Here are a selection of articles that appeared in the latest EE Times Europe print edition: July 2 – August 19. Click on the headline to see the full story.
European companies and governments are recognizing the potential for solid-state lighting. Spurred on by the need to save on carbon dioxide emissions the European Union is proposing a fast-track ban on traditional filament light bulbs and over the past few weeks the U.K. government has backed two industry-academia consortia that aim to exploit high-brightness, large-area lamps based on LEDs and organic LEDs (OLEDs).
U.S.-Euro rivalry takes flight at Paris Air Show
The sprawling cacophony of the Paris Air Show in this northern suburb where Charles Lindbergh touched ground in 1927 brings together not only every flying machine imaginable but also a dizzying array of industries, technology and trade issues that literally go from the ground up to the heavens.
For many years consumer electronics in cars meant a car radio and maybe an audio cassette player. Now, with the variety of personal mobile devices carrying music and other types of content increasing, the automotive environment has suddenly become much more complex.
While the European market mainly mirrors what Agilent Technologies Inc. (Santa Clara, Calif.) is doing worldwide it also holds some attractions for the specialized supplier of measurement equipment
Developers of boards and subsystems for the Advanced Telecom Computing Architecture, who have waited year after year for a skyrocketing telecom equipment market, were turning their attention toward MicroTCA at the NxtComm show.