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Designers can add an external secure EEPROM to a microcontroller that provides an efficient way to protect sensitive data from hackers.
Pulse oximeters require special attention to their LED drive electronics to ensure low noise and low distortion for accurate measurements.
Using a security IC and a software library, developers can employ a more efficient approach to mutual authentication required for IoT security.
A heat sink's role is in creating a larger surface area on a heat-producing device, allowing for more efficient transfer of heat out and into its surroundings.
Developers should consider these low-power processor and board solutions to implement efficient machine learning on IoT devices at the network edge.
Developers can use low-cost boards and specialized LEDs to build a complete greenhouse control system.
Using multiple tiny DC-DC regulators in a design rather than fewer larger regulators can save board space and provide improved system performance.
Second generation GNSS modules offer faster satellite acquisition and better positional accuracy while becoming easier to design in.
USB-C™ cables and connectors can cope with the power required for a device such as a laptop, negating the need to carry numerous cables for different uses.
Use switched capacitor filters to lower parts count and get greater accuracy, temperature stability, and reliability compared to passive or active RC filters.
Use highly integrated modular gate drives to save BLDC motor control circuit space and make it easier to control MOSFET switching for optimum performance.
Applying rotary encoders to sense angular position or velocity of a shaft or axle for efficient and effective digital sensing or control.
It is vital in IoT devices to have an efficient power management system to get as much energy as possible out from the battery.
Pressure sensors are critical to the IoT, with new versions emerging that feature smaller form factors, greater accuracy and resolution.
Low noise amplifiers (LNAs) for 5G wireless require exotic processes like SiGe, SOI, and GaAs that require special attention for successful implementations.
Integrated time of flight (ToF) sensors provide a simple, fast, and inexpensive way to measure distance and to recognize simple gestures in embedded systems.
Integrating USB Type-C connectors into designs requires developers pay careful attention to proper connector options and recommended layout guidelines.
The main two types of rotary encoders are absolute and incremental. How do they work? What are the differences? What’s the right type for your application?
Learn techniques to sequence the startup and shutdown of multi-rail power supplies used for FPGAs, DSP processors, and similar system on chip devices.
The Arduino MKR Vidor 4000 provides a simple and inexpensive way to make use of an FPGA’s real time abilities in embedded system designs.
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