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Reddit:Electronics - Sat, 12/23/2023 - 20:48
Can u spot whats wrong 😅

Ordered from ali and ye 🤣 it has been 15 days since i got it and now i actually started looking at it.

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Global Environmental Technology Market: Driving Innovation for a Sustainable Future

ELE Times - Sat, 12/23/2023 - 12:08

The environmental technology sector is experiencing a surge in growth and innovation as the world grapples with pressing ecological challenges. Also known as clean or green technology, these advancements aim to address the harmful impacts of technology on the environment and resource consumption. Increased awareness of ecological concerns, climate fluctuations, resource depletion, pollution, and habitat degradation has driven the demand for technological solutions to mitigate these issues.

Government regulations and global initiatives further propel the adoption of environmental technology to meet environmental standards and emissions targets. Notably, the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) and the Massive Earth Foundation launched the Low Carbon Earth (LCE) 2023 Climate Technology Accelerator in July 2023 to support startups combating climate change.

According to a recent report by Allied Market Research, the global environmental technology market is expected to grow at a significant CAGR of 5.1% in the coming years.

Development of Environmental Technology:

Renewable Energy:

Environmental technologies like renewable energy harness naturally restored resources like sunlight, wind, and waves to generate clean electricity. This includes advancements in windmills, water turbines, and solar panels.

Smart Technology:

Smart home technology integrates sensors and IoT devices to optimize energy efficiency and meet users’ needs. This technology, facilitated by IoT connectivity, is a key component in the vision of future energy-efficient “smart cities.”

Electric Vehicles:

Electric vehicles, propelled by electric motors and rechargeable batteries, play a crucial role in reducing air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions. Government incentives are driving the adoption of electric vehicles globally.

India’s Environmental Technology Sector:

India has identified environmental technology as a top industrial sector for future growth. The country’s environmental technology market ranks sixth globally and is a leader in air pollution control and wastewater management. Initiatives like India’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Index and the National Drinking Water Program highlight the focus on sustainable development.

In conclusion, the global environmental technology market is rapidly expanding, offering immense opportunities for innovation and growth. With a heightened emphasis on sustainability, this market will remain a key focus for investment and development, paving the way for a more environmentally conscious future.

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Introduction to Class A Power Amplifiers: The Common-Emitter PA

AAC - Sat, 12/23/2023 - 02:00
RF amplifier design is a challenging task, involving trade-offs between linearity, efficiency, gain, and output power. Here, we examine how a common-emitter circuit can, or can't, function as a power amplifier.

SOT-MRAM May Soon Contend With SRAM for Cache Memory

AAC - Fri, 12/22/2023 - 20:00
Memory at both the HPC and edge levels may get a big leg up with help from magnetics.

ST supplying silicon carbide MOSFETs to Li Auto

Semiconductor today - Fri, 12/22/2023 - 18:45
STMicroelectronics of Geneva, Switzerland has signed a long-term agreement to supply its silicon carbide (SiC) MOSFET devices to China-based Li Auto (which designs, develops and manufactures electric vehicles) to support Li Auto’s strategy around high-voltage battery electric vehicles (BEVs) in various market segments...

ST’s latest 8x8 multi-zone ToF ranging sensor boosts ambient-light immunity, extends range and cuts power consumption

Semiconductor today - Fri, 12/22/2023 - 17:43
STMicroelectronics of Geneva, Switzerland says that the VL53L8CX, its latest-generation 8x8 multi-zone time-of-flight (ToF) ranging sensor, delivers a range of improvements including greater ambient-light immunity, lower power consumption, and enhanced optics...

AI assistant for hardware design gets a vision upgrade

EDN Network - Fri, 12/22/2023 - 15:35

Copilot, an AI-based hardware design assistant that understands a project context automatically, now has a vision version, and that makes it the first multi-modal AI tool for hardware design. According to Flux, a startup based in San Francisco, that will facilitate access to powerful new use cases and open up a world of new possibilities in hardware design workflow.

Flux Copilot, conversational AI that lives in a project, streamlines tedious tasks, conducts design reviews, and makes hardware teams more productive. With Copilot Vision, engineers can input a block diagram to the AI tool and watch it recommend suitable parts by intelligently parsing the diagram into functional sections.

