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New Electronics brings you the latest product and component news from market leading suppliers. Technology areas covered include microcontrollers, test & measurement, power, electronic design automation, embedded software and programmable logic, amongst others.

Ultrafast fibre lasers added to portfolio

AMS Technologies – a solution provider and distributor for optical, power and thermal management technologies – has added Swiss supplier Onefive’s ultrashort-pulse fibre lasers to its portfolio.

The portfolio of Onefive’s turnkey complete laser systems includes devices with pulse widths in the nanosecond, picosecond and femtosecond ranges and wavelengths from UV to infrared. Repetition rates range from pulse-on-demand up to 1.3GHz and pulse energy from a few ...

Time-of-Flight 3D vision solution

A time-of-flight (ToF) chipset and development kit from Melexis is said to enable simple, modular and future proof design of 3D vision solutions. Previously available only as part of a development system, the chipset is now available to designers everywhere.

Antennas work on metal surfaces without de-tuning

A family of antennas from Antenova has been engineered to operate without de-tuning on metal surfaces or where the product housing is mainly metal. According to the company, these situations normally make it difficult for an antenna to operate.

Power measurement software provides PC connectivity

The WTViewerE software from Yokogawa provides PC connectivity for the company’s power analysers – including the WT3000E, WT1800E, WT500 and WT300E models – via Ethernet, USB, GPIB or RS232 interfaces. This connectivity allows users to control, monitor, collect and analyse measurement data, and save measurements remotely.

First 2.5 and 5Gbit/s octal Ethernet transceiver

Marvell has announced the Alaska M 88E2180 Gigabit Ethernet transceiver, which it claims to be the first compatible with both the IEEE 802.3bz standard and the NBASE-T AllianceSM specification for 2.5 and 5Gbit/s operation over CAT5e cables.

Solution to maintain colour stability and lumen output

The AS7220 Smart Lighting Manager from ams uses closed-loop sensing to maintain accurate correlated colour temperature (CCT) and lumen output. The company claims the solution could enable a new generation of higher quality LED-based lamps and luminaires.

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