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  • Arduino Blog

    Arduino Blog


    Arduino Day Community Challenge: Submit your projects, win hardware and coupons!
    Published. February 20, 2019

    We at Arduino believe that the combination of our technology and your passion make it possible to have an impact on everyone’s everyday life. Ingenuity, innovation, and social good are the cornerstones of our community, and we want to celebrate those traits with a contest whose winners will be announced on Arduino Day. The Arduino […]...


  • Rick Lyons's DSP Blog

    Rick Lyons's DSP Blog


    Stereophonic Amplitude-Panning: A Derivation of the
    Published. February 20, 2019

    In a recent Forum post here on dsprelated.com the audio signal processing subject of stereophonic amplitude-panning was discussed. And in that Forum thread the so-called "Tangent Law", the fundamental principle of stereophonic amplitude-panning, was discussed. However, none of the Forum thread participants had ever seen a derivation of the Tangent Law. This blog presents such a derivation and......


  • Seeed Studio

    Seeed Studio


    10 Arduino Compatible Temperature Sensors
    Published. February 14, 2019

    Temperature with Arduino is a very basic and useful function, which makes it very important to choose the optimal temperature sensors for your projects. We ......


  • Electronics Engineering Video Blog

    Electronics Engineering Video Blog


    EEVblog #1180 – Component Parametric Search Tutorial
    Published. February 13, 2019

    What is parametric searching, how is it useful, and how to best use it. Dave answers a viewer question and hunts down the best microcontroller for the job, explaining and demonstrating parametric search engines in the process. Forum HERE...


  • TI E2E Community

    TI E2E Community


    Blog Post: Your solution for measuring blood glucose levels just got smaller and more accurate
    Published. February 12, 2019

    According to World Health Organization statistics, the global prevalence of diabetes mellitus is approximately 155 million and is expected to increase to 300 million by the year 2025. Since there are serious health threats involved with high or low blood glucose levels in the body, precaution and monitoring are very important. So, you can imagine the need for millions of personal portable blood glucose monitors (BGMs). Modern BGMs require high levels of integration in a smaller size so that they...


  • Platforms

    Platforms


    Tips and Tricks – 10 Steps for Selecting a Microcontroller (2017)
    Published. October 19, 2017

    The way developers select a microcontroller for their embedded systems is dramatically changing. Traditionally developers have focused on the hardware first and thought about the software second. Selecting a microcontroller in this manner, will result in failure today. There are several new steps that developers need to follow if they are going to be successful … Continue reading Tips and Tricks – 10 Steps for Selecting a Microcontroller (2017)...


  • Tips and Tricks

    Tips and Tricks


    7 Tips for Developing Great API’s
    Published. July 5, 2018

    Embedded software developers have grown used to working at the lowest, nitty gritty hardware level within a microcontroller based system. Twiddling and manipulating bits and bytes is what embedded software developers were born to do. The embedded software industry is changing and that change is requiring developers to start working at higher levels of abstraction … Continue reading 7 Tips for Developing Great API’s...


  • Hardware

    Hardware


    7 Tips for Selecting a Secure Microcontroller
    Published. November 16, 2017

    Developing a secure, connected device that can also operate efficiently requires that developers select a microcontroller that includes specific hardware and software features. These features can range from true random number generators through secure libraries. Let’s examine several tips for the hardware and software that developers should consider having in their secure microcontroller. Tip #1 … Continue reading 7 Tips for Selecting a Secure Microcontroller...


  • Embedded Basics

    Embedded Basics


    7 Tips for Developing Great API’s
    Published. July 5, 2018

    Embedded software developers have grown used to working at the lowest, nitty gritty hardware level within a microcontroller based system. Twiddling and manipulating bits and bytes is what embedded software developers were born to do. The embedded software industry is changing and that change is requiring developers to start working at higher levels of abstraction … Continue reading 7 Tips for Developing Great API’s...


  • Digilent’s Blog

    Digilent’s Blog


    Pmod MIC Audio Visualizer
    Published. January 16, 2019

    Build a dynamic audio visualizer that responds to music, voices and other auditory input using Pmod MIC, Arduino Uno and Processing....


  • Tech Design Forums Blog

    Tech Design Forums Blog


    Microchip opts for RISC-V cores in SoC FPGA
    Published. December 6, 2018

    Microsemi has put multiple RISC-V cores into a new generation of SoC FPGAs, intended for embedded systems that need to run Linux....


  • Jason Sachs' Embedded

    Jason Sachs' Embedded


    Linear Feedback Shift Registers for the Uninitiated, Part XVIII: Primitive Polynomial Generation
    Published. August 6, 2018

    Last time we figured out how to reverse-engineer parameters of an unknown CRC computation by providing sample inputs and analyzing the corresponding outputs. One of the things we discovered was that the polynomial ( x^{16} + x^{12} + x^5 + 1 ) used in the 16-bit X.25 CRC is not primitive — which just means that all the nonzero elements in the corresponding quotient ring can’t be......


  • 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....


  • 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...


  • Beagleboard.org Blog

    Beagleboard.org Blog


    2017-03-13-meet-beaglebone-blue
    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 (...


  • 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

    #...


  • 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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