High-performance power amplifier packages
StratEdge Corporation, which designs, produces, and assembles high-performance semiconductor packages for radio frequency, microwave, and millimetre-wave devices, will display power amplifier packages at Space Tech Expo.
Panasonic Industry’s surface-mounted Power Choke Coil
For quite a while now, ‘the electrification of everything’ is one of the major trends in automotive engineering: more electronic devices, electric motors, inverter systems and ECUs are to be integrated in cars. So, mounting space is precious, but the requirement to handle high currents is essential as never before.
STMicroelectronics reveals regulator for energy-conscious applications
STMicroelectronics’ LD56020 200mA low-dropout voltage regulator operates with a supply from 1.1V to 5.5V and has low output noise for applications that demand excellent stability and long battery runtime.
Nidec to supply 5MW power supply unit for electrolyser testing system
Nidec has received an important order from a global player in green hydrogen production, storage and distribution for a 5MW Power Supply Unit (PSU) to be installed as part of an electrolyser testing system, which will be supplied on a 40’ skid with outdoor cabinets using 6 Nidec AD7000 power modules working in parallel to generate 5.6MW of energy.
Helping electric vehicles keep their cool
Packing enough energy into a battery to power a car is putting a lot of pressure on the storage devices that, for the last century or so, have mainly been tasked with running small appliances and electronics.
Septentrio makes GNSS/INS integration easy and fast
Septentrio takes a step towards simplifying the integration process of its inertial GNSS receivers.
Optimised copper ribbon for laser bonding
Heraeus Electronics announced the launch of its new PowerCu Soft Laser Ribbons (LRB) for Laser Bonding during PCIM Europe in Nuremburg.
Untethering smartwatches: introducing 'RedCap'
This article from Paddy Williams, Director of Product Marketing for CEVA’s Connectivity Business Unit looks at the wearables market and considers how innovation, such as RedCap (reduced capacity), can improve smart watches.
At-home medical testing using smartphone-powered microchip
Researchers have developed a new microfluidic chip that can detect diseases using a minimal number of components and can be powered wirelessly by a smartphone.
PCIM Europe 2022 review
Although GaN and SiC technology and products dominated the power industry show which returned to Nuremberg in May, it was not to the exclusion of all other power technology. The industry has clearly been active even during lockdown and jumped at the chance to show real-life people the progress made.