Category Archives: Electronic Design

The Ultimate Guide to Chip Antenna

10/04/2024, hardwarebee

The drive for size miniaturization in wireless electronics devices led to antennas being reduced in size and deployed in an ultra-compact way, which is referred to as chip antenna technology. New antenna designers are always coming up with novel techniques to minimize size, save costs, and enhance the

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The Ultimate Guide to PCB Antennas

09/04/2024, hardwarebee

Introduction to PCB Antennas
In the communication industry, an antenna is a critical component, to allow transmit or receive electromagnetic waves. In the early age of antenna technology, the antenna was typically large, mounted on the external structure of the transmitter or receiver. The idea of a PCB antenna

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CEO Talk: Michael Worry, Nuvation Engineering

26/03/2024, hardwarebee

We had a pleasure talking with, Michael Worry, CEO of Nuvation Engineering. Here is our full interview:

Tell me a bit about your background? How did you first get started with Nuvation Engineering?
I founded Nuvation Engineering in 1997. I had recently graduated from the University

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STMicroelectronics reveals advanced ultra-low-power STM32 microcontrollers for industrial, medical, smart-metering, and consumer applications

20/03/2024, hardwarebee

STMicroelectronics (NYSE: STM), a global semiconductor leader serving customers across the spectrum of electronics applications, has introduced a new generation of energy-conscious and cost-effective microcontrollers (MCUs) that can reduce energy consumption by up to 50% compared to previous product generations. This enables less frequent battery replacements, minimizes the impact of

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HardwareBee Welcomes EFF’INNOV to its Premier Electronic Design Services Portal

29/02/2024, hardwarebee

press release

HardwareBee, the premier portal for electronic design service providers, proudly announces its partnership with EFF’INNOV Technologies, a distinguished ISO13485-2016 (Medical Devices) certified design house specializing in electronics, embedded software, and mobile applications with a high level of reliability. By joining HardwareBee, EFF’INNOV gains access to a comprehensive suite of marketing

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A new AI chip that should worry Nvidia

25/02/2024, hardwarebee


Meet Groq, a young company developing what sounds like Nvidia’s nightmare. This is a chip called LPU (or Language Processing Unit) specifically designed for huge language models (LLM) and allows them to operate at a speed that is not currently seen in the existing chatbots on the market.

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SPARK Microsystems Revolutionizes Wireless Headsets with Ultra-Wideband Audio Technology

09/11/2023, hardwarebee

press release

Montreal, Canada, Nov. 8, 2023 – SPARK Microsystems, a Canadian fabless semiconductor company specializing in next-generation short-range wireless communications, has released its Golion wireless headset reference design leveraging SPARK ultra-wideband (UWB) audio technology to deliver an unparalleled audio experience. SPARK’s UWB audio is production-proven technology as demonstrated by the recent integration into the Sonus faber Duetto wireless speaker

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AI Accelerator Chips Overview and Comparison

28/08/2023, hardwarebee

In the evolving era of electronic devices, chip technologies are rising rapidly. One of the most advanced technologies is AI Accelerator Chips. These chips differ in the type of application, and architecture.
Here is below, we discuss what is an AI Accelerator Chip, what companies are making them, and

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Understanding Impedance of Capacitor

07/08/2023, hardwarebee


A capacitor’s resistance to the flow of alternating current (AC) is referred to as its impedance. Like resistance, impedance is unique to AC circuits because it considers the amplitude and phase shift of the current relative to the voltage. Although impedance is similar to resistance, it is not the same

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The Ultimate Guide to S Parameters

29/07/2023, hardwarebee

The linear characteristics of radio frequency (RF) networks, circuits, and components are described by scattering parameters (S-parameters). They measure the propagation of RF energy through a system and contain data on its essential properties, such as gain, loss, impedance, phase, and stability. S-parameters can be measured or saved in ordinary

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