source: AVX news Qualified to AEC-Q200, the new, low-profile, 0402 & 0805 Accu-L Series inductors deliver ultra-tight inductance tolerances, in addition to: RF power capabilities, high Q, high SRF, low DC resistance, & outstanding high-frequency performance from 450-2,400MHz.
source: Intelligent aerospace news January 19, 2018 By Dan Friedlander, Retired following 44 years in component engineering A component becomes obsolete when the original component manufacturer stops marketing it. Electrical, electronic, and electromechanical (EEE) components obsolescence hits the military, space, and commercial market. In the military, massive EEE components obsolescence occurred due in part to manufacturers’ decisions to […]
Source: ESA, EPCI European Passive Components Institute, as a proud ESA SPCD event sponsor and ESA are pleased to announce the Call for Papers for the 3rd edition of the International Symposium: Space Passive Component Days (SPCD). The 3rd SPCD will be held from 9h to 12th October 2018 at ESA/ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands.
source: Höganäs news Höganäs AB has signed an agreement to acquire German H.C. Starck Group’s Surface Technology & Ceramic Powders division, STC. The acquisition is a strategic fit, enabling Höganäs to gain critical mass within surface coating and additive manufacturing.
source: Murata news Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd., has added the 0806-inch size (2.0 × 1.6 mm) DFE201612PD series to its DFE_PD series of Metal Alloy inductors. Suitable for the power supply of automotive information equipment such as infotainment systems, this product conforms to AEC-Q200 and supports a maximum operating temperature of 125°C. It achieves a […]
source: nanotechweb news Could the inductor be redesigned in a fundamentally new way? Yes, according to new work by researchers in the US, Japan and China who have made the first high-performance inductors from intercalated graphene that work in the 10-50 GHz range thanks to the mechanism of kinetic inductance – rather than magnetic inductance […]
source: Electronics 360 news New Yorker Electronics has released a new line of products based on the highly customizable Chameleon Concept Magnetics (CCM) Technology. The Exxelia Magnetics CCM technology adapts to most every need, even the harshest environments, including VIGON® resistance.
source: Electronics Sourcing article By James Carbone. Electronics distributors are optimistic that European component sales in 2018 will continue to post strong growth after revenue rose at double-digit rates in 2017.
source: 3D priting progress news The Berlin-based software company trinckle provides design automation for 3D printing – with a focus on product customization. For the PROTIQ Marketplace, the company developed a web-based configurator for inductors that enables customers to configure and order customized copper inductors in a fully digitized process.
source: Electronics Weekly article Analogue Devices has combined switched capacitor and inductive buck conversion in the same topology to reduce the size of step-down dc-dc converters.