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IoT meets Industry 4.0: Ecosystem Comes Together for Big Opportunities, Unique Challenges

Feb 17, 2015

The potential of the Internet of Things (IoT) is getting a lot of attention, and with good reason. Technology now allows monitoring of nearly every aspect of the home, factory floor, office, or even a person, and enables control of many of these factors. Terms like “smart home” or “networked home” are being used, as
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The Connected Car

Feb 10, 2015

In recent years, in-car systems have been supplemented by basic Internet connectivity, allowing drivers and passengers to remain “plugged in” to the business and social networks they take for granted when at home or in the office. But what if connectivity could be taken a stage further? What if the most modest sensor or even
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Wide Bandgap Semiconductors Go Beyond Silicon in Power, RF, LED Lighting, and Optoelectronics

Jan 27, 2015

The invention of the silicon (Si) integrated circuit over 50 years ago inexorably paved the way for the modern computing and electronics era that we enjoy today. But all good things must come to an end, as the saying goes, and in this case the foreseeable end is the dominance of silicon in the semiconductor
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Open Source Brewing

Jan 20, 2015

For most engineers, the open-source movement means “free” software source code and hardware schematics, but a growing trend in brewing is putting an interesting twist on the Free Software Definition [footnote reference], and turning centuries of brewing tradition on its head. Beer brewing predates recorded history, revealing itself in artifacts and archeological evidence dug out
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High-Resolution Audio Systems Go Beyond Perceptions

Jan 6, 2015

We all are very familiar with audio in our lives. We use a variety of players in our homes, cars, and personal devices to listen to our favorite tunes when we are relaxing or on the go. We have grown up with music as a big part of our lives, and we bond with friends
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Not By MOSFETs and Processors Alone: Passive Components Also Critical to Advanced Motor Control

Dec 16, 2014

We all are very familiar with audio in our lives. We use a variety of players in our homes, cars, and personal devices to listen to our favorite tunes when we are relaxing or on the go. We have grown up with music as a big part of our lives, and we bond with friends
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Mouser TI Inductive Sensing Article – Making More Sense

Dec 2, 2014

Inductive sensing is a method of detecting metal or other conducting materials without touching them. This makes it particularly useful in areas where access is difficult or where dust and other contaminants can prevent the use of sensors that require physical contact. Such inductive sensors have applications in metal detectors, car washes, and traffic lights,
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As RFID Gains Traction, Design Opportunities Proliferate By Jack Shandle for Mouser Electronics

Nov 18, 2014

By the time you arrived in the office this morning you may have used RFID four times without being aware of it: when you inserted the key in your car, disabling the immobilizer circuit; when you drove through an unmanned toll booth, automatically paying your fee; when you used your cell phone to pay for
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Telemetry in Auto Racing By Lynnette Reese, Mouser Electronics

Nov 10, 2014

Auto racing, and all broadcast spectator sports for that matter, has changed dramatically in the last decade. Thanks to telemetry, which is a fancy word for remote monitoring, race fans can monitor the individual performance of each racing team and listen in-car chatter with radio scanners or via official subscriptions to wireless data and streaming
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Methodology for Choosing the Correct Topology for LED Drivers

Designing optimum LED drivers for Industrial, commercial and consumer applications requires a clear understanding of the application requirements. To achieve power factor correction, low total-harmonic-distortion (THD) and good output current control while meeting increasing cost and efficiency targets, only the most appropriate switching topology will suffice. Since there is no standardization in LED load voltage
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