Applegate Directory - Leading directory for the electronics, engineering, and the plastics and rubber industry sectors in the UK.
Cahners e-inSITE - Network site for professionals in the Electronic OEM (EOEM), consolidating content from 20 market-leading publications, 3 research organizations and key network partners.
Dolby Laboratories - Dolby® Digital technology is an advanced form of digital audio coding that makes it possible to store and transmit high-quality digital sound far more efficiently than was previously possible. First used in movie theaters in 1992, Dolby Digital technology is the result of decades spent by Dolby Laboratories developing signal-processing systems that exploit the characteristics of human hearing.
eg3 - A community portal that indexes all the net resources, free software, papers, books, hardware, software, and services of value to the embedded, DSP, and realtime community. Compactpci, system-on-a-chip, voice over IP, Texas Instrument DSP's; electronic design.
EPEAT - Global registry for greener electronics. EPEAT is used by hundreds of companies, universities and government agencies in dozens of countries. Its rigorous requirements and searchable product database let buyers bypass marketing hype and confusing specifications.
Ohm's Law - Deals with the relationship between voltage and current in an ideal conductor. This relationship states that: "The potential difference (voltage) across an ideal conductor is proportional to the current through it."
Advanced Access Content System - A collaboration among Intel, I.B.M., Microsoft, Sony, Toshiba, Panasonic, Walt Disney and Time Warner to create system for licensing and distributing movies and other content produced with the latest digital media technology.
Battery University - A free educational website that offers hands-on battery information to engineers, educators, media, students and battery users alike. The tutorials evaluate the advantages and limitations of battery chemistries, advise on best battery choice and suggest ways to extend battery life.
Component Obsolescence Group (COG) - In industries where equipment life is long, the non-availability of electronic components can be a serious problem. The Component Obsolescence Group was formed in the UK in 1997 to provide a forum for industry professionals to meet each other and exchange information.
Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) - Unites more than 600 companies within the U.S. consumer technology industry. Member-only resources include exclusive information and market research, networking opportunities with business advocates and leaders, up-to-date educational programs and technical training, exposure in extensive promotional programs, and representation from the voice of the industry, CEA, promoting and advancing member needs and interests.
National Electronic Distributors Association (NEDA) - Represents companies involved in the distribution of electronic components, computer and computer peripheral components and test, measurement and control equipment parts and their manufacturer-suppliers.
Automotive Test Report - Devoted to testing automotive electronics and applications of electronics to the testing of vehicles and their systems and components.
CommVerge - Covers the new technologies arising out of the collision of computers, communications, and consumer electronics.
EBN - News, analysis and in-depth reporting of business strategies and technology trends in the electronics industry.
EDN - Technology magazine for design and development engineers and engineering managers.
EE Times - Electronics industry newspaper of record for over 30 years.
Solid State Technology - A global resource for the latest electronics manufacturing insights, news, analysis and product information related to semiconductor manufacturing, wafer fabrication, integrated circuits, thin-film microelectronics, flat-panel displays and microstructure technologies, processes, equipment and more.
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