Guest Blogs

  • What can be Done to Improve IoT Security?

    The scale and rate of growth are both huge; with significantly more connected nodes than there are people on the planet and herein lays both the strength and vulnerability of the IoT.

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  • Rugged Tablet Computers for Healthcare Applications

    Rugged medical tablets can be used to streamline operations in hospital halls, waiting rooms or nurse stations for communicating and documenting patient information.

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  • MPU Security Part 1: Introduction

    This is the first part of a four-part series of articles presenting a unique product MPU‑Plus® and a methodology for using the Cortex-M Memory Protection Unit (MPU) to achieve improved MCU security.

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  • How Close are we to Eliminating Batteries in the IoT?

    Even if electrical power cords aren’t required, batteries are—all IoT devices must have power.

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  • When Good Electrons Go Bad: How to Protect Your Analog Front End

    The aim of this article is to help guide system designers in understanding different types of electrical overstress (EOS) and how it may affect their system.

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  • 5G Infrastructure Opens New Integration Frontiers Inside RF Chips

    The 5G infrastructure now demands another round of innovation on the part of semiconductor firms to improve network efficiency with more adaptable solutions.

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  • The Perplexities of Predictive Maintenance: Generating and Leveraging Failure Data

    We’ll explore one of the most crucial, and frequently missed, components of predictive maintenance: workflow failures and knowing how to predict them.

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  • MISRA C:2012 3rd Edition, 1st Revision?

    In February of this year, MISRA published an updated version of the world-leading MISRA C guidelines – described as MISRA C:2012 3rd Edition, 1st Revision.

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  • What Processor Should I Use?

    There are a great many embedded CPUs on the market today, so selecting the right one for a given project is a challenge.

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  • Securing the IoT from the Chipset Up

    Securing the IoT from the Chipset Up

    In this article, we’ll look at virtualization technologies being adopted and what kinds of features and functions are important for increasing security around IoT endpoints.

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  • Fixed Wireless Broadband Nearing the Tipping Point in 5G NR Era

    The 5G wireless has been promising new communication venues: a multi-gigabit wireless environment connecting homes and enterprises to 5G NR infrastructure via fixed wireless access broadband.

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  • Achieving Effective Verification and Validation of Vehicle E/E Systems - Part 4

    A generative model-driven development (MDD) workflow is a systems engineering process that uses software tools to automatically generate products using models as inputs.

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  • Simplify GNSS Receiver Design

    Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) receivers process satellite signals to compute position, velocity, and time.

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  • Inaugural Embedded Technologies Expo & Conference Brings Hands-On Workshops & Tech Experts to the Show Floor

    Inaugural Embedded Technologies Expo & Conference Brings Hands-On Workshops & Tech Experts to the Show Floor

    The Embedded Technologies Expo & Conference (ETC) will give engineers first-hand access to inventive solutions and insight for how they can address real-world challenges.

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  • The Value of Adding Location for IoT Designs

    Positioning technologies are fundamental in IoT use cases.

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  • MWC: 5G Opportunity Taking Off for Big and Small Ventures

    At MWC (Barcelona) this year, if your story didn’t revolve around 5G, you were invisible.

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  • The Internet of Trains – Digitization in the Rail Industry

    The Internet of Trains – Digitization in the Rail Industry

    Digitization will play a key role in accelerating the transformation of the rail industry in the medium term. Welcome to the Internet of Trains.

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  • ECE Education Must Align with Industry

    Fill a room with university professors and industry people, and the conversation quickly finds its way to “Why can’t academia better prepare their students for industry?”

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  • How to Unlock IoT Value Now

    With a new class of “instant” IoT asset management tools, equipment that has an existing diagnostic or serial port can be IoT-enabled in seconds.

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  • How Cellular IoT is Taking Over the World

    With standards-based Low-Power Wide-Area (LPWA technology), cellular networks can easily and cost-effectively be used for both high and low-bandwidth devices, considerably simplifying deployments.

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