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    How to Build More Sustainable Electronics

    Feb. 15, 2024
    A new benchmarking tool called the “GreenTool” could help us create more sustainable electronic products in the future.

    Exploring Uncommon Applications of Isolation

    Feb. 14, 2024
    Electrical isolation is defined as the separation between two circuits that will restrict the direct current and any unwanted alternating current in a power supply.
    University of Sydney (Australia) Nano Institute

    Silicon-Based Electro-Optical Device Delivers Narrowband Multi-GHz Filtering

    Feb. 13, 2024
    An array of electro-optical components fabricated as a silicon-based photonic IC provides narrowband passband and notch filtering above 10 GHz.

    The Best IoT Arduino Shields to Start 2024

    Feb. 12, 2024
    The best Arduino shields for IoT applications provide a host of features designed for connectivity, control, and data throughput.

    What's the Difference Between the I2C and I3C Bus?

    Feb. 12, 2024
    What made the I2C bus such an overwhelmingly popular embedded connectivity technology for nearly four decades? And how is the I3C bus carrying its legacy forward?

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    Talking about the TSMC IP Alliance Program

    Talking About the TSMC IP Alliance Program

    Feb. 12, 2024
    The TSMC IP Alliance Program helps companies develop better processors by ensuring that the needed IP is made available in an accessible silicon-verified, production-proven, and...
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    Advanced SoC Development Uses Next-Gen IP Integration Tools

    Feb. 8, 2024
    Network-on-chip (NoC) interconnect IP and SoC integration technology enables higher product performance with lower power consumption and faster time-to-market.

    My Application Needs Accurate Fuel Gauging—What Options are Available?

    Feb. 7, 2024
    Inexpensive methods to measure battery energy can result in low precision measurements, and techniques to increase precision often add complexity and cost. One alternative uses...
    Dirac Research

    Transform Any Vehicle's Sound Experience

    Feb. 7, 2024
    Machine learning and acoustic measurements combine to overcome the world’s most difficult acoustic environment—car interiors.
    ePaper is Not Just For E-Readers Anymore

    ePaper Not Just for e-Readers Anymore

    Feb. 7, 2024
    ePaper technology used in e-readers can cover everything from guitars to smartphones.
    Machine Learning

    Generative AI to Usher in Big Opportunities in 2024

    Feb. 6, 2024
    Learn what’s in the forecast for generative AI this year and how it will impact the electronics industry.
    Virtual Instruments

    IDE for Embedded Apps Adds Enhanced Graphics Library, Expanded Toolchains

    Feb. 6, 2024
    NECTO Studio 6.0 from MIKROE brings to the table increased graphical functionality, Clang support for Arm and RISC-V, and many other features.
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    Single-Channel, High-Voltage Output DACs Include Precision Reference

    Feb. 5, 2024
    The basic digital-to-analog converter may not get a lot of attention, but a high-performance device can make a major difference in systems such as test instruments and precision...
    Solid Sands
    Test & Measurement

    Library Safety Qualification Suite Adds C++ Headers

    Feb. 5, 2024
    Solid Sands expanded its SuperGuard Library Safety Qualification Suite with a collection of C++ headers.
    Analog Devices

    How to Calculate a DC-DC Compensation Network

    Feb. 1, 2024
    LTspice circuit simulation offers an efficient and reliable way to verify calculations for compensation networks. Benefits of the linear model discussed in this article include...

    As AI Takes Off, Chipmakers Pump Up Performance

    Feb. 1, 2024
    Microcontrollers and other small systems are the latest to embrace AI, and hardware vendors are leading the charge with fresh innovations.

    Navigating the Hardware-Software Interface in Chip Design

    Jan. 31, 2024
    Register-transfer-level (RTL) verification is a critical component to successful chip design.
    Connectivity Standards Alliance

    How Matter 1.2 Simplifies Creation of Secure, Easy-to-Use IoT Apps

    Jan. 31, 2024
    Crafted by the Connectivity Standards Alliance, the Matter protocol brings seamless provisioning and interoperability to an array of smart-home and IoT products and equipment....

    Fear and Mitigation of an Electromagnetic Pulse

    Jan. 29, 2024
    An electromagnetic pulse—or EMP—is an impending event capable of returning the world’s society back to the dark ages. Here’s an overview of some of the methods that could help...

    Targeting Automotive and Industrial Apps with 10BASE-T1S

    Jan. 26, 2024
    Single-pair Ethernet presents a lighter, lower-cost alternative to RJ-45/CAT5 and 6 that's typically used in computing applications.

    Thermal-Monitoring "Tape" Helps EV Batteries Beat the Heat

    Jan. 25, 2024
    A unique peel-and-stick thermal sensor works to keep the high-voltage battery packs in EVs from overheating—and potentially from exploding into flames.