System Design

Many electronics engineers create board level products, but their boards are integrated into systems at some point. And systems need things like enclosures, power supplies and environmental management.

New Electronics recognises the importance of system design and its impact on the final product. In this section, New Electronics reviews the latest developments in system design and brings visitors to the website information on how these developments are being applied.

Getting up to speed

It’s more than just a race against time when it comes to getting new product introductions to market quickly. By Mike Richardson.

Your move!

How board support packages help to avoid the stalemate of hardware versus software compatibility. By Mike Richardson.

All for one

How the latest Jtag interfaces can be a useful ally in the fight to cut development time. By Mike Richardson.

Feed me!

Power hungry technology continues to make the job of reducing global energy consumption harder than ever. By Mike Richardson.

Meet your maker

How collaboration with the contract manufacturer early in the design process can be a relationship made in heaven. By Mike Richardson.

On the same page

How engineering management software tools help to keep everyone singing from the same song sheet. By Mike Richardson.

The cutting edge

Competition in the open standards based blade market is heating up with the move to 10Gbit/s. By Roy Rubenstein.

An innovation hotbed

Is it hot in here or is it me? How innovation helps system designers radiate less heat and boost efficiency. By Mike Richardson.

Built to last

New telecoms and networking architectures are evolving fast. But are the ATCA and MicroTCA standards built to last? By Mike Richardson.

New flavour, cool taste

How designers are staying cool by developing a taste for metal substrates that remove heat from pcb mounted leds. By Mike Richardson.

Hot predictions

Why today’s system designers prefer software for thermal management predictions instead of a crystal ball! By Mike Richardson.

REDI for VPX?

Military and aerospace are early adopters of VPX, but will the technology find broader application? By Graham Pitcher.

Right here, right now

Today’s customers want it all – right now. But increased innovation escalates the complexity of the development process. By Mike Richardson.

Mine, all mine!

IP is a valuable asset in today’s knowledge economy. So how can you protect it? By Vanessa Knivett.

Life in the fast lane

PCIexpress is fast emerging as one of the frontrunners in providing new possibilities to design products. Mike Richardson reports.

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