(Networking Equipment)
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The IEEE 802.11 wireless networking standard dates to 1997 and was rapidly adopted in homes and offices. It is eminently suitable for industrial environments as well, such as warehouses and factories.... (View Full Article)
(Programmable Logic Devices)
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This white paper examines three categories of process characteristics, relates them to the internal structure of modern FPGAs, and then, in turn, looks at the impact the FPGAs have on the systems that... (View Full Article)
(Electronics and Microelectronics Manufacturing)
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Today's massive smartphone market is often depicted as a hotbed of innovation for the continual advancement of cost-effective, power efficient solutions. Whenever smartphone developers need a new... (View Full Article)
(Medical)
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Ever since Wilhelm Röentgen took the first fuzzy x-ray picture in 1895 of his wifeâ s hand, scientists have been searching for a better, non-invasive way to peer inside the human body. This search... (View Full Article)
(Microprocessors and Microcontrollers)
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This year, the ARM® CortexTM-M series will become the go-to family of cores for most new microcontroller applications.... (View Full Article)
(Temperature Sensing)
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The heart of building automation is in the electronics. Building automation covers heating and cooling with input from a thermostat, as well as intelligent lighting control and smart metering.... (View Full Article)
(Circuit Protection Devices)
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Automobiles produced today have a longer life expectancy than at any time in the past. This is due, in part, to improvements in materials and design. One critical change has been the increase in... (View Full Article)
(Industrial Computing)
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For engineers who spend their design time in the single-digit, low-voltage world, the phrase "high voltage" may conjure up voltages in the double digits, perhaps as high as 24V or 48V DC, or even the... (View Full Article)
(Acoustic and Audio Equipment)
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Audio. It's hard to imagine a world without sound. It's amazing how much sound enhances our viewing experience. In the U.S. alone, the average home has 2.9 television sets, with 56% owning at least... (View Full Article)
(Industrial Computing)
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The insatiable demand for increased communication bandwidth is driving the development of new network structures and associated cloud computing architectures. These emerging networks will allow for... (View Full Article)
(Networking Equipment)
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There's plenty of excitement in the wireless industry these days as LTE slowly moves toward LTE Advanced and even beyond to the world of 5G. But for the first time in many years there's another flavor... (View Full Article)
(Temperature Sensing)
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In many industrial applications it is critical to sense, log and communicate data about environmental conditions. Many industrial processes involve high temperature, high pressure, vibration, and... (View Full Article)
(Networking Equipment)
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By Lynnette Reese, Mouser Electronics Industrial wireless sensor networks (WSN) are projected to increase by 553% in the next five years, to nearly 24 million installed sensor points. Recent... (View Full Article)
(Microprocessors and Microcontrollers)
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First we had inflection points; then paradigm shifts were all the rage. Now we are hearing about a new Industrial Revolution - Industry 4.0. According to its proponents it is a new method of... (View Full Article)
(Light Sources)
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As the holidays close reality starts to set in. Bills are being delivered, not only for the presents that were purchased, but for power usage during the month of December. The holidays are a time to... (View Full Article)
(Electrical Testing Equipment)
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By Gregory Quirk, Mouser Electronics A smart meter is a way to record power consumption and communicate that information back directly to the power company for accurate usage and billing purposes.... (View Full Article)
(Timing Circuits)
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Historically, reference oscillators used to clock a Phase Lock Loop circuit; providing a reference signal to any timing related circuit has predominantly utilized quartz crystals as the core... (View Full Article)
(Light Sources)
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LED lighting system costs can be reduced with good control circuit design and component selection.... (View Full Article)
(Electronics and Microelectronics Manufacturing)
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Microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), also known as microsystems technology in Europe, or micromachines in Japan, are a class of devices characterized both by their small size and the manner in which... (View Full Article)
(Motor Controls and Drives)
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Looking back in history, we know that first came the wheel, followed some time later by the motor. Both accomplish work and both are still in existence today with little variation... until recently.... (View Full Article)
(Power and Power Management IC)
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As mobile phones morphed from wireless analog telephones to handheld computers, users kept demanding more and more energy-consuming features,­­ such as web browsing, videos, gaming, and email, while... (View Full Article)
(Power and Power Management IC)
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Itâ s best to take a careful, systematic approach when designing the power distribution system in noise-sensitive applications, like broadcasting, to ensure ideal performance. Not only does one need... (View Full Article)
(Programmable Logic Devices)
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The capabilities of large programmable logic devices such as field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) and complex programmable logic devices (CPLDs) have grown rapidly since they were first introduced... (View Full Article)
(Surge Suppressors)
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Engineers are being asked to connect absolutely everything to a network. The network protocol of choice is Ethernet or one of the myriad variations. Some of these assignments can look great on paper... (View Full Article)
(Electrical Distribution and Protection)
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"Smart grid" is a term recognized now in many circles, but why exactly does the grid need to be smarter? For one, the current power grid has trouble matching power supply and demand, wasting energy or... (View Full Article)
(Communication IC)
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The market need has been identified, the business case has been justified, and the engineering team has determined that GPS (GNSS) receiver technology needs to be designed-in to provide tracking,... (View Full Article)
(Capacitors)
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Ever since the first watermills and windmills were used to generate electricity, energy harvesting has been an attractive source of energy with great potential. In recent years, energy harvesting... (View Full Article)
(Robots and Robotic Accessories)
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Robots are the culmination of most of the technologies that have advanced over the years, all working together in harmony to achieve something far beyond what each of them could do alone. Even though... (View Full Article)
(Microprocessors and Microcontrollers)
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Embedded designers can't afford "the blue screen of death." Desktop operating systems can get rebooted every so often, but embedded systems-good ones, at least-often have to run for years without a... (View Full Article)
(Electrical and Electronic Contract Manufacturing)
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Electric vehicles were all the rage 100 years ago. They were quiet, reliable, and did not require strenuous manual cranking or shifting. They ran 35 to 50 miles between recharges, with some able to... (View Full Article)