Daily News today Monday 18th December, 2017 features the following:
Promoting collaboration, Renesas and Dibotics work on a lidar-based SoC for autonomous driving, and QuickLogic and Mentor develop a seamless design environment for the former’s eFPGA technology. Still with FPGA technology, Arrow has signed a global agreement with Alorium Technology. Adlink also introduces a development tool, this one targeting software defined radio, while Nexperia stays with the automotive theme and updates in-vehicle network protection. Finally, Maxim Integrated offers three isolated CAN transceivers for industrial communications.
Isolated controller area network (CAN) transceivers from Maxim Integrated can increase the uptime of industrial systems, claims the company.
The MAX14878, MAX14879, and MAX14880 2.75 and 5.0kV family of […]
Design of software defined radio (SDR) can be simplified, accelerated and validated with the latest modelling tool from Adlink Technology. The Spectra CX4 SDR Software Communications Architecture (SCA) 4.1 […]
Joining QuickLogic’s Aurora development tools, with Mentor’s Precision Synthesis, the two companies support the complete RTL to bitstream design flow for QuickLogic’s embedded FPGA (eFPGA) ArcticPro architecture.
Mentor’s Precision […]
Semiconductor company, Renesas Electronics, and Dibotics, which specialises in 3D lidar processing, will collaborate to develop an automotive-grade, embedded solution for lidar processing used in advanced driver assistance system […]
Zuken has expanded its partnership with SamacSys to enable engineers and designers to download part information, symbols, footprints, and 3D models within their CR-8000 library to support their prototype […]
Rugged, distributed and synchronised FieldDAQ devices have been announced by National Instruments (NI).
They are the most rugged NI DAQ devices to date and can acquire accurate, reliable measurements […]
For automotive power over coax (PoC) circuit applications, Murata has introduced the LQW32FT series of inductors. According to Murata, they maintain stable operation, save on PCB space and reduce […]
Distributor, Richardson RFPD, announces the availability and full design support capabilities for a new evaluation board from GaN Systems and Peregrine Semiconductor. According to Richardson, the collaboration between GaN […]
Two oscillators from SiTime, the SiT9386 and SiT9387 oscillators are for automotive networking in advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). According to SiTime, they will propel the automotive industry forward […]
Mouser Electronics is now stocking the STMicroelectronics (ST) STEVAL-FCU001V1 evaluation board, a compact flight-controller unit (FCU) suitable for small- and medium-sized quadcopter drone designs.
The FCU is scalable and […]
A simple, cost-efficient means to enable fast and safe charging of USB Type-C portable devices is available from Maxim Integrated. The integrated, 15W MAX14748 USB Type-C charging and charger […]
The illumination in LED technology increasingly requires connectors which meet new technology levels. Connectors may have a small numbers of contacts in 2.54mm and smaller pitches, such as 2.0mm […]
Farnell element14 now offers a range of LoRaWAN products from The Things Network – the Things Gateway, the Things Uno and the Things Node – to enable users to […]
Based on the Gemini Lake architecture, the Intel Pentium Silver and Intel Celeron processors are engineered for a balance of performance and connectivity and for long battery life, says […]
Diodes has released the AL1788, an offline constant voltage and power factor correction (PFC) controller that offers low standby power for connected LED lighting.
The AL1788 has been developed […]
Designed for laser diodes, infra-red detectors, pump lasers and optical transceivers, the OptoTEC thermoelectric module offers superior heat pumping capability in a smaller and lighter footprint, claims Laird.
The thermoelectric […]
Connectivity and sensor company, TE Connectivity, has expanded its Mini I/O product family with a Mini I/O Cat6A cable connector that combines a small form-factor with connection speed.