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How Accuracy Happens in Biometric Wearables

This post is from Valencell and the original is available on their website.  If you missed why accuracy matters, you can catch up here. Now let’s talk about how accuracy in biometric wearables actually happens. Specifically, how does shining light into a person’s body and detecting the scattered light (a methodology known as PPG) result [...]

By | April 28th, 2017|Valencell|Comments Off on How Accuracy Happens in Biometric Wearables

Waterproof Micro USB Connector Provides Protection and Performance for High‑Moisture Applications

CUI’s Interconnect Group today announced the addition of a waterproof micro USB 2.0 connector to its USB product family. The UJ2W‑MIBH‑4‑SMT is a micro B type jack connector with an Ingress Protection (IP) rating of IPX7, offering protection from liquid and moisture in challenging environments. Thanks to its copper alloy contact terminals with 30microinch (µin) [...]

By | April 28th, 2017|CUI|Comments Off on Waterproof Micro USB Connector Provides Protection and Performance for High‑Moisture Applications

VCC Case studies: From personal flight to solar control panels

VCC have released two new case studies on the versatile uses of their durable, leading edge light pipes. Light pipe for personal aviation flight system communication panel VCC's daylight visible light pipes can be found in any industry or commercial application where human-to-machine interface is needed. View the case study - Custom light [...]

By | March 29th, 2017|VCC|Comments Off on VCC Case studies: From personal flight to solar control panels

Accuracy in Biometric wearables – Why it matters

This post is from Valencell and the original is available on their website.  The accuracy of biometric wearable devices is getting a significant amount of attention these days. Fitness bands, smartwatches, biometric earbuds and other devices claim that they can measure your heart rate, steps, cadence, and calories burned. Moreover,  manufacturers of biometric wearables are [...]

By | March 29th, 2017|Valencell|Comments Off on Accuracy in Biometric wearables – Why it matters

EMC standards consolidation – like it or not, it is happening now

Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) is something that concerns us all. The problems caused by electromagnetic interference (EMI) have long been understood and regulations to limit radiated emissions have been in place for decades. That is certainly the case in the sphere of IT equipment, broadcast radio and TV receivers, and various professional audio, video and lighting [...]

By | March 14th, 2017|CUI|Comments Off on EMC standards consolidation – like it or not, it is happening now

Optical Heart Rate Monitoring: What You Need to Know

Our newest line Valencell are global leaders in wearables technology, in product, research and development. In this post, Valencell are tackling optical heart rate monitoring, how it all works, alongside the challenges and design considerations when featuring this technology in a device. They will cover the following: How does optical heart rate monitoring (OHRM) work? [...]

By | March 6th, 2017|Valencell|Comments Off on Optical Heart Rate Monitoring: What You Need to Know

Ethernet test solutions address growing use of 10Gbps Ethernet connectivity

  A growing number of products are now making use of 10Gbps Ethernet connectivity and the step change from 1Gbps to 10Gbps means that simply using a lap-top to generate Ethernet traffic for test purposes is no longer possible. It is not just the networking products themselves that are in need of higher throughput connectivity. [...]

By | February 17th, 2017|Design partner news|Comments Off on Ethernet test solutions address growing use of 10Gbps Ethernet connectivity

EPC Development Board Shows the Ultra Fast Transition Capability of eGaN FETs over MOSFETs Giving Superior LiDAR System Performance When Used in Autonomous Vehicles

Ultra fast transition eGaN® FETs used on the EPC9126 can drive laser diodes with high current pulses and total pulse widths as low as 5 ns, thus enhancing the quality of information a LiDAR system will detect, including the accuracy, precision, and processing speed. EL SEGUNDO, Calif. — January 2017 — Efficient Power Conversion Corporation [...]

By | February 6th, 2017|EPC|Comments Off on EPC Development Board Shows the Ultra Fast Transition Capability of eGaN FETs over MOSFETs Giving Superior LiDAR System Performance When Used in Autonomous Vehicles

From ATS: Integral Modeling Is First Step for ATS Engineers

  In July, Future Facilities, a CAD software company, released the results of a survey it conducted of more than 350 electrical engineers (the link to the story is below) on how thermal management relates to reliability in electronics design. The survey coincided with the release of the company’s newest version of its [...]

By | February 6th, 2017|ATS|Comments Off on From ATS: Integral Modeling Is First Step for ATS Engineers

Alliance Memory Expands Rep Agreement with ISMOSYS to Include Spain, Portugal, and Turkey

Alliance Memory today announced that the company has expanded its manufacturers’ representative agreement with ISMOSYS, the principal trading division of the Spectrum Electronics Group. Having offered Alliance Memory’s entire lineup of SRAMs and DRAMs in Italy since 2006, ISMOSYS is now the exclusive representative for these solutions to direct OEMs and distributor channels in Spain, [...]

By | February 3rd, 2017|Alliance Memory|Comments Off on Alliance Memory Expands Rep Agreement with ISMOSYS to Include Spain, Portugal, and Turkey
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