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The dual-band, multi-protocol CC1352R SimpleLink wireless MCU that supports both 2.4 GHz technologies like Bluetooth, Bluetooth 5 Low Energy, Zigbee, and Thread, as well as Sub-GHz connectivity.
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This week’s kit, the Thunderboard BG22 supports the brand-spanking new Bluetooth 5.2 protocol. The real big fish in 5.2 is low-energy, “LE,” audio, The real big fish in 5.
Don’t know AI? Even less familiar with FPGAs? Well don’t worry, because this week on Dev Kit Weekly we’re getting acquainted with the Hello! FPGA Kit from Microchip.
To bridge the gap between the resource constraints of embedded systems and the programming and portability of Java, Simon Ritter, Deputy CTO of Azul Systems joins this episode of Embedded Toolbox.
In this edition of Dev Kit Weekly, Perry breaks down the AVR-BLE Development Board from Microchip.
The GHF51 is purportedly the smallest single-board computer to sport the Ryzen Embedded R1000 SoC, measuring in at 84 mm by 55 mm. That makes this little guy “Raspberry Pi-sized”.
In this week’s Dev Kit Weekly, Perry Cohen reviews the NXP EdgeReady MCU-based Solution for Alexa Voice Service.
In this week’s edition of Dev Kit Weekly we’re diving into the Thunderboard Sense 2 Sensor-to-cloud advanced IoT Development Kit from Silicon Labs.
In this edition of Dev Kit Weekly, Perry Cohen reviews the RX65N Cloud Kit from Renesas.
In this edition of Dev Kit Weekly, Embedded Computing Design associate editor, Perry Cohen, reviews the ST EVALKIT-ROBOT-1.
In this edition of DevKit Weekly, Brandon breaks down the ISP1907-LL-EB evaluation board from Insight SIP.
In this edition of DevKit Weekly Brandon reviews the Tetra single board computer from VersaLogic.
Join Brad Rex, Senior Manager in the MCU Business Unit at Renesas Electronics on this episode of Embedded Toolbox as he builds an IoT-enabled Weather Panel in just 15 minutes using an Renesas RA MCU.
11 of you – that’s right, ten more than normal – will be saving $12.95. We have 11 MAX11131BOB Breakout Boards for winners of this week's raffle.
What an ambiguous, loaded question that has become? These days, if someone asks you “How smart is your car?” it could mean almost anything.
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