NI LabVIEW is a development environment optimised for engineers and scientists creating test, measurement and control applications.
With MATLAB Release 2015a, enhancements to signal processing and wireless communications products make it easy to analyse signals. Users can perform antenna-to-bits simulation, over-the-air testing and smart RF design, as well as develop real-time DSP algorithms for streaming audio devices and smart sensors.
The material used in a connector design significantly impacts its overall performance. Bob Stanton, technology director at Omnetics Connector Corp, takes a look at how insulator materials affect connectors at work.
RECOM's DIN rail power supply, the REDIN series with 45 and 60 W power, is available with standard output voltages of 12 and 24 VDC, adjustable by a front cover potentiometer.
University of Illinois researchers have developed heat-triggered self-destructing electronic devices, a step towards greatly reducing electronic waste and boosting sustainability in device manufacturing.
Analog Devices has launched the ADALM1000, a learning ecosystem for mixed-signal circuit designs. The product is suitable for teachers, students, electronic design engineers, hobbyists and makers that can benefit from a portable source measure unit that works by streaming to a desktop computer or laptop.
Canberra start-up Reposit Power has locked in a contract that will see Tesla batteries sold with Reposit's technology installed in them.
Toshiba has launched the TB9051FTG, a small-sized motor driver IC for DC brushed motors intended for automotive electronic throttle control.
A new programming approach developed by MIT engineers gives robots more 'cognitive' capabilities, enabling humans to specify high-level goals, while a robot performs high-level decision-making to figure out how to achieve these goals.
Renesas Electronics has announced the CC-RL C compiler for the RL78 family of 16-bit microcontrollers (MCUs). The compiler achieves increased processing performance to respond to industry needs for high performance and low power consumption in home appliances and industrial and automotive systems.
Composite materials used in aircraft wings and fuselages are typically manufactured in large, industrial-sized ovens - multiple polymer layers are blasted with temperatures up to 399°C and solidified to form a solid, resilient material.