Pioneering work for the ‘Internet of Voice’
The Internet of tomorrow will be mobile, and audio based. To support the shift in communication from typing and reading to speaking and listening, new technologies are needed that enable audio and voice-based consumer applications.
New audio amplifiers feature second generation multilevel switching amplifier tech
When designing portable and battery-powered audio devices for consumer speaker applications, maximising battery playback time and, at the same time, maintaining excellent audio performance in a compact form and at a low system cost is essential.
Renesas unveils family of automotive radar transceivers
Renesas Electronics Corporation, a supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions, is entering the automotive radar market with the introduction of a 4x4-channel, 76-81GHz transceiver designed to meet the demanding requirements of ADAS (advanced driver assistance systems) and Level 3 and higher autonomous driving applications.
NECTO Studio 2.3.0 IDE from MIKROE adds Red Pitaya enabling signal analysis
MikroElektronika has announced full support for Red Pitaya, sometimes referred to as the ‘Swiss army penknife for engineers’, within version 2.3.0 of NECTO Studio IDE, MIKROE’s complete, cross-platform software development environment.
A guide to wireless antenna selection
A wireless telemetry application is only as good as the antenna system. Whether it’s a radiological system in a nuclear plant, an industrial alarm, or even a utility gas or water metre, it’s important that the signals are reliably transmitted and received. Here Ian McNeilage, engineering manager at wireless telemetry specialist Omniflex, provides a five step plan for effective antenna selection.
NXP Semiconductors announces new NXP analogue front-end
NXP Semiconductors announced its new NXP analogue front-end (N-AFE) family for high-precision data acquisition and condition monitoring systems for factory automation. Designed as software-configurable universal analogue input devices, the new N-AFE family helps enable the software-defined factory, making it easier for operators to configure a smart factory and adjust settings based on shifting market needs.
Pasternack expands line of programmable attenuators
Pasternack, an Infinite Electronics brand and a provider of RF, microwave and millimetre-wave products, has released a new series of programmable attenuators designed to meet the needs of electronic warfare, test and measurement, and electronic countermeasures applications.
Precision DAC can function in “processor-less” applications
In stock at distributor Mouser Electronics is the DAC63202 precision digital-to-analogue converter (DAC) from Texas Instruments (TI).
Stamped metal antennas for Wi-Fi 6/6E and 2.4 GHz ISM applications
Linx Technologies (Linx), now part of TE Connectivity, introduces two stamped metal antennas designed for improved performance in a wide range of applications, including Internet of Things (IoT) devices, smart home networking, sensing and remote monitoring, and hand-held devices.
Fast track IoT design with macros for analogue functions
Agile Analog has announced the availability of a complete set of the key analogue IP needed to fast track an IoT design.