Figure 1 Users can input a block diagram and get recommendations on suitable components. Source: Flux

How Copilot Vision works

In hardware design, a lot of thinking is visual and requires context, as design engineers commonly rely on visual resources such as block diagrams, charts, and drawings. However, these resources can be hard to interpret and separate from the actual design.

Take the case of an engineer working on a project based on an existing block diagram. That calls for turning that block diagram into a working circuit, selecting the right components, and connecting them correctly. As a result, engineers must read through datasheets and application notes, which can often get confusing, time-consuming, and hard to keep track of.

Here, Copilot’s latest upgrade incorporates images as a more natural way to communicate ideas and integrate those resources into a design. Engineers can provide Copilot with an image as a file upload, and Copilot will instantly understand what they are trying to build. Next, engineers can ask questions, learn, and get design reviews in entirely new and more effective ways.

Figure 2 Copilot’s vision capability enables engineers to compare schematic diagram against a block diagram and catch discrepancies. Source: Flux

Besides part recommendations, Copilot can help ensure design quality by comparing schematic diagram against a block diagram. Its analysis catches discrepancies like missing elements in a design and offers suggestions for improvement.

Moreover, when engineers are ambivalent about how to interpret a chart on a datasheet, they can provide Copilot with an image of the chart and ask in-depth questions. Copilot Vision will interpret input and explain any aspect of the chart and how it relates to hardware design needs.

Figure 3 Copilot is capable of chart interpretation and dimensional analysis. Source: Flux

Design engineers are often overwhelmed by all the information and dimensions when looking at the part drawings. Here, engineers can provide an image to Copilot and ask any question about part dimensions. The AI assistant will interpret and correlate them to real component footprints, even making educated guesses about component types based on project context.

The biggest Copilot upgrade

Copilot, built around the concept of agile hardware development, aims to facilitate every step of the hardware development process from initial brainstorming all the way through production. With the launch of the vision upgrade, design engineers not only can chat with Copilot, they can also see what they are working on.

Flux calls it the biggest upgrade to Copilot yet. The company welcomes user feedback on what works well, what could be better, and what other modes of interaction users would want to build into Copilot. The feedback can be shared through Flux’s Slack community.

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Qorvo sells Beijing and Dezhou assembly & test facilities to contract manufacturer Luxshare

Semiconductor today - Fri, 12/22/2023 - 14:55
Qorvo Inc of Greensboro, NC, USA (which provides core technologies and RF solutions for mobile, infrastructure and defense applications) has reached a definitive agreement for global contract manufacturer Luxshare Precision Industry Co Ltd of Dongguan City, Guangdong, China to acquire its assembly & test facilities in Beijing and Dezhou...

Rohde & Schwarz verifies NXP’s next generation automotive radar sensor reference design for extremely short object distances

ELE Times - Fri, 12/22/2023 - 13:37

The radar target simulator R&S RTS, Rohde & Schwarz’s game-changing solution of automotive radar, in particular its ability to electronically simulate very close-range objects, has been used to verify the performance of NXP® Semiconductors’ next-generation radar sensor reference design. This collaboration enables the automotive industry to take another step forward in the development of automotive radar, the principal technology that enables advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving features.

Engineers from both companies conducted a comprehensive series of tests to verify the new sensor reference design which is based on NXP’s 28 nm RFCMOS radar one-chip SoC (SAF85xx). The R&S RTS radar test system combines the R&S AREG800 automotive radar echo generator with the R&S QAT100 antenna mmW frontend, offering unique short-distance object simulation capabilities as well as superior RF performance and advanced signal processing with many advanced functions. This enables realistic tests of next-generation automotive radar applications and brings the automotive industry’s vision of fully autonomous driving one step closer.

NXP’s next-generation automotive radar sensor reference design is enabled by the industry’s first 28 nm RFCMOS radar one-chip SoC family leveraging the R&S RTS radar test system. The radar sensor reference design can be used for short, medium and long-range radar applications to serve challenging NCAP (NCAP: New Car Assessment Program) safety requirements as well as comfort functions like highway pilot or urban pilot for the fast-growing segment of L2+ and L3 vehicles.

