The usable limit of the traditional 12-volt automotive electrical system has been reached. The solution, combine the existing system with a 48 V rail.
With a low-cost microcontroller, developers can use Google Vision APIs for cloud-based image recognition.
Using the Red Pitaya Open Instrumentation Platform and an array of open development tools, developers can create their own test and measurement systems.
How to avoid common issues when working with I2C.
Choosing the right cables for industrial applications is critical for efficiency, reliability, system up-time, and overall cost of ownership.
ADAS functions require DC/DC regulators which can meet challenging environmental, vibration, performance, and space requirements.
HyperBus is an ideal 8-bit, high-speed memory interface for memory expansion of small projects where board space is at a premium.
Using Bluetooth hardware kits and associated software, developers can rapidly deploy secure Bluetooth connectivity between a hub and multiple sensors.
An examination of some of the key principles of IEC 60601 as they relate to implementation of the power supply and the need for risk assessment.
SoMs based on SoCs that incorporate both processors and FPGAs form the foundation for a flexible design approach to embedded systems with reduced design risk.
Electromechanical relays and contactors both switch power loads, but contactors are designed to switch much higher voltages and currents.
Ambient light sensors are ideal 16-bit light-to-digital converters that are instrumental when saving LCD battery power.
Low-smoke, zero-halogen (LSZH) cables can save lives, but designers need to understand where, when, and how to use them.
The trend toward more programmable hardware is accelerating. Embedded engineers are now being pushed to think like modern software developers.
Developers can quickly add facial recognition to an embedded system with an off-the-shelf microcontroller and camera combination.
Low voltage, medium current DC/DC regulator modules simplify providing DC rails, but there are some guidelines to follow to maximize their performance.
Power management chips make it easy to design, configure and supervise multiport PoE+ systems.
A wireless PLC provides embedded developers with an alternative method to develop real-time applications using ladder logic.
Using an all-inclusive development kit and software environment, IoT developers can rapidly implement secure cellular connectivity.
Dedicated ICs simplify implementation of authentication mechanisms needed to ensure security in systems ranging from complex IoT devices to simple peripherals.