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Tracking WiFi signals to passively see through walls

Tracking WiFi signals to passively see through walls
With dedication and a creative approach, University College London (UCL) research is helping to address the world's most urgent problems. Whether designing healthier cities or grappling with issues such as global health and climate change, the challenges of daily life inspire UCL students and academics
30th June 2017

TI Analog Engineer's Pocket Reference Book for sale

TI Analog Engineer's Pocket Reference Book for sale
  Written by op amp experts Art Kay and Tim Green, the Analog Engineer’s Pocket Reference covers a wide variety of popular precision signal chain topics – from op amp bandwidth and stability to analogue-to-digital and digital-to-analogue conversions and more. 
30th June 2017

IDE showcased at Design Automation Conference in Texas

IDE showcased at Design Automation Conference in Texas
  The release of the SoftConsole version 5.1 has been announced by Microsemi Corporation as the world’s first available Windows-hosted Eclipse integrated development environment (IDE) for designs utilising RISC-V open instruction set architectures (ISAs) such as RV32I.
27th June 2017


Facial recognition system developed for smartphones

Facial recognition system developed for smartphones
In recent years Artificial intelligence (AI) has become a technology that global companies are desperately trying to take advantage of, as it is one of the most emerging and competitive technologies. However, a lot of AI technologies focus on the software, with operating speeds low which makes them a poor fit for mobile devices. For this reason big companies are focusing on developing AI with low power and high speeds, hoping to make AI fit for mobile use.
26th June 2017

Breath-alcohol detection system that features facial recognition

Breath-alcohol detection system that features facial recognition
After developing a prototype portable breath-based alcohol detection device in March last year, Hitachi has now developed a prototype system for a new breath-alcohol detection device equipped with facial recognition.
19th June 2017

Analogue front end detects power variations

Analogue front end detects power variations
The ADE9000 Analogue Front End (AFE) from Analog Devices is now being shipped by Mouser Electronics. The device is a highly integrated polyphase AFE with power quality analysis designed to help extend the health and life of industrial equipment while saving developers significant time and cost over custom solutions.
31st May 2017

28nm DAC sets benchmark for next wave wideband software defined systems

28nm DAC sets benchmark for next wave wideband software defined systems
Analog Devices has introduced a 28-nanometer D/A converter as part of a new series of high speed digital-to-analog converters (D/A converters). The AD9172 meets the demands of gigahertz bandwidth applications and delivers the increased spectral efficiency needed for 4G/5G multi-band wireless communications base stations and 2 GHz E-band microwave point-to-point backhaul platforms. Its design also benefits production instrumentation targeting multi-standard direct-to-RF signal synthesis. 
5th May 2017

Distributor adds to analogue portfolio

Recent product line expansion means that more than 37,500 Analog Devices products are available for shipment from distributor Digi-Key Electronics. Digi-Key has increased their ADI stocking portfolio by 20% in the last few months to support engineers worldwide. The newest product additions, including precision signal conditioning solutions, high frequency wideband components, and data converters, are easily accessed online.
1st March 2017

Meeting the demand for high-fidelity music content

Meeting the demand for high-fidelity music content
  Cirrus Logic has introduced the low power CS43130 MasterHIFI digital-to-analogue converter (DAC) with headphone amplifier, with the demand growing worldwide for high-fidelity music content and playback through mobile devices.
9th February 2017

In-line signal conditioner has low impedance line drive

In-line signal conditioner has low impedance line drive
DJB Instruments has announced the QV/04 in-line signal conditioner which joins the QV/02 and replaces the outgoing QV/01. All products in the QV range of in-line converters provide charge/voltage conversion when supplied with a standard IEPE supply current in the range of 4-20mA. 
2nd February 2017


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