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Superconductors are in the news again. This time, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has discovered a law governing thin-film superconductors, eliminating much of the trial and error for companies that manufacture superconducting photodetectors that can sense single photons and squids for super-accurate measurements of minute magnetic fields.

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Analog Devices has introduced a multiplexed 24-bit sigma-delta A/D converter designed for process automation and instrumentation systems, where data channel density is increasing and channels must be monitored faster. Analog Devices claims that the converter doubles the throughput rate of alternative sigma-delta converters while dissipating less power and achieves a 50-kSPS (thousand samples per second) multi-channel scan rate.

 

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Measuring, monitoring and controlling anything seem feasible with the current generation of wireless sensors that can match up to any of man’s five senses. But, our exclusive sixth sense rings an alarming gong—will not such widespread use of sensors lead to security and privacy issues?

 

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