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The military wants ruggedized and portable 3D printers that can be used in the field to fabricate medical tools and biomaterials as needed.
2020 has been a challenging year for us all. The Covid-19 outbreak has impacted every aspect of our lives, from the way we live and…
The U.S. Army is evaluating new recharging technologies coupled with AI/ML to enable small drones to autonomously recharge faster.
Semtech’s IN5822 QPL Schottky diode meets the JANS qualification for space-grade applications, opening up new satellite and spacecraft markets.
Microchip has developed high-speed ADCs with extended-temperature operation for harsh applications, including military/aerospace, industrial and automotive.
DARPA’s near-zero-power sensor technologies have extended battery lifetimes from four weeks to up to four years, but more work needs to be done.
Designers’ nightmare of mounting printed circuit board (PCB), without jeopardizing proficiency, has unveiled a new product from International Rectifier HiRel Products (IR HiRel), an Infineon…
On this day in tech history, Nancy Currie-Gregg, an engineer, US Army officer, and NASA astronaut, was born in Delaware.
Manufacturers of long-lifecycle products have been trying to “manage” component obsolescence for decades. The decision to end a device’s useful life (EOL) is solely in the hands of original component manufacturers (OCMs). Therefore, equipment manufacturers (OEMs) have been largely forced into a reactive, rather than proactive, stance in terms of obsolescence management. The challenges have…