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Reality.2020 Symposium Focuses on Adaptive Design Tommy Cummings
The TTI family of companies are sponsoring Reality.2020, a two-day online symposium that will bring together product experts from some of the world's leading electronic component suppliers. Eleven speakers will discuss topics ranging from 5G to Internet of Things to the cloud.

Navigating the Seas of Change Toward Industry 4.0 Paul Golata
Learn how Molex enables design engineers to navigate the stormy seas of change toward Industry 4.0 by developing products and technology that provide protection from dust, moisture, and accidental or incidental contact.

What We Learned About EV Range Anxiety Tommy Cummings
We just endured the biggest adventure of our Tesla commitment ... a long-distance journey, an 853km (530-mile) roundtrip in an EV equipped with a 50kW battery that has a 362km (225-mile) range between full charges. We learned valuable lessons, and we’re hopeful for progress.

The Four Market Trends Driving Antenna and Connector Innovation Molex, LLC
Molex joined Mouser in sponsoring Crowd Supply’s Teardown 2019, a gathering for discovering and sharing hardware. This year’s event focused on the four trends driving antenna and connector innovation as well as provided rapid-fire feedback from the people designing Molex solutions in their devices.

USB Power Delivery Makes Circuit Protection Mandatory Steven Keeping
The additional voltage and current introduced to the popular USB standard by USB-PD multiplies hazards and makes circuit protection essential. But designing protection against all threats can be complex and expensive. Integrated solutions from chip makers simplify the task.

Avoiding Connector Reflections in mmWave Applications Robert Huntley
Connecting the parts of a mmWave system requires careful attention. As the frequency increases, so does the risk for disruptive reflections to impact efficiency, as with traditional compression-type solderless connectors. Learn how a new solderless PCB connector exhibits minimal reflections up to 67GHz.

Good “Thins” Come in Small Packages Paul Golata
Thin connectors enable engineers to locate and route wires in today’s ultra-slim designs. Learn how Molex’s extensive line of Microminiature Connectors help designers create lighter, more flexible products that are big on performance.

USB-C Becomes Standard For Power Delivery Robert Huntley
Need to update your product and replace the legacy barrel power connector? Discover how you can transition your device designs using a simple, no-firmware, highly integrated, and USB-IF-certified method from Cypress and Molex.

Ensuring the Electrical Safety of Powered Exoskeletons Alex Misiti
Exoskeleton use in improving the mobility of patients with spinal cord injuries, helping industrial workers lift heavy objects, and enhancing soldiers’ abilities on the battlefield are obvious benefits, but designers and engineers must remove safety risks to ensure the health and well-being of users.

Cobots: A Major “Motion” Feature of Star Wars Jeremy Cook
In Star Wars, aliens, spaceships, and planets change as the epic tale unfolds, but one aspect is constant: The collaborative robots, known as “droids,” who follow the heroes to the end of their journey.

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