The LoRa protocol helps designers develop a robust WAN for many IoT applications that require both long range and low power consumption.
To implement stable TIA systems for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), LiDAR for autonomous vehicles as they emerge, and mobile pulse oximeters.
Accelerating drone motor control development.
This article will highlight the features of the Microsemi SmartFusion 2 Starter Kit and showcase some examples of how to get started with an FPGA-based design.
MEMS accelerometers let IoT devices easily monitor the critical factors of vibration and shock, but first there a few mechanical design challenges that need to be overcome.
Designers can power IoT devices using a single-chip energy harvesting device capable of extracting usable power from low-level indoor lighting.
The common 2N3904 NPN Bipolar Junction Transistor (BJT) is used for low-power amplification and switching. See example of simple switching circuit design.
Infrared gesture sensing technology helps designers develop a simple, low-cost HMI suitable for many industrial, consumer, and automotive applications.
Choosing the right display for diverse IoT applications means understanding each application’s requirements and finding the display that best fits those needs.
Product development utilizing 3D printing techniques.
Choosing the appropriate antenna requires designers to consider the physical, electrical, and economical parameters that will best suit the application.
Use ON Semiconductor’s FIS1100 IMUs and sensor fusion software to develop high-performance motion tracking solutions for consumer applications.
Minimizing MCU power consumption with software.
Microcontrollers, the key component of an embedded system, must keep up with the challenge of evolving system needs.
5 GHz Wi-Fi offers a convenient option to interference prone 2.45 GHz Wi-Fi for high-reliability industrial WLANs.
Why choose a sensor module over a discrete solution for an Industrial IoT application?
Selecting the correct wall charger power supply can be difficult. This article details the specifications required to choose the best option.
Mobile devices require multiple internal antennas such as chip, patch, or PC trace antennas, but designing these into systems requires new approaches and tools.
Occupancy sensing and motion detection made easy with the Panasonic Grid-EYE on the Maxim MAXREFDES131 reference design board.
Amphenol’s Arduino-compatible air quality sensor development kit handles low-level dust and CO2 sensing details so the developer can focus on the application.