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SimpleLink™ CC2541-Q1 wireless microcontroller delivers new automotive use cases through low power, reduced cost and simplified design Texas Instruments (TI) (NASDAQ: TXN) today
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Nanoparticle Networks Promise Cheaper Batteries for Storing Renewable Energy / (Technology Review Feed - Energy Top Stories)
A new battery design could lead to a cheap way to address the intermittency of solar and wind power.Liquids containing a flowing network of nanoscale particles could make batteries cheaper to manufacture, and thereby reduce the cost of using large amounts of solar and wind power....
#ENERGY: "Ultracapacitor Breakthrough Beats Batteries" / (NextGenLog)
Ultracapacitors are redefining power applications--replacing batteries or improving their utilization--for a wide variety of applications. This carbon nanotube/graphene version could expand the spectrum of applications even further. R. Colin Johnson @NextGenLogSEM image details the ultracapacitor's composite film combining...
Power converters are arriving on the market with the aim of simplifying the job of building energy-harvesting systems for wireless sensor nodes and the Internet of Things....
Blog Post: Now on TI's e-store: EVM430-F6779 for three-phase electricity metering / (TI E2E Community)
EVM430-F6779 is a three-phase electricity meter evaluation module based on the MSP430F6779 device. The E-meter can be connected to the main power lines and has inputs for voltage and current, as well as a third connection to setup anti-tampering. It allows a customer to test the new MSP430F677x/F6779x series and see the...
Integrated peripherals and sensor capabilities in today’s MCUs support new applications in wearable and ultra-mobile designs. To get a sense of where innovation is occurring
Industry experts weigh in on the implications of new SoCs from Intel and ARM, high-speed interconnects, and the Internet of Things—all in the context of small form factor embedded boards.
When designing with high-performance, low-power computer-on-modules (COMs), subtle and not-so-subtle characteristics impact common performance needs such as implementing digital displays,
Increasing transfer speeds of modern I/O such as PCI Express, USB and SATA—as well as high-resolution displays—pose design challenges on small form factor (SFF) designs. Modern
The automotive industry's activities for Linux and low-power technologies may seem to be independent topics; in practice, however, these two topics are deeply connected. Operating
Power-management experts share their insights into chip-, system- and software-level opportunities. If the depth of detail in our roundtable responses are any indication, power management
New wearable and Internet of Things devices will demand new power solutions that use enabling technologies like energy harvesting with solid state batteries. Imagine a world where
IoT end nodes and gateways that offer the best combination of energy-efficiency, performance, cost effectiveness and appealing features—regardless of MCU bit size—will be in the
Intel addresses designers’ power issues with new generations of Intel® Core™ processors, updated low-power Intel® Atom™ processors, and the new Intel® Quark™ processor core
The highly efficient architecture of FRAM-based MCUs simplify secure system design without compromising data integrity or reliability, all while lowering power consumption. Security
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