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Sponsored Content: Addressing high-voltage current-sensing design challenges in HEV/EVs

Electrification has created a new paradigm in automotive power systems; whether the design is a hybrid electric vehicle (HEV) or fully electric vehicle (EV), there are new design challenges to address. This technical article highlights some of the primary challenges in high-voltage current sensing and shares additional resources to aid and simplify your design process. ...

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Viewpoint: Why collaboration on the ground is vital for LEO satellite constellations in the sky

Dr Esen Bayer, CTO at ETL Systems, shares his vision to tackle the ground segment demands of a new generation of low earth orbit (LEO) satellites head-on. He and his team are creating a collaborative platform of completely new smart universal chassis’ designs, where the modules and habitat communicate with one another, interacting intelligently and almost ...

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Sponsored Content: Providing very high power DC-DC conversion for defence and other demanding applications

Engineers designing power systems today are under constant pressure to deliver ever higher levels of power, while also being constrained by size, weight, and cost considerations, writes Vicor. Introduction The defence sector, for instance, contains many applications where all these factors count, with an added requirement for high reliability. Examples include ground based vehicular systems, ...

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Sponsored Content: How to gain a competitive edge with advanced DFT

With any new SoC project, there are more things to go wrong than ever imagined during the optimistic early phase of defining the product, writes Ron Press, of Mentor, a Siemens Business. However, the semiconductor industry continues to deliver incredible advances in IC capabilities. The most successful companies continually refine and optimize all aspects of ...

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A glimpse of the world from an Analogue Integrated Circuit designer’s perspective – Part 1

A veteran of 31 years in the Analogue Integrated Circuit industry, Ash Madni takes a personal look at how rapidly the electronics have evolved over his career from 1985 with 3GHz Bipolar technology to 300GHz FDSOI...

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Sponsored Content: Cloud Services Provide a Path to Embedded Security

Cliff Ortmeyer, Global Head of Technical Marketing at Farnell, considers the use of  cloud Services as a way to provide long-term security and protect the network. Internet connectivity provides the means to add huge value to embedded systems, yet that same connectivity can be a threat to the integrity of devices and the IoT applications that are ...

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Sponsored Content: IoT-AdvantEdge™ Simplifies IoT Edge Product Design

The path to machine learning and personalization requires that some computing occur at the edge of the network. In fact, Gartner is forecasting that companies will generate up to 75 percent of their data outside a traditional data center within the next six years.1 Privacy is one big reason for the need for edge computing. ...

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Sponsored Content: LMD’s V-Sensor for smartphones measures vital signs with medical accuracy

Leman Micro Devices’s e-Checkup and V-Sensor for integration into smartphones, mobile devices and wearables can measure five vital signs – blood pressure, respiration rate, non-contact body temperature, blood oxygen level (SpO2) and pulse rate – all with medical accuracy, within seconds. With no need for any other external devices, e-Checkup is a game-changer in personal ...

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