Hardware

  • Plain and simple: Maximize your battery life

    There are many items that affect battery life. Be sure you check all the boxes, including the comparator, which could come from Maxim Integrated.

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  • PCI Express Mini Cards Offer Flexible Digital I/O Expansion

    PCI Express Mini Cards Offer Flexible Digital I/O Expansion

    PCI Express (PCIe) mini cards from Acces I/O Products offer flexible digital I/O expansion.

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  • How to choose the optimal wavelength for your biosensor application

    How to choose the optimal wavelength for your biosensor application

    To optimize optical biosensors, you need to understand the behavior of light as it impinges upon and travels through the skin.

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  • Keeping complexity in check with embedded code generators

    Keeping complexity in check with embedded code generators

    Raspberry Pi and today's MCUs have much in common as they seek to reduce complexity for developers. Though their intricacies can become a challenge, modern embedded code generators can help.

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  • E-Sim cards are coming, whether the operators want them or not

    Embedded SIM cards hold lots of potential. The operators may not favor them, but they may not have a choice.

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  • Mobile VR comes with its own set of challenges

    Mobile VR comes with its own set of challenges

    Virtual reality is coming to mobile platforms, but it comes with challenges, from processing to power, and then some.

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  • Memory suits smart home products, really

    Memory suits smart home products, really

    New memory devices from Adesto suit smart-home products

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  • Back to the Future with the Millennium Bug

    Everyone over 30 or so can remember the “Y2K problem,” also known as the “Millennium bug.” As the end of the century and millennium loomed, there was widespread concern that chaos would ensue.

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  • Student Competitions Fuel Next-Gen Engineers

    Student Competitions Fuel Next-Gen Engineers

    Between 2014 and 2024, the number of STEM jobs will grow by 17%, compared to 12% anticipated growth for non-STEM jobs, reports Change the Equation. To keep up, young people must be more prepared

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  • Embedded Insiders Podcast – NAND Flash Forward

    Embedded Insiders Podcast – NAND Flash Forward

    Is NAND Flash just about "cheapest wins"? Not for industrial apps, where older, more expensive technology wins the day. Cactus Technologies joins the Embedded Insiders

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  • Flex to buy Ericsson Power Modules business

    Ericsson has signed with Flex to divest Ericsson Power Modules, excluding the brand. This includes a manufacturing site in China and business assets in Sweden.

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  • The Adafruit Trinket: A tiny dev board for when a few I/O pins is enough

    The Adafruit Trinket: A tiny dev board for when a few I/O pins is enough

    The board features an ATtiny85 microcontroller for processing, giving it 8K of flash memory and five available I/O pins.

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  • Looking ahead in embedded platforms: The trends and products to look out for

    Looking ahead in embedded platforms: The trends and products to look out for

    After a slow start in terms of consumer take-up, we expect adoption of AI-powered interaction to gather pace, as people become more used to working with their electronic assistants.

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  • Enhance indoor and outdoor signage with e-paper displays

    Reading text from a display for extended periods of time has always been problematic for a large number of electronic readers. Since the advent of the...

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  • How Hollywood gets biometrics wrong (and what it gets right)

    Setting aside the question of whether rogue robots will create a dystopian future, there is one area that artificial intelligence (AI) in movies all s...

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  • Electronics components and the age of e-commerce: Does price really matter?

    Electronics components and the age of e-commerce: Does price really matter?

    One thing is true about getting older: You are able to speak about the past with some experience. I was reminded of this recently when having a conver...

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  • Three things to consider when developing embedded UIs for the IoT

    With no signs of the IoT economy slowing down--IHS Markit reports that we'll hit over 75 billion devices by 2025--the challenge for embedded developme...

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  • Embedded Ready for Extremes

    Embedded Ready for Extremes

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  • High Data Rates Over The VPX Infrastructure

    High Data Rates Over The VPX Infrastructure

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  • Xeon-D Vs Xeon-E for embedded radar applications: Comparing server-class devices for Space Time Adaptive Processing applications

    Xeon-D Vs Xeon-E for embedded radar applications: Comparing server-class devices for Space Time Adaptive Processing applications

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