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EDN: A perspective on digital ANC solutions in a low latency dominated world

A persective on digital ANC solutions in a low latency dominated world

Active noise cancelling (ANC) technology was used typically in pricey headsets to attenuate the engine noise of an aircraft. The technique to attenuate the unwanted ambient noise is rather old and was invented in the last century. Meanwhile, the headset industry noticed the advantages of ANC with its enhanced listening experience to differentiate from commodity headsets. Since ANC was a niche market to the semiconductor industry, the typical technical implementations used to be discrete with stand-alone headphone amplifiers, operational amplifiers, and microphone pre-amplifiers.

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Electronic Design: Power & Analog 2017 Forecast - What Experts Are Saying

Power & Analog 2017 Forecast: What Experts Are Saying

Representatives from major players in the semiconductor industry share their predictions for 2017 regarding power modules, wireless power, data converters, wireless sensing, and more. Pierre Laboisse, executive vice president, global sales and marketing, ams, offers his perspective on where the sensor market will focus in 2017.

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Electronic Design: Magnetic Angle Position Sensors Elicit Efficient, Energy-Saving Motor Control

Magnetic Angle Position Sensors Elicit Efficient, Energy-Saving Motor Control

In the seemingly endless quest for higher motor performance and improved system cost efficiencies, motor manufacturers are increasingly adopting a new trend: Replacing multiple magnetic Hall-effect latch sensor devices with a single Hall-effect magnetic angle sensor device for motor-commutation feedback. This trend is particularly evident in the automotive and industrial markets, where use of brushless direct-current (BLDC) motors is on the rise.

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Construction Executive: Smart Sensors’ Role in the Digital Ceiling

Smart Sensors’ Role in the Digital Ceiling

The Internet of Things (IoT) has introduced large-scale networking and digitization to commercial buildings and opens a whole new range of solutions and services for construction and building management executives that are too compelling to ignore. This innovation will yield true smart buildings that are efficient, save energy, optimize facility management, enhance safety and security, generate business intelligence and improve occupants’ experience.