Sony Semiconductor Solutions Corporation (“Sony”) has succeeded in developing the world’s first*1 stacked CMOS image sensor technology with 2-Layer Transistor Pixel. Whereas conventional CMOS image sensors’ photodiodes and pixel transistors occupy the same substrate, Sony’s new technology separates photodiodes and pixel transistors on different substrate layers. This new architecture approximately doubles*2 saturationContinue Reading

INTRODUCTION A robust framework for protection As you probably know, there’s no single solution to the challenges of cybersecurity and no such thing as iron-clad cybersecurity that comes built-in to any product. Rather, cybersecurity is a question of trusted partnerships where everyone, sub-supplier to manufacturer and from installers and integratorsContinue Reading

By: Helen Dewdney Don’t make it easy for them When you go out, or to bed, check you have shut and locked all windows and doors. Don’t leave your keys in locks when you are in, as a burglar may be able to reach them through the letterbox. Think aboutContinue Reading

IntroductionThere is a clear trend and market need for high-power transmission over cable. Power over HDBaseT (POH) enablesthe transfer of DC power in conjunction with data signals over a single Ethernet cable to a distance of up to 100meters (m). The POH standard is based on the IEEE 802.3at standardContinue Reading

 Last month we posted a blog about HDBaseT that explained the application and how testing isn’t really any different since standards-based Category 5e, 5 or 6A will support it. But maybe you’ve also heard about power over HDBaseT, or POH, and you’re wondering how that differs from power over Ethernet (PoE). AContinue Reading

by Molly Sharlach, Princeton University Micro-sized cameras have great potential to spot problems in the human body and enable sensing for super-small robots, but past approaches captured fuzzy, distorted images with limited fields of view. Now, researchers at Princeton University and the University of Washington have overcome these obstacles with anContinue Reading

Researchers from the National University of Singapore and Yonsei University in South Korea have devised a mobile application that uses smartphones’ time-of-flight (ToF) sensor to find tiny spy cameras hidden in everyday objects. The app is more successful at detecting hidden cams than existing state-of-the-art commercial hidden camera detectors (CC308+,Continue Reading