Reinvent system integration without looking like an amateur

Anupam Bakshi, Agnisys

The very first step in reinventing a system integration is to enhance and effectively utilize the benefits of automating business processes using electronic design automation/computer-aided engineering. System integ... Continued...

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Meeting customer demands for OS-less design in a telemetry module

Charles Sweeney, Orange Tree Technologies

Lumistar, a designer and manufacturer of telemetry products for the flight test and antenna tracking markets, recently developed a telemetry processing engine (the LS-28-DRSM) designed for flight test applications t... Continued...

Key design considerations for in-car wireless charging

Majeed Ahmed, Automotive Contributor

In-car wireless charging is growing in popularity, and the sense of urgency to develop viable solutions in this area was palpable on the CES 2018 show floor. There, chipmakers like Infineon and ON Semiconductor unve... Continued...

0402-sized ceramic chip inductors provide Q factors up to 162 at 2.4 GHz

Jamie Leland

Coilcraft has released its 0402DC Series ceramic wirewound chip inductors, which offers Q factors up to 162 at 2.4 GHz in an 0402 (1005) size for low loss in high frequency circuits, ideal for impedance matching cir... Continued...

Extra hardware needed to get started with the Raspberry Pi Zero

Jeremy Cook, Engineering Consultant

As noted in this post, the Raspberry Pi Zero is available for only $5, while its Wi-Fi-enabled cousin, the Pi Zero W, is only $10. I finally got my hands on one, and this article will discuss my initial experiences ... Continued...

Littelfuse over-temperature protection device handles higher currents in a small package

Jamie Leland

Littelfuse, Inc. has introduced the MHP-TAT18 Metal Hybrid PPTC Battery Mini-Breaker with resettable Thermal Cut-Off (TCO), an over-temperature protection device with a 9VDC rating. The device is designed to help me... Continued...


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