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Viewpoint: Tesla v Rivian, Automotive trade secrets in the spotlight

In a high-profile US court action, Tesla is suing its Silicon Valley rival, Rivian, for the alleged theft of “highly-proprietary trade secrets”, writes Diego Black a partner and patent attorney in Withers & Rogers. According to court papers submitted by Tesla since the case was filed last year, it is alleged that over 70 employees ...

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Viewpoint: On antenna placement for new wireless designs with 5G

Geoff Schulteis, an antenna applications specialist with Antenova, considers the challenges of antenna placement for new wireless designs with 5G. 5G offers the advantage of greater data throughput and lower latency, and will enable a host of new mobile applications, for example in broadcast, robotics, Augmented Reality, Autonomous Driver Assisted Systems (ADAS), vehicle telematics, remote ...

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Viewpoint: 5G Smart City revolution enabled by bonding technology

An upcoming Japanese bonding technology will enable the 5G Smart City revolution, believes Alex Spatzig, Business Development Manager for Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Europe. Nearly a hundred years on from the first commercial mobile telephony service – which, curiously enough, was offered on trains between Hamburg and Berlin in Germany – we are ushering in the ...

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Viewpoint: Reliability, and Bluetooth overcoming interference with AFH

Martin Woolley, Senior Developer Relations Manager, EMEA, at Bluetooth SIG, considers how Bluetooth technology operates to mitigate interference and increase reliability, with adaptive frequency hopping (AFH). Wireless communication systems usually employ radio as the underlying, physical basis for getting data from one device to another. Bluetooth itself is a radio communications technology. But there’s a ...

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Viewpoint: The technologies powering the future of artificial intelligence

Artificial intelligence (AI) has been an industry buzzword for years, writes Richard Walsh, head of memory at Samsung Semiconductor Europe, but he considers the technologies now powering developments, such as high-bandwidth memory, smart SSDs and SR-IOV, in-memory computing and parallel processing… It has garnered headlines as a potential force of danger with robots overtaking the world, ...

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Sponsored Content: Introduction to the fundamental technologies of power density

The importance and value of power density in modern power-delivery solutions cannot be overstated, writes Texas instruments. To better understand the fundamental technologies of high-power-density designs, in this article I’ll examine the four most important aspects of high-power-density solutions: Reduced loss generation. Optimal topology and control selection. Effective heat removal. Reducing system volume through mechanical ...

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