With the introduction of systems-on-a-chip (SoCs), the semiconductor industry has struggled with providing information on how to implement these devices while not overwhelming engineers with data. It is common today to find devices with documentation that exceeds 75 to 100 pages, which can be more accurately defined as a user manual than a datasheet. Simply trying to read the documentation and gather enough insight to use the device can take weeks, if not longer. Suppliers often provide an
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