• Electronics Engineering Video Blog

    Electronics Engineering Video Blog

    EEVblog #1122 – Raspberry Pi 3 PoE Hat FAIL Investigation
    Published. September 20, 2018

    The new official Power Over Ethernet (PoE) hat for the Raspberry Pi 3 B+ has been reported to fail with an overcurrent error when powering USB devices. Dave investigates and narrows it down until, well, something goes horribly wrong… Rpi forum Forum HERE...

  • All About Microsoft

    All About Microsoft

    Microsoft is bringing Cosmos DB to Azure Stack and Azure Sphere
    Published. September 17, 2018

    Microsoft is planning to bring its Cosmos DB NoSQL database to its hybrid-computing and secure microcontroller platforms as part of its 'intelligent cloud, intelligent edge' strategy....

  • Rick Lyons's DSP Blog

    Rick Lyons's DSP Blog

    Project Report : Digital Filter Blocks in MyHDL and their integration in pyFDA
    Published. August 13, 2018

    The Google Summer of Code 2018 is now in its final stages, and I’d like to take a moment to look back at what goals were accomplished, what remains to be completed and what I have learnt. The project overview was discussed in the previous blog posts. However this post serves as a guide to anyone who wishes to learn about the project or carry it forward. Hence I will go over the project......

  • TI E2E Community

    TI E2E Community

    Blog Post: SimpleLink™ MCU SDK expands multiprotocol support
    Published. July 18, 2018

    TI’s latest quarterly release of SimpleLink microcontroller (MCU) software development kits (SDKs) version 2.20 offers new capabilities to speed your development and differentiate your designs. TI is proud to offer new ways to use its broad portfolio of wired and wireless communication technologies in this release. For example, new graphics library tooling makes the use of graphics in differentiating your design easier. And a preview of a new pin and driver configuration capability offers the potential...

  • Seeed Studio

    Seeed Studio

    What to Make with Base Shield? 4 Most Viewed Projects on Our Project Hub Might Inspire!
    Published. July 17, 2018

    To be honest, Base Shield always wows me. A small shield specifically decided for the very own #Arduino with 16 #Grove connectors, which means you could access to 16 different ......

  • Engineer Zone

    Engineer Zone

    The Brave New World of DSPs
    Published. March 15, 2018

    Imagine traveling in a time machine across 140 years, listening from passive gramophones to the latest 16-channel audio video receiver (AVR), and the results would be amazing. It could be bit isolating, too. In the 19th century when the gramophone was playing, the neighbors and folks in the village and towns all gathered to listen and enjoy the sounds together. When it came to listening to a 16-channel AVR, I was the only one in my living room. Transformation in the society aside, there was a major...

  • Arduino Blog

    Arduino Blog

    “Magical” fountain bends time under Arduino control
    Published. July 16, 2018

    Years ago, engineer and photographer Harold “Doc” Edgerton figured out how to “bend time” by pulsing a strobe light at the nearly the same speed as droplets of water, making them appear to move in slow motion, freeze, or even more backwards. Today, Nick Lim of jolliFactory has created the same effect, controlled by an […]...

  • Blog Blog

    Published. March 13, 2017

    Meet BeagleBone® Blue. Robots. Fast. BeagleBone® Blue is the affordable and complete robotics controller built around the popular BeagleBone® open hardware computer. Linux-enabled, Blue is community-supported and fully open-source.  High-performance, flexible networking capabilities are coupled with a real-time capable Linux system and a compelling set of peripherals for building mobile robots quickly and affordably.  By utilizing the pre-configured WiFi access point, starting code development...

  • Stack Overflow

    Stack Overflow

    Freescale customer service
    Published. March 10, 2015

    I have to admit to having a soft spot for Freescale microprocessors. The first micro I ever used was a Motorola 6809 and for the first few years of my career I worked exclusively on 6800’s, 68HC11’s and 68000 processors.  Times changed and I largely moved away from the product range, although I did return […]...

  • Stephane Boucher's DSP Blog

    Stephane Boucher's DSP Blog

    Going back to Germany!
    Published. June 13, 2017

    A couple of blog posts ago, I wrote that the decision to go to ESC Boston ended up being a great one for many different reasons.  I came back from the conference energized and really happy that I went.   These feelings were amplified a few days after my return when I received an email from Rolf Segger, the founder of SEGGER Microcontroller (...

  • Jason Sachs' Embedded

    Jason Sachs' Embedded

    Linear Feedback Shift Registers for the Uninitiated, Part XVII: Reverse-Engineering the CRC
    Published. July 8, 2018

    Last time, we continued a discussion about error detection and correction by covering Reed-Solomon encoding. I was going to move on to another topic, but then there was this post on Reddit asking how to determine unknown CRC parameters: I am seeking to reverse engineer an 8-bit CRC. I don’t know the generator code that’s used, but can lay my hands on any number of output......

  • Laptops and Desktops Blog

    Laptops and Desktops Blog

    Asus, Verizon team up for $250 ZenPad Z8 Android tablet
    Published. June 18, 2016

    The 7.9-inch slate features a Qualcomm Snapdragon hexacore processor, 2,048x1,536 display, and support for the carrier's 4G LTE network....

  • Rands In Repose

    Rands In Repose

    8-Bit Star Wars Deaths
    Published. January 20, 2016


  • Tech Design Forums Blog

    Tech Design Forums Blog

    CAST and SoC Solutions partner for IoT platforms
    Published. June 7, 2015

    CAST and SoC Solutions have teamed up to put together pre-integrated platforms, with designs that reach down into the 8bit space....

  • Functional Verification Blog

    Functional Verification Blog

    Don’t Lose Extra Simulation Cycles
    Published. February 25, 2015

    After reading the rest of this blog, you might guess the truth, which is that my "designing" skills go back to the 8086 processor! In this blog, I have used a 64-bit register (Well, I could make it 16-bit, but…) in the example, just to show that this issue is still relevant today. At any rate, the e verification issue that I describe here seems to be a common issue for many users. Assume that, in the e verification code for a CPU HDL model, you read a general-purpose register with a 64-bit...

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