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Upgraded LoRaWAN gateway adds Node-RED support

2021-06-24 20:33 LinuxGizmos Jeff Child

ICP Germany has upgraded its “UG65” LoRaWAN gateway to add Node-RED support. The unit supports 8 simultaneous LoRa channels and more than 2,000 LoRaWAN nodes, along with Ethernet, Wi-Fi and cellular (optional) connectivity. We missed covering ICP Germany’s UG65 LoRaWAN gateway when it was first announced in mid-March. Now the company has upgraded the UG65 […]

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The European Bloodbath

2021-06-24 15:23 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

Has the EU staunched the Euro-bloodbath, or was it NATO, or the UN, or jet planes opening up European travel to the masses? Whichever it is, Europe has remained relatively peaceful since the mid-20th century. Peter Brecke’s Conflict Catalog documents violent deaths in 3,708 conflicts going all the way back to 1400. The following infographic estimates ...

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Fable: The Car Company Which Owned Six Chip Companies

2021-06-24 15:06 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

29 years ago there was a car company which, as a result of M&A, found itself owning six semiconductor companies in four countries. They were very different companies ranging from analogue, to memory and processors, to power, comms, discretes, bipolar, opto and ASICs. Collectively they had five fabs – one in the USA and four ...

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NVIDIA TAO Transfer Learning Toolkit (TLT) 3.0 released with pre-trained models

2021-06-24 14:59 CNXSoft Jean-Luc Aufranc (CNXSoft)

NVIDIA first introduced the TAO (Train, Adapt and Optimize) framework to eases AI model training...

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Prism Electronics celebrates 30 years in Cambridgeshire

2021-06-24 14:53 ElectronicsWeekly Steve Bush

Cambridgeshire-based Prism Electronics is celebrating 30 years manufacturing PCB assemblies. Based in St Ives, Prism’s products are using in instrumentation, medicine, transportation, communications, security, telemetry and industrial applications. It was established in 1991 when David Aspinall and Richard Walton arranged a management buy-out of their employer’s manufacturing division. “Contract electronics manufacturing was not yet well ...

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PGA2040 is Compact Raspberry Pi RP2040 Breakout Board by Pimoroni

2021-06-24 12:27 CNXSoft Saumitra Jagdale

Pimoroni is known for its development boards with a small form factor. PGA2040 is another...

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Segger adds an IoT operating system: emPower OS

2021-06-24 12:25 ElectronicsWeekly Steve Bush

Segger has created an operating system for industrial and IoT products, building it on existing tools from its range. “The emPower OS software package includes all core components: RTOS, GUI and file System, and communication software: TCP/IP, USB device, USB host and Modbus, as well as IoT Toolkit, security and compression modules,” according to the ...

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5kV 3 phase PSU for industry

2021-06-24 11:57 ElectronicsWeekly Steve Bush

XP Power has announced a series of three-phase 5kW ac-dc power supplies aimed at industrial electronics, process control, semiconductor fabrication, medical devices, LED lighting, water treatment, test and burn-in. Designed to run from inputs across 180 to 264Vac with full load, the supplies need an earth connection but not, the company emphasises, a neutral connection. ...

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Avnet AVT9152 – nRF52840 + nRF91 IoT module and devkit

2021-06-24 11:31 CNXSoft Jean-Luc Aufranc (CNXSoft)

Avnet AVT9152 is an IoT module and development kit that combines two Nordic Semi wireless...

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Tower to share ST Agrate fab

2021-06-24 11:30 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

Tower Semiconductor, the Israeli foundry, is to share a 300mm fab with ST in Agrate. “The key parameter for industrial and economic performance of a fab is its utilization,” says ST CEO Jean-Marc Chery (pictured), “with Tower we have a great partner for analogue, power and mixed-signal volume manufacturing that will enable us to qualify ...

