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The strain engineered 2D photodetector could be implemented in applications for medical sensing and quantum computer systems. (Washington University)   Researchers from George Washington University have discovered a new method to engineer optoelectronic devices by extending a 2D material atop a silicon photonic platform. By using this strainoptronics technique, the team has shown that 2D material wrapped around a nanoscale silicon photonic waveguide produces a groundbreaking photodetector ...
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Logic Analyzer

Posted by bnpopkin Jun 25, 2020
Hi, I am looking for recommendations on a good logic analyzer.  Can some recommend A few?   Thank you Brian bpopkin@gmail.com ...
The “brain on a chip” contains tens of thousands of memristors and is capable of reproducing crisp images and can later be used to handle complex AI computing. (Image Credit: Peng Lin, MIT)   Engineers at MIT have developed a “brain on a chip” that functions similarly to an advanced neural network without being connected to the internet, relying on a supercomputer, or requiring software download. The single chip, which is smaller than a piece of confetti, contains t ...
Hello everyone,   This is my first post here. We are currently working on a graduation project and bought an MSP-EXP430FR5994 at Farnell to do some programming. Now, we are looking for wireless communication options. I have a hard time understanding the difference between a SoC and a module. I have read that SoC take longer to program and require more knowledge about RF-engineering. Does this mean that SoC never have antennas? A possible candidate of ours is the nRF52810. However I see n ...

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