Category Archives: Electronics

BASIC ELECTRONICS

By | November 30, 2020

Electronics is a science that studies electrical devices that are run by regulating the flow of electrons or electrically charged particles in a system such as mobile phones, computers, electronic devices, thermocouple, semiconductors, etc. The science of studying such tools is an offshoot of Physical Sciences, while the model and design of electronic circuits are… Read More »

Resistor, Capacitor and Transistor Functions and Essential Electronics Components

By | June 25, 2020

If you find out the word resistor and capacitor for certain we instantly think on the electronics component. Resistors and capacitors are one of the important components of electronics. Electronics is a science that studies the weak currents of electricity that function to control particles charged with electrical voltage. An example like a computer in… Read More »

Basic Electronic Components with Functions and Symbols

By | November 23, 2019

An Electronic equipment is an equipment consisting of several Types of Electronic Components and each Electronic Component has its own functions in an Electronic Circuit. Along with the development of technology, Electronic components are increasingly varied and the types also increase. But the basic components forming an electronic equipment such as resistors, capacitors, transistors, diodes,… Read More »

The Definition of Basic Electronics

By | November 19, 2019

Electronics is a science that studies weak electrical current that works by controlling the flow of electrons or electrically charged particles in a device / equipment such as thermocouples, semiconductors, computers, and other electronic equipment. The study of tools like this is a branch of physics, while the design and manufacture of electronic circuits is… Read More »

Gyrfalcon Technology Presents s AI Accelerator Chip, the Lightspeeur 5801, Increases Current Standards for Superior Edge AI with Low Power Use

By | November 15, 2019

Gyrfalcon Technology Inc’s. presents its AI Accelerator Chip, the Lightspeeur® 5801, which increases current standards for superior Edge AI with low power use. It is the fourth chip in the company’s Lightspeeur® arrangement of chips, which share the Framework Handling Motor that conveys the industry’s best proportion of high performance AI with low power use… Read More »

Himax’s Propelled AI Empowered WiseEye WE-I Plus ASIC Stage Integrated Synopsys’ DesignWare® ARC® Data Combination IP Subsystem

By | November 14, 2019

Synopsys, Inc. reported that Himax’s recently propelled artificial intelligence (AI)- empowered WiseEye WE-I  plus ASIC stage has integrated Synopsys’ DesignWare® ARC® Data Combination IP Subsystem. The WE-I Plus ASIC is planned for application engineers conveying CNN-based machine learning (ML) models on artificial intelligence (AI) and IoT applications, including smart home appliances and surveillance frameworks. The… Read More »

Mitcham Industries Declared the Beginning Supplies of MA-X “Gap Filler” Sonar Innovation

By | November 14, 2019

Mitcham Industries Inc. declared that its Klein Marine Frameworks unit has completed beginning supplies of modern items based on its MA-X “gap filler” sonar innovation. Presented prior this year, MA-X innovation may be a cost-effective solution to filling the nadir crevice that’s characteristic of conventional side check sonar. By consistently covering the nadir locale, MA-X… Read More »

Texas Instruments Introduced The New Four Integrated DC/DC Noninverting Buck-Boost Converters

By | October 2, 2019

Texas Instruments (TI) introduced the new integrated TPS63802, TPS63805, TPS63806 and TPS63810 DC/DC noninverting buck-boost converters. The new four buck-boost converters are four high-efficiency, low-quiescent-current (IQ) buck-boost converters that have little packaging with minimum external components for a small solution size. The new four integrated DC/DC noninverting buck-boost converters provide wide input and output voltage… Read More »

The New Battery Charger Offers the Industry’s Lowest Termination Current to Increase Battery Capacity and Durability

By | September 4, 2019

Texas Instruments (TI)  today presented a new integrated circuit (IC) for switching the battery charger  that supports a 20 mA breaking current. Compared to competing devices, which generally support a termination current greater than 60 mA. TI BQ25619 allows a battery capacity of 7% higher and a longer operating time. The BQ25619 charger also offers… Read More »

Peraso Announces the X720 60 GHz Chipset for Fixed Wireless Access and Backhaul Markets for Small Cells

By | September 4, 2019

Peraso Technologies Inc., a leader in the development of mmWave technology and Wireless Gigabit (WiGig®) chipsets, nowadays announced the launch of its powerful X720 pre 802.11a and WiGig® chipset, aimed at fixed wireless access and small mobile devices backhaul. Important chipset features include: Pout 24dBm for QPSK modulation, the chip set with the maximum power… Read More »

Sharp Presents Value-Priced, 4K Ultra HD Interactive Whiteboard Line

By | September 3, 2019

Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America (SIICA), a section of Sharp Electronics Corporation (SEC), announces the addition of three new 4K Ultra HD interactive whiteboards to the award-winning AQUOS BOARD interactive display line. Three new interactive AQUOS BOARD® interactive screens comprise premium features designed for the schoolroom. The new interactive displays PN-CE701H 70 “Class… Read More »

Synopsys Make Able the Success of First-Pass Silicon from the SoC Test Chip Based on the Powerful NSITEXE Data Flow Processor for Autonomous Driving

By | September 3, 2019

Synopsys, Inc. (Nasdaq: SNPS) announced today that NSITEXE, Inc. has achieved success with its first SoC test chip with silicon data flow processor (DFP) through the use of design, verification, and solutions. Synopsys IP. DFP has a unique architecture that combines a CPU and a GPU designed to handle complex and large data sets, enabling… Read More »