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New Digitally Enhanced Power Analog Controllers From Microchip Offer Digital Power Supply Flexibility With Easy Analog Control Loops
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Will soft (hardware) and software IP dominate the IoT market? Experts from IPExtreme, Atmel, GarySmithEDA,...
USB, HDMI, or analog signals degrade to mush over long signal traces or cables; check out these “before...
Targeting secure cloud servers, storage servers, compute servers, and data-plane applications, the ThunderX...
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Blog Post: PowerLab Notes: How to program PMBus Devices / (TI E2E Community)
This blog provides a tutorial on programming TI digital parts using TI in-house tools. TPS40422 and TPS40425 are two popular digital PMBus controllers which are used in many Point-of-Load (PoL) applications ranging from 10A to 100A. Both digital controllers are designed to start up without PMBus; however,...
Mailbag Monday. SPOILERS: Altium Circuit Maker Professional USB 2.0 Protocol Analyser from International Test Instruments Cypress USB Microcontroller http://www.geppettoelectronics.com/ Forum HERE...
USB Boot Solution / (Consumerization: BYOD)
Just discovered PLOOP.com. Have all the folders but the bootloader file online is said to be outdated. don't know where the newes file is...
The opening keynote of the Embedded World conference in Germany left me with chills. No, it was not a grand theatrical performance letting me crave for more. It simply scared the bejevies out of me with respect to the safety and security of embedded devices, some of which I use each day. Luckily -- as in so many other areas...
From PCIe to HDMI to DDR3, good quality signal switches can route your data and simplify designs—if you know how to use them
Embedded systems that support the use of removable USB flash drives have several host controller implementation, operating system and middleware options. The removable USB flash
The modern “digital car” includes analog components for timing and signal integrity alongside USB, PCI Express and others. Today’s new cars get decent mileage, are relatively
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
Low-cost FPGAs can be successfully used to convert a wide variety of HD video data formats for transport across USB3.
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 demand for faster response time, combined with consumers’ bottomless appetite for storage and higher resolution video, drives the need for faster wired interfaces like 10G USB and Thunderbolt 2.
While 6 billion people know about USB on the outside of smartphones, cameras, and laptops, only product designers are familiar with how USB is used inside of these products. In laptops, for example, the touchpad, webcam, and broadband modem often use standard USB parts—consuming standard USB power—internally.
Through the Android Open Accessory Initiative, USB interconnection can support the control of external hardware via Android platforms.
PCIe supports connectivity with legacy equipment built on interfaces such as RS-232 and PCI that are “obsolete” in the consumer electronics world.
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