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Greater performance and power efficiency with a smaller footprint

  Rutronik

Be it in the end customer segment, automotive market or industry: Increasingly powerful applications demand power inductors that deliver ever-greater efficiency in the most compact size possible. A solution to this problem is provided by composite power inductors.

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One for all

  Rutronik

The latest USB Type-C was presented by the USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF) in 2014. It is already being used in some smartphones, tablets and laptops, but has not yet fully established itself. So connector and device manufacturers are faced with the question of whether, and when, they ought to commit to the new type.

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All NANDs are not the same

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SLC, MLC, TLC, 3D - NAND Flash memory systems are available in a variety of technologies. Knowing what is available helps find the optimum memory for a specific application.

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First-of-its-kind Technology: Digitally Controlled Hybrid Energy Storage

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Rutronik has developed a revolutionary new hybrid energy storage system (H.E.S.S.) in collaboration with the University of Applied Sciences Zwickau (WHZ). The combination of battery and ultracapacitor improves the peak current characteristics of the energy storage system, minimizes battery degradation significantly, and ensures greater flexibility thanks to digital control. In a wide variety of...

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Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWAN): advantages and disadvantages of the leading Narrow-Band IoT and LTE Cat M1 technologies

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Developers of systems intended for the Internet of Things are faced with the question as to which connection technology should be used. Anja Schaal, Product Sales Manager and wireless expert at Rutronik, explains the advantages and disadvantages of the technologies.

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