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University of Cambridge micro-LED company gets £3m

2021-06-24 09:00 ElectronicsWeekly Steve Bush

University of Cambridge micro-LED spin-out Porotech has raised £3m towards the development of its production technique and to develop its own supply chain ecosystem to help develop and produce products. Despite only spinning out in January 2020, Porotech claims to have been generating revenue for 10 months and be “working with some of the biggest global names in ...

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UK O-RAN lab opens today

2021-06-24 07:31 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

A new lab to speed up the development of 5G communication kit and help Britain diversify its supply chains will be launched today. The government-backed £1 million SONIC Labs will help accelerate the adoption of ‘Open RAN’ technology which is a major pillar of the government’s 5G Diversification Strategy. The strategy aims to build a ...

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UK satellites get a lift on SpaceX Falcon Heavy

2021-06-24 07:28 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

Monitoring and tackling climate change and tracking endangered wildlife are among the features of three UK-built satellites set to launch on a SpaceX rocket tomorrow. UK companies have received nearly £15 million from the UK Space Agency, through the European Space Agency’s Pioneer Partnership Programme, to develop the trio of satellites due to lift off ...

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Fujitsu offers commercial simulations on Fugaku

2021-06-24 07:23 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

Fujitsu says it has used the world’s fastest supercomputer, Fugaku, to demonstrate the feasibility of high performance, large-scale, very high-definition analyses with commercial applications widely used in the industrial field for simulations including fluid dynamics. The trials were conducted in collaboration with a number of application vendors between November 2020 and May 2021. Fujitsu and ...

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Filtronic re-shores China manufacturing operation

2021-06-24 07:12 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

Filtronic, the RF, microwave, and mmWave specialist, says it has re-shored from China to the USA the manufacturing of a critical communications product for the US public safety market. Working with its leading OEM client, Filtronic was able to re-shore product assembly and supply chain from China to Salisbury, Maryland, USA to improve equipment lead-times. “Reshoring ...

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ESA invites mobile app developers to Space App Camp 2021

2021-06-24 07:10 ElectronicsWeekly Alun Williams

An invitation from the European Space Agency (ESA) – it is looking for applications to join its Space App Camp 2021. It is inviting up to 25 mobile app developers and specialists in artificial and machine learning related to observing Earth from space to sign up for its annual Space App Camp programme. It will ...

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Olimex ships SoM and eval board based on STM32MP1

2021-06-23 20:50 LinuxGizmos Jeff Child

Olimex has released its first STM32MP1 SoC-based boards: The STMP15X-SOM SoM and the STMP1(A13)-EVB eval board. The eval board functions as carrier for the STMP15X-SOM or Olimex’s earlier A13-based SoM. Bulgaria-based Olimex, best known for its open spec OLinuXino SBCs, has announced the availability of its first based on STMicroelectonics’ STM32MP1 dual-core Arm Cortex-A7/M4 SoC. […]

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Memory protection instructions defend against hackers

2021-06-23 19:03 ElectronicsWeekly Steve Bush

Engineers at Columbia University are defending memory against hackers by adding defensive commands to processor instruction sets. “Memory safety has been a problem for nearly 40 years and numerous solutions have been proposed, according to Columbia computer scientist Simha Sethumadhavan. “We believe that memory safety continues to be a problem because it does not distribute the ...

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INWED21: In My Defence – A poem celebrating women in engineering

2021-06-23 18:35 ElectronicsWeekly Alun Williams

Today is International Women in Engineering Day 2021, celebrating the work of women engineers around the world and helping to raise their profile. To help mark the day, we’re turning to poetry… Yes, that’s right. Leonardo, the aerospace specialists, kindly shared with us a poem written by the most senior female engineer within their electronics ...

