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22.11.2017 - 23:45 //Electronics News
Spin current from heat: new material increases efficiency
Spin current from heat: new material increases efficiency

Physicists at Bielefeld University have found a way to use the heat from electronic devices to create energy, applying the heat to generate magnetic signals known as ‘spin currents’. According to researchers it could be possible in the future to use these signals to replace some of the electrical current currently used in electronic components. In a new study, physicists from the University of Greifswald, Gießen University, and the Leibniz Institute for Solid State and...


22.11.2017 - 23:38 //Electronics News
Breakthrough in organic electronics
Breakthrough in organic electronics

Work by researchers from Princeton University, the Georgia Institute of Technology and Humboldt University in Berlin is pointing the way to possibly more widespread use of organic electronics. Their research, which was recently published in Nature Materials, focuses on organic semiconductors, a class of materials for seen as being used in emerging technologies such as flexible electronics, solar energy conversion, and high-quality colour displays. In the short term, the advance could he...


22.11.2017 - 23:31 //Electronics News
Researchers develop smart, ultra-thin microfibre sensor
Researchers develop smart, ultra-thin microfibre sensor

A research team at the National University of Singapore (NUS) has developed a soft, flexible and stretchable microfibre sensor for real-time healthcare monitoring and diagnosis. Highly sensitive and ultra-thin with a diameter of a strand of human hair, the sensor has been designed to be both simple and cost-effective to mass produce. While wearable and flexible technology has gained significant interest in recent years, current devices have various limitations – for instance, they...


22.11.2017 - 23:25 //Electronics News
Nanoscale magnetic circuit moves data in 3D
Nanoscale magnetic circuit moves data in 3D

Researchers at the University of Cambridge, working with a team from TU Eindhoven, have used 3D nanoprinting to create a nanoscale magnetic circuit which is said to be capable of moving information in three dimensions. The team claims this could lead to an ‘important increase’ in storage and processing capacities. “We have demonstrated a new way to fabricate and use a magnetic device which, in a nanometric scale, can controllably move information along the three dimension...


22.11.2017 - 23:13 //Electronics News
Imec and Panasonic develop innovative nanocomposite electrolyte
Imec and Panasonic develop innovative nanocomposite electrolyte

Imec and Panasonic have announced that they have developed a solid nanocomposite electrolyte for next-generation batteries with a lithium ion conductivity several times greater than its liquid equivalent. The ion conductivity already reaches several mS/cm at room temperature and imec and Panasonic have set a goal to develop innovative solid nanocomposite electrolyte materials towards 100mS/cm in the next few years, which would make them suitable for fast-charging high-energy cells for use ...


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06.11.2017 - 23:49 //Measurements technics
Build a Chipamp!

The building and tweaking of audio equipment is something that occupies many enthusiasts. It is very satisfying and nothing beats listening to music on equipment that you have built yourself, even partially. In this installment of WebScouting we&#...

24.09.2017 - 16:47 //Measurements technics
Cool Power with D-Watt

It has been nearly three years since we presented our last power amplifier project in Elektor - the Q-Watt Audio Power Amplifier [1]. That was a standard class AB power amplifier with high output power and low distortion. Since then a large number...

09.09.2017 - 23:54 //Measurements technics
DAB+ Antenna Diplexer. Add digital reception to your car radio

If you feel like replacing the VHF-FM radio in your car with something more modern offering DAB+ reception too, you'll discover that combination receivers have two separate antenna inputs. That's because two individual antennas are require...

24.08.2017 - 23:15 //Measurements technics
IoT Shield for Arduino

This handy Arduino Uno R3 compatible shield is intended for simple control applications in and around the house. When the system is connected to the Internet, the label "Internet of Things" (IoT) becomes applicable. Wires to and from ...

03.08.2017 - 23:35 //Measurements technics
Sensors make Sense. For Arduino and more

Sensors are either analog or digital. Analog values are read in via an A-D input, whereas for digital signals a simple Port connection frequently adequate. In some cases, however, sensors have dual outputs, one analog and one digital. A glance ...

09.04.2017 - 21:18 //Measurements technics
Matchbox Capacitor Tester

Checking of an electrolytic capacitor without an LCR meter is not free from hassles. Here is a simple solution for checking the serviceability of a capacitor. Circuit and working Fig. 1 shows the circuit diagram of a simple capacitor tester ...

12.03.2017 - 23:43 //Measurements technics
Tester for 555 Timer and 741 Op-amp ICs

Sometimes you do not get proper output from a circuit due to faulty ICs. This circuit can test timer 555 and op-amp 741 ICs, which are commonly used in projects, to save you from this problem. Circuit and working Fig. 1 shows circuit diagram...

10.03.2017 - 22:58 //Measurements technics
Real-Time Clock with Temperature Logger

Presented here is a simple realtime clock with temperature logger. The project shows time, date and real-time temperature on the LCD. The logger records the maximum and minimum temperature for each day and can keep entries for 51 days. The recorde...

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