Electronica 2012 – Latest News Roundup

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A concise roundup of all the latest news and developments from around Electronica 2012, which runs 13-16 November in Munich, at the Messe Munchen.

16 Nov 2012

Electronica: FTDI goes Android

Electronica: ADI designs high speed FPGA interface board

Electronica: Microsemi uses GaN in high power RF transistor

15 Nov 2012

Electronica: Vicor AC-DC module has isolation and PFC

Electronica: Fairchild sampling SiC transistors

Electronica: IR moves into IGBTs for industrial motor drives

14 Nov 2012

Electronica: TTI expands German assembly offer

Electronica: 2% LDO from Advanced Power

Electronica: AVX breaks 100V with tantalum polymer caps

Electronica: ITT connector cuts weight for mass-transit

Electronica: 1.25mm hi-rel connectors from Harwin

Electronica: 90% efficient mains LED driver from Power Integrations

Electronica: IDT chip cuts glitches in 4G/3G basestations

Electronics patent of the month: Identify rendering delays for displays

Electronica: Free-thinking at Murata

Electronica: The Company Which Nobody Leaves

Electronica: Grid needs to move from AC to DC, says Infineon CEO

Electronica: ON Semi drives LEDs with constant current

Electronica: Microchip shows 3D gesture control technology

Electronica: Siemens and ams design novel medical imager

13 Nov 2012

Electronica: RFMD to buy CMOS RF chip firm Amalfi

Electronica: NXP and Freescale CEOs defend role of private equity

Electronica: Murata shows ‘smallest’ HF-band RFID tag

Electronica: Energy Micro adds M0plus and M4F

Electronica: Xilinx unveils 20nm roadmap

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12 Nov 2012

Electronica: Digi-Key majors on Europe

Electronica: Everspin launches spin-torque 64Mbit MRAM

Electronica: Lattice signs global deal with Premier Farnell

Electronica: Ericsson sees benefits in digital power

07 Nov 2012

Cars will be designed like chips, says Mentor CEO

Bulgin demos tough push-pull connector at the show

02 Nov 2012

Electronica 2012: Energy Micro offers free Gecko kits

EBV brings China’s SIMCom wireless modules to Europe

Sensors enjoy energy boost, says Omron Europe chief

30 Oct 2012

ADI v-p names five top European markets

Raspberry Pi looks for global market

Empower next generation of engineers, says MathWorks exec

26 Oct 2012

Invest for future in a downturn, says Linear CEO

Distributors must widen horizons, says Arrow Europe president

French government backs long term research projects

25 Oct 2012

Europe must address engineering shortfall, warns chip CEO

Will Europe end year with an upturn?

Atmel CEO sees this as the age of the microcontroller

Europe’s future is looking greener, says Toshiba president

Microchip CEO sees potential for growth without a killer app

23 Oct 2012

Electronica 2012: Arduino’s singing umbrella

Electronica 2012: Densitron launches e-paper display kit

Teledyne LeCroy launches second-gen 12bit resolution scopes

Plessey designs handheld ECG monitor

Electronica 2012: Tackling component obsolescence

19 Oct 2012

Everything will have an IP address, says NXP CEO Rick Clemmer

Mouser majors on Qi wireless charging devices

ST makes 28nm FD-SOI process affordable for universities

18 Oct 2012

Digi-Key signs Touchstone for low power analogue

Tektronix slashes cost of scopes

EnOcean adds secure data link to energy harvester switch

17 Oct 2012

Raspberry Pi gets more memory for Android 4.0

 

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