Blogs

  • New Release of Ayla Networks IoT Platform Removes All Wireless Module Restrictions

    The new portable agent device and enhanced application enablement will speed time to value and add flexibility for building IoT solutions.

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  • Managing functional safety in complex automotive supply chains

    Managing functional safety in complex automotive supply chains

    Organizations in Silicon Valley and elsewhere just entering the automotive marketplace can be taken aback by the strict requirements management and compliance needed with standards such as ISO 26262.

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  • New frontiers in automotive HMI and display design

    New frontiers in automotive HMI and display design

    HMI designs are now employing artificial intelligence (AI) technologies to reduce driver distractions through a new breed of gesture-recognition features.

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  • Bluetooth Mesh Appears Ready For Prime Time

    The list of qualified products, including components and end devices, now tops 60.

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  • Simple On-Line Training For Complex Topics

    The basics of deep learning and neural nets, as well as Ada and Spark are handled in a refreshing manner.

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  • As Engineers, We Have the Power to Change the World

    Win $6000 while making the world a better place. Let's all do our parts.

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  • In pursuit of “Easy-IoT”

    Making IoT faster to deploy and easier to develop means different things to different people.

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  • Secure IoT devices from the microcontroller, up

    Secure IoT devices from the microcontroller, up

    Addressing IoT security goes beyond the capabilities of any individual supplier, and creates the need for specialized partner ecosystems to account for the growing number of IoT threat vectors.

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  • Simplify EMI Compliance with Maxim Power Modules

    Don't get hung up trying to get your design EMI-compliant. Available as either a module or an IC.

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  • enhanced NB-IoT: Disrupting the cellular IoT supply chain

    enhanced NB-IoT: Disrupting the cellular IoT supply chain

    With eNB-IoT technology lowering barriers to entry, minimizing risk, and decreasing time to market, the IoT network supply chain is experiencing a period of disruption.

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  • Why Daimler selected Xilinx for AI and autonomous drive

    Why Daimler selected Xilinx for AI and autonomous drive

    Daimler didn’t select Xilinx as a partner simply to join the bandwagon. Rather, the German automaker is focused on autonomous drive applications and artificial intelligence (AI).

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  • Moxa’s IIoT Edge-Ready Gateways Integrate Microsoft Azure IoT Edge

    Developers of industrial systems will benefit from an easy cloud integration.

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  • Security must remain effective throughout a product’s entire lifetime

    The Timesys TRST technology reduces the attack surface of an embedded system.

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  • Smart sensor nodes cut costs in ubiquitous IoT data capture

    The cost of IoT sensors is falling. So, too, is the overall cost of IoT sensor nodes.

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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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