Supercapacitors Only 0.4mm Thick For Smart Cards, e-papers & More!

Murata has launched the world's lowest profile 0.4 mm supercapacitor aimed at peak power assist, required in wearables and other devices. At just 0.4mm...

World’s Smallest Bluetooth Chip Is Only 5mm2

Here's the tiniest Bluetooth chip measuring just 5mm2 ideal for adding Bluetooth communication to any portable electronic device. Not only it is the smallest...

Software Defined Radio Tuner For Car Audio

Supporting the development of high-performance car infotainment systems, NXP has taken a step from today's multi-chip solutions to an ultra-compact multi-tuner RFCMOS chip for...

Style Your Car With New Ambient Lighting Chip!

Melexis has announced new ultra-compact LED driver chips for cost-effective and flexible ambient lighting applications in vehicles. The new configurable LIN (Local Interconnect Network)...

Start Developing ADAS Immediately With New All-in-one Kit!

Renesas speeds the development of next-generation electronic mirrors, driver monitoring and surround view systems for autonomous driving vehicles all at the same time with...

Makers Of T&M! Get A MOSFET Relay That Handles 1.5A In 2.9 mm²!

Here is the world's smallest MOSFET relay that boasts a footprint of just 2.9 mm2, yet it is capable of handling 1.5A. This relay...

Bidirectional Electronic Circuit Breaker For Battery-powered Electronics

Linear Technology has unveiled a circuit protection controller ensuring safe voltage and current levels for 2.5V to 60V electronics in battery-powered automotive, industrial and...

3V “TV Supercapacitors” Offer 20% Higher Backup Power

Eaton announced new TV supercapacitors with 3 V cells that help increase stored energy capacity and power by 20 percent compared to 2.7 V...

Make Voice-controlled Gadgets To Control Your House

Want to build an always-on listening device which can be activated simply by voice or noise, without even pressing a button? Vesper unveils the...

WLAN Amp Makes WiFi Connections Faster For Smartphones & Wearables!

To provide strong WLAN signals available for consumers seeking to connect everywhere, using smartphones, tablets, wearables and small Internet of Things (IoT) devices, NXP...

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