sistemi embedded basati su piattaforme ARM e Cortex
  • Servizi di supporto cloud

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Brückewell introduces SiC product series

In the recent decades, the Silicon carbide (SiC), turned out to be an excellent semiconductor material. Composed of carbon and silicon, it has been used in power applications, in which showed excellent performance, far superior to those of silicon.

Significant progress has been made in the field of the semiconductor industry, allowing the development of more and more sophisticated technologies for silicon carbide processing, which have resulted in semiconductor devices with excellent performance.

In facts, those devices have shown a remarkable capacity to reduce losses and a high switching speed in comparison to that offered by silicon. The use of silicon carbide (SiC) as a semiconductor begins to expand into multiple applications and is increasingly becoming the most suitable candidate to replace silicon in applications such as automotive and E-Bike motor control.

For these reasons, Bruckewell Semi decided to launch the production of the SiC Products, including the SiC Schottky Diode and SiC MOSFET, support the 650V to 1200V, and give the opportunity to its customers to take advantage of the benefits of SiC high-voltage power applications.

 

Find more on http://www.bruckewell-semi.com/index.html

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Raystar Product Introduction – 0.91 inch OLED REX012832F

RAYSTAR REX012832F is a popular small OLED display which is made of 128×32 pixels, diagonal size 0.91 inch, it’s very suitable for wearable device. The REX012832F has the same mechanical dimension as REX012832D but having different pin assignment and supports different interface. REX012832F module is built in with SSD1306BZ controller IC; it supports I2C interface and having 14 pins FPC pintout. As to the REX012832D module is also built in with SSD1306BZ IC but it communicates via SPI interface and having 15 pins FPC pinout. The standard emitting colors for REX012832F are available in white, sky blue and yellow.

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Fastron News XHBHV – A leaded axial inductor designed to operate at voltage levels up to 400V

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In addition to FASTRON’s standard leaded axial inductors the specialist adds a new ‘high voltage’ leaded axial inductor to the company’s product portfolio. Utilizing a special winding wire and a new coating, the choke can operate at voltage levels up to 400V and can withstand higher peak-voltage. Using a ferrite core the XHBHV choke offers inductance values from 100µH to 6800µH, ± 5% tolerance, maximum DCR from 0.22Ω to 14.16Ω, and current ratings (I1) from 0.22A to 1.76A.

The XHBHV inductors are a supplement to the standard leaded axial inductors for designs which are directly connected to the power line. Major applications for the XHBHV series are suppression of transients as well as EMC filtering in electrical motors and in switching power supplies used in home appliances, industrial, lighting, and automotive applications.

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Electronic News

Teardown: Wireless AC upgrader is a networking oddity

The TEW-820AP is a 5 GHz access point that supports the latest 802.11ac Wi-Fi standard and connects to, and thereby spectrum-upgrades, an existing 2.4 GHz-only router or gateway.

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Einstein paper outlines mass-energy equivalence, November 21, 1905

On this day in tech history, Albert Einstein’s paper “Does the Inertia of a Body Depend Upon Its Energy Content?” was published, becoming the fourth paper in his 1905 “extraordinary year” of scientific discovery.

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Einstein paper outlines mass-energy equivalence, November 21, 1905

On this day in tech history, Albert Einstein’s paper “Does the Inertia of a Body Depend Upon Its Energy Content?” was published, becoming the fourth paper in his 1905 “extraordinary year” of scientific discovery.

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Bluetooth 5: More speeds, more range, new RF tests

Bluetooth keeps evolving as new applications for the wireless technology arise. Bluetooth 5 adds features that will appeal to designers of IoT devices that need low power and longer range, but don’t need high data rates. The new data rates mean new tests.

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Where 5G development begins: National Instruments 5G lab

I was so fortunate to be able to visit National Instruments (NI) 5G lab in Austin, TX. Sarah Yost, Product Marketing Manager for Wireless Communications at NI, was my guide.

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5G: It’s the use cases, dummy

Is 5G real? No. Will it be soon? There are a few $trillion reasons why a lot of people want it to be.

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The Twisted Future of Optical Signal Modulation

A new optical modulation scheme that twists light into different states of orbital angular momentum could change fiber optics and wireless point-to-point data transmission.

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A lifetime designing PCBs: Merging design and fabrication

Have you ever wanted to take a sharp (or blunt) object to your CAD system?

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China launches 1st Shenzhou spacecraft, November 19, 1999

On this day in tech history, China took a big step forward toward becoming the third country in the world to have independent human spaceflight capability, launching its first Shenzhou spacecraft.

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Microsoft ships Windows 1.0, November 20, 1985

On this day in tech history, Microsoft shipped Windows 1.0, a then new operating system.

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