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    May - 2016

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    • Bridge of SPIs …

      …also D-PHYs, Dual D-PHYs, sub-LVDS, and more. A new device—programmable ASSP— takes on connectivity challenges. Just before the launch of Lattice Semiconductor’s CrossLink™,

    • Challenges to Implementing the Internet of Things for Industrial Applications

      Building industrial IoT systems is getting easier as both hardware and software building blocks come together to provide robust performance and security. The Internet of things (IoT)

    • Why Thermal MEMS?

      The reasons might resonate with you. “Capacitive Versus Thermal MEMS for High-Vibration Applications” is the title of a recently issued white paper from sensor maker MEMSIC,

    • How to Jump Start Custom SoCs with ARM’s DesignStart Portal

      Custom System on Chip (SoC) devices are becoming a cost-effective alternative to the traditional discrete IC board designs. ARM provides the DesignStart portal on its website, offering free of charge access to semiconductor IP for the design of custom SoCs, with low-cost licensing for the commercialization phase. IP includes the ARM® Cortex®-M0 processor and ARM Artisan® Physical IP solutions optimized for fabrication processes at leading silicon foundries.

    • Watching Processor IP Trends in the Smart Wearable Market

      As shipments of wearable devices continue to rise, smartwatches have evolved to be one of the most popular devices in this sector. To make the most of a projected 42.8% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) developers are examining what qualities will be needed to drive adoption.

    • Newest Arduino Brings Wi-Fi and ARM to a Trim New Form Factor

      Makers can choose from multiple development platforms for the Internet of Things (IoT), many of which feature processors based on ARM® design cores. Mark Woods, ARM’s Applications Architect and Maker, discusses how the average maker, regardless of whether they’ve a degree in electrical engineering or not, can get started on a project.

    • Bluetooth Low Energy Extends the Reach of Wireless Microcontrollers in the IoT

      The role of Bluetooth Low Energy in embedded microcontrollers is opening up design, applications and services to users in the home and industry. Caroline Hayes (CH) asks Paul Williamson (PW), General Manager, Wireless Business Unit at ARM® how the technology is changing the IoT rulebook.

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