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IAR Systems adds support for AndeStar V5 Risc-V

2021-06-23 15:30 ElectronicsWeekly Steve Bush

IAR Systems has added support for AndeStar V5 Risc-V Performance Extension to Embedded Workbench for Risc-V. The toolchain supports all 32bit Andes V5 Risc-V cores, including N22, N25F, D25F, A25, A27, N45, D45 and A45. Risc-V Packed SIMD/DSP extension specification (RVP draft) and the corresponding intrinsic functions as well as Andes DSP libraries are supported. “AndeStar ...

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Benchmarking TinyML with MLPerf Tiny Inference Benchmark

2021-06-23 14:54 CNXSoft Jean-Luc Aufranc (CNXSoft)

As machine learning moves to microcontrollers, something referred to as TinyML, new tools are needed...

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The Post-Bug Economy

2021-06-23 14:00 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

Twice now, since the end of this last lockdown, I’ve been told to order food in a pub using a QR code. Both times, although the ordering has been a bit of a struggle, the food has arrived in double-quick time once ordered. In some ways even the ordering process is more efficient because it ...

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Silicon 600V 12A diodes push back against SiC for PFC

2021-06-23 12:39 ElectronicsWeekly Steve Bush

Power Integrations has announced a 600V 12A diode with a typical reverse recovery charge (Qrr) of 14nC at 25°C, claiming this as an industry best. “The Qrr of these new Qspeed diodes is half that of the next best ultra-fast silicon diodes, resulting in high system efficiency,” according to company marketing manager Edward Ong. “This is particularly ...

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What is Arduino interrupt latency? And how to shorten it

2021-06-23 10:55 ElectronicsWeekly Steve Bush

Oh I wish I was the one providing this information, but instead I found such an thorough and well thought-through answer on StackExchange that I thought I had to point it out. So, t0 the question: What is AVR Arduino interrupt latency? And how can it be shortened The answers can be found in this StackExchange ...

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Xilinx adds machine learning optimisation to Vivado to accelerate design cycle

2021-06-23 10:20 ElectronicsWeekly Caroline Hayes

Claiming to be able to reduce design compile times by a factor of five, Xilinx has launched the Vivado ML Editions tool suite. The latest addition to the company’s Vivado tool suite is believed to be the first FPGA EDA tool suite based on machine learning (ML) optimisation algorithms. In addition to faster compile times, ...

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Rise in numbers for women in engineering

2021-06-23 10:00 ElectronicsWeekly Caroline Hayes

On International Women in Engineering day (23 June), EngineeringUK reports a 12% increase in the number of women working in engineering compared with 2018. The starting point was quite low, however, just 12% of the workforce in Q2 2018, compared with 14.5% in Q2 2020. The data is taken from the Labour Force Survey Q3 ...

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LILYGO Mini E-Paper Core combines ESP32 with 1.02-inch ePaper Display in 3D printed enclosure

2021-06-23 09:45 CNXSoft Jean-Luc Aufranc (CNXSoft)

LILYGO Mini E-Paper Core is another ESP32-based e-Paper display by LILYGO, but it’s a really...

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Capex and capacity

2021-06-23 08:53 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

Semiconductor manufacturers are expanding capital spending in 2021 and beyond to help alleviate shortages, writes Semiconductor Intelligence. In addition, many governments around the world are proposing funding to support semiconductor manufacturing in their countries. The United States Senate this month approved a bill which includes $52 billion to fund semiconductor research, design, and manufacturing. The ...

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GloFo to build new $4bn fab

2021-06-23 07:32 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

Globalfoundries is to build a new $4 billion fab on its Singapore campus. The Singapore Economic Development Board and co-investments from committed customers have helped to fund the fab, With worldwide semiconductor revenue projected to increase 2.1 times in the next eight years, according to GloFo, the company has planned capacity expansions at all its manufacturing sites in the U.S., ...

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ADI and Keysight hook up on O-RAN

2021-06-23 07:31 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

ADI and Keysight Technologies are to accelerate network interoperability and compliance testing for Open RAN radio units (O-RUs). The companies are collaborating to create a robust test bench to verify the interoperability of a new O-RU that includes ADI’s low-PHY baseband, software defined transceiver, power and clock integrated with an Intel©FPGA. Applying Keysight’s Open RAN emulation, ...

