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Do you really need soldermask and silkscreen for PCB design?

Do you really need soldermask and silkscreen for PCB design?
As PCB assemblers, we've been asked the question, "do I really need soldermask and silkscreen?" many times. And, we've been asked with good reasons. To us, soldermask protects exposed metal, reduce the chance of shorts and keeps solder where solder needs to be. Author: Duane Benson, Cheif Technology Champion at Screaming Circuits.
5th January 2018

Industrial ERP software facilitates growth

Industrial ERP software facilitates growth
  Microsoft Dynamics 365 partner, Ardent Solutions, is working with manufacturing company, Loma Systems, to implement a new ERP system. Having used the same ERP software for nearly 20 years, Loma has grown significantly, making its current systems incompatible with its business objectives.
22nd December 2017

Duo work together to enable NVMe-oF storage solutions

Duo work together to enable NVMe-oF storage solutions
  Microsemi and American Megatrends (AMI) have announced their collaboration on the development of an NVM Express over Fabrics (NVMe-oF) reference architecture solution. The new solution incorporates AMI’s MegaRAC FP-X Fabric Management Firmware technology with Microsemi’s Switchtec PCIe switches on an Intel Rack Scale Design (Intel RSD) reference architecture.
22nd December 2017


PCB software update increases design productivity

PCB software update increases design productivity
Thanks to the rapidly expanding global PCB market, we have seen remarkable advancements in the world of electronic design, with new products that are more sophisticated, more compact, and more complex than ever before. Altium continues their focus on developing design tools that meet the needs of today’s engineer, and has announced the release of Altium Designer 18 - what it claims to be the most powerful, modern, easy-to-use release to date.
21st December 2017

City firm undergoes temporary overlay in design challenge

City firm undergoes temporary overlay in design challenge
Take the following design tastes; unfinished concrete, exposed pipework and industrial chic – they are all signs of a yearning to go back to basics in a world full of complexity. Matt Collins, Business Development Manager at ide Systems explains how the company overcame a design challenge to deliver a temporary overlay on a building in the heart of London.
20th December 2017

Low-power eFlash block optimised for IoT devices

Low-power eFlash block optimised for IoT devices
Two new Non-Volatile Memory (NVM) IP solutions have been announced by X-FAB - a low power embedded Flash (eFlash) IP block and a NVRAM compiler. Both are based on the company’s proprietary 180nm XH018 mixed-signal CMOS technology and are targeted at applications requiring high reliability and field re-programmability while operating at low power and in harsh environments.
19th December 2017

How to design a silicon quantum computer chip

How to design a silicon quantum computer chip
Research teams all over the world are exploring different ways to design a working computing chip that can integrate quantum interactions. Now, UNSW engineers believe they have cracked the problem, reimagining the silicon microprocessors we know to create a complete design for a quantum computer chip that can be manufactured using mostly standard industry processes and components.
15th December 2017

BBC micro:bit encourages children to get coding

BBC micro:bit encourages children to get coding
An agreement has been signed between Farnell element 14 and the Croatian Academic and Research Network (CARNet) for delivery of 45,000 BBC micro:bit in an official national rollout led by a privately financed nonprofit IRIM, which is designed to address the global challenge of encouraging children to code.
14th December 2017

Digital device designers learn how to re-image user experience

Digital device designers learn how to re-image user experience
  A video has been released by Grayhill which is introducing the new Touch Encoder, which helps digital audio/visual product development engineers simplify designs for equipment controls.
14th December 2017

Full-bridge evaluation board optimised for Class D Amplifiers

Full-bridge evaluation board optimised for Class D Amplifiers
Availability and full design support capabilities for a new evaluation board from GaN Systems and Peregrine Semiconductor has been announced by Richardson RFPD. The GS61004B-EVBCD evaluation board combines GaN Systems’ GaN E-HEMT with the ultra-fast PE29102 gate driver from Peregrine.
13th December 2017


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