Many Countries Eye 2035 for Serious EV Conversion

//php echo do_shortcode(‘[responsivevoice_button voice=”US English Male” buttontext=”Listen to Post”]’) ?> There are nearly 60 countries that plan to ban the sale of internal-combustion-engine vehicles (ICEVs). There are also more than 45 cities that have ICEV bans or restrictions on future ICEV sales and/or use. In the US, ICEV bans are on the horizon in at … Read more

Retired Batteries Are Viable Options for Energy Storage Systems

//php echo do_shortcode(‘[responsivevoice_button voice=”US English Male” buttontext=”Listen to Post”]’) ?> Finding a technically attractive and cost-efficient way to store energy from intermittent sources, such as solar and wind power, is a major challenge, but one with many possible solutions. Obviously, there is no single “best” solution here, as it depends on the needed electrical capacity, … Read more

EW BrightSparks 2022 profile: Arturas Matusevicius

Here, in our series on the latest EW BrightSparks of 2022we highlight Arturas Matusevicius, the MSc Electronic Power Engineering Student at the University of Northumbria Newcastle upon Tyne. Accomplishment Arturas has a strong aptitude for electronic engineering, having started at a young age spending much of his time working on disassembling consumer electronics. Furthermore, he … Read more

Opinion: Exploring Automated Single-Wafer Ashing of Compound Semiconductors

//php echo do_shortcode(‘[responsivevoice_button voice=”US English Male” buttontext=”Listen to Post”]’) ?> Ashing, in which the light-sensitive coating known as photoresist is removed and cleaned from an etched wafer, is one of the most important and frequently performed steps in chip fabrication. In this step, photoresist organics are “burned off” using a processing tool in which monatomic … Read more

Neuromorphic Chip Gets $1 Million in Pre-Orders

//php echo do_shortcode(‘[responsivevoice_button voice=”US English Male” buttontext=”Listen to Post”]’) ?> Neuromorphic computing company GrAI Matter has $1 million in pre-orders for its GrAI VIP chip, the company told EE Times. The startup has engagement to date from companies across consumer Tier-1s, module makers (including ADLink, Framos, and ERM), US and French government research, automotive Tier-1s … Read more

TIACC: A Collaboration to Accelerate Coexistence

What you’ll learn: The TIACC partnership’s role in collaboration for industrial networking. The four primary benefits of time-sensitive networking. The value of having different networks and devices coexisting on the same physical wire managed with simple system-management tools. TIACC (TSN Industrial Automation Conformance Collaboration) is a unique and important initiative that clearly demonstrates the value … Read more

SDR vs. RFSoC: What’s the Better Transceiver?

Members sing download this article in PDF format. What you’ll learn: Characteristics of transceivers that combine analog, digital, and mixed-signal components, such as SDR, RFSoC/SoC, and DFE technologies. Basics of an SDR and RFSoC/SoC. The advantages/disadvantages of using an SDR with discrete integrated circuits and other components versus a RFSoC/SoC. Transceiver devices are ubiquitous in … Read more

How Can We Innovate Better?

Real innovation is becoming scarce day by day. It is being replaced by fund-raising celebrations. There is no dearth of problems or issues to be tackled; instead, most of them spend a large portion of funds on rebranding, marketing, and serving unsustainable claims One of the perennial questions I have been asking every startup I … Read more

A Guide for Solving the PS56 Black Screen Issue

The latest PS5 model is being praised for its 8k resolution and massive 4k resolution support. Hence, you can get the best gaming experience with immersive graphics that enhance your gaming experience. Despite its fast loading feature, many users are experiencing a new problem. Those using their PS5 console with a TV often experience screen … Read more