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Sales of MEMS sensors and actuators to grow 16% this year

2021-06-23 07:22 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

MEMS sensors and actuators made are expected to grow about 16% in 2021 to a record-high $15.9 billion after an 11% increase in 2020, according to IC Insights’ 2021 O-S-D Report—A Market Analysis and Forecast for Optoelectronics, Sensors/Actuators, and Discretes. Total sales of MEMS-based pressure sensors, microphone chips, accelerometers, gyroscope devices, and actuators are expected ...

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SiFive Performance P550 is the fastest 64-bit RISC-V processor so far

2021-06-23 06:27 CNXSoft Jean-Luc Aufranc (CNXSoft)

SiFive has announced two RISC-V “Performance” cores with Performance P550 that should be the fastest...

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Top Ten (less five) Chromebook Vendors

2021-06-23 02:00 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

Thanks to IDC for this one – the top five Chromebook vendors in Q1: Top Five Chromebook Companies, Worldwide Shipments, Market Share, and Year-Over-Year Growth, Q1 2021 (Preliminary results, combined company view for the current quarter only, shipments in millions) Company 1Q21 Shipments 1Q21 Market Share 1Q20 Shipments 1Q20 Market Share Year-Over Year Growth 1. ...

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SiFive’s highest performance Risc-V IP

2021-06-22 16:23 ElectronicsWeekly Steve Bush

SiFive has announced its highest performance implementation of a Risc-V core yet. Called the Performance P550, the intellectual property is said to deliver a SPECInt 2006 score of 8.65/GHz, “making it the highest performance Risc-V processor available today, and comparable to existing proprietary solutions in the application processor space” according to the company. THis is ...

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DevBoard watch: RoKit, the flexible electronics development kit

2021-06-22 16:01 ElectronicsWeekly Alun Williams

Check this one out - RoKit, which is described as an open platform flexible electronics development kit, from Royole.

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SiFive launches Cortex-A75 like RISC-V core debuting on Intel dev kit

2021-06-22 15:58 LinuxGizmos Eric Brown

SiFive has launched a Cortex-A75 like, RISC-V RV64GC “Performance P550” core plus a lower-end “Performance P270” that adds RVV extensions. The P550 core is being deployed by Intel in a new RISC-V dev platform. In Oct. 2019, leading RISC-V IP developer SiFive, Inc. announced a next-gen U8-Series platform for high-end Linux driven processors, starting with […]

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APEC 2021: Critical conduction mode totem pole PFC controller

2021-06-22 15:38 ElectronicsWeekly Steve Bush

ON Semiconductor is introducing a critical conduction mode ‘bridge-less’ totem-pole PFC (power factor correction) controller, claiming it to be industry’s first dedicated IC. Bridge-less in this case is a misnomer. It indicates no front-end diode bridge (saving the diode drops), which is instead replaced with a bridge of four transistors- two in a totem-pole operating at ...

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Ugly Head

2021-06-22 15:30 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

Inflation is rearing its ugly head in the USA. The Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers (CPI-U) indicates that the broad CPI for all items is up 5% y-o-y and the core CPI which excludes the more volatile items like food and energy, was up3.8% y-o-y. < EWhile the increase in the ...

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UK made: pancake motor rescues weather balloon tracker

2021-06-22 12:56 ElectronicsWeekly Steve Bush

Printed Motor Works of Hampshire is making a replacement servo motor for a weather balloon tracker made by South African company InterMet, after the original became unobtainable. “The discontinued motor had a very low profile which enabled it to fit within the base plate of the antenna’s turntable mount,” according to PMW. “It also had ...

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PC-based Logic Analyzers Comparison: PGY-LA-EMBD vs Logic16 Pro vs SP209

2021-06-22 12:35 CNXSoft Saumitra Jagdale

Building an embedded system requires multiple devices to communicate with the central processor, generally through...