The R&S RTS is the only test system suitable for the complete characterization of radar sensors and radar echo generation with object distances down to the airgap value of the radar under test. It combines the R&S AREG800A automotive radar echo generator as a backend and the R&S QAT100 antenna array or the R&S AREG8-81S as a frontend. The technically superior test solution is suitable for the whole automotive radar lifecycle including development lab, hardware-in-the-loop (HIL), vehicle-in-the-loop (VIL), validation and production application requirements. The solution is also fully scalable and can emulate the most complex traffic scenarios for advanced driver assistance systems.

Adi Baumann, Senior Director ADAS R&D, at NXP Semiconductors says: “We have been collaborating closely and successfully with Rohde & Schwarz for many years on the verification of our automotive radar sensor reference designs. Rohde & Schwarz’ cutting-edge automotive radar test systems allow us high-quality and highly efficient validation of our automotive radar products and prove the outstanding performance of our radar one-chip. The level of experience, quality and support that Rohde & Schwarz provides to NXP is making a difference.”

Gerald Tietscher, Vice President of Signal Generators, Power Supplies and Meters from Rohde & Schwarz says: “We are grateful for the collaboration with NXP to accelerate the deployment of advanced automotive radar sensors based on 28 nm automotive radar chips. They serve ever more challenging NCAP safety requirements and will help enable new safety applications. Our experience in automotive radar testing allows us to provide a best-in-class test solution for this radar sensor design based on the industry’s first 28 nm RFCMOS one-chip radar SoC.”

NXP will present the latest developments for radar including the automotive radar sensor reference design at CES 2024 trade show in Las Vegas from January 9 to 12, 2024, at booth CP18.

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KPIT Technologies Unveils Sodium-ion Battery Technology to Address Import Dependency

ELE Times - Fri, 12/22/2023 - 13:15

KPIT Technologies has developed the Sodium-ion battery technology that not only promises to address import dependency on core battery materials but also opens up various applications across different sectors.

The use cases for electric vehicles, particularly two and three-wheelers, as well as commercial vehicles, highlight the potential for Sodium-ion batteries to contribute to the growth of the electric mobility sector. Additionally, its applications in stationary deployments, such as UPS backups and grid storage, suggest versatility and the ability to cater to a range of energy storage needs.

This development comes from a fruitful collaboration between KPIT Technologies and the Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER), Pune, and underscores the importance of industry-academia partnerships in advancing technological solutions. The contributions of the IISER Pune team in material synthesis, characterization, and battery testing showcase the collaborative effort required to bring such innovative technologies to fruition.

“Sustainability is at the heart of KPIT’s vision. We are working on multiple technologies to reimagine mobility and accelerate the push towards cleaner transportation. As the electric mobility ecosystem matured, we were cognizant of having alternate battery technologies and localizing the storage value chain. Our Sodium-ion battery technology, completely reliant on Earth’s abundant raw materials, is another testament to KPIT’s commitment towards the sustainable mobility ecosystem. We look forward to partnering with manufacturing companies to commercialize this technology globally,” said Ravi Pandit, Co-founder and Chairman of KPIT Technologies.

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Foxconn Applies to Set Up a Semiconductor Fab in India

ELE Times - Fri, 12/22/2023 - 12:27

Foxconn, the Taiwanese electronics manufacturing services company, has applied to establish a semiconductor fabrication unit (fab) in India. This information was shared by Rajeev Chandrasekhar, the Minister of State for Electronics and IT, in a written reply to Lok Sabha (the lower house of India’s Parliament). The application has been made under the “modified scheme for setting up semiconductor fabs in India.”

The development comes after Foxconn exited a joint venture with Vedanta Group to set up a chip plant in India.

The Indian government has been taking measures to boost electronics manufacturing in the country, with a particular focus on semiconductors. These measures include incentivizing large investments in electronic goods and appliances and promoting exports to enhance the electronics manufacturing ecosystem in India.

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Unlocking the World of RFID Chips: A Comprehensive Exploration

ELE Times - Fri, 12/22/2023 - 11:51

Radio-frequency identification (RFID) chips represent a silent revolution in technology, revolutionizing how we interact with the world in the age of digital innovation. Let’s examine RFID chips in more detail, including their definition, types, functions, applications, technology, and many benefits they offer to different businesses.

