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05/24/16 Looking at what’s moving autonomous vehicles closer to reality, who’s driving the car—and...0
05/24/16 By: Chris A. Ciufo, Editor, Embedded Systems Engineering An up-to-date quick reference list for engineers designing with Type-C. USB 3.1 and its new Type-C connector are likely in ...0
05/23/16 In or out of Earth’s orbit, the journey will show similarities to the space race. What...0
05/23/16 Light, rugged, and with three times the life expectancy of an LCD display, ePaper offers the...0
05/20/16 There are five popular protocols for in-vehicle networking. Caroline Hayes examines the structure...0
05/18/16 A new wave of GPS receivers has arrived. As the Internet of Things (IoT) flourishes beyond...0
05/18/16 …also D-PHYs, Dual D-PHYs, sub-LVDS, and more. A new device—programmable ASSP— takes...0
05/11/16 Collaboration is a powerful change agent for good for embedded security, device interoperability,...0
Keysight Technologies’ New High Current Ultra Low Noise Filter Expands Power Source’s Output Range up to 500 mA 05/17/16
The Road to Full Autonomous Driving: Mobileye and STMicroelectronics to Develop EyeQ®5 System-on-Chip, Targeting Sensor Fusion Central Computer for Autonomous Vehicles 05/17/16
ProTek Devices Beefs Up Circuit Protection Offering Across Networking, Mobile and other Computing Applications 05/16/16
Qorvo® Unveils New Software Development Kit to Accelerate Deployment of Smart Home Gateways 05/10/16
Avnet Introduces Industrial IoT Starter Kit to Streamline Smart Device and Cloud Development 05/10/16
By: Chris A. Ciufo, Editor, Embedded Systems Engineering An up-to-date quick reference list for engineers...
By: Jonah McLeod If history is any guide to the future, each major next generation consumer device—PC,...
Highlights from SPIE Photonics, Accellera’s DVCon and Automotive panels focus on semiconductor's changing...
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USB-C Gives Glimpse into the One-cable Future at CES 2016 / (Everything USB)
CES 2016 has seen a number of firsts for USB-C standard. The new connector makes it possible for delivery of power, video and data […] The post USB-C Gives Glimpse into the One-cable Future at CES 2016 appeared first on Everything USB....
Blog Post: An introduction to the Internet of Things / (TI E2E Community)
By now, it’s common to hear conversations about the Internet of Things (IoT), but why? Why is there so much buzz around the IoT? What is the IoT? The IoT is an enabling technology with the ability to impact nearly everything we do and how we do it. It will allow for decision making on a much larger scale than ever before....
Using Open Source Software, Powering Potential and the Raspberry Pi Foundation Bring Technology to Schools in Tanzania / (Open Source Initiative blogs)
Thanks to open source, Powering Potential and the Raspberry Pi Foundation are able to bring computers and a library of digital education content to rural schools in the East African nation of Tanzania. Recently, the Foundation funded a project now distributing Raspberry Pi computers with uploaded educational content alongside...
Donald Trump’s “America-First Energy Plan” Shows He Knows Virtually Nothing About the Issue / (Technology Review Feed - Energy Top Stories)
In typical fashion, Trump used simplistic promises as the basis for lavish claims about revitalizing the energy industry and showering the American people with riches....
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LPDDR4 offers huge bandwidth in a physically small PCB area and volume; up to 25.6 GByte/s of bandwidth at a 3,200 Mbps data rate from a single 15mmx15mm LPDDR4 package when two dies are packaged together. LPDDR4 builds on the success of LPDDR2 and LPDDR3 by adding new features and introducing a major architectural change. This white paper discusses why designers are selecting LPDDR4, how to handle 2-die and 4-die packages with multi-channel connections, the advantages of sharing channels through system-on-chip (SoC) partitioning, and how to optimize channels for the lowest power consumption.
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