ElectroMagnetic Design Made Easy
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) has revolutionized the tracking practice for many industries, as it offers a quicker way to track multiple items over long distances. RFID is a highly versatile technology with applications throughout tracking businesses – from baggage handling, controlling manufacturing processes to real-time tracking of inventory. While it can offer considerable benefits, it does come with some limitations and challenges, such as read range limitations, sensitivity to the types and shape of surrounding materials, orientation, and positioning, etc.
Over the last decade, the frequency of local clocks on chips and the speed of I/O drivers have continued to increase. Interconnects have become more complex with more functionalities as integration technology continues to advance. Such advances enabled engineers to design circuits with remarkable enhancements in terms of higher I/O densities, more complex interconnects and reduced size using TSVs (Through Silicon Vias) in 3D ICs.
Medical telemetry revolutionized modern medicine. What happens inside the human body is translated and transmitted in real-time using on-body or implanted devices. It is generally used to monitor patients’ vital signs such as pulse and respiration. These devices facilitate patients’ movement without restricting them to a bedside monitor with a hard-wired connection.
Electric motors are the ultimate solution for zero-emission vehicles. They are also deployed in several domestic and industrial applications like home appliances, aerospace, defense, etc. Certains characteristics that affect motor performance need to be thoroughly considered by designers and drive engineers when designing eclectic motors to fit specific operating conditions or withstand certain atmospheric conditions. Since the requirements differ significantly, so do the motor characteristics. In electric vehicles, the motor must have a compact and lightweight structure, while in wind turbines, it should provide high torque at low speed.