Definition of RFID Chip:

Using electromagnetic fields, RFID technology uses tags attached to items to identify and track them automatically. RFID stands for Radio-Frequency Identification. The RFID chip, a tiny electronic device that stores and transmits data wirelessly via radio waves, is the brains behind this technology. RFID chips essentially function as digital fingerprints, making it possible to track and identify objects without direct line-of-sight scanning.

Types of RFID Chip:

There are several varieties of RFID chips, each made to meet a particular purpose. Active RFID and Passive RFID are the two main kinds.

  1. Active RFID Chips: Active RFID chips can broadcast signals over greater distances when they are powered by a battery, giving them an expanded range. Real-time location systems (RTLS), automobiles, and high-value asset tracking are all frequent uses for these devices.
  2. Passive RFID Chips: Passive RFID chips depend on the energy from the RFID reader’s signal to send data because they lack an internal power supply. They are frequently utilized in retail, access control, and inventory management. They are also reasonably priced and appropriate for short-range applications.

How RFID Chips Work:

RFID chips work on a straightforward but efficient principle. The RFID chip’s antenna collects radio waves emitted by an RFID reader and processes the signal to create a little electric current that activates the chip. The reader receives the chip’s unique identifier or data after that, enabling prompt and precise identification. Because this procedure takes place in a few milliseconds, RFID technology is incredibly effective.

Applications of RFID Chips:

RFID technology is highly versatile and has revolutionized operations and enhanced efficiency in a variety of sectors.

  1. Retail: RFID chips improve the whole shopping experience, decrease stockouts, and expedite inventory management.
  2. Logistics and Supply Chain: RFID makes it possible to trace shipments in real time, which minimizes errors, minimizes losses, and improves supply chain efficiency.
  3. Healthcare: In healthcare settings, RFID chips improve patient safety, track medical equipment, and simplify inventory management.
  4. Access Control: Access cards and key fobs for safe access to buildings and restricted areas frequently employ RFID technology.
  5. Automotive: RFID chips are used in toll collecting, keyless access, and vehicle tracking.

RFID Chip Technology:

The combination of radio frequency and data storage capabilities is the basis of RFID chip technology. The chips’ read ranges and capacities vary depending on whether they are passive, semi-passive, or active. The development of incredibly tiny, robust RFID chips appropriate for a wide range of applications is the result of miniaturization advancements.

RFID Chip Advantages:

The adoption of RFID technology brings forth numerous advantages:

  1. Efficiency: Obtaining data quickly and automatically increases operational effectiveness.
  2. Accuracy: Lower manual mistake rates improve the tracking and identification data accuracy.
  3. Cost-Effective: RFID reduces labour costs and operating expenses by streamlining procedures.
  4. Real-Time Tracking: Provides real-time visibility into assets, inventory, and personnel.
  5. Versatility: Applicable to a large number of use cases and industries.

In conclusion, RFID chips, which provide a smooth and effective way of tracking and identifying, are a revolutionary force in the digital world. The advantages and applications of RFID chips are anticipated to increase as technology develops, further establishing their status as a fundamental component of the modern era.

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ASU gains $17.5m as part of $100m state funding to boost semiconductor development in Arizona

Semiconductor today - Fri, 12/22/2023 - 11:47
The Arizona Commerce Authority (ACA) has announced a $17.5m investment in Arizona State University (ASU) to expand Arizona’s advanced semiconductor manufacturing capabilities. The expansion will enhance Arizona’s fan-out wafer-level packaging R&D and workforce training capabilities and drive the creation of a gallium nitride (GaN) manufacturing and research ecosystem in the state to enable technology of the future and make it available to more companies in the industry...

India Establishes Itself as a Premier Hub for Global Capability Centers

ELE Times - Fri, 12/22/2023 - 11:19

Global Capability Centers (GCCs) mark as an excellent forum and a stimulator in catalysing innovation and development and binding the best talent together. 

There is no denying that India’s technology pool has spread leaps and bounds in the last decade. India is spearheading research, development, and innovation on a global front with over 1580 GCCs operating (as of FY 2023) with a market size of $46 billion, rising at a CAGR of 11.4%, encompassing the finest leadership roles across sections like engineering, operations, management, etc.

