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As car bodies become lighter, automakers face the challenge of finding a balance between light weighting and meeting safety regulations as well as improving stiffness, limiting noise, and maintaining durability. Structural adhesives play a fundamental role in finding this balance.
Until now, Wi-Fi has been operating under non-continuous frequency ranges with notable gaps in coverage that introduce limitations in speed and signal continuity. Wi-Fi 6E, the evolution of Wi-Fi 6, changes all of that with the delivery of a contiguous unlicensed spectrum with no breaks, allowing for faster data rates over the newly-available 6 GHz band. It’s a major advance in wireless technology and expands performance for the enterprise. Where Wi-Fi 6 was really good, – helping alleviate and offload 5G wireless congestion in high traffic areas like public venues and work environments – Wi-Fi 6E will excel. With this new spectrum opened up, not only will Wi-Fi 6E and 5G play even nicer together (the relationship was already mutually beneficial), but many of those connection issues with PCs competing for signal space within crowded Wi-Fi bands will resolve, or at least get much, much better.
To manage the greater data bandwidth needs inherent with 4k rich media streaming, machine learning, data mining, and analytics, next-generation hyper-scale and cloud-scale datacenters are transitioning to the 400 gigabit ethernet (GbE) standard.
Correct electrically conductive adhesives in combination with an accurate stringing assembly tool, offers a great potential for shingled module technology
Lightweighting remains a continuing challenge for automotive manufacturers even as more and more vehicles are turning electric and losing their traditional combustion components. Although the energy capacity of advanced lithium-ion batteries has improved considerably over recent years, their weight may still account for 600 to 800 kg depending on car size and targeted reach.
Using Hybrid Designs Save About 40kg of Automotive Weight
Body components and especially closures have always been in the focus of lightweighting in automotive engineering, since they form some of the biggest parts of vehicles. Even if you reduce their thickness by just one tenth of a millimeter, you can save a lot of weight.
Focus on Component Rigidity and Performance in Automobile Crash Simulations
The principle of locally adding panel reinforcements to the side outer body panel, fender and doors is shown in Figure 5. At a wall thickness reduced by 0.2 mm in aluminum panels...
Optical transceivers, switches and components are the engines of expansive data networks for metro, long haul, sub-sea and data center interconnect (DCI). Cost-effective and high-speed capable, optical devices have transformed in recent years, becoming smaller in size, using less power while increasing data throughput.
Telecom and datacom systems, once considered distinct ecosystems, are now interdependent networks of wireless devices and cloud hyperscale data services.
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