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Ultra Low-Power & Power Management
Quarterly Report
August 2017
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Cooler, Safer Smart Home Hub: What a Difference a Diode Makes
Steps taken to solve high forward voltage drop and high reverse leakage current issues.Your customer has successfully launched a new smart home hub ...  (more)
IoT Device Security Summit
2017 IoT Device Security Summit – SEPT 28 – Santa Clara: Register TODAY for the conference devoted to tackling the complex challenges of IoT Design and Implementation of Device Security. FREE Registration for qualified attendees through AUGUST 5!
Conventional DECT Technology Is an Option for the Smart Home A smart home used to mean one with contemporary d├ęcor and upmarket furnishings. Now, a smart home is a connected dwelling, based on convenience and ...  (more)
Low-Density Serial Flash Is Back—and IoT's the Reason Low power and enhanced system performance fuel a re-emergence.For the past decade, we have seen an abundance of systems employing off-the-shelf MCU ...  (more)
IoT: Choosing 8-bit vs. 32-bit MCUs It's generally known that 8-bit MCUs have an overall advantage over 32-bit MCUs in physical size, power efficiency, and cost. But do 8-bit MCUs have what it takes for ...  (more)
Microchip Technology Inc.
Game-Changing Ultra-Low-Power 32-bit MCU Ecosystem
Microchip's ultra-low-power and low-power MCUs balance power consumption and performance to meet the needs of a wide spectrum of power-constrained applications from wearables to IoT nodes. These MCUs are designed from the ground up, utilizing the low-leakage processes and libraries to provide industry-leading low power consumption in both active and sleep modes.
FEATURED NEWS & ANALYSIS
Terasic's DE10-Nano Kit, Built on the Intel Cyclone V FPGA, Now at Mouser Electronics
Ultra Low Power iMX6U System on Module with APM Sleep Mode of 3.5mA
Adesto Technologies Announces Barry L. Cox Scholarships Awards to Support Outstanding STEM Scholars in Honor of Former Corporate Board Chairman
Sensors Midwest
Sensors Midwest | October 3-4, 2017 | Donald E. Stephens Convention Center | Rosemont, IL
As the growth of the sensors market continues to rapidly expand, Sensors Midwest will bring together thousands of engineers in the Midwest marketplace looking for access to the latest sensor advancements and will provide an opportunity to connect with the area's greatest technology leaders and suppliers. Sensors Midwest is your one-stop show for exploring the latest technologies in the industry, education, and networking. Everything you and your business need to be successful will be found at #SensorsMW17.
FEATURED WHITE PAPERS & VIDEOS
Explorer 16/32 Development Board - Microchip's new development board for designing with PIC® MCUs
Cost-Effective BLDC Motor Control with PIC32MM
16-bit Microcontrollers Meet Tight Space, Power and Cost
TI introduces single-chip buck-boost battery charge controllers enabling USB Type-C™ and USB Power Delivery support
PPC-E7-3354 is a Compact Low Power Consumption ARM Panel PC
ARTICLES AND TECH BRIEFS
Networking Technology Steels Itself for Emerging Markets The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) announced Bluetooth mesh technology in July. It targets industrial automation and smart buildings by extending the reach of a network, while maintaining the low (more)
IoT: Choosing 8-bit vs. 32-bit MCUs It's generally known that 8-bit MCUs have an overall advantage over 32-bit MCUs in physical size, power efficiency, and cost. But do 8-bit MCUs have what it takes for IoT? Do 8-bit microcontrollers (more)
CO2 Sensors: New Possibilities Why the latest options for detecting carbon dioxide—which can do so while consuming one-thirtieth the power of other approaches—have significance for a range of industrial and medical applications. (more)
Q&A with Ilika CEO Graeme Purdy A battery breakthrough that's not about setting the world on fire [caption id="attachment_263" align="aligncenter" width="550" caption="Materials and battery technology company Ilika is targeting (more)
Driving the I2C bus with Next-Generation Buffers While next-generation I2C buffer devices are good for putting the I2C control buses you already know to work, their true claim to fame could be how they assist with cost, power dissipation, and design (more)
FROM THE BLOGOSPHERE
Inside the Fall, and Rebirth, of a Bill Gates–Backed Battery Startup
Comment on Designing an energy-efficient BLDC ceiling fan solution
EEVblog #1013 – Mailbag
How to Build a Rumor
comparing two values of textboxs
How to Model State Machines in the Accellera Portable Stimulus Standard for Low Power SoC Verification
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