EPDT magazine June 2019 issue (inc. Electronics Distribution supplement) now available online

02 June 2019

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This month’s issue, available in print or digital editions, contains features on Embedded tech & Communications apps, plus EPDT's twice-yearly Electronics Distribution supplement.

My Editor's comment this month opens the issue by considering the impact our industry is having on climate change (p4 digital issue or web version).

Our cover story considers how this year’s impending roll-outs of both 5G & Wi-Fi 6 might impact wireless connectivity – and each other (p10 digital issue or web version).

Also in Communications, we explore some of the technologies behind the evolution and roll out of 5G (p14 digital issue or web version).

For Embedded, part one of a focus on embedded system design reviews some of the hardware options available today (p7 digital issue or web version).

Our bi-annual Electronics Distribution supplement (p17) opens with an introduction from the ecsn Chairman reviewing the ‘state of the nation’ for the electronic components industry so far during 2019 – and looking ahead to the rest of the year (p18 digital issue or web version). The supplement also explores trends in distribution (p21 digital issue or web version) and how embracing innovation & supporting education are key to maintaining long-term success (p24 digital issue or web version).

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Our T&M feature explains how boundary scan access via the JTAG interface enables embedded electronics test & programming (p28 digital issue or web version).

And finally, in the run-up to International Women in Engineering Day, my regular STEM column explores some of this year’s INWED themes (p34 digital issue or web version).

As always, I hope you enjoy the issue – and I’d love to hear what you think or any ideas for topics you’d like EPDT to cover. You can email me at mark.gradwell@imlgroup.co.uk...

Mark Gradwell


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