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Increasing system protection with MSDI devices

Increasing system protection with MSDI devices
  Two Multi-Switch Detection Interface (MSDI) devices that that consume up to 98% less system power than conventional discrete solutions, has been announced by Texas Instruments. The TIC12400 and TIC12400-Q1 are the first switch and sensor monitors that directly interface with resistor-coded switches. 
11th October 2017

When your signal needs to ride the rails

When your signal needs to ride the rails
Question: When you’re designing a signal conditioning block for a precision sensor analogue front end, should you use an op amp with rail-to-rail input? Daniel Burton, an Applications Engineer at Analog Devices, provides the answers.
3rd October 2017

Fed up of poor WiFi signal at home?

Fed up of poor WiFi signal at home?
Do you dream of achieving a strong and steady WiFi signal throughout your entire home? Myriad factors can impede WiFi signal; from the size of your house to the placement (and thickness) of walls and doors. Home networking solutions provider, devolo, now offers two options to extend WiFi reach throughout the home: Powerline and GigaGate. devolo Powerline adapters provide you with high speed Internet from the electrical socket. 
3rd October 2017


Simplifying the analysis of analogue signals

Simplifying the analysis of analogue signals
  A new post-processing software for easily visualising, measuring, analysing, and sharing analogue signals, named the COMPRION Analog Scope Viewer has been launched by test equipment manufacturer Comprion. The company claims that this is the only software of its kind, Comprion has integrated so-called quick measurements.
2nd October 2017

Full-flow digital and custom/ analogue tools for process tech

Full-flow digital and custom/ analogue tools for process tech
The full-flow digital and signoff tools from Cadence Design Systems and its custom/analogue tools have been certified/enabled for the Intel 22FFL (FinFET Low-Power) process, which provides up to 100 times lower leakage and a 2.5X active power reduction compared with its previous 22GP (general purpose) offering.
20th September 2017

Could fibre optics be the way forward to detect faults on railways?

Could fibre optics be the way forward to detect faults on railways?
  Fibre optic cables could make a major contribution to the safety and maintenance of railways. Installed alongside the tracks, they are capable of detecting a huge range of soundwaves that might signify the early emergence of problems, such as damage to the rails.
19th September 2017

Digital amplifier delivers multi-motor capability

Digital amplifier delivers multi-motor capability
The ATLAS digital amplifiers from Performance Motion Devices, available through INMOCO have been able to control a user’s choice of DC brush, brushless DC and stepper motors for a long time, however the latest version of the compact amplifier brings enhanced multi-motor capability. This allows the motor type to be programmed by the user with no board changes required. The result is even greater flexibility in the development of motor control applications.
19th September 2017

Almost half of UK homes experience poor WiFi signal

Almost half of UK homes experience poor WiFi signal
  There is nothing more annoying than poor internet, whether you are doing some work, watching your favourite online TV show or keeping up to date with the latest gossip on social media. Quick internet is essential in 2017. Intermittent access is frustrating for our always on, always connected lifestyles.
12th September 2017

RAIN RFID tag works perfectly on metal surfaces

RAIN RFID tag works perfectly on metal surfaces
As part of its RFID range of products, Murata has announced the LXFLANMXMG-003, a RAIN RFID tag designed for use on metal components and surfaces. Previously, placing such tags on to metal has been challenging because metal surfaces reflect the signal emitted from the reader and interfere with communication between the tag and reader. To overcome this, Murata has patented various technologies that allow RFID tags to work in conjunction with metal objects.
11th September 2017

Acting against the analogue cable operators

Acting against the analogue cable operators
The government is trying to tackle the issue of cable operator transmitting analogue signals. Ensuring that the country has full digitalisation of the cable TV network, the information and broadcasting (I&B) ministry is urging state governments to take some action against cable operators transmitting analogue signals.
11th September 2017


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