Posts Tagged ‘blogs’

Top 10 most popular articles on ElectronicsWeekly.com

Here are the top ten most popular articles on ElectronicsWeekly.com in the last week, with Qualcomm’s Quick Charge, Imagination, FPGAs, Android updates and Raspberry Pi home alarms figuring prominently…

10. Xilinx makes FPGAs look more “Asic-like” than ever before

9. Fairchild opens power fab

8. Imagination reveals…

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Only Connect: On Mil Spec cables #2

In my previous blogs I have discussed Military Specification connectors. This week, however, I want to discuss what exactly is the difference between a normal cable and a Mill Spec cable and why does Mill Spec automatically come with a high price tag?

The answer on the face of it…

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Only Connect: On good use of Multimedia #3

In my previous blogs in this series I have highlighted the clever use of multimedia to highlight a new product or service (see here and here) and this weeks blog is no exception.

PEI Genesis are one of the largest global connector distributors specialising in the higher end of the…

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Top 10 most popular articles on ElectronicsWeekly.com

Here are the top ten most popular articles on ElectronicsWeekly.com in the last week, with ST, TSMC, Raspberry Pi, Android and FD-SOI figuring prominently…

See what your peers have been reading. In reverse order:

10. There’ll always be Amiga – enter the Pi powered version

9. Tidal power…

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UPDATE: Electronics Weekly site search powered by Google

UPDATE: I’m pleased to say Google has now added ‘search-by-date’ functionality (which a few of you requested) to its Custom Search Site software, so we’ve just plugged it in. Give it a go! And thanks to those who have left such feedback, please keep it coming…

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Engineer in Wonderland wanders to new home

I’m very happy to announce that the Engineer in Wonderland blog now has a home of its very own, devoted 100% to the many and various – large and small – wonders of engineering…

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Comment on Electronics Weekly news articles

Just a quick post to flag that you can now leave comments on Electronics Weekly news articles! You could always post comments on our blogs, but now news pieces have caught up, too.The comment functionality is powered by Disqus software. This is widely used on the Web and, while…

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Only Connect: Red toxic sludge points the way (Going Green #3)

Welcome to another post in the series Only Connect. It is written by Nick Locke, of Nicab Ltd, who has over 15 years experience in the electronics manufacturing industry specialising in interconnection cable assembly.We will have all seen in the news recently the devastating effects of the leak of…

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Only Connect: Proud of the Made In UK mark

Welcome to another post in a new series – Only Connect – by Nick Locke, of Nicab Ltd, who has over 15 years experience in the electronics manufacturing industry specialising in interconnection cable assembly.In my previous blogs I have discussed manufacturing in the UK and how we must first create a…

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Hello Toulouse

Just a quick note to say this Web Editor is off on holiday for a week. Electro-ramblings will be rambling away, off to the south-west of France. Toulouse, to be precise. Home of the Galileo positioning system, Europe’s largest satellite manufacturer, one of the oldest universities in…

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