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Bench Talk for Design Engineers

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Bench Talk for Design Engineers | The Official Blog of Mouser Electronics


Principal of Information Exchange Services: Jean-Jacques DeLisle
Jean-Jacques (JJ) DeLisle attended the Rochester Institute of Technology, where he graduated with a BS and MS degree in Electrical Engineering. While studying, JJ pursued RF/microwave research, wrote for the university magazine, and was a member of the first improvisational comedy troupe @ RIT. Before completing his degree, JJ contracted as an IC layout and automated test design engineer for Synaptics Inc. After 6 years of original research—developing and characterizing intra-coaxial antennas and wireless sensor technology—JJ left RIT with several submitted technical papers and a US patent.

Further pursuing his career, JJ moved with his wife, Aalyia, to New York City. Here, he took on work as the Technical Engineering Editor for Microwaves & RF magazine. At the magazine, JJ learned how to merge his skills and passion for RF engineering and technical writing.

In the next phase of JJ’s career, he moved on to start his company, RFEMX, seeing a significant need in the industry for technically competent writers and objective industry experts. Progressing with that aim, JJ expanded his companies scope and vision and started Information Exchange Services (IXS).


A Future with Microfactories JJ DeLisle
Microfactories maximize efficiency and agility by downsizing equipment to match modern part scales, yielding significant savings and operational flexibility. They also decentralize manufacturing, reducing supply chain disruptions, and promoting customization to meet market demands.

Data Center Evolution Driven By 5G Expansion JJ DeLisle
Traditional centralized data centers are being challenged by the connectivity revolution, including 5G, IoT, and AR/VR technologies. This is prompting a shift towards edge computing and micro data centers to meet the ultra-reliable, low latency, and high bandwidth demands of modern applications.

Give Home Audio a Tactile Facelift Using Immersive "Invisible" Sound JJ DeLisle
Tactile transducers are ideal for situations where extra loud bass isn't feasible, or a user may want to enjoy rich audio without thunderous bass but still get the "feel" of intense sound sequences. This blog dives into concepts of audio transducers and explores their many uses in home audio.

P2P Centimeter Accuracy Position and Tracking with UWB JJ DeLisle
UWB has recently received yet another facelift. This time it comes with significantly enhanced distance/ranging/location sensing technology and enhanced communications. It is now in a league to compete with other everyday wireless communication and sensing technologies. How does it compare?

Autonomous Robots Meet Consumer Luggage JJ DeLisle
For the future of travel to be less demanding, luggage needs to get smarter in a hurry. More than just luggage with built-in batteries or GPS, the latest trends in travel include faithful luggage robots merrily following their owner through the chaos of the modern transit station.

Logistics and Material Handling with Robots JJ DeLisle
Autonomous systems are growing in adoption to safely and efficiently handle the increased volume and complexity of logistic center fulfillment. Here, we break down the technological anatomy of AMRs and how they will continue to impact the logistics supply chain

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