Towards Better Power Supply Rejection Ratio Performance: ON Semiconductor’s New LDO Regulators
Low drop out (LDO) regulators are useful in noise-sensitive situations but, when used with DC-DC converters, their PSRR performance is often lacking. ON Semiconductor has announced the NCP16x series of LDOs that aim to improve PSRR performance.
Take a Gander at Wildlife with Your Raspberry Pi: The Gentleman Maker’s Life-Cam!
In this project, we’re using an Arduino Uno and a Raspberry Pi 3 Model B to create an automatic wildlife camera. And, as an added bonus, this camera works at night. Make one of your own to snap photos of local birds, parading pups, or sneaky humans.
News Brief: RIGOL Releases New Oscilloscope Line and Spectrum Analyzer
RIGOL, a Beijing-based company, is celebrating their 20th anniversary. To mark the occasion, RIGOL has announced the release of two products: the 7000 range of oscilloscopes and the affordable RSA3000 real-time spectrum analyzer range.
The Promise and Shortcomings of Qualcomm’s XR1 AR and VR SoC Chip
With augmented and virtual reality on the rise, the demand for processors and SoCs that are able to handle these demands has also grown. In an effort to address this, Qualcomm has announced their latest device, the XR1, that may help hardware developers of AR and VR systems.
New Library from Microchip Brings Touch and Gesture Functionalities to Familiar Microcontrollers
Touch displays often require specialized touch controllers to drive displays, which can bump up the cost of final products. To mitigate cost increases, Microchip has just released a free touch library for use with most PIC, AVR, and SAM microcontrollers.