Designing with wired or wireless networks for M2M and other embedded designs and the protocols to use.


Bluetooth low energy (BLE) fundamentals

Bluetooth low energy the intelligent, power-friendly version of Bluetooth wireless technology making smart gadgets compact, affordable, and less Read More


RS-485 meets high-speed requirements in industrial systems

RS-485 is the chosen physical layer standard for numerous industrial communication systems. Here we look at the key design considerations engineers Read More


10 Things NOT to do when embedding a web server

HTTP is the most common protocol but small devices can't simply handle all that we want them to and there are other ways to achieve connectivity. Read More


Simplifying universal serial bus connectivity with USB bridge devices

There's a no-hassle approach for adding USB to any embedded solution, with no need for USB expertise or firmware development, enabling faster times Read More


Embedded email

Here's an approach that enables some quite imaginative functionality to be added to devices with minimal effort and cost. Read More


Standards light the way in enterprise IoT

Open standard-based wireless lighting control systems are a catalyst ushering building controls into the Enterprise Internet of Things (E-IoT). Read More


Top considerations before starting your IoT design project

Online suppliers offer myriad connectivity solutions, but developers are often hesitant to adopt new technologies for fear their lack of experience Read More


Using an embedded Web server

Optimized for embedded applications, an HTTP server is likely to be quite small in terms of code size and can provide a user interface limited only Read More


IPv6 - a beginner's guide

One of the myths associated with IPv6 is that the only reason to adopt IPv6 is the impending depletion of the IPv4 address space. Read More


Bit stuffing

Network protocol designers have developed "bit-stuffing" techniques that involve adding extra bits to indicate the end of a message in a stream of Read More


Wireless links enhance efficiency in medical apps

Using FPRF devices, manufacturers can add a cost-effective enhancement to their equipment that will differentiate them from their competitors and Read More


Modeling and simulation of secure multi-protocol automotive networks

Simulating an automotive multi-protocol network of over 50 nodes, consisting of CAN, CAN-FDR, FlexRay, Ethernet, and a secure gateway to compute the Read More


Debugging software apps for Android-based designs using USB

Debugging software applications on Android -based mobile and Internet of Things devices using the Universal Serial Bus (USB) to access the Android Read More


An Adaptive Amplifier for Wireless Sensor Network Applications

The design of an adaptive amplifier embedded in an 8051-based PSoC1, for use in a fault-tolerant wireless sensor network capable of performing Read More


USB 3.0 vs USB 2.0: A quick reference summary for the busy engineer

Abhishek Gupta of Cypress Semiconductor shares the quick reference sheet he created to concisely summarize key differences between USB 2.0 and USB Read More


The role of SRAMs in nextgen IoT and wearable embedded designs

Standalone static random access memory (SRAM) devices are returning to mainstream embedded system design due to the requirements of newer Read More


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Take off with Simplified USB Type-C Development

Save & Follow 17 May 2016

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