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Understanding the Differences Between ARM and x86 Processing Cores
ARM and x86 are the two most common processor families on the planet. What are their strengths, weaknesses, and applications?
May 05, 2017
A Brief Introduction to the Common Mode Choke and Its Applications
This article goes over the basics of the humble common mode choke and its applications.
April 23, 2017
The Best FPGA Development Boards for New Designers
Here's a rundown of three boards best suited for beginning to intermediate FPGA designers. Some boards cost thousands of dollars, and it’s unrealistic to compare a board of that cost to a...
November 30, 2015
Jennifer A. Diffley
SiFive Building RISC-V Ecosystem, One Partnership at a Time
The catalog of IPs includes security cores, Logic NVM technology, embedded analytics, and multicore debugging toolsets.
November 28, 2017
ASUS Moves Its Tinker Board into Raspberry Pi’s SBC Domain
ASUS, the Taiwanese hardware and electronics company known for their desktops, laptops, monitors, graphics cards, and more has decided they're going to delve into the micro-PC market....
April 07, 2017
Cache Coherent Interconnect IP for Machine Learning SoCs
A new interconnect IP takes on processing and functional safety challenges in chipsets designed for ADAS and autonomous vehicle systems.
April 11, 2017
Graphene Nano-Chimneys Could Cool Future Circuits
Rice University students have determined that chimney-like structures made of carbon nanotubes could be the key to the future of heat dissipation....
February 15, 2017
Hardware and Software Solutions to the Transistor Count Issue with Silicon Chips
Moore's law states the number of transistors on silicon doubles every year. The laws of physics state that number is approaching a limit....
January 26, 2017
The Affordable LiDAR Movement—Researchers Aim to Drastically Reduce Sensor Costs
As of today, we are always looking to innovate our products as well as create new ones to make things more simplistic. Whether it be fully autonomous vehicles, agriculture, or marine surveying,...
September 29, 2016
19-Year-Old MIT Student Aims to Save Lives with Fingerprint Sensor on Firearms
Biometric security and the concept of the smart gun.
January 30, 2017
How to Spot Counterfeit Electronic Components
Counterfeit parts are becoming more of a problem every day and it won't be long before serious harm is caused as a result. It is up to us design engineers to prevent such incidents by arming...
May 22, 2016
New Electric Vehicle Battery Sensor Design Could Reduce EV Costs
Electric vehicle batteries (EVBs) are used to power electric vehicles (EVs). Generally, each cell requires its own voltage sensor, however, this might have changed in a recent breakthrough....
December 28, 2016
Waymo vs. Uber and the LiDAR Tech at Stake
Google filed a lawsuit against Uber claiming that they stole their LiDAR technology earlier in February. In this article, we'll take a closer look at what technology was allegedly stolen and...
May 26, 2017
New Solar Panel Material Could Make SolarCity’s Gigafactory Hyper Efficient
A possible new solar panel material is on the horizon. Learn what it could mean for a gigawatt solar panel plant.
July 14, 2016
How Sound Waves Can Fool MEMS Accelerometers (and Other Ways to Dupe Sensors)
Accelerometers, activity trackers, and fingerprint sensors can be duped. Learn how and what designers can do to prevent false input.
May 01, 2017
Teardown Tuesday: TP Link Powerline Adapter
With powerline adapters becoming more popular, it's about time one of these was taken apart! In this teardown, we will look inside a TP link powerline adaptor to see what makes this thing...
November 15, 2016
New Technology Powers Drones Wirelessly
Research from the Imperial College of London powers drones without weighing them down with batteries.
October 09, 2016
Cambridge’s New Hyper-Efficient Transistors Are a Perfect Match for the IoT
Scientists at Cambridge University have developed a low-power transistor which consumes a billionth of a watt and operates under one volt. Such a device could help with the age of the IoT's...
December 08, 2016
Electronics and Programming Games So Fun, You Don’t Even Realize They’re Educational
A collection of games and resources to keep up your skills and learn some new ones in the process.
October 17, 2015
Flexible, Low-Noise Frequency Generation: A New Programmable Clock IC from ON Semiconductor
Clock-generator ICs such as the NB3H73113G offer various features that are beneficial for your digital and mixed-signal designs.
June 30, 2017
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