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The H-bridge motor driver building on a wonderful heritage
On the journey to become an electronics engineer there are a handful of legacy silicon devices that we have all come into contact with. If you were building some sort of timing circuit or astable multivibrator, the NE555 would have been the device of choice. Need to amplify a signal or compare voltages? Then the µA741 operational amplifier would have been grabbed from the nearest drawer of components. And, to breadboard your design, what better choice that a 7805 5 V regulator from which to power it all!
Can Ethernet help with a weighty automotive challenge?
If the person on the street was asked to list the three heaviest components of a conventional car, it is likely that the engine and chassis will come to mind immediately. In today’s world of electric and hybrid vehicles, chances are that the battery may also be proffered as an option. But it unlikely that they would consider the bundles of wires and connectors to be included on such a top-three list. As anyone involved in the automotive industry knows, not only is the cable loom one of the heaviest parts of a vehicle, it is also one of the three most expensive too.
A motor driver designed for 21st century automotive needs
It seems that barely anything in the vehicle is mechanical anymore. Window lifters, the sun roof, even sliding doors and tailgates are being electrified, providing further comfort for vehicle owners. With the automotive industry gradually moving towards electric drivetrains and away from combustion engines, it seems that the trend to electrify comfort features will continue so that the futuristic aura of the vehicle can be maintained.
Evaluation board available for photorelay designs
With modern designs being integrated into ever smaller, more compact housings, design engineers are often left wondering how to replace the tried and trusted mechanical relay with something more compact. Just as solid-state circuitry has replaced incandescent lightbulbs and radio valves, dedicated devices known as photorelays now provide an alternative to the traditional mechanical relay. Being solid-state they are not susceptible to vibration, have no contact bounce, and remain reliable even in dirty and dusty environments.
Storing the world’s most valuable experimental data
Since 2014, Toshiba Electronics Europe GmbH has been a key storage partner of CERN who have 3,200 JBODs carrying 100,000 hard disk drives (HDD) providing 350 PB of storage, 10 PB of which is consumed each month from new data requiring analysis. The original system in 2014 made use of the MG03 4 TB capacity drives, server-grade storage designed for high reliability and optimized for highest capacity at the time.
Introducing the clever fuse
Farads, Ohms, Henrys. Venerable unit definitions for common components recognizing the work of the famous scientists that contributed so much to the world of electronics that we rely upon today. But what of fuses? Unfortunately, it would seem that the science and importance of fuses was not deemed important enough to honor it in the same way. However...
HAMR vs. MAMR – Microwave technology delivers higher storage densities in hard disks
We are generating more and more data which needs to be stored safely and effectively. Hard disk drives (HDDs) continue to be central to solving this challenge, requiring them to be available with increased storage capacities. In order to provide the necessary technical solutions, engineers are now looking to incorporate microwave-based technologies into HDDs. As cloud services, video streaming and social media continue to increase in popularity data volumes are growing rapidly, challenging data centers to grow their storage capacities to cope with demand. As a result, many large IT companies are planning to add additional data centres to drive capacity higher.
MTTF – What hard drive reliability really means
There is still no way around HDDs for the cost-effective provision of storage capacity. Different applications require the use of different HDDs. The decisive selection criteria are reliability and operating conditions.
Displaying automotive’s best side in the vehicle
Climbing into the most recent models of vehicle, the internal surfaces seem to spring to life with color and light. It becomes immediately clear that video cameras and displays are an essential part of the new in-vehicle experience. And we’re not just talking about multimedia here. Navigation systems and deep integration with smartphones is a starting point, but it extends to side mirrors implemented with cameras, or a full 360° view around the vehicle, that go beyond the traditional reverse-parking camera.
A simple solution to the challenges of Automotive Ethernet audio systems
Generic multimedia automotive head units are built around large, capable system-on-chip (SoC) processors. Over time, with the move to CDs and the introduction of DAB+ radio, together with mobile connectivity and smartphones, these systems have grown to be large and complex products. However, located centrally in the dashboard of most vehicles and wired to speakers and microphones around the vehicle, the topology has largely stayed the same. This inevitably limits the room to improve the in-vehicle multimedia experience.
Field-Oriented Control of Brushless Motors without the Math
During their studies, engineers are confronted with much mathematics that forms the basis of electronics and electronic systems. However, once embedded in our selected industry segment, many of us never really have to contend with convolution, Laplace transforms, or the details of Fourier since we end up developing applications that use this mathematics, rather creating the algorithms themselves.
Infotainment systems require efficient high-quality audio – without a high cost
Long gone are the days when ‘in car audio’ referred to a crackly radio or maybe a built-in tape deck or CD player. In all but the most basic versions, the in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) is a ‘hub’ within the vehicle, providing many functions including safety, guidance and entertainment. In fact, the capability and convenience of the IVI system is high on the list of decision-making factors for modern car buyers.
Finding the optimal power switching solution for cordless handheld tools
Long gone are the days when ‘in car audio’ referred to a crackly radio or maybe a built-in tape deck or CD player. In all but the most basic versions, the in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) is a ‘hub’ within the vehicle, providing many functions including safety, guidance and entertainment. In fact, the capability and convenience of the IVI system is high on the list of decision-making factors for modern car buyers.
Protecting and delivering power and data in USB Type-C designs
A world without USB is barely imaginable. Since its introduction in 1996 it has not only successfully ousted a plethora of outdated parallel and serial data transfer technologies in the world of PCs and laptops, it has established itself as a de facto charging interface for smartphone and tablets, and has even been integrated into automobiles.
Motor control: Hardware versus software
In the early 1820s, as part of his extensive studies into electro-magnetic induction, the scientist Michael Faraday first observed how a wire carrying a current could be made to rotate around a magnet. From these rudimentary beginnings, electric motors have developed into a huge global business, with billions of units being shipped every year serving applications in the industrial, automotive and consumer electronics sectors.
Replacing wire bonds enhances automotive MOSFET performance and reliability
Modern automobiles contain an unprecedented amount of electronics and the level of electronic content in vehicles is set to continue to grow. The drive for efficiency comes in part from legislation designed to protect our environment and also from consumers who want to reduce their motoring bills. Automakers are striving to meet these challenges by moving to electric propulsion and replacing many mechanical and hydraulic systems with smaller, lighter and more efficient electrical alternatives.
How semiconductor advances can drive improved motor control
BLDC motors are found in many applications including industrial control, automotive systems and in the office or home. BLDC motors power electric fans, air conditioning pumps as well as controlling the moving parts in devices such as printers.
Why advanced power conversion techniques will be sparking joy for data center solution providers
Photos from birthday parties, work documents, and email chains all rely on the massive storage power of the cloud to keep our memories alive, our businesses operating, and our communications intact. As a result, the demand for cloud storage, and the amount that is available, continues to grow. Smartphones, laptops and PCs continuously backup every tiny change that occurs throughout the day. Unless society undertakes a Marie Kondo-style decluttering, reviewing which of our thousands of photos and videos still spark joy, data centers will continue to grow to accommodate demand.
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