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  • PIC MCU development tool gets faster, smarter

    PIC MCU development tool gets faster, smarter

    A great CPU family needs to be coupled with a great ecosystem/development environment.

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  • Interfacing embedded FPGAs with ARM buses

    Embedded FPGAs are being integrated in chips in multiple ways, including as reconfigurable I/O processors or accelerators. ARM chip designers can take advantage through the APB, AHB, and AXI buses.

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  • Securing the edge with ARM TrustZone for v8-M

    Securing the edge with ARM TrustZone for v8-M

    ARM's new 32-bit ARMv8-M architecture was introduced in 2015, adding TrustZone security extensions for Cortex-M microcontrollers (MCUs), among other f...

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  • Signal- and power-integrity fundamentals are essential in a high-speed PCB

    In today's digital design world, speed is often the main factor determining a product's performance. Many designs are packed with too many high-speed...

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  • Embedded moves to multicore

    Embedded moves to multicore

    Power savings and performance enhancement have multicore looking like an SFF "Mighty Mouse" for the embedded industry.

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  • An introduction to FPGA power

    Designing the power system for a field-programmable gate array (FPGA) is no easy task. FPGAs are highly configurable semiconductor devices that are us...

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  • ARM vs x86: Is x86 dead?

    The emergence and media domination of ARM technology could be a nail in the coffin for x86, but each has its own place and may continue to be useful i...

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  • Encryption 301: More extensive encryption subsystems

    Using Ethernet protocols requires the proper encryption schemes. In Part 1, we looked at some do's and don'ts on encryption. In Part 2, we introduced...

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  • Let Snapdragon connect your legacy camera to the Open-Q

    Snapdragon chips are mainly designed for smartphones and thus incorporate interfaces native to the mobile processing environment. Engineers at Qualcom...

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  • Semiconductor foundations for connected device security

    Semiconductor foundations for connected device security

    Foundational security for Internet of Things (IoT) devices starts in silicon, a realization that can be seen today as semiconductor companies ramp up...

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  • Manage and update your vehicle fleet remotely and (more importantly) securely

    If I had to pick one technology that got more than its share of attention at CES, it would be automotive. The products and technologies that were on d...

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  • National Instruments platforms and tools evolve for IIoT developers of all skill levels

    National Instruments platforms and tools evolve for IIoT developers of all skill levels

    Almost 31 years ago National Instruments (NI) introduced LabVIEW, one of the first visual programming languages and design environments for system dev...

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  • Latest solution makes mainstream video surveillance a reality

    Security is top of mind for just about any application these days. The latest advances in processing technology combined with some innovative video te...

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  • Latest DSP IP suits high-end applications

    Latest DSP IP suits high-end applications

    Cadence Design Systems launched the latest IP in the Tesilica Fusion family, the G3. The DSP serves as a fixed and floating-point VLIW processor desig...

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  • AMD ups the processor core ante by 40%

    AMD recently released the details of its latest X86-based microprocessor core, dubbed Zen. Designed from scratch (mostly), the core achieves about a 4...

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  • Now on the Development Kit Selector: Teensy 3.2

    Last week our Technology Editor, Brandon Lewis, announced the reboot of our development kit selector. Every week, we're going to highlight some of the...

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  • There's a big upside to digital power

    There's a big upside to digital power

    Digital power is an oxymoron to some people, but it really shouldn't be. While many (old-school?) designers think that power is analogous to analog, t...

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  • Are graphics finally important in embedded systems?

    For decades graphics capability was the also ran, either only required for development or displaying a crude and basic GUI. Now expectations have move...

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  • Embedded World 2016 Video: Digilent educates embedded on FPGA-driven video HD

    Embedded Computing Design's Rich Nass interviews Ph.D. Mircea Dabacan of Digilent at Embedded World , Hall 1, Booth 208.

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  • Embedded World 2016: Key things to see at EW 2016

    Welcome to this year's "What to see at Embedded World 2016" blog. Over the next two weeks I'll unveil fundamental advances in electronic design engine...

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