source: machine design news A flexible polymer device uses graphene-based transistors to support signals within the terahertz band, paving the way for advanced imaging and diagnostics in healthcare and materials, along with short-range wireless communications in the IoT.
Source: ESA, EPCI The 3rd edition of the Space Passive Component Days (SPCD) will take place at ESA\ESTEC from the 9th till 12th October 2018. European Passive Components Institute is a proud partner to the ESA SPCD 2018 event.
source: EDN article A quartz crystal’s case will be stamped with the devices’ rated operating frequency, but that number is only an approximation to the real story which is that there is more than one crystal resonant frequency, even in the ideal case. (No pun intended.)
source: Microwave & RF news Miniature ceramic capacitors for surface-mount applications on PCBs are often available in single- and multiple-layer versions—but why use one type or the other? Jack Browne | Sep 06, 2017
source: Murata news Today, Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd, announces the release of our latest RAIN RFID tag designed for embeddable applications – p/n LXMSJZNCMF-198. This new product has been in production since August 2017.
source: UWB and EPCI, Czech Republic, 4th July 2017 Wearable electronics and smart textiles is currently rapidly developing area. Integration of electronic components and systems directly on/into textile substrates leads to the development of promising new technologies among which it is possible to include printing of passive electronic components and/or its embroidering directly onto the […]
source: Murata news Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd. has introduced the world’s smallest low-profile crystal unit (1.2×1.0×0.30mm) with high precision performance. MP of this product starts from June 2017.
source: TTI Market Eye article 06/22/2017 // Murray Slovick The Internet of Things is not only driving the electronic component market, but it’s also influencing the direction design/development kits are taking.
source: EPCIA Newsletter European passive component market development until 2016 has been just released by EPCI newsletter. In 2014 the European Passives Components market increased to a volume of EUR 4.3 bn and could continue the healthy development in the following years 2015 and 2016 with a steady growth of 4.4% and 4.9% to a total […]
source: AVX news Comprised of a broad sampling of passives, the new IoT design kit provides engineers with a broad range of component solutions ideally suited for IoT devices with widely varying power, data processing speed, form factor, & price requirements