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CubeSat is known for its low-end, low-orbit experiments, but now NASA is looking to send this 'modest' satellite to Mars.

Design a switch mode power supply using an isolated flyback topology

Here, Rich Miron, Applications Engineer at Digi-Key Electronics explores the operation of switch mode power supplies and explores make Vs. buy decision process for power supplies. Miron also investigates the design of a single output supply utilising flyback topology and provides a sample design using readily available parts and components.

Tackling congestion on programmable devices

Now more than 30 years old, the field-programmable gate array has evolved from a glue-logic device that made it possible to customise boards easily to a complete configurable system-on-chip (SoC). Hardwired 64bit processors, digital signal processing (DSP) engines and dedicated memory arrays have helped overcome the FPGAs density handicap versus fully custom silicon even for projects that expect to move into high volume.

Get smart, get connected

As more devices are termed ‘smart’ the market for consumer electronics is increasingly being driven by the need for enhanced connectivity.

Flash storage in networking infrastructure needs to focus on reliability, quality and data retentions

The infrastructure to support and grow connectivity is constantly evolving, and encompasses telecommunications, data communications and data centres. The processing and storage applications in that infrastructure stretches from base stations to subscriber lines, through a hierarchy of routers and switches. As the amount of digital traffic continues to expand, the need for fast and reliable storage only increases.

Spy in the cab

Autonomous driving will lead to a mass of external sensors being deployed, but manufacturers aren’t neglecting the vehicle’s interior.

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