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New Tech Tuesdays: Thermal Imaging Has a History, and Its Uses Are Still Heating Up Tommy Cummings
Thermal imaging is based on the science of infrared energy emitted from all objects. Since its early beginnings in defense and military applications, it has been a presence in everyday life.

An Automotive Grade Above Vishay Intertechnology Inc.
Vishay understands the challenge of designing for the road. They design and manufacture the fundamental building blocks of every electronic system. When it comes to automobiles and other types of vehicles, every component is important, down to the last resistor.

Faster EV Charging with SiC Marcel Consée
Electromobility has challenges to overcome. Global environmental issues such as battery production, recycling, and power generation intertwine with individual and practical aspects. Learn how state-of-the-art semiconductor technology helps to solve at least some of the problems.

Connectivity Solutions Enhance the Driving Experience Paul Golata
Transforming commercial and everyday vehicles into connected ones requires high-speed networking and miniaturization to enable power, telematics, networking, electrification, and infotainment.

New Tech Tuesdays: These 3 EMI-Sensitive Solutions Can Manage the Static Tommy Cummings
The automotive electrical environment has a lot going on, with several applications being electromagnetic interference (EMI) sensitive. This means deploying switching regulators that limit the noise and don't exacerbate EMI concerns for design engineers.

Emission-free Utility and Special-purpose Vehicles Julia Krüger
New environmental regulations and the need to balance CO2 emissions make the change from combustion engines to battery-electric drive systems inevitable. This is where the universal vehicle charging inlets from Phoenix Contact can help.

5G Enables AI to Unleash Its Vast Potential Wang Jing
5G’s high bandwidth, low latency, and massive connectivity will drive the rapid AI development. Here, we illustrate the power of 5G via a few application scenarios and demonstrate how the technology can push AI to release its full potential.

Immersive Audio Is Like Life in a Speaker Cabinet Jon Gabay
Louder isn’t always better. Although some musicians and Maxell might disagree, audiophiles and appreciators of sound can take advantage of surround sound and immersive audio. This is more than just the addition of speakers. This is object-oriented sound.

New Tech Tuesdays: These STMicrolectronics Boards Make Noise for EVs Tommy Cummings
Let's look at three boards that, when connected, create and control audible motor sounds in quiet-running vehicles to alert pedestrians of their presence. It's like finding your electric or hybrid vehicle's voice.

Test Kits Speed SPE Automotive Designs Rick Nelson
Automakers are moving to zonal service-oriented architectures in which a high-performance engine-control unit communicates via single-pair Ethernet to multiple sensors and actuators. Two test kits help designers evaluate connector technology as they adapt SPE for automotive system designs.

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