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2014-04-16 Generic timer module I2C bus emulation
Know how to emulate I2C bus Serial Data and Serial Clock output signals.
2015-07-30 Silicon Labs develops Bluetooth module for IoT
Silicon Labs' Bluegiga subsidiary has introduced a hardware/software combination in its BT121 Bluetooth Smart Ready module that claims to deal with the needs of developers for the Internet of Things
2012-08-13 Module touts dual-core 32nm Intel Atom, NM10 Express chipset
The ETX-CV is targeted at replacing current entry level and older high performance ETX modules, featuring power consumption ranging between 6W and 12W.
2014-07-02 Quick start guide for MPC57xxM GTM
This application note explains how to configure the microcontroller to use the generic timer module (GTM). It also tackles how to enable and initialise the GTM.
2010-03-12 Pulse-CO oximeter takes blood analysis out of lab
Few disciplines can turn the cold science of metrology into pure art as quickly as medical diagnostics. Here's a teardown of the Masimo's Radical-7 Signal Extraction Pulse-CO Oximeter.
2014-06-24 Enabling smart design of IoT applications
Altium engineers discuss the importance of effective network-aware software development tools in the age of the Internet and machine to machine devices.
2015-07-01 Developing ZigBee driver with SynthOS
Know the unique issues in the development of a ZigBee device driver in particular and drivers for communication devices in general using SynthOS.
2005-08-08 CANopen safety chip simplifies safety-related development
Safety-related devices are increasingly being networked together. Expensive safety controllers and safety monitors are available already, but the number of simple and inexpensive safety-related devices is still low. Networked safety technology makes sense only if the peripherals are available at acceptable prices.
2010-02-03 App processor tailored for high-resolution LCDs
Seiko Epson Corp. rolls out the S1C33L26, an application processor designed for product applications requiring high-resolution LCDs.
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