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350W medical PSU peaks at 1kW

2021-06-22 12:29 ElectronicsWeekly Steve Bush

TDK-Lambda has introduced a series of ac-dc mains power supplies rated at 350W convection, 500W with forced air and 1kW peak. Called CUS350MP, the PSUs have medical and industrial safety certifications. Input can vary across 85 to 265Vac (with leakage current <300µA). Four output voltages are available: 24, 30, 36 and 48V, plus a 5V 300mA isolated stand-by voltage – ...

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Posture correction smart sensor helps you sit or stand upright

2021-06-22 10:02 CNXSoft Jean-Luc Aufranc (CNXSoft)

It’s easy to adopt a bad posture either while sitting in front of a computer...

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Glitch-free power-up from Maxim

2021-06-22 07:12 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

Designers can now enhance system reliability in low-voltage IoT applications with the Essential Analog MAX16162 nanoPower supervisor with glitch-free power-up from Maxim. This supervisor IC claims to be the industry’s first to fully assert a system reset through the entire system power supply ramp; thereby eliminating low-voltage glitches during power-up and delivering higher system reliability. ...

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The National Space Propulsion Test Facility is rocket testing

2021-06-22 07:10 ElectronicsWeekly Alun Williams

A UK rocket test facility has been unveiled by the Science Minister Amanda Solloway – the National Space Propulsion Test Facility (NSPTF), located at the Westcott Space Cluster in Aylesbury. The centre is designed to allow companies and universities to test state-of-the-art propulsion engines which are used to move small satellites in space. It could ...

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Cliff adds multi-fibre push-on connector

2021-06-22 07:10 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

Cliff Electronics have added a MTP/MTO (multi-fibre push on) connector to their FeedThrough connector range which allows through-panel connection of standard 12-72 multimode optical fibre cables. Demand for MTP/MTO connectivity is being driven by the development of 40G and 100G transceivers with MPO ports commonly used for data transmission over short distances to connect ports ...

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ON Semi drivers for developing LED luminaires

2021-06-22 07:00 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

ON Semiconductor has announced two LED drivers which allow manufacturers to develop LED luminaires with light-based positioning technology and visible light communication. By adding data intelligence and accurate positioning (up to 30 cm), these solutions will revolutionize lighting in a variety of spaces including supermarkets, warehouses, hospitals, and airports. The NCL31000 from ON Semiconductor is ...

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Software bills of materials (SBOM) could help improve cybersecurity

2021-06-22 06:39 CNXSoft Jean-Luc Aufranc (CNXSoft)

There have been some widely publicized hacks in recent months including the SolarWinds hack and...

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Software-based neural video decoder leverages AI accelerator on Snapdragon 888

2021-06-22 05:37 CNXSoft Jean-Luc Aufranc (CNXSoft)

Sometimes hardware blocks got to work on tasks they were not initially designed to handle....

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Diamond Thermistors

2021-06-22 02:00 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

Recently there has been a great deal of interest in the use of semiconducting diamond in thermistors and other devices. So, 61 years ago, started a story in Electronics Weekly’s edition of December 21st 1960. The story continues: The Diamond Research Laboratory in Johannesburg is engaged on a programme of research into the properties of ...

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Tiny i.MX8M Mini module also ships on dev kit with Digi XBee

2021-06-21 22:22 LinuxGizmos Eric Brown

Digi’s rugged “ConnectCore 8M Mini” module runs Linux or Android on an i.MX8M Mini with Digi TrustFence security, up to 2GB LPDDR4 and 8GB eMMC, and 802.11ac/Bluetooth 5.0. A dev kit offers mini-PCIe and Digi XBee expansion. Digi has launched a Digi ConnectCore 8M Mini module and development kit that feature NXP’s i.MX8M Mini and […]

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