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A tiny module offers a drop-in solution for adding both one-lead ECG and pulse oximetry to low-power mobile devices.
The automotive industry development of a secondary 48 V electrical system requires extensive isolations for safety and insulation control.
To develop intelligent and sophisticated robot systems requires innovative analog and embedded technologies and Texas Instruments offers some helpful products.
A look at a selection of Texas Instruments products that can assist in designing products to fill the needs and demands of tomorrow’s smart solutions.
The Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) is popular as a simple, low-cost interface between multiple devices such as microcontrollers, sensors, and actuators.
Use a second photodiode to increase a pulse oximeter’s dynamic range to 16 bits.
Developers can rapidly deploy sensor hardware and software needed to build sophisticated solutions for industrial predictive maintenance.
Solid state temperature sensors are well suited for IoT applications due their small size, accuracy, linearity, low power, and ease of interfacing.
IMU software determines precise position from IMU sensor data and is used in embedded applications ranging from consumer to industrial, medical, and military.
Developers can use low-cost boards and specialized LEDs to build a complete greenhouse control system.
Second generation GNSS modules offer faster satellite acquisition and better positional accuracy while becoming easier to design in.
Applying rotary encoders to sense angular position or velocity of a shaft or axle for efficient and effective digital sensing or control.
Pressure sensors are critical to the IoT, with new versions emerging that feature smaller form factors, greater accuracy and resolution.
Integrated time of flight (ToF) sensors provide a simple, fast, and inexpensive way to measure distance and to recognize simple gestures in embedded systems.
The main two types of rotary encoders are absolute and incremental. How do they work? What are the differences? What’s the right type for your application?
Using a family of 32-bit MCUs to build invisible intelligence into wearables and IoT devices while optimizing for low power.
When sensing motion in battery powered wearables, developers can get the features and accuracy they need while meeting power consumption requirements.
Current sense resistors are widely used to measure current flow to track system performance, but there are nuances to be aware of for successful implementation.
IMUs provide precise positioning information for embedded applications ranging from consumer to industrial, medical, and military.
Photodiodes and phototransistors are key to many applications, but they require special electrical, optical, and mechanical considerations.
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