TELDAT Blog

Communicate with us

Device housing: “Different materials for different environments”

Device housing: “Different materials for different environments”

The growing need for, and use of, telecommunications devices means that we can now find them installed and providing services in all sorts environments and environmental scenarios. Telecommunications Devices Anywhere They are outdoors, withstanding inclement weather and widely oscillating temperatures throughout the day and year. They are in industrial environments, where they face demanding and...

read more
Power electronics in telecommunication equipment

Power electronics in telecommunication equipment

The application of power electronics to communications devices has to do with the processing of the electrical input power using semiconductor devices and reactive elements. Thus, the raw input power is processed according to a control input that conditions the output power. This conditioning can be carried out by DC/DC converters - that convert the DC input voltage into another DC voltage with...

read more
Styling IT products: Bringing added value through design

Styling IT products: Bringing added value through design

A carefully honed brand image is an inescapable premise for anyone who wants their product to standout in the market, particularly given the importance of design. The IT field is no exception to this. So how can we bring added value through styling? Every brand is well-aware of how important it is to provide services and solutions for existing needs, reduce manufacturing costs, advertise...

read more
Manufacturing Electronics in 21st Century

Manufacturing Electronics in 21st Century

On June 30th 1948, The New York Times devoted a 4-inch article on page 46 to a new invention: “A device called a transistor, which has several applications in radio where a vacuum tube ordinarily is employed”. [1] The article unveiled what Bell Labs (the R&D Department of the American telephone operator AT&T) had been developing and patenting since 1947. This modest announcement of what...

read more
Control structures for modern microprocessors

Control structures for modern microprocessors

Since the advent of computers a large variety of processors with different instruction set architecture (ISA) have been developed. Their design commenced with the definition of the instruction set and culminated in the implementation of the microarchitecture that complied with the specification. During the eighties interest was centered on determining the most desirable features of that set. In...

read more
floating-i
Contact us