Welcome to 2018 and to What’s New in Electronics – the industry hub for everyone and everything electronics.

Embedded Live is part of What’s New in Electronics Live, an event that brings the world of electronics together with an extensive exhibition and more.

It is a new UK conference for Embedded Software Developers, designed to bring together engineers and experts from across the world of embedded software development, to share their experience and knowledge.

The Embedded Live 2018 conference programme will cover four current industry “hot topics”, Agile for Embedded, Security and Safety, Real-Time Operating Systems & Quality and Reliability.

For more information and to secure your Early Bird discount available for delegates confirming their place before 30 June 2018 visit http://wnie.co.uk/embedded-live-2018/

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Apr 12th, 2018

Troubleshooting on Assembled Printed Circuit Boards using 
Analogue Signature Analysis (ASA)

Stantronic

Stantronic has announced a new paper entitled “ Troubleshooting on Assembled Printed Circuit Boards using Analogue Signature Analysis (ASA)”. The equipment discussed will be exhibited on the Stantronic stand at the forthcoming WNIE Live Show.   Troubleshooting using Analogue Signature Analysis v2  

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Apr 18th, 2017

32kHz Design for Lower Power Applications

Geyer Quartz Technology

Reducing Power Consumption for 32kHz Quartz Crystal Oscillator Circuit   Abstract   The intent of this investigation is to show the advantages of 32kHz crystals with reduced CL and lower ESR over conventional 32kHz crystals with regard to power consumption, oscillation allowance, starting time and drive level. The following draft confirms the advantage of the use of […]

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Apr 18th, 2017

Comparison of a Crystal Oscillator to a MEMS Oscillator – Crystal vs MEMS – Oscillator Performance

Geyer Electronic

Comparison of a Crystal Oscillator to a MEMS Oscillator Crystal vs MEMS – Oscillator Performance Abstract The Selection of an oscillator for electronic devices and communications system equipment is a major factor affecting system performance.  In this application note, we have measured and will compare two different types of oscillators: 1. A fundamental Quartz Crystal oscillator and […]