LCSC.com – your online electronic part distributor
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LCSC.com – your online electronic part distributor

LCSC Electronics is a Shenzhen-based electronic component distributor, and one of the largest electronic component distributors in China. Founded in 2011, and starting as a small business, LCSC has grown to over 900,000 customers and over 310 employees, with around $150 million in...

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X-FAB Offers Unique Substrate Coupling Analysis Solution to Address Unwanted Parasitic Effects
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X-FAB Offers Unique Substrate Coupling Analysis Solution to Address Unwanted Parasitic Effects

Powerful new tool facilitates first-time-right analog & high voltage design implementation in even the most challenging of scenarios. Continuing to drive innovation in analog/mixed-signal IC fabrication, X-FAB Silicon Foundries SE (http://www.xfab.com/) has announced the...

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The top 10 linear voltage regulators according to SnapEDA
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The top 10 linear voltage regulators according to SnapEDA

In electronics, linear voltage regulators are commonly used to stabilize voltages. Regardless of the input voltages or load conditions, they will provide fixed output voltages, thus protecting devices from fluctuating outputs, which can cause inefficient performance or even...

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A miniature microfluidics heat sink For high-performance chip cooling
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A miniature microfluidics heat sink For high-performance chip cooling

At the Embedded World Conference 2019, imec, a world-leading research and innovation hub in nanoelectronics and digital technologies, presents a silicon-based compact microchannel heat sink that enables high heat flux dissipation. The imec heat sink assembled to a high performance...

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Inexpensive chip-based device may transform spectrometry
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Inexpensive chip-based device may transform spectrometry

Tiny device could replace expensive lab-scale equipment for many applications. Spectrometers — devices that distinguish different wavelengths of light and are used to determine the chemical composition of everything from laboratory materials to distant stars — are large devices...

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IBM just unveiled the ‘world’s smallest computer’
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IBM just unveiled the ‘world’s smallest computer’

by Paul Miller @ theverge.com The computer is 1mm x 1mm, smaller than a grain of fancy salt, and apparently costs less than ten cents to manufacture. To be clear, the picture above is a set of 64 motherboards, each of which hold two of this tiny computer. IBM claims the computer has...

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Struggling with the weight of your excess inventory?
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Struggling with the weight of your excess inventory?

Many companies in the electronics manufacturing industry face the issue of excess inventory at some point, and with new technology constantly emerging this will remain the case. Companies may think that selling excess is a difficult or time consuming process, but by outsourcing the...

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PAC1934 – Microchip’s New Power-Monitoring IC Measures Power With 99% Accuracy
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PAC1934 – Microchip’s New Power-Monitoring IC Measures Power With 99% Accuracy

Microchip recently developed a precision power-and-energy-monitoring chip - PAC1934. The PAC1934 is a four channel power/energy monitor with current sensor amplifier and bus voltage monitors that feed high-resolution ADC. It works in conjunction with a Microchip software driver that is...

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