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New Tech Tuesdays: 3 GaN Power Amplifiers for Advanced Radar Systems Tommy Cummings
In this week's New Tech Tuesdays, we'll examine GaN power amplifiers from Analog Devices Inc. and Qorvo and a high-electron-mobility transistor from Wolfspeed/Cree.

Bluetooth® LE Promises Higher Quality Wireless Audio Steven Keeping
Bluetooth® audio is big business, but battery life is short and sound quality less than perfect. But by switching from classic Bluetooth to Bluetooth LE and introducing a new codec, the Bluetooth SIG says the “next generation of wireless audio is just around the corner.”

Establishing Secure Authentication in Automotive Paul Golata
Maxim Integrated, now a part of Analog Devices, offers solutions that ensure vehicle safety and reliability by authenticating automotive components. Learn how the DS28E40 DeepCover® Automotive 1-Wire Authenticator provides embedded security for automotive applications.

New Tech Tuesdays: Check These E-Books to Keep Up with the Latest in Automotive Technology Tommy Cummings
In this week’s New Tech Tuesdays, we’ll review e-books provided by Vishay, Microchip Technology, ROHM Semiconductor, and NXP for design engineers to get up to speed on automotive design.

Nanotechnology’s Impact on Optic and Photonic Technologies Liam Critchley
The need for perfectly crafted optical components has meant that it is harder for some optical technologies to be improved compared to other technologies. The ability of nanomaterials to reflect, absorb, and manipulate light has produced more advanced optical and photonic technologies.

New Tech Tuesdays: Supercapacitors Store Energy and Have Several Other Advantages Tommy Cummings
In this week’s New Tech Tuesdays, we’ll look at a diverse range of supercapacitors from PowerStor/Eaton, AVX, and Capacitech.

Lack of Standards Hinders RPA Adoption Jeff Shepard
Robotic process automation (RPA) is about democratization, and that implies some level of standardization. But there are almost no standardization efforts. So far, the only standard available is a taxonomy from the IEEE, while RPA vendors continue to offer proprietary and disjointed solutions.

Harnessing LoRaWAN® Technology for Good Mouser Staff
LoRaWAN supports the U.N.'s efforts to make cities safe, resilient, and sustainable by transmitting data from wireless air-quality sensor networks to the cloud. The data can be used to trigger measured and proactive interventions to reduce pollution and protect the health of the most vulnerable

New Tech Tuesdays: Amphenol RF Mini-FAKRA Connectors Keep Data-Driven Vehicles Rolling Tommy Cummings
In this week's New Tech Tuesdays, we'll look at Amphenol RF AUTOMATE® Type A Mini-FAKRA Connectors and their applications in new automotive design.

Cube Camera for Artificial Intelligence (AI) Edge Applications Paul Golata
Artificial intelligence requires extreme computational horsepower. Learn how a leading semiconductor supplier is cutting the power cords long associated with achieving AI insights.

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