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  • Automotive multicore gets a model-based development boost

    Automotive multicore gets a model-based development boost

    The performance and capabilities of multicore automotive control MCUs enable automakers to add new features. However, these devices also require more advanced parallel programming techniques.

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  • FPGAs for embedded AI: Reducing power consumption, programming complexity for mass markets

    FPGAs for embedded AI: Reducing power consumption, programming complexity for mass markets

    Developers are investigating AI in embedded applications for automotive, industrial, and consumer markets. Many of these have strict thresholds in terms of the power consumption and complexity.

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  • Visualizing Bluetooth and Wi-Fi coexistence issues on the IoT

    To minimize the impact of RF interference in the 2.4 GHz spectrum, protocol and spectrum analyzers have become an increasingly important apparatus in the developer’s toolbox.

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  • Marvell’s 802.11ax Concurrent Dual Wi-Fi Targets Next-Generation Connected Cars

    The 88Q9098 wireless SoC offers 802.11ax two-by-two plus two-by-two concurrent dual Wi-Fi operation.

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  • Maxim Provides True Fault Protection for High-Speed USB Ports and Industrial Voltage Applications

    Get protection up to ±40V in packages that are smaller than you think.

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  • 8-Bit MCUs Tackle Closed-Loop Control Applications

    Additions to both the PIC and ATtiny families serve developers from all walks.

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  • Lattice Ultra-Low Power Solution Brings AI to the Edge of the IoT

    The flexibility of an FPGA opens lots of doors when it comes to machine learning and AI. Throw in small size and low-cost, and you've got a real winner.

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  • My Top Embedded Innovator

    My Top Embedded Innovator

    Each year, Embedded Computing Design dedicates an issue to innovators in the electronics design community. This column is my nomination of Wayne Kristoff.

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  • Google Cloud Joins LoRa Alliance

    This potentially adds the world of analytics to the world of connectivity.

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  • Design engineers: Do your share and win big bucks

    From the ten finalists, the judges will pick three winners, who will receive $6000, $3000, and $1500, for First, Second, and Third prizes, respectively.

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  • Design engineers: Do your part and win big bucks

    Design engineers: Do your part and win big bucks

    Embedded Computing Design has partnered with IAR Systems and Renesas Electronics in a design challenge where we ask you, the engineer/developer, to create a prototype that will have a positive impact.

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  • Alta Devices Launches Gen4 Solar Cells For UAVs and Other Vehicles

    Gains in power added to weight reduction result in a huge overall improvement.

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  • Enhanced OTA Updater Works with IoT Devices

    Tool simplifies the process of bug fixes and other patches.

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  • Intel Offering Combines AI and Vision

    With Intel CPUs, FPGAs, and VPUs, deep/machine-learning gets a huge boost.

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  • My Top Embedded Innovator

    Each year, Embedded Computing Design dedicates an issue to innovators in the electronics design community. This is my nomination of Wayne Kristoff.

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  • Graceful evolution amidst IoT disruption

    Graceful evolution amidst IoT disruption

    The IoT mash-up of cloud, gateway, and embedded sensor devices screams rip-and-replace. After all, when you’re in the midst of a paradigm shift, you can discard the history, right?

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  • Develop your Linux apps on this RISC-V board

    The expansion board comes from a partnership between SiFive and Microsemi.

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  • High-end three-axis accelerometer offers 10-year support

    STMicroelectronics has made an addition to its MEMS sensors portfolio aimed at advanced automation and the Industrial IIoT, and it comes with a 10-year product-longevity assurance.

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  • EPC’s eGaN Devices Suit Automotive

    With testing done, eGaN is ready for prime time, particularly in the automotive space.

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  • Arm-based embedded computer suits harsh environments

    Extreme temperatures are no problem for the Zebra board.

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