USB digital audio accessory board for audio and voice device development.
When Curiosity landed on Mars recently it contained OmneticsConnector’s miniature and low-weight nanoconnectors used within two miniature inertial measurement units.
Researchers have recently developed a design that allows electronics to bend and stretch to more than 200% their original size, four times greater than is possible with today’s technology. The key is a combination of a porous polymer and liquid metal.
Based in Mascot, Sydney, On-track Technology provides electronic manufacturing services.
The newest edition of ‘element14 Features’, with solutions and over 15,000 products for industrial manufacturing and robotics, has been announced.
The COM Express Starterkit type 6 from Kontron assists users to develop and evaluate new systems based on COM Express pin-out type 6 computer-on-modules.
The properties of ferroelectric materials are moving scientists closer to realising a new way of electronic memory storage.
Today’s manufacturers are using a mechatronics-based approach to integrate the electronic, mechanical and software components of their increasingly complex products. Digital prototyping allows disparate engineering teams to work from a single digital model, saving time and reducing errors throughout the design process.
Baolab Microsystems has developed a technology to construct nanoscale MEMS (micro electro mechanical systems) within the structure of the actual CMOS wafer itself using standard, high-volume CMOS lines, which is much easier and quicker with fewer process steps than existing MEMS fabrication techniques that build the MEMS on the surface of the wafer.
With Pico-ITX, small form factor (SFF) designers can gain from a standard solution, with which they can develop the smallest embedded devices fast and without having to make user-specific adaptations. There are, however, alternatives.
This article by LX Innovations outlines the process of electronics design and points out some of the various common pitfalls that can be encountered and ways they can be avoided.
A microprocessor-driven robotic concertina, developed at the University of Adelaide and sponsored by NICTA, has won second place in an international technology contest, the Artemis Orchestra competition in Nice, France.
X-On Electronics has been appointed by Mouser as its distributor for Australia.
Steve Adcock, CEO of the Electronics and ICT Association, says the association has appointed its first board of directors. Six directors have been appointed and represent a strategic cross-section of the electronics and ICT industry in addition to academia.
Micrel has launched the MIC2310, a single-FET, constant power-limit hot-plug controller.