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One of the exciting developments we report today is a new standard for wireless charging from NuCurrent, a new series of oscilloscopes from Rohde & Schwarz and a stepper motor driver that saves board space by Toshiba. There is also a pair of magnetic angle sensors by Alps Alpine for automotive motors, two cascadable gain blocks by CML Microcircuits and a co-processing board from Mercury which is powered by AMD Xilinx Versal technology.