With its tiny 1.2mm x 1.3mm outline and typical current of only 900nA, the TSU111 nano-power op amp helps cut the size and energy needs of analogue circuits to the bare minimum in medical monitors, wearable electronics, gas detectors, pH sensors, infrared motion sensors, and payment tags. The TSU111’s low operating current is on par … Continue reading Nano amp allows devices to run longer as battery discharges
Segway has debuted its One S1 at brick and mortar retailers throughout North America. “It makes great sense to unveil the One S1 to retail buyers at CES and give them a unique opportunity to evaluate its features, accessories and point of purchase displays first-hand, as well as see a comprehensive product demonstration, check out … Continue reading Segway releases cool-looking One S1
Battery manufacturers seeking to extend flight times for airborne drones can look to Australian nanotechnology start-up Nano-Nouvelle as a company who is developing a solution to the issue. The Sunshine Coast-based company is developing nanotechnology that can boost the energy storage capacity of lithium ion batteries by as much as 50 per cent. This year, … Continue reading Aussie company working to extend drone battery life
What next after OLED televisions? How about an invisible television? One that ‘melts’ into the background when it is switched off. Earlier this week Panasonic unveiled its latest version of a television that is almost invisible to the naked eye when in ‘off’ mode. Shown at the CEATEC electronics expo in Japan, the unit looks … Continue reading Invisible television on its way
e2v, a leader in the high-reliability semiconductor market, and Peregrine Semiconductor Corp., founder of RF SOI (silicon on insulator) and pioneer of advanced RF solutions, have introduced the PE97640, an ultra-low phase noise FRAC-N phase-locked loop (PLL) for commercial space applications. Available exclusively through e2v, the PE97640 is the first new space product since e2v … Continue reading Ultra-low phase noise phase-locked loop for commercial applications
Conxall Mini-Con-X and Switchcraft EN3s are now available with 2-Metre cable for 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 8 position connectors with straight or right angle overmoulds. The cable is able to withstand harsh environments, is blunt cut on the opposite end for maximum flexibility and colour coded tissue paper separates conductor wires for easy … Continue reading 2m cables with new position connectors
RESEARCH into nanotechnology will receive a major boost in April 2016, as the Australian Institute for Nanoscale Science and Technology launches at the University of Sydney.
NANOSTRUCTURED silicon field-effect transistors are at the centre of an ultrasensitive cancer sensing technology developed by a collaborative team from UniSA and researchers from Germany.
NANOTECHNOLOGY and optoelectronics researcher Professor Chennupati Jagadish has been awarded Australia’s highest honour for his service to physics and engineering.
DESIGNING efficient nanoelectronic devices could be more difficult than previous thought, as researchers from Monash University find nanoscale components are subject to severe electronic effects.
UNIVERSITY of Wollongong physicists have discovered a new method of constructing nanowires for use as semiconductors, which promises enhancements for building advanced electronic and photonic devices.
AUSTRALIAN and Indian scientists and researchers came together to discuss the use of Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS) and nanotechnology to enhance sustainable agriculture and healthcare.
AUSTRALIAN physicists have found a way to confine electromagnetic energy and stop it from leaking away, which could lead to new laser technology and be used in quantum computers.
RESEARCHERS from Michigan Technological University hope to combine graphene and boron nitride nanotube insulators to create heterojunctions for transistors, without using any semiconductor.
STMICROELECTRONICS will work with the French Institute of Materials, Microelectronics and Nanosciences to develop next-gen high-reliability, ultra-miniaturised electronic components.
WESTERN Mining Network has signed a Memorandum of Understanding to acquire up to a 51 percent stake in South Korean Carbon Nano-Material Technology.
THE QUEENSLAND University of Technology is holding an international workshop and school on Nanotechnology.
AN ITALIAN company has developed a new LED light source which simulates sunlight – down to the atmospheric interactions that characterise its appearance.
SILICENE, a material consisting of an atom-thick layer of silicon, has been successfully used to make a transistor.
FLEXIBLE electronics that balance high performance with long battery life could soon be a reality, thanks to carbon a nanotube transistors breakthrough.