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Electronic Design Jul/Aug Articles
The digital edition includes all of the articles, but we have links to the best ones here, just in case you missed some in our newsletters.
Electronic Design's Bill Wong takes a look at the challenges and payoffs of machine learning in embedded applications.
No overarching artificial intelligence looms on the horizon, but machine-learning tools can make applications do some magical things.
Accurately evaluating and measuring power-conversion devices to find small performance increases means that highly accurate measurements are of utmost importance.
Achronix's Speedster7t FPGAs utilize high-speed networks to provide faster communication between machine-learning blocks, storage, peripherals, and FPGA fabric.
Automotive electronics, particularly in autonomous vehicles, is skyrocketing, and advanced secure memory storage in non-volatile memory will be crucial to next-gen computing architectures for these applications.
Advances in manufacturing processes as well as material and packaging technologies, plus the emergence of new application areas, are creating a resurgence of sorts for wide-bandgap devices.
Powertrain electrification, automation, and new business models are shaping the next generation of mobility. These trends will profoundly impact the electrical power and electronic architectures of future vehicles.
NXP's HoverGames lets developers build on the open-source PX4 flight-control system with a real drone.