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


Mouser Electronics – a wholly-owned subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway Inc. – is one of the industry's fastest growing global catalog and online semiconductor and electronic component distributors. Mouser is a company dedicated to supplying design engineers and buyers with the newest products and leading-edge technologies combined with unsurpassed customer service and worldwide support. With a keen focus on design engineers and buyers demanding the latest products, Mouser is redefining customer-focused distribution.

Trending in 2022 and Beyond, Robots and Cobots Aplenty Mouser Staff
How has the pandemic impacted the world of robotics and what major trends are we seeing as we emerge from it? With worker shortages abounding, will robots step in to fill the vacuum? What is a Cobot and how will they be deployed? And what about the rise of AI? And do we care as long as robots can make us good coffee?

Smart Grids Are Becoming Increasingly Important. Here's Why Mouser Staff
Talk of smart grids is everywhere and has been for a few years. But what exactly is a smart grid? What are the risks and what are the rewards? And why should engineers care?

Harnessing LoRaWAN® Technology for Good Mouser Staff
LoRaWAN supports the U.N.'s efforts to make cities safe, resilient, and sustainable by transmitting data from wireless air-quality sensor networks to the cloud. The data can be used to trigger measured and proactive interventions to reduce pollution and protect the health of the most vulnerable

CES 2019: Defining a New Smarter Society For Us All Mouser Staff
The 2019 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) brought together a mind-blowing myriad of different product innovations. With a projected 180,000 people and nearly 4,500 companies attending, there simply isn’t another tech-related event that competes with this in terms of either scale or diversity.

A Breakthrough for Increasing Organic Solar Cell Conductivity Mouser Staff
An accidental discovery at the University of Michigan has turned the sleepy world of organic solar cells upside down. It turns out that electrons can go farther in organic materials, making these materials a far more efficient conduit of electrical current.

Your Wireless Choice: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, or Both? Mouser Staff
We expect devices to have wireless connectivity these days, but which standard offers the right set of trade-offs for your application? Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, or both?

Celebrating the Engineer: Saving the Thai Soccer Team Mouser Staff
Recently, we interviewed Uzi Hanuni, founder and CEO of Maxtech Networks, whose amazing radio communications equipment specially designed for challenging, emergency situations played a crucial role in the successful rescue of 12 boys and their coach from deep inside a cave in Thailand. Industry leaders from around the world say thank you to Uzi in this featured blog.

Happy Birthday, Nikola Tesla! Mouser Staff
Nikola Tesla: Genius or charlatan? Maybe a little bit of both, but there is no disputing that Nikola Tesla, who would 162 years old on July 10th if he were alive today, had a flair for showmanship and a major impact on the advancement of applied electrical technologies. But what if Tesla were still alive today at a time when many of his inventions and ideas have been developed beyond even his wildest imagination? We decided to find out what electrical engineers thought....

Biodesign by Design: A Look at Soft Robotics Mouser Staff
Building machines that can replicate the delicate touch of a human hand is a complex undertaking. Soft robotics uses soft, compliant mechanisms and actuators, built using fluids and flexible materials to enable a wide range of motion, making them more suitable for things like exoskeletons or wearables.

Introducing an MCU Guy to FPGA: Part 4 Mouser Staff
Recently, I was given a project that required transition from MCU to FPGA development. In this four-part blog series, I examine how I translated my existing knowledge and experience with MCUs into FPGA development. In Part 4, I delve into the bridges that compose the FPGA fabric.

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