7 Steps to Reach the River in UX Design!

Feb 5

7 Steps to Reach the River in UX Design!

Flow occurs when there is a balance between the difficulty of a task (difficulty level) and the level of a person’s ability in the given task (ability to play). A task that is too difficult would increase anxiety / frustration, while a task that is too easy will lead to boredom. 1. Find a challenge: […]
May 23

Mapping the innovation infrastructure

UKRI needs to map the British research and innovation infrastructure to find out what is needed to keep Britain competitive in the next 10 to 15 years. Last month, work began on the creation of the first national roadmap for research and innovation infrastructure in the UK. UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), the new UK […]
Apr 15

As small cells are introduced into 4G networks, it becomes more important to create efficient MMIC power amplifiers

Small cells are being introduced into 4G networks to increase their capacity, especially in dense urban areas where macrocells are flooded with traffic. Consequently, the power amplifiers (PA) of these small, highly distributed cells must be able to meet design criteria other than macrocells. They need to be able to handle less power (perhaps 60W […]
Feb 9

Bluetooth is 20 years old

In January 2018, the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) celebrated its 20th anniversary. Founded in 1998, the group was founded with a handful of companies looking to replace voice and mobile data cables. Today, more than 33,000 companies are members. Mark Powell, Executive Director of Bluetooth SIG, said in January 2018: “Since its inception, Bluetooth […]