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MINIATURE-ATOMIC-CLOCK-MAC-–-SA5X-IS-ONLY-2-X-2″

MINIATURE ATOMIC CLOCK (MAC – SA5X) IS ONLY 2 X 2″

Miniature Atomic Clock (MAC – SA5X) Rubidium Oscillator, re-designed for improved stability and new features. The MAC-SA5X is designed for applications that require long-term atomic oscillator stability, but are constrained by size and low power requirements. Versatile Microchip’s next-generation MAC-SA5X miniaturized rubidium atomic clock produces a stable time and frequency reference that maintains a high degree …

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INCANDESCENT LIGHT BULBS AT THE NANOSCALE

INCANDESCENT LIGHT BULBS AT THE NANOSCALE

Using tiny arrays of carbon nanotubes, a team of researchers at Rice University has designed nanoscale incandescent light source that could be tuned to precisely emit at specific wavelength, based on the materials’ configuration. The so-called nanoscale thermal emitters described in a paper titled “Non‐Hermitian Selective Thermal Emitters using Metal–Semiconductor Hybrid Resonators” published in the journal of …

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TEENY-TINY BLUETOOTH TRANSMITTER RUNS ON LESS THAN 1 MW

TEENY-TINY BLUETOOTH TRANSMITTER RUNS ON LESS THAN 1 MW

The Bluetooth transmitter chip [lavender, right] is connected to a magnetic monopole antenna [green, far right], which acts as an integral part of the transmitter’s resonator circuit. The left half of the circuit board is only for test purposes. You’re probably swimming in Bluetooth radio signals right now. But none of those are coming from …

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Octavo Creates a 1GHz Computer That Fits into A 27x27mm SiP Package

Octavo Creates a 1GHz Computer That Fits into A 27x27mm SiP Package

The OSD335x C-SiP System-in-Package (SiP) developed by Octavo, is a concept package that is modeled on its previous Sitara AM335x based SiP by including up to 16GB eMMC, an oscillator along with 1GB DDR3, PMIC, LDO, and EEPROM. The OSD335x C-SiP, is the most consolidated System-In-Package (SiP) module ever made. Modeled like its predecessors, the …

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