Key dates in Blatter’s career

first_imgA look at some of the key dates in the career of FIFA President Sepp Blatter:1936 – Born in Visp, Switzerland.1948-1971 – Player in Swiss amateur league.1956 – Becomes member of Swiss Association of Sportswriters.1959-1964 – Public relations official for tourism in the canton of Valais.1964-1966 – Secretary general, Swiss Ice Hockey Federation.1968-1975 – Director at watch company Longines S.A.1975-1981 – FIFA technical director.1981-1998 – FIFA general secretary.1998 – Elected FIFA president.2002 – Blatter accused of financial mismanagement by FIFA executive committee members. Criminal complaint filed against Blatter with Swiss prosecutors comes to nothing after Blatter is re-elected by beating Issa Hayatou of Cameroon in a vote.2007 – Re-elected unopposed.2011 – Re-elected unopposed after challenger Mohamed bin Hammam, a former ally, withdrew before being suspended by FIFA over bribery allegations.May 29, 2015 – Re-elected for fifth term by beating Prince Ali bin al-Hussein after reneging on pledge not to stand again.June 2 – Announces resignation plans as pressure mounts over escalating criminal investigations.July 20 – Exit date set for February 26 when the presidential election is due to be held.July 24 – Uses in-house FIFA magazine to say the governing body will support US and Swiss investigations “no matter how close to home those investigations get.”July 25 – Interrogated by Swiss federal police over alleged criminal use of FIFA money as office is searched and data is seized.last_img read more

Würth: small 1:N transformer, robust and versatile in use

first_img Continue Reading Previous SEGGER: new microcontroller-based dual USB platformNext RTI: connectivity software Connext 6 for healthcare and autonomous systems The coupled power chokes product category from Würth Elektronik eiSos has a new entrant: “WE-MTCI SMT Multi-Turn Ratio Double Choke”. With WE-MTCI, the manufacturer of electronic and electromechanical components presents its smallest double choke yet (5030 package) with different winding ratios from 1:1.5 to 1:3. The magnetically shielded double choke with 0.8 kV isolation is specified for an operating temperature of -40 to +125°C.WE-MTCI is available in versions for rated currents from 0.45 to 0.95 A. The double choke is the ideal solution for buck/boost converters with regulated or unregulated output voltage. Isolated converter applications – such as flyback converters – with high packaging density are also areas of use, as well as step-up or step-down converters with auxiliary windings, as are auto-transformer applications. The WE-MTCI double choke is now available from stock in any quantities. You can request free samples.Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInMoreRedditTumblrPinterestWhatsAppSkypePocketTelegram Tags: Chips & Components last_img read more