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Switch between DisplayPort and HDMI port using a single video switch while maintaining signal integrity over a cable length of 30 meters
Capped by last week’s announcement that Qualcomm Inc. would buy CSR PLC, the automotive semiconductor industry recently has been undergoing a wave of merger and acquisition (M&A)
Market research firm Infonetics Research released excerpts from its 2014 Wireless LAN Strategies and Vendor Leadership: North America Enterprise Survey, which takes an in-depth look
The market for GaN packaged LEDs in automotive applications is forecast to reach the $1 billion mark this year for the first time, according to the latest research from the LED Intelligence
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Live from IDF2014: Editor Chris A. Ciufo visits _two_ Kontron stands and learns that rugged "shoebox" computers bounce (and don't break), and that COTS-based NFV/SDN is coming to a
Live from IDF2014: Interview with SunMan Engineering, an IoT pioneer. In this 4 minute video, editor Chris A. Ciufo interviews Kaveh Pirzadeh, Director of Engineering and learns that SunMan designed a connected car IVI system several years ago. SunMan describes their IoT systems that include hardware, software, gateways, and cloud-based management software. Case examples discussed: IVI, digital farming, and human replacement...just maybe. For more information: http://www.sunmantechnology.com/.
Live from IDF2014: Chris A. Ciufo interviews Noah Clemons on Intel® System Studio. Lead Technical Consulting Engineer Clemons explains what’s in the latest Intel® System Studio and how it applies to “all things embedded”. The tool suite gets better in 2014 with new additions, full Yocto™ support, and applicability to all manner of Intel® processors for embedded: from Quark™, Edison, Atom™ and Core™…all the way up to embedded Xeon® processors. Of note: there’s a system-level view of designs and the way-cool VTune™ Amplifier 2014 for cross platform power and performance analysis. More information: https://software.intel.com/en-us/intel-system-studio.
The PIC24F "GC" family integrates advanced analog features like 16-bit ADC, 12-bit 10 Msps ADC, Dual DAC, Dual OpAmps along with Low Power, USB and LCD. This integration creates and MCU perfect for portable medical and industrial applications.
Here’s a look at Microchip’s connected blood pressure meter demo. Also featured in the video are other Microchip connected medical demos suitable for use in home health and wearable designs. Find out more about our solutions for medical and fitness applications using the link below.
This video features a number of medical demos, as well as some innovative new products from Microchip customers.
Microchip Intelligent Analog PIC MCUs offer on chip analog building blocks with flexible connections to optimize integration, simplify design, and minimize cost.
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Q: How often should my equipment make measurements? A: This question often arises when people draft plans to automatically measure a physical quantity such as temperature, pressure, acidity, liquid level, and so on. You can approach this problem in several ways, from an educated guess to a mathematical analysis of your system. The examples that follow use temperature measurements because people measure temperature more than any other physical characteristic.
Chip-package co-design is important for several reasons. Designing a large high power die, e.g. a System-on-Chip (SoC) without considering how to get the heat out is likely to lead
The latest advancements in electro-‐mechanical technologies, coupled with stringent compliance and compatibility requirements, allow for the development and deployment of high-‐performance
Developing backend systems for medical imaging Each advancement in medical imaging enables significant improvements in the quality and efficiency of diagnostics and therapy. The
Comprehensive display and computer-on-module system solutions In the highly competitive retail industry, innovative technologies can help improve the coordination of the supply
For high-performance small form factor processing in harsh conditions, Acromag offers the flexible COM Express® platform of products. See how simplifying your system design using this modular solution minimizes costs and development time. Extended operating temperatures and advanced thermal management make this rugged system ideal for defense and industrial applications.
Today, the ability to track the orientation or position of a device is a common feature in many portable and wearable products. Computing the orientation is a non-trivial task that converts inputs from multiple motion sensors into accurate position information. This computation is called sensor fusion and it eliminates inaccuracies from noisy sensor inputs. This paper shows how using DesignWare® ARC® Processor EXtension (APEX) technology improves cycle count and energy consumption for a power-efficient implementation of a 9D fusion algorithm on an IP subsystem.