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System automates battery life analysis for mobile devices February 24, 2014 System automates battery life analysis for mobile devices Spirent Communications has launched the Quantum automated system for measuring and driving improvements to the battery life of mobile devices. Read more NXP takes on Wolfson with Rubidium February 24, 2014 NXP takes on Wolfson with Rubidium NXP is attacking Wolfson's 'always on' audio technology through a deal with Israeli developer Rubidium. Read more Photovoltaic development deals targets 22.4 percent cell efficiencies February 24, 2014 Photovoltaic development deals targets 22.4 percent cell efficiencies Norwegian solar cell manufacturer REC is teaming up with Germany’s Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems to develop high-efficiency solar cells develop high-efficiency solar cells based on n-type monocrystalline wafers. Read more Is envelope tracking innovation smartphone battery-life game-changer? February 24, 2014 Is envelope tracking innovation smartphone battery-life game-changer? Eta Devices, Inc., a spin-off from the electrical engineering department at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), is unveiling a envelope tracking platform technology, ETAdvanced, which the company claims will extend the battery life of smartphones by up to 50%. Read more First major PC manufacturer supports wireless charging standard February 24, 2014 First major PC manufacturer supports wireless charging standard Dell has become the first major PC original equipment manufacturer (OEM) to support a wireless power standards organization by joining the Alliance for Wireless Power (A4WP). Read more Snake-shaped energy harvester promises viable trickle charger February 20, 2014 Snake-shaped energy harvester promises viable trickle charger The prospect of capturing the kinetic energy from everyday movements and converting it into electrical energy is a step closer with researchers at The University of Auckland, New Zealand, constructing an energy harvester consisting of a snake-shaped strip of polydimethylsiloxane. Read more Implantable hearing aid boasts wireless charging February 20, 2014 Implantable hearing aid boasts wireless charging At this year’s IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference, MIT researchers have presented a paper on fully implantable hearing aids that would not require any connection to an external apparatus for operation, hence remaining invisible. Read more Envelope tracking for RF transceivers from 2 to 8 W February 20, 2014 Envelope tracking for RF transceivers from 2 to 8 W KCB Signal Solutions is offering a unique Envelope Tracking product line aimed at the emerging medium power RF transmitter market. Read more Recycling process trims thin film CIGS manufacturing costs February 20, 2014 Recycling process trims thin film CIGS manufacturing costs Swedish flexible thin film CIGS solar cell manufacturer, Midsummer, has developed a process to recover rare metals such as indium and gallium when manufacturing thin film CIGS solar cells. The process will help reduce thin film CIGS manufacturing material costs. Read more Powerful injectable microbattery aims to revolutionize biotelemetry February 20, 2014 Powerful injectable microbattery aims to revolutionize biotelemetry Scientists at the US Department of Energy's Pacific Northwest National Laboratory have created an injectable microbattery that packs twice the energy of current microbatteries used to monitor the movements of salmon through rivers around the world. Read more
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