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How efficient memory solutions can help designers of IoT nodes meet tight BoM cost targets
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12/12/2017   Post a comment
Read this article to learn about the choices of memory architecture available to designers of IoT end nodes containing a LPWAN radio.
5 gift ideas to rescue engineers from deal deluge
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12/6/2017   Post a comment
If you already feel you are drowning in deals, worry not. We have done the homework for you, so you can instead turn your attention to enjoying your holidays with friends and family.
5 boards that will kick-start your IoT project
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12/4/2017   Post a comment
Whether you are designing a powerful multi-sensor based device or looking for a quick start to simpler designs, you will find a board here that fits your needs.
Innovative simulator takes autonomous driving millimeter-wave radar development to new level
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11/28/2017   Post a comment
The AMMWR Simulator is a powerful tool that can accurately simulate the transmission and reception behavior of millimeter waves, taking development of autonomous driving sensing technology to a new level. Read this article to learn more.
Allen-Bradley Kinetix 5700 Servo Drive – Teardown
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11/20/2017   2 comments
The Kinetix 5700 servo drive: designed with the flexibility to scale machines with large axis counts and high power requirements. Click here to view the full Teardown.
How improved die-stacking technology reduces pin count, board footprint and system complexity
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11/9/2017   Post a comment
This article outlines the impacts of replacing two or more discrete Flash memory ICs with a single stacked-die package, and a new approach to die stacking that gives improved performance and a reduction in pin count and board footprint.
Redefining BCM design with MSDI technology
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11/8/2017   Post a comment
Addressing the rapid rise of car-human-interface features with space-saving MSDI solutions
Mid-range FPGAs offer optimised cost, lower power, better security
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10/18/2017   Post a comment
PolarFire FPGAs offer higher density products with the same compelling power, security and cost advantages as Microsemi's previous families.
Magnetic Connective Wireless Charging and Data Transfer
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10/18/2017   Post a comment
Magconn is an innovative magnetic connection technology that is a simple and safe low-cost alternative to induction charging and conductive wireless charging.
How new diagnostic data and operations equip Flash memory ICs for the demands of the automotive functional safety standard
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10/17/2017   Post a comment
The ultra-low voltage serial NOR Flash memory can work between 1.14V to 1.60V, which covers most of the single AA battery operation voltage range.  The lower Vcc can reduce the power consumption in read operation, improve the system BOM cost and reduce the noise coupling in data bus.  It doesn’t need to change the software or firmware since the command set is compatible with legacy products
Authentication Flash: Closing the Security Gap Left by Conventional NOR Flash ICs
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9/18/2017   Post a comment
Security weaknesses in the companion Flash memory to an MCU or SoC expose OEMs to the commercially damaging risk of product theft due to the cloning of reverse engineered PCB designs. Read this article to learn more.
Teardown of Schneider Electric Altivar Process ATV630U15M3
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9/7/2017   1 comment
Check out what's inside the Schneider Electric Altivar Process ATV600 class of variable speed drives (VSDs) with this latest Teardown.
Getting ready for a lower-power future: the keys to successful adoption of new low-voltage memory ICs
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8/8/2017   Post a comment
The flash market is ready to standardize on 1.2V and extended 1.5V as the next power node below 1.8V, giving system designers the confidence to plan their development roadmaps around 1.2V as the supply voltage of the future.
Stop stressing over lead time ordering
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6/27/2017   Post a comment
The path to production doesn’t have to be a long, time-consuming journey. Lead time ordering, out-of-stock components and order size are all avoidable issues when you employ this one best practice. Learn more.
Accelerating the speed of innovation
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6/26/2017   Post a comment
The path to production doesn’t have to be a long, time-consuming journey. Lead time ordering, out-of-stock components and order size are all avoidable issues when you employ this one best practice. Learn more.
Time matters: Combating demanding engineering design schedules
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6/20/2017   2 comments
The path to production doesn’t have to be a long, time-consuming journey. Lead time ordering, out-of-stock components and order size are all avoidable issues when you employ this one best practice. Learn more.


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Just a few minutes ago as I pen these words, I posted this blog about this month's Cartoon Punchline Competition over on EEWeb.com.