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Power over Ethernet Pushes Forward Jon Gabay
Wired Ethernet provides a more secure connection and will not bog down wireless networks for data hogs like high-definition streaming video. 802.3bt now adds up to 90W of power over Ethernet to each device, eliminating the need to run power. Self-power sensors and IoT devices can now thrive.

New Tech Tuesdays: 2 Cards That Accelerate FPGA Computing Tommy Cummings
High-bandwidth compute applications and diverse workloads are driving the adoption of FPGA chips in accelerator cards, which are their own systems of software, memory, ports, power, etc. New Tech Tuesdays examine two of these cards and their functions.

New Tech Tuesdays: 3 Products That Keep Modern Industrial Automation Humming Tommy Cummings
Keeping modern industrial automation humming requires a multitude of products for businesses and developers. We review an actuator, switch gear, and sensors—diverse products that help developers maintain this hum.

New Tech Tuesdays: Sound Solutions Start With Dante Audio Network Tommy Cummings
We’ll stay out of the analog-versus-digital debate. But we will review a versatile plug-and-play integrated audio system with available companion adapters that create a sound solution for all applications large and small in all types of venues.

Tips for Faster USB-C Power Solution Designs Bakul Damle
Designing for USB Type-C and USB Power Delivery specifications is not as straightforward as it is for legacy USB variants and requires a unique skill set. Learn some tips to streamline the development effort for USB-C PD designs.

Build Smaller, Higher Efficiency DC-DC Converter Designs Paul Golata
Murata’s unique architecture for buck regulators has demonstrated an almost two-times reduction in footprint and a one-third reduction in height with significant improvements in power efficiency, transient performance, and electromagnetic interference (EMI).

STM32WL Nucleo-64 Board Can Test Diverse IoT Concepts Tommy Cummings
Using the STM32WL Nucleo-64 boards—the WL55JC1 and WL55JC2—developers can test combinations of the STM32WL wireless controller’s performance, power consumption, and features.

Apex Microtechnology Webinars Focus on SiC Tommy Cummings
Broderick Krager, Apex Microtechnology applications engineer, will lead two webinars that will examine how to maximize the benefits of SiC using hybrid technology to create switching amplifiers in high-power density packages.

Moving from Smart to Brilliant Energy Jon Gabay
Making energy use more efficient on a device is common. Doing it with a distributed random needs-based environment is more difficult. Appliances that can work together to assure peak-demand load conformity will have an advantage over those that don’t.

An Introduction to Nanoelectronics Liam Critchley
As components need to get smaller to accommodate consumer needs, manufacturers need a way of doing this. Nanoelectronics is the creation of electrical components using nanomaterials that can not only reduce the size of the device, but also provide the same, if not better, performance.

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