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The importance of selecting the right circuit protection

Circuit protection is designed as an intentional weak link which can combat catastrophic failure due to surges in power and other destructive events. But, how do you select the right components? This video from Littelfuse gives insights into the decision making process.

DAEC reduces dynamic angle error to almost zero

This video provides a brief introduction to Dynamic Angle Error Compensation (DAEC), a technology developed by ams that is said to eliminate the measurement error attributable to propagation delay in its magnetic position sensors.

Olympic hopeful in pursuit of excellence

Cambridge Consultants has a unique culture. It’s a product of the individuals who make the company tick, drawn together by the desire to do great work and to be around others who feel the same way.

Devices dissolve on demand

Researchers from the University of Illinois describe how heat-triggered self-destructing electronic devices work and explain what the goal is.

Power amplifier for 5G front-ends

Liam Devlin, CEO of Plextek RFI, presents a video on the design of a 4-channel 28GHz Power Amplifier with in-built phase control for applications in future 5G transmitters. Keysight's ADS simulator is used to develop the design.

Astrobotic plans to explore space

Astrobotic, the Google Lunar XPRIZE Milestone winner, Mouser Electronics and Grant Imahara reveal the first of several Innovation Spotlight interviews as part of the Space Exploration Series and Empowering Innovation Together program.

Li-ion thermal runaway captured by 3D imaging techniques

A team led by UCL has used 3D imaging techniques to determine what happens inside a lithium-ion battery when it overheats and then explodes. According to the researchers, it is important to understand how Li-ion batteries fail in order to improve their design to make them safer to use and transport. Recently, three airlines announced they will no longer carry bulk shipments of lithium-ion batteries after the US Federal Aviation Administration found overheating batteries could cause major fires.

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