Looking precisely, India’s vibrant start-up ecosystem, highly competitive and digitally skilled talent pool, evolving workplace culture, strong service-oriented community, and crucial and active digital transformation initiatives taken by the government have all added to the authenticity and relevance of the business, thus attracting expansion of GCCs across the country. Reported, at least 20% of the Forbes 2000 global companies have set up their GCCs in India till 2023.

As per reports, 20k+ global leadership roles will be housed in India by 2030, with over 36% of them based in Bengaluru, followed by NCR, Mumbai, and Pune. The percentage of women in global roles in India is expected to rise to 30%. In terms of industries, 50% of the leadership roles are from the software and internet, followed by FMCG, and retail, Banking, Financial Services, and Insurance (BFSI), telecom and Networking, and electrical and electronics verticals.

Rohit Jetly, Head of Shared Services and India Site Head, at Fidelity International

Rohit Jetly, Head of Shared Services and India Site Head, at Fidelity International, sheds some light on the trends following the expansion of GCCs in India and what more needs to be done in the coming year.

“2023 was an important year for India’s Global Capability Centres (GCCs), characterized by trends that highlight India’s crucial position in the global business arena. The surge in GCCs, which are projected to reach 2,000 in India over the next 3-4 years, reflects how organizations are harnessing India’s talent pool more in terms of depth of skill and the volume of innovation that can unfold from here, with substantial focus on areas like AI, analytics, digital, blockchain and cloud. This reaffirms the confidence global corporations place in India as a hub for advanced capabilities and underscores the nation’s position as a global leader in technology. The shift is further accentuated by the talent’s (especially engineers’ and technologists’), clear preference for working in GCCs and product firms, over traditional IT services firms.

In 2024, the outlook for GCCs seems promising and I expect them to play a pivotal role in shaping the future, albeit we take steps to consolidate our position in the rapidly changing world. Our leadership talent needs to be in tune with evolving and unmet customer needs and be ingenious enough to create solutions to meet their needs. They should be able to reimagine how they move through the value chain and improve the value arbitrage we provide. They also need to start thinking more creatively about improving our productivity as a collective. To deliver on our promise, our talent needs to excel, both from a skills perspective as well as from a cultural integration perspective and be more hands-on and connected to the business and customer outcomes they are serving.

At Fidelity International, India continues to be a place of strategic importance for over two decades now, having built strong customer-centric capability in the country, delivering work across engineering & technology, finance, digital, general counsel, data and analytics, cyber security etc. to name a few. More than 40% of our global talent is based in India and we have recently announced our operations in Bangalore, that will bolster our strategic presence in the country. We have thoughtfully crafted our approach to build a sustainable business, and to leverage India as a talent hotspot as well as a resilience location for our clients globally.”

The projections are vital, and so is the responsibility. India has cemented itself as the centre of excellence, and, while the stakes are soaring, we predict India will outperform in pulling global headquarters to manage end-to-end solutions from the country.

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Rohde & Schwarz and VIAVI jointly verify Analog Devices’ leading O-RU reference design at i14y Lab PlugFest Fall 2023

ELE Times - Fri, 12/22/2023 - 11:10

At the recent O-RAN ALLIANCE Global PlugFest Fall 2023, hosted at the i14y Lab in Berlin – supported by Deutsche Telekom and EANTC and i14y consortium partners, Rohde & Schwarz and VIAVI Solutions have presented their integrated solution for conformance testing of O-RAN Radio Units (O-RUs). With their joint test solution, which combines both companies’ industry-leading capabilities, they verified Analog Devices’ innovative 8T8R ORU reference design according to both O-RAN and 3GPP pre-conformance specifications.

Network disaggregation requires interoperability between Open RAN network equipment provided by different vendors. O-RAN radio units (O-RUs) need to conform with both 3GPP standards and O-RAN specifications. Fronthaul conformance tests as defined by the O-RAN ALLIANCE verify the proper behavior of fronthaul interfaces and ensure that the ORU designs are interoperable with the O-RAN distributed unit (O-DU).

Rohde & Schwarz and VIAVI Solutions are both leading in wireless communication testing and active in specifications development in the O-RAN ALLIANCE and 3GPP. Together they have developed an O-RAN conformance test solution supporting several Open Testing and Integration Centers (OTIC).

