About Dataweek
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Dataweek

About Dataweek

Covering the key areas of electronics and communications technology

Dataweek is the most trusted technical publication for professionals in the electronic engineering industry. Across southern Africa, we connect with the decision makers who select solutions that address today's electronic engineering challenges, covering the full spectrum of electronics and communications technologies in areas such as:

  • Analogue, mixed signal, LSI
  • Circuit & system protection
  • Computer/embedded technology
  • Design automation
  • Electrical
  • Electronics technology
  • Enclosures, racks, cabinets & panel products
  • Industrial electronics
  • Interconnection
  • Optoelectronics
  • Passive components
  • Power electronics / management
  • Production technology / manufacturing
  • Programmable logic
  • Switches & relays
  • Telecoms, datacoms, wireless, IoT
  • Test & measurement
  • And more...

Editorial content

  • Insights into the latest communications and electronic engineering trends
  • Expert opinion on challenges and developments in the electronic engineering industry
  • Round-table discussions
  • Best practice across electronics products and solutions
  • Electronic components and product editorial
  • Electronic engineering news, training and events

Our readers

  • Electronic engineers
  • Research and development
  • Quality control
  • Executive
  • Electronics manufacturing
  • Electronics design
  • Technical electronic engineering services
  • Electronic test and measurement

Full demographic breakdown available on request from Malckey Tehini at malckey@technews.co.za

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