Guest Blogs

  • The Envelope Engineer - Speed Detector

    Although the main part of the design should be fairly straightforward, there are two areas that need a bit of contemplation; the type of wireless connectivity to use, and how to detect the vehicles.

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  • Solving RF Complexity in the Connected Car

    The complexity of wireless communications in vehicles is increasing at an extraordinary pace, and the impending arrival of 5G will pave the way for even greater reliance on RF technologies.

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  • Software tests its own integrity

    Obviously, well designed software is likely to have fewer bugs and the application of modern embedded software development tools can keep them to a minimum.

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  • Get High Reliability from Your High-Density Flash

    NAND flash memory is the most popular non-volatile storage element that can be electrically programmed/re-programmed and erased.

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  • Connect to an Embedded Web Server with Automated Certificate Management

    Don't let your users get caught in a security web. Make it easy for them.

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  • Solving Critical Challenges of Autonomous Driving

    The technology of autonomous driving is building upon specific driver-assistance functions like adaptive cruise control or collision avoidance, temporary supervised auto-pilot, to fully self-driving.

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  • Getting a Voice User Experience Right is Harder Than You Think

    Every day, more devices are hitting the market with a voice user interface (VUI) component. Google, Apple, and other technology companies have jumped into the fray and are tripping over each other.

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  • Next Generation Automotive Architecture - Domain Computing

    Innovative operating concepts are a differentiating feature for car manufacturers where displays play a central role.

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  • For the Professional Maker: IkaScope Ultra-Portable WiFi Oscilloscope

    Earlier this year, Ikalogic sent me one of their IkaScope handheld WiFi oscilloscopes to try out. For this mini review, I’ll list the device’s characteristics first, and give my thoughts after.

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  • OpenAIS: Driving Forward IoT for Smart Lighting

    Deeper integration with IoT stands out as the next major disruptive transformation leading to truly smart lighting seamlessly integrated with the infrastructure of connected managed buildings.

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  • Improving Supply Chain Visibility

    For manufacturers, overcoming daily supply chain challenges in the effective management of inventory, and more specifically, having real-time visibility into their supply chain is imperative.

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  • For the Professional Maker: World Maker Faire New York 2018

    This September I had the pleasure of attending the World Maker Faire in New York, where a wide variety of people, robots, and equipment come together to show off what they do and have made.

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  • Self-Driving Cars—Are Power Systems up to the Task?

    Advancements will necessitate automakers having many autonomous features in their vehicles, which could potentially allow for autonomous self-driving cars to be on the roads by the mid-2030s.

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  • Danalock & Silicon Labs Case Study - Embedded Computing

    To develop the most secure door lock possible, Danalock turned to Z-Wave’s newest security protocol — S2 — to achieve that goal.

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  • Security and backwards compatibility, and how we designed Z-Wave to maintain both

    Z-Wave Security 2 ensures all new Z-Wave products come with the best security level. Together with security, backwards compatibility is a core value and a celebrated engineering principle.

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  • True Power Measurement: PAC1932 and PAC1933 DC Power Monitoring ICs

    The PAC1932 and PAC1933 are easy-to-adopt DC power monitoring devices that can measure from 0V to 32V.

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  • Securing IoT Endpoints with the SAM L11 Microcontroller

    SAM L11 is the First 32-bit Microcontroller to Feature Robust, Chip-Level Security and Arm TrustZone Technology

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  • The Heart of the Matter: Reducing Noise in Wearable Heart Rate Measurement Applications

    Microchip’s Wearable Heart Rate Monitor Demonstration* uses a single 8-bit PIC microcontroller (MCU) to measure heart rate.

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  • The Power of Two: Design Code Separately and Integrate It Seamlessly with Dual-Core dsPIC Digital Signal Controllers

    Microchip has recently added a new series of Digital Signal Controllers (DSCs) with two dsPIC DSC cores in a single chip to their portfolio of 16-bit devices.

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  • WorkFlow Guide: Leveraging the power of YOCTO for Linux OS porting projects

    This document is created for the community of developers working on embedded Linux applications. It will guide you through the steps of building an image for Linux distribution, using Yocto Framework.

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