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Feb 1, 2017
Practical Approaches to IoT Test Challenges
How does one make tools and machines that have not changed in form or function for decades into user-friendly, connected, standards-certified electronic devices? Find out....
Jan 26, 2017
Gallery: Checking Out the Latest Transportation Technologies
Self-driving cars were the rage at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show, but there were many more transportation technologies on display as well.
Jan 24, 2017
Gallery: Checking Out the Latest Display Technologies
The 2017 Consumer Electronics Show was host to many of the latest display technologies, but we found a few that most people overlooked.
Jan 18, 2017
Sensor Interface Relieves Complexity from Smartphones to Cars
The MIPI Alliance, which specializes in chip-to-chip interfaces, recently unsealed its new I3C standard, which had only been available to members....
Jan 17, 2017
ZigBee DotDot Dashes to Unify Connectivity Stacks
The ZigBee Alliance and The Thread Group are behind the new DotDot protocol stack that unifies the upper-level protocols being used in a number of Internet of Things devices....
Jan 17, 2017
Q&A: S2’s Impact on Z-Wave and IoT Security
Z-Wave Alliance Executive Director Mitchell Klein discusses the S2 framework and what it means for the future of Z-Wave devices and beyond....
Jan 13, 2017
Embedded Flash Storage Gets Smaller and Faster
Flash storage has changed the way embedded designers can utilize large amounts of storage in a compact system....
Jan 10, 2017
Piezo Disks Deliver Vertical Haptic Feedback
TDK uses piezo electric disks to deliver vertical haptic feedback efficiently and compactly....
Jan 6, 2017
An Upgrade to Wi-Fi Provides Precise Time Synchronization
The new feature is designed to ensure that the clocks in electronic devices are synchronized down to less than a microsecond....
Jan 5, 2017
The Future of Digital Health
This article takes a closer look at how smartphones and health apps are becoming key vehicles for managing personal healthcare....
Dec 28, 2016
11 Myths About SMARC 2.0
A number of myths surround SMARC 2.0, the SGET’s new module form-factor specification launched in mid-2016. This article sets the record straight....
Dec 22, 2016
Simulation Helps Virtual Construction Company Deliver on Time
Dassault Systèmes’ Catia, which provides sophisticated simulation support as well as process-management and tracking support, helped CadMakers in the building of the largest all-wood skyscraper....
Dec 22, 2016
NYU Wireless: Engineering Research Looks Beyond 5G
Having already shown that a Line of Sight isn’t necessary for millimeter-wave systems, NYU Wireless researchers keep innovating and researching beyond 5G....
Dec 15, 2016
Power & Analog 2017 Forecast: What Experts Are Saying
Representatives from major players in the semiconductor industry share their predictions for 2017 regarding power modules, wireless power, data converters, wireless sensing, and more....
Dec 7, 2016
Oscilloscope Triggering Advanced Course: Protocol Triggering
This third article in the Oscilloscope Triggering Advanced Course takes a close look at hardware protocol triggering....
Dec 2, 2016
First Open-Source RISC-V Chip Arrives
A RISC-V chip is now available in the form of SiFive’s Freedom E310. It can be found on the HiFive1 Arduino-compatible board....
Dec 1, 2016
Changing Ways to Deliver Safety and Security
Vendors are changing the way they deliver safety and security support, reducing development costs and time to market....
Dec 1, 2016
Encryption is critical to network computer communication, secure storage, and a host of other security aspects to computing, including the Internet of Things (IoT)....
Nov 30, 2016
Windows 10 Security Targets Modern Devices
The newest security features in Windows 10 target modern devices with capabilities like secure boot. It builds on these features, implementing pre- and post-breach services....
Nov 29, 2016
Redfish Might Manage IoT Devices
Distributed Management Task Force's Redfish API can handle more than just data center management chores. It could be used for IoT device management....
Nov 22, 2016
MCUs Combine Low Power, DSP Functionality in IoT Edge-Node Apps
Designers must combine two essential requirements—local processing and low power consumption—when developing edge-node IoT applications....
Nov 18, 2016
Ubuntu Core 16 Enables Snappy IoT
Ubuntu Core 16 targets embedded applications such as the Internet of Things with its compact, modular architecture....
Nov 16, 2016
RISC-V (Five) Is Alive!
RISC-V (RISC five) is a compact, open-source, instruction-set architecture (ISA) that is ideal for embedded applications....
Nov 14, 2016
Oscilloscope Triggering Advanced Course: Advanced Trigger Modes, Part 2
This second entry in the Oscilloscope Triggering Advanced Course focuses on advanced edge-based trigger modes as well as several other modes....
Nov 9, 2016
FRAM Delivers Unified Memory for 16-bit Microcontroller
Texas Instruments’ latest MSP430 microcontrollers utilize FRAM for code and data. The unified memory approach simplifies development....
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