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Bench Talk for Design Engineers

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Qorvo Webinar Covers Design Challenges Tommy Cummings
The summit is a month-long series of virtual webinars on design challenges for 5G, Wi-Fi, radar, mobile, and motor control. The free webinar kicks off Aug. 12 and continues through Sept. 3. Mouser Electronics is among the sponsors.

IndyCars Designed to Handle Harsh Environments Doug Brown
Each IndyCar race has its unique challenges, but harsh environment problems are present throughout the season. This is a look at some of the harsh environmental conditions teams must overcome to have a safe and successful race.

Why Blockchain and IoT Belong Together Tyler Wojciechowicz
IoT and blockchain technologies are taking off in many diverse industries. But have you considered combining the two together? Learn how an IoT-enabled blockchain unlocks process efficiencies, increases security, and allows for cost-savings.

How IoT System Design Makes a Difference Sravani Bhattacharjee
In highly competitive IoT markets, it is hard to ensure secure design without tilting tight pricing and time-to-market. We’ll discuss a systematic, full-stack approach that simplifies security design for IoT systems by leveraging various security enabler solutions.

5G Makes AVs Data Centers on Wheels Sravani Bhattacharjee
The combination of 5G wireless and vehicle-to-everything data exchange standards is poised to address the unprecedented communication challenges of self-driving vehicles. Here are possible ways to overcome these challenges and affect system design.

MEMS Sensors Monitor Fuel Performance Adam Kimmel
While automakers are turning (in part) to EVs to meet aggressive global fuel economy and emissions standards, they are also using sensors for passive fuel economy management. Manufacturers have employed Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS) sensors to monitor and regulate engine performance inputs.

What We Learned About EV Range Anxiety Tommy Cummings
We just endured the biggest adventure of our Tesla commitment ... a long-distance journey, an 853km (530-mile) roundtrip in an EV equipped with a 50kW battery that has a 362km (225-mile) range between full charges. We learned valuable lessons, and we’re hopeful for progress.

Formula E Fields Faster Entries, Including Mouser’s Doug Brown
Formula E racing combines engineering, technology, sport, and entertainment into one exciting series. Now in its sixth season, the all-electric racing series is more thrilling than ever, with new Gen 2 cars that are bigger, faster, and a lot more powerful.

Nanotechnology Is Inspiring Next-Gen Batteries Liam Critchley
Conventional Li-ion batteries have been the staple battery technology in many devices, from phones to handheld monitoring equipment, for many years. Rather than looking into new batteries, companies are looking to further improve the status quo by incorporating nanomaterials into Li-ion electrodes.

48V Electrical Systems Shift into High Gear TDK
The development of so-called “micro hybrid” and “mild hybrid systems” based on 48V power has shifted into high gear. Learn how versatile automotive 48V electrical systems will reduce CO2 emissions and usher in practical, super-efficient electrical subsystems.

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