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November 21, 2017 by Sohail Kamal, West Coast Correspondent

Ecoation acknowledged for its crop health management technology

West Tech Report: EP&T

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November 14, 2017 by APWireless Canada

What do we need to know about 5G?

You probably have already heard about the promises of 5G technology in the media. In this article, you will find out more about what 5G means and how this innovative technology can impact you and your daily routine. Technology in

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November 7, 2017 by Brad Doerr and Ailee Grumbine, Keysight Technologies Inc.

Stop wasting time and money by struggling with data analytics while designing T+M experiments

Deliver products to market faster by using modern data analytics tools

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October 31, 2017 by David Mathew, senior technical writer, Audio Precision

The six basic audio measurements

David Mathew, of audio analyzer manufacturer Audio Precision, explains the six main tests that lie at the heart of all audio testing.

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October 24, 2017 by MEGA Electronics Inc.

Power supplies and cords for medical equipment

Helpful steps on meeting IEC Standards

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October 24, 2017 by Edward Hughes, CEO of Aculon

Nanotechnology-based electronics waterproofing technology

The miniaturization of electronic products continues to drive printed circuit board (pcb) manufacturing towards smaller and more densely packed boards with increased electronic capabilities. With virtually every electronic device containing at least one pcb, they are a modern marvel and

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October 16, 2017 by Mike Bolduc, global marketing manager, C&K

Switches matter in today’s automated factories

The Internet of things (IoT) trend is impacting almost every facet of modern life, ranging from smart homes to smart cities. One area which appears to hold promise for real gains in efficiency and productivity is the smart factory. Commonly

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October 10, 2017 by Wally Johnson, VP finance, supply and IT, Firstronic

Avoiding supply chain disruption requires an old school approach

The electronics supply chain has now entered the perfect storm. Pre-Harvey and Irma, the passive component (resistors and capacitors) market was already in rough waters. Over the last year, lead-times became unusually long because demand for these parts has grown

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October 3, 2017 by Stephen Law

Waterloo startup NanoCnet rolls out next gen Nanomaterial for flexible transparent electrodes

EP&T Magazine conducted an exclusive Question & Answer session with NanoCnet co-founders Dr. Hadi Hosseinzadeh Khaligh, CEO and Dr. Ehsan Mazbanrad, COO Company synopsis: NanoCnet Ltd. is a Waterloo-based startup company established in 2016 with the objective to manufacture silver

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September 26, 2017 by Andy Wei, senior technology fellow, TechInsights

10nm Process rollout marching right along

The first set of Samsung Galaxy S8 teardowns provided access to the first SoCs produced on “10 nm” class technology. The first company to produce the 10 nm was Qualcomm with the Snapdragon 835, which was built on Samsung LSI

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September 19, 2017 by Phill Shaw, senior product manager for board level products, HARTING North America

How DIN components keep finding new relevance

As newer connector designs evolve, offering higher transmission speeds and smaller contact spacing, some traditional connector series continue to develop new features of their own to maintain market relevance. Take the standard DIN 41 612 electrical connector. Its demise has

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September 12, 2017 by Kim Rowe, CEO and founder of RoweBots Ltd.

Speed the development of wearable devices with a solid, targeted platform

The IoT world is expanding on all fronts, including the demand for wearable devices for a range of consumer needs and also for medical devices that can free wearers from home confinement. A targeted MCU/RTOS combination with the proper features can speed development for successful designs.