Reliability

Weltraumelektronik – Fit für den Orbit

Der Weltraumvertrag von 1967 regelt: „Jede Nation hat freien Zugang zum All.“ Seit zirka 20 Jahren starten immer mehr Nationen mit kommerziellen Projekten in den Weltraum. Private Raumfahrtunternehmen planen, mit Mikro– und Nanosatelliten z.B. die weltweite lückenlose Internetversorgung zu erreichen….

Space Electronics – Fit for Orbit!

The Outer Space Treaty of 1967 stipulates that every nation enjoys free access to space. For the last 20 years, more and more nations have been launching commercial projects in space. Private spaceflight companies are planning to use micro and…

Robust5G – How clever module design slows down the material aging of 5G components

Communication networks like 5G need the many modules and components that make them up to be robust and long-lasting, whatever the environmental conditions or other circumstances may be. Researchers at Fraunhofer IZM have now developed a testing method which allows…

The Weakest Link – Aging Lithium-Ion Batteries

In electronics, batteries are always the weakest link. Many factors can influence how rechargeable batteries age. Their capacity is affected not just by the number of charging cycles, but also by environmental factors like temperature or by the behaviour of…