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The Challenging Power Demands of a Bus WiFi System

June 12, 2018
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The Challenging Power Demands of a Bus WiFi System

The expectations of public transportation are increasing rapidly, particularly when it comes to on-board facilities. Although almost every traveler will carry a cell phone, they expect on-board WiFi to provide a better connection

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High Power Density Enables Retrofitting of Redundant Power Sources

May 9, 2018
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High Power Density Enables Retrofitting of Redundant Power Sources

A manufacturer of flow meters was upgrading the design of one if its products to improve accuracy and reliability. As the product was fundamental to safety, they wanted to add a back-up 48V supply using a battery,

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Phil Davies Describes the Priorities for 2018

March 29, 2018
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Phil Davies Describes the Priorities for 2018

At the start of the year, Phil Davies, Corporate VP for Global Sales and Marketing, took some time out from his busy schedule to talk with a Korean journalist

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Using the Power Component Design Methodology to Adapt to Changing Specifications

October 3, 2017
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Using the Power Component Design Methodology to Adapt to Changing Specifications

Late changes in requirements are not unusual: our recent research found it was the biggest challenge facing today’s power system designers.

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Compact Power for a Low-Profile Antenna Array

September 29, 2017
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Compact Power for a Low-Profile Antenna Array

As the mobile phone market has matured and smartphones have become an indispensable part of daily life, people’s expectations for fast, reliable data access have escalated.

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Home Energy Storage – Bidirectional Control to Balance Power Transfer

August 21, 2017
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Home Energy Storage – Bidirectional Control to Balance Power Transfer

The variability of renewable power sources such as solar and wind for home energy means that batteries are needed to balance the system: either storing excess power from the grid or supplying power back to the grid as necessary.

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DCMs: The Power Engineer’s “Swiss Army Knife”

March 25, 2017
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DCMs: The Power Engineer’s “Swiss Army Knife”

Every engineer has their favorite multi-purpose tool. Maybe it’s a Swiss Army knife, perhaps it’s a particularly useful piece of test equipment

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