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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.

Using PMIC to Manage Power for SoCs Adam Kimmel
Optimizing the design of programmable PMIC SoC requires balancing design flexibility, system efficiency, cost, and time to market. We review one product type that illustrates this balance.

STEM-ulating Learning With Analog Devices Tommy Cummings
These Analog Devices products enable students–even hobbyists–to learn more electrical engineering concepts in an interdisciplinary and applied approach while not in a classroom setting.

Finding Solutions for Wearables and Hearables Jim Harrison
The demand for wireless hearable technology has grown substantially. Here, we’ll discuss some of the most promising applications for wireless earbud technology and explore a power management solution that simplifies the connection between charger and hearable by managing power and data transfer.

Drivers & SiC MOSFETs Open Gates to Power Switching Paul Golata
In the age of isolation, come in and learn how to open the gates to power switching through Infineon Technologies gate drivers and SiC MOSFETs.

Wide-Bandgap Enhances Power Conversion Paul Lee
Wide-bandgap semiconductors are an enabling technology for a significant improvement in power-conversion efficiency, saving money, and helping to conserve energy in industrial, IT, and consumer applications.

Increased Power Delivery Takes PoE into New Markets Robert Huntley
Looking to incorporate Power over Ethernet into your next design? Learn the specifics behind the new 802.3bt 90W power sourcing and power delivery standard and how the standard has evolved to answer the power requirement needs of today’s smart building applications.

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.

Nanotechnology Is Inspiring Next-Gen Batteries Liam Critchley
Conventional Li-ion batteries have been the staple battery technology in many devices, from phones to handheld monitoring equipment, for many years. Rather than looking into new batteries, companies are looking to further improve the status quo by incorporating nanomaterials into Li-ion electrodes.

Bidirectional Power over Ethernet Charles Byers
Power over Ethernet combines data and power delivery over the same twisted pair cable. While standard PoE is unidirectional, driving energy from a PSE to a PD variants exist that are capable of transferring energy in either direction. This can have advantages in distributed IoT systems.

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