O-RAN ALLIANCE Global PlugFests are periodic events organized and co-sponsored by O-RAN ALLIANCE to enable efficient progress of the O-RAN ecosystem through well-organized testing and integration. Vendors and providers come together to test, evaluate and verify their products and solutions. The O-RAN ALLIANCE Global PlugFest Fall 2023 was held in 16 labs across eight countries. One of these events was hosted at the i14y Lab in Berlin – supported by Deutsche Telekom and EANTC and i14y consortium partners. There, technology vendors like Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI) had the opportunity to verify the conformance of their platforms with test and measurement solutions from Rohde & Schwarz and VIAVI Solutions amongst others.

To address multiple application scenarios, ADI has developed a particularly flexible ORU reference design. The ADI Kerberos ORU (ADRV9040-RD-RUMB) 8T8R ORU reference design and development kit supports time division duplex (TDD) as well as frequency division duplex (FDD) modes up-to eight carriers (8CC) for all FR1 bands from 600 MHz up to 6 GHz. In addition, it includes a complete O-RAN Split 7.2 x both for 4G and 5G NR standards.

The setup used at the O-RAN PlugFest at the i14y Lab to validate ADI’s Kerberos ORU consisted of the following test solutions:
  •  The R&S SMM100A vector signal generator and R&S FSVA3000 signal and spectrum analyzer from Rohde & Schwarz emulated a real-world radio environment by generating, capturing and analyzing RF signals. For in-depth debugging R&S VSE vector signal explorer analysis software was used allowing to access detailed measurement results.
  • The TM500 ORU Tester from VIAVI Solutions has implemented the O-DU side of the M-plane and C/U-plane functionality which was necessary for the configuration of the interface with the ORU and to exchange I/Q data over the Open Fronthaul.
  • The ORU Test Manager application from VIAVI has provided a single point of control for the integrated system and has ensured a seamless, fully automated user experience throughout the test setup.

At the i14y Lab PlugFest, this test platform evaluated various facets of the ADI ORU including its behavior, adherence to protocol standards, and compatibility with O-RAN ALLIANCE guidelines. This included the control and user plane (CU-Plane) for both FDD and TDD modes of operation. In addition, the setup supported test cases from 3GPP TS 38.141-1 Base Stations (BS) conducted conformance transceiver testing. The tests were executed under following conditions:

  • TDD: RF: 1×100 MHz CC; SCS: 30 kHz; Frequency band: DL/UL@3.8GHz
  • FDD: RF: 1×20 MHz CC; SCS: 15 kHz; Frequency band: DL 2.64203GHz and UL: 5.52203 GHz

Rohde & Schwarz helps to drive development, deployment and operation of Open RAN networks with its wide portfolio ranging from mobile network infrastructure equipment verification through conformance to mobile network testing and benchmarking.

Alexander Pabst, Vice President of Market Segment Wireless Communications at Rohde & Schwarz, says: “Open RAN is having its moment now. Large O-RAN deployments are planned in several regions all around the world. Open RAN pioneers like ADI require sophisticated ORU test solutions to verify the conformance and interoperability of their designs in a disaggregated multi-vendor network. The i14y Lab in Berlin is a fruitful collaboration space for testing, harmonizing and validating Open RAN solutions and we are proud to be a consortium partner of i14y Lab.”

Stephen Hire, Vice President of Wireless Marketing at VIAVI, says: “For network operators to gain confidence to deploy O-RAN equipment widely, they need to confirm that there are no interoperability issues, and that the performance of the radios is as good or better than traditional solutions. We are proud to have had the opportunity to work with our partners Rohde & Schwarz and i14y Lab to help verify the capabilities of the ADI reference design to enable them to achieve an important milestone in the commercialization of O-RAN technology”.

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Made a 555 timer playground circuit

Reddit:Electronics - Fri, 12/22/2023 - 11:02
Made a 555 timer playground circuit

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A while ago, one of the very first electronic projects I did to get my feet wet in my new hobby, was to design and build a 555 timer "playground" that allows setting different modes.

As a software guy, I'm used to "playground" sort of projects and I thought I'd do the same with this project, albeit in hardware.

Sharing here since perhaps beginners in this space might find it interesting/educational/useful.

It was a fun little project and I enjoyed creating it, including the PCB layout and 3D printed case.

Build schematics and write-up

Show and tell on YouTube

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