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ANALOG DEVICES ANNOUNCES 42V, 15A SYNCHRONOUS STEP-DOWN REGULATOR SILENT SWITCHER 2

Analog Devices announced the release of a new synchronous step-down regulator, LT8648S, that features second generation Silent Switcher architecture designed to minimize EMI emissions while delivering high efficiency at high switching frequencies. This includes the integration of input and boost capacitors to optimize all the fast current loops inside and make it easy to achieve advertised EMI performance …

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ROHDE & SCHWARZ ENABLES SUB-THZ ULTRA WIDEBAND SIGNAL ANALYSIS

Rohde & Schwarz is paving the way for research in the terahertz frequency range by demonstrating multi gigabit data transmission in the D-Band at 140 GHz. The setup features the R&S FSW high-end signal and spectrum analyzer equipped with an R&S FSW-B8001 option, supporting an unparalleled 8.3 GHz internal analysis bandwidth. This new hardware option …

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AMD LAUNCHES TWO MORE RYZEN EMBEDDED CHIPS FOR LOW-POWER PCS

A few days back, AMD announced the expansion of its Ryzen™ Embedded ecosystem with the addition of two new, low-power, AMD Ryzen™ Embedded R1000 processors designed to provide customers with a low TDP range of between 6 to 10 Watts. The new processors named the R1102G and R1305G, were designed to serve the needs of customers who need …

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Femtosecond Electronics With Plasmonic Hot Electron Nano-emitters

A team led by the Technical University of Munich (TUM) physicists Alexander Holleitner and Reinhard Kienberger has found success for the first time in generating ultrashort electric pulses on a chip. They made this possible by using asymmetric metal antennas only a few nanometers in dimension, then running the signals a few millimeters above the …

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