Research & Design

All engineers have an immediate need for a product or solution, but it is equally important that they keep an eye on the future to identify new technologies or methodologies which may enable their next designs.

In this section, New Electronics takes a look over the horizon, pointing out to visitors the developments in research and design which will impact the electronics industry in the next few years, as well as the processes which are being developed to manufacture those products.

Power optimisation for low power SoCs targeting mobile devices

Mobile devices are packing in more features than ever, pushing performance and bandwidth requirements to new levels. A plethora of new and evolving mobile devices, such as netbooks, tablets and smartphones, has introduced a convergence of computer, communication and consumer functionalities into a single device.

Wireless data to be followed by wireless power?

We may have seen a wireless revolution in the last decade, but it has been all about wireless data. But when it comes to transmitting power, cables are still vital. That could soon change, however, with wireless power transmission on the agenda for a host of electronic products.

8bit mcu the starting point for printable organic electronics?

Much of the focus in the microcontroller and microprocessor markets is on the development of high performance devices with low power consumption. Capable, efficient microcontrollers are being applied in greater numbers in range of industrial systems, while their microprocessor cousins are powering the latest pcs, netbooks and servers.

The world in your hand

Cambridge Consultants has helped Iridium evolve from a voice based satellite communications business to one based on data services.

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