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  • Product of the Week: Microchip PolarFire SoC FPGA Icicle Kit

    Product of the Week: Microchip PolarFire SoC FPGA Icicle Kit

    The PolarFire SoC Icicle Kit is an eval platform for mid-range, RISC-V-based SoC FPGAs with secure hardware features, support for off-the-shelf Linux and RTOS, and substantial performance per watt.

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  • Dev Kit Weekly: PowerFilm Solar Indoor/Outdoor e-peas Solar Development Kit

    Dev Kit Weekly: PowerFilm Solar Indoor/Outdoor e-peas Solar Development Kit

    We’ll make things better the second time around. A while back we reviewed the PowerFilm’s Indoor Solar Development Kit, but this is the company's first with "inside-out" capability.

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  • RS Components Upgrades DesignSpark Mechanical 3D CAD Modeling Software

    RS Components Upgrades DesignSpark Mechanical 3D CAD Modeling Software

    DesignSpark Mechanical features built-in help text, quick-guide tutorials, example designs, and access to a 3D catalog with 3D models from leading component manufacturers.

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  • Dev Kit Weekly: T.I. SimpleLink Multi-Band CC1352R Wireless MCU Launchpad SensorTag Kit

    Dev Kit Weekly: T.I. SimpleLink Multi-Band CC1352R Wireless MCU Launchpad SensorTag Kit

    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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  • Embedded Toolbox: Use Ada and Let the Compiler Do the Static Analysis

    Embedded Toolbox: Use Ada and Let the Compiler Do the Static Analysis

    The Ada language abstracts most direct interaction with memory onto compilers, transitioning things like memory checks from a manual human operation to automatic. Get ready to save tons of debug time.

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  • Dev Kit Weekly – Microchip Hello FPGA Kit

    Dev Kit Weekly – Microchip Hello FPGA Kit

    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.

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  • Easy Raspberry Pi File Transfer with WinSCP

    Easy Raspberry Pi File Transfer with WinSCP

    With WinSCP installed, you’ll be able to graphically manipulate Raspberry Pi files with minimal setup.

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  • Raspberry Pi Power-Up and Shutdown with a Physical Button

    Raspberry Pi Power-Up and Shutdown with a Physical Button

    To turn off a Raspberry Pi you don’t just “pull the plug.” You need to actually shut it down in the same way as a PC. To turn it back on you need to disconnect then plug it back in, which is annoying.

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  • Infineon Releases Raspberry Pi HAT with Class D Audio Amp

    Infineon Releases Raspberry Pi HAT with Class D Audio Amp

    Driven by a MERUS MA12070P multilevel class D audio amplifier, the Raspberry Pi HAT amplifies signals with up to 40 W instantaneous peak power at 4 Ohm.

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  • Swissbit Releases Secure Boot for Raspberry Pi

    Swissbit Releases Secure Boot for Raspberry Pi

    The solution ensures the integrity of Raspberry Pi 2 and 3B+ bootloaders to protect against unauthorized data access, code manipulation, and IP violations within applications.

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  • MYIR Launches Zynq UltraScale+ Vision Starter Kit

    MYIR Launches Zynq UltraScale+ Vision Starter Kit

    MYIR's Vision Edge Computing Platform is based on the Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ platform and a 4K Sony image sensor.

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  • Newark Launches Raspberry Pi Camera with Interchangeable Lenses

    Newark Launches Raspberry Pi Camera with Interchangeable Lenses

    The 12-megapixel ultra-definition-resolution Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera with interchangeable lenses is ideal for machine vision applications and low light conditions.

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  • element14 Community Launches Design Challenge to Help Fight COVID-19

    Latest competition engages engineering community to help slow the pandemic

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  • Embedded Toolbox: Create an IoT-Enabled Weather Panel in 15 Minutes with Renesas RA MCUs, SEGGER AppWizard & Amazon FreeRTOS

    Embedded Toolbox: Create an IoT-Enabled Weather Panel in 15 Minutes with Renesas RA MCUs, SEGGER AppWizard & Amazon FreeRTOS

    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.

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  • Dev Kit Weekly: Maxim Integrated MAX11131BOB Breakout Board

    Dev Kit Weekly: Maxim Integrated MAX11131BOB Breakout Board

    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.

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  • On-Demand Training Available – Topics include Machine Learning, Security, Motor Control and So Much More!

    NXP is excited to bring you the NXP eXperience – an online and interactive destination for all our news, content and training as it was originally planned for the show.

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  • AdaCore Announces Winners of Fourth Annual “Make with Ada” Competition

    AdaCore Announces Winners of Fourth Annual “Make with Ada” Competition

    A variety of unique submissions demonstrate the ease of learning and using Ada and SPARK in embedded applications.

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  • Dev Kit Weekly: Texas Instruments TI-RSLK MAX Robotics Learning Kit

    Dev Kit Weekly: Texas Instruments TI-RSLK MAX Robotics Learning Kit

    The RSLK MAX is TI’s second generation robotics system learning kit, only this one is based on a completely solderless design that allows it to be assembled and repaired easily.

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  • IAR Systems Updates RISC-V Development Tools with Support for RV32E, Atomic Operations

    IAR Systems Updates RISC-V Development Tools with Support for RV32E, Atomic Operations

    IAR Systems, a supplier of software tools and services for embedded development, released a new version of the toolchain IAR Embedded Workbench for RISC-V.

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  • Hackaday Superconference 2019: An Incredible Collection of People and Tech

    Hackaday Superconference 2019: An Incredible Collection of People and Tech

    The badges were, of course, a huge focus of the conference, with an entire area set up primarily for badge hacking. While I participated only minimally, this, as well as other activities looked like a

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