In lieu of the given applications and industry efforts, many enterprises and industries are now viewing silicon photonics as an inevitable component for computers and monitoring devices. As the technology is touted to mature in the coming years, chances are that supercomputers would likely reach the exascale speed around human brain’s processing power at the neural level.
One of the main challenges of performing analysis upstream is incomplete models used in analysis. Normally the full physical layouts from which extractions are performed on interconnect do not yet exist. So how does one fill in the blanks to perform early analysis?
Inexpensive and easy to operate, brush DC motors provide the ideal balance of performance at the right price in industries such as automotive, aerospace, medical, industrial, appliance, consumer and home automation products.
A micromodule device resembles a surface mount IC; however, they include all the necessary support components that would normally be used to construct a power conversion circuit. This includes a DC/DC controller, MOSFET dice, magnetics, capacitors and resistors and so on, all mounted on a thermally efficient laminate substrate. They are then encapsulated using a plastic mold cap. The result was a complete power supply that can be simply adhered to a printed circuit board. Read about the evolution of this device.
Ransom Stephens describes himself as physicist, author and technologist. Add life coach to that list, which he aptly played delivering one of the two keynotes at the Electronic Design Innovation Conference (EDI CON) last week in Santa Clara. Titled “Innovation, Incorporation, and Integrity,” Stephens riffed on why we work and not losing sight of our values and calling.