The OKdo E1 development board is only as wide as a coin but contains the LPC55S69 microcontroller, making it suitable for a variety of small production runs and prototypes. Here, get more familiar with the dev board and see how to use its evaluation kit.
August 20, 2020 by Mark Dunnett, on Behalf of NXP
Explore the LPC55S16, an MCU well-suited for industrial and professional applications, thanks to its fast clock speed of 150 MHz, out-of-the-box support for communicating over a CAN-FD bus network, and low current consumption.
August 06, 2020 by Mark Dunnett, on Behalf of NXP
This article looks at digit detection and recognition using MNIST eIQ as an example, which consists of several parts — the digit recognition is performed by a TensorFlow Lite model, and a GUI is used to increase the usability of the i.MX RT1060 device.
3 days ago by David Piskula, NXP Semiconductors
In this article, we discuss some key security threats to be aware of when designing for the IoT, important security functions, and how protecting these designs is becoming easier with advances in security ICs.
September 15, 2020 by Scott Jones, Maxim Integrated
In this article, learn how to enable I2C by allowing the LPC55S69 MCU on the E1 board to communicate with a Bosch BME280 environmental sensor present on the Microe Weather click module.
September 10, 2020 by Mark Dunnett, on Behalf of NXP
How do GaN (gallium nitride), SiC (silicon carbide), silicon, and GaN-on-SiC compare? Learn how Infineon's CoolGaN™ HEMTs (high-electron-mobility transistors) provide improvements in power management.
In partnership with Infineon
Floating-gate Flash circuitry is only embedded in devices fabricated at 40nm or earlier nodes, so it is not embedded in the most advanced, highest-performance processors. For secure code and data storage, designers, therefore, have to specify an external device that contains secure memory capacity.
In partnership with Winbond
Learn the basics of automotive radar, MIMO radar signal processing, applications, and market trends. Test and measurement requirements for research and development, mandatory ETSI tests and production verification of automotive radar sensors in the 24 GHz, 77 GHz and 79 GHz domains are described.
In partnership with Rohde & Schwarz
The purpose of this application note is to provide the system engineer with details of the unique features of Maxim's MAX14912/MAX14913 products, and in particular, to explain how these products can safely handle 24V DC loads of "Unlimited Inductance" using Maxim's patented SafeDemag™ feature.
In partnership with Maxim Integrated