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AMD’s New Family of Low-Cost FPGAs is All About Flexibility

April 19, 2024
The Spartan UltraScale+ family of FPGAs features a very high ratio of I/O to programmable logic.

NACS/SAE J3400 EV Charging Interface: Protocols and the Transition (Part 2)

April 19, 2024
Explore the protocols and challenges of the NACS/SAE J3400 EV charging interface in Part 2 of our series. Learn about safety measures, adoption hurdles, and prospects.
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Machine Learning

Quick Poll: How Are You Using Generative AI and LLMs?

April 19, 2024
Do you use large language models in generative AI, and if so, what is their main function?
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“Deep Sky” Film Explores the Miraculous James Webb Space Telescope

April 18, 2024
NASA's “Deep Sky” IMAX movie puts the results of 20 years of work on the James Webb Space Telescope front and center.

Tesla Robotaxi Arriving in August, But Plans Dropped for Low-Cost EV

April 18, 2024
Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced that the automaker is planning to unveil its new robotaxi self-driving vehicle this August. It’s also canceling plans to build a less-expensive entry...

Tapping Secrets of Li-ion Cell Temperature to Improve Cold Performance

April 17, 2024
Explore the challenges and solutions for EV battery performance in cold weather, including state-of-charge monitoring and advanced temperature-management techniques.

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More Product Highlights from embedded world 2024

April 19, 2024
The embedded world Exhibition & Conference brings together the world of electronic systems. Here's a sampling of other product standouts from the show.
Switching Converters Combine AC-DC and DC-DC Stages on a Single Chip

Switching Converters Combine AC-DC and DC-DC Stages on One Chip

April 16, 2024
Power Integrations’ latest series of power converters leverages the advantages of GaN technology to create a family of highly efficient multi-output devices.

Advances in IoT Security: Enhanced Crypto Standards and High-Power Processing

April 15, 2024
New silicon and components continue to push the edge of IoT, bringing higher measures of security to devices and systems.
Really Low Power AI-enabled Microcontroller is SPOT On

Ultra-Low-Power AI-Enabled Microcontroller is SPOT On

April 5, 2024
Ambiq’s Cortex-M55-based Apollo510 microcontroller builds on its SPOT technology.
What’s New With Automotive Grade Linux?

What’s New with Automotive Grade Linux?

April 4, 2024
The latest updates in Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) development include VirtIO integration and the adoption of Flutter for modern vehicle interfaces.
Why Interoperability Between Programming Languages is Important

Interoperability Part 1: Using Multiple Programming Languages

April 2, 2024
MathWorks' Heather Gorr talks about interoperability issues that arise when using multiple programming languages.


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NXP Outfits Its First 5-nm Automotive SoC with Real-Time CPU Cores

April 16, 2024
The S32N55 is the initial offering in the S32N family of so-called “super-integration” processors based on the 5-nm process.
Inside Electronics

Designing Advanced Automotive Driving Systems for Safety and Integrity

April 16, 2024
In this edition of Inside Electronics, we talk with u-blox’s Stefania Sesia about the design of safe and reliable automotive systems, such as u-safe for high-performance lane ...

NVIDIA’s Omniverse Cloud APIs Redefine Digital-Twin Applications

April 15, 2024
Leveraging the APIs for integration into existing software apps, Omniverse becomes a metaverse for engineers to conceptualize 3D models, helping unlock the potential of industrial...

So… Who’s This New Analog Guy at Electronic Design?

April 15, 2024
After about a decade, Analog again has a technology editor. In the initial entry of his bimonthly “Nonlinearities” blog,” Andy Turudic introduces himself and briefly outlines ...

Mid-Range FPGA Brings AI and Longevity to Developers

April 12, 2024
The mid-range Agilex 5 developed by Intel incorporates AI acceleration and long-term support for applications from medical to robotics.

Inside Intel’s Gaudi 3 Chip for AI Training and Inference

April 11, 2024
The company’s next-gen AI silicon adds more accelerator cores, faster networking, and extra high-bandwidth memory.
Raspberry Pi Foundation

Round 5: A Cool Raspberry Pi

April 11, 2024
Discover the new features of the Raspberry Pi 5, its improved performance, and the challenges it brings with heat management.

Apply Power-Density Fundamentals to Enhance Power-Management Systems

April 11, 2024
A range of power-density techniques, when properly employed, can significantly improve power management for various electronic designs.
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Voltage-Reference IC with Integral Heater Offers Single PPM-Class Results

April 10, 2024
A high-precision voltage reference developed by Analog Devices helps turn a very good analog data and measurement signal chain into a really, really good one.