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  • Kaman Introduces the SC-2440 Self-Contained Displacement Sensor

    Kaman Introduces the SC-2440 Self-Contained Displacement Sensor

    Kaman Precision Products introduced the SC-2440, an off the shelf, self-contained analog output displacement sensor.

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  • MPS DC-DC power modules integrate the maximum number of components in a single package.

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  • Food, Clothing, Shelter, Power, Data

    Food, Clothing, Shelter, Power, Data

    What defines a basic need has evolved as society grows more sophisticated and complex.

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  • MYIR Introduces $29 ARM SoM Powered by ST STM32MP1

    MYIR Introduces $29 ARM SoM Powered by ST STM32MP1

    The MYC-YA157C CPU Module is a powerful and low-cost SoM for various embedded applications.

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  • Synaptics Launches New TD7850 Automotive TDDI Solution for Touchscreens up to 15 inches

    Synaptics Launches New TD7850 Automotive TDDI Solution for Touchscreens up to 15 inches

    Follows TD7800 Design-ins at Six Major OEMs Across Europe, North America, Japan, China.

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  • What You Need for Effective IoT Data Systems

    What You Need for Effective IoT Data Systems

    Here are three big challenges for Big Data and three vital components any IoT Data System must have.

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  • Highly Improved Technologies to Revolutionize Microdisplay, New Features to Come

    Highly Improved Technologies to Revolutionize Microdisplay, New Features to Come

    Microdisplay has unconventionally benefitted rear-projection TVs, digital cameras, smart bands, smartwatches, smart glasses, and other such gadgets and technologies.

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  • Skyworks Accelerates Adoption of 5G Massive IoT Applications

    Skyworks Accelerates Adoption of 5G Massive IoT Applications

    Skyworks Solutions, a producer of analog semiconductors, announced that its family of connectivity modules are now powering the emerging 5G Massive Internet of Things (Massive IoT) market.

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  • MIPI Releases I3C v1.1 Utility and Control Bus Upgrade for I2C Implementers

    MIPI Releases I3C v1.1 Utility and Control Bus Upgrade for I2C Implementers

    New version further simplifies development for smartphones, IoT devices, automotive/ADAS, server manageability and more.

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  • Silanna Semiconductor Fully Qualifies and Releases 33W and 65W Integrated Active-Clamp Flyback Controllers

    Silanna Semiconductor Fully Qualifies and Releases 33W and 65W Integrated Active-Clamp Flyback Controllers

    The SZ1101 and SZ1105 fully-integrated active-clamp flyback (ACF) controllers empower AC/DC power adapters.

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  • Ampleon Claims Most Efficient 500-Watt LDMOS Transistor  in the 433MHz Band

    Ampleon Claims Most Efficient 500-Watt LDMOS Transistor in the 433MHz Band

    Operating at a frequency range of between 423 to 443MHz, the BLP05H9S500P can deliver up to 500-Watt output power in pulsed or continuous wave modes

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  • Qorvo’s USB Fast Charger PMIC Serves Mobile Devices in Vehicles

    Qorvo’s USB Fast Charger PMIC Serves Mobile Devices in Vehicles

    Integrating power and analog functions into a single IC, the ACT4751M meets all power requirements for USB Fast Charger applications

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  • STMicroelectronics Combines STM32 MCU and LoRa Transceiver on One SoC

    STMicroelectronics Combines STM32 MCU and LoRa Transceiver on One SoC

    STMicroelectronics introduced what it claims is the industry’s first LoRa system-on-chip (SoC). Previously, the LoRa device was a separate transceiver that connected to a microprocessor.

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  • Inside the Black Box

    Inside the Black Box

    Most software is obtained as a binary executable. The program may run and does what it does, but the user has no knowledge of its inner workings and has no opportunity to modify its functionality.

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  • Embedded Executives: Frédéric Thomas, VP of Technology, Kudelski IoT

    Embedded Executives: Frédéric Thomas, VP of Technology, Kudelski IoT

    In this week’s Embedded Executives podcast, I interviewed Frédéric Thomas, the Vice President of Technology for Kudelski IoT.

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  • Cadence PCB and SOLIDWORKS CAD Environments Connected by EMA’s CADSync

    Cadence PCB and SOLIDWORKS CAD Environments Connected by EMA’s CADSync

    With native bi-directional traceability and in-tool access to native CAD data structures, engineering teams can easily share high-fidelity design changes and other information that help reduce develo

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  • Monash University Researchers Claim Most Efficient Lithium-Sulphur Battery Solution

    Monash University Researchers Claim Most Efficient Lithium-Sulphur Battery Solution

    Using the same materials in standard lithium-ion batteries, researchers reconfigured the design of sulphur cathodes so they could accommodate higher stress loads without a drop in overall capacity

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  • Power Integrations’ SCALE-iDriver Gate Drivers Receive AEC-Q100 Automotive Qualification

    Power Integrations’ SCALE-iDriver Gate Drivers Receive AEC-Q100 Automotive Qualification

    The driver IC uses the company’s high-speed FluxLink communications technology for system safety, even during fault conditions.

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  • Analog Devices to Show Advanced Audio Solutions at ISE 2020

    Analog Devices to Show Advanced Audio Solutions at ISE 2020

    Visitors to ADI’s stand will be able to view several demonstrations showcasing contributions in areas such as audio-over-IP, DSP-audio system development, and voice-based system interfaces.

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  • SigmaDots Covers All Three Levels When Securing Industrial IoT Systems

    SigmaDots Covers All Three Levels When Securing Industrial IoT Systems

    OEMs often tout their “system approach” to design. In theory, this means that they look at the end application, and then design each aspect of the system to meet the needs of that application.

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  • The IoT, Defined

    By Gene Frantz
  • Why You Didn't Get the RTOS Business
    & Other Software Stories

    By Colin Walls
  • The Buffer/Driver: What Is It, and Do I Need One?

    The Buffer/Driver: What Is It, and Do I Need One?

    Although buffers and drivers don’t appear to add functionality to a circuit, these apparently simple interface elements are essential to viable circuit design and operation.

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