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Getting rid of the destructive heat in electronics

Thermal management solutions are crucial to making electronic devices trouble-free, as they help to regulate the core temperature in the right manner. Electronics Bazaar finds out the latest in thermal management offerings By Samonway Duttagupta  The world of electronics never fails...
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In tune with the changing wavelengths of wireless communication

Wireless communication testers and analysers are going through rapid technological advancements. They now have multiple capabilities and higher accuracies, and are more compact. Electronics Bazaar reports on the latest test and measurement instruments available By Samonway Duttagupta Satish was running late...

Loader and unloader machines: Seen yields like these before?

With the assembly of printed circuit boards (PCB) becoming automated, the whole process of PCB manufacturing has become more efficient. To achieve higher productivity along with quality, the need of the hour is to have efficient loader/unloader machines. In...

LED drivers turn smart as LED lighting becomes more flexible

With LEDs moving into various application areas, their drivers need to be more efficient and cost effective. Read about the technological advances in this segment before you make a purchase decision By Gunjan Piplani LED lighting is gaining prominence in India...

Fortum launches greenfield solar project in Madhya Pradesh

January 29, 2015: The Finnish utility company, Fortum has annouced the launch of its first greenfield solar project in Madhya Pradesh. The capacity of this plant is 10MW, and is commissioned under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission (JNNSM)...

15 per cent subsidy announced for rooftop solar PV plant

January 6, 2015: Ministry of new and renewable energy (MNRE) has announced that the government will provide a 15 per cent subsidy for rooftop solar PV plants. The subsidy will be provided to the beneficiaries, thus promoting the initiative,...

Mumbai to get LED street lights soon

Monday, January 5, 2015: India is not far behind the trend of having massive LED installations around the world as the Bombay Municipal Corporation (BMC) has decided to replace the old street lights of Mumbai with fresh LED lights...

SGS Tekniks’ new Manesar facility to focus on high end electronics

Friday, December 12, 2014: This is the sixth manufacturing unit of SGST in India. The unit has been commissioned to provide end to end services to all verticals requiring high end electronics. Spread over an area of 8000sqm, this...

Odisha gets largest rooftop solar power plant

Wednesday, December 03, 2014: Ministry of New & Renewable Energy, Government of India, secretary Upendra Tripathy officially inaugurated 500 KWp rooftop solar PV project at Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences (KISS) in Bhubaneswar on Saturday. This is the first time...

Compact and robust next generation wireless security cameras

Not only have wireless security cameras become more pocket friendly by doing away with the high costs of cabling but they are also faster to deploy and easy to install. The key transition witnessed by this market is the...

Laden with advanced functionalities, signal generators now offer benchmark performances

Today’s advanced signal generators come with excellent RF and baseband performance. With features like wideband vector modulation, these devices offer built-in baseband waveform generation with deep memory capabilities to ensure maximum versatility By Richa Chakravarty Monday, November 24, 2014: With the increasing...

The latest in SMT automated optical inspection systems

Monday, November 24, 2014: Automated optical inspection (AOI) systems are powerful tools for process control and verification during the various stages of the assembly process. They are designed to quickly identify visible defects on PCBAs including missing, misaligned and incorrect...

MNRE’s draft scheme for Ultra Mega Solar Power Projects

MNRE plans to set up 25 solar parks, each with a capacity of 500 to 1000MW, thereby targeting a capacity of around 20,000MW of solar power EB Bureau Monday, November 24, 2014: The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) has...

Vibrancy of Gujarat’s solar energy sector makes it a favourite destination for investments

Various incentives, attractive tariffs and a single window mechanism for infrastructure development and implementation are the major factors that have made Gujarat’s solar policy comparatively more profitable than the MNRE scheme and other states’ policies By Richa Chakravarty Monday, November 24, 2014: Currently, the...

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