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Sensor Ganging - MCU implementation

In this final article in our series on sensor ganging, we cover its implementation with a microcontroller and more techniques to optimize power Read More

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Sensor Ganging - Trading response time vs power consumption

In this second part of our series, we discuss the trade-offs between response time and power consumption, as well as other issues resolved by a Read More

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Sensor Ganging - Optimizing power consumption

Here's how to optimize power consumption in a capacitive sensing system, utilizing sensor ganging with a capacitive sensing controller. Read More

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Storing Morse code in C -- A comparison of techniques

Storing Morse code dot-dash symbols as strings is understandable and maintainable, but storing as packed bytes consumes less memory and executes Read More

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Making sense out of 8-bit and 32-bit MCU options for your next IoT application

8- and 32-bit MCUs are complementary technologies, excelling at some tasks. The trick is figuring out when a particular application lends itself to a Read More

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High-level synthesis comes of age with SDSoC

Bringing SoC and MPSoC to embedded system designers in a familiar environment. Read More

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Understanding memory fault models

A different set of fault models and testing techniques is required for memory blocks vs. logic. Read More

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Tackling wireless sensor development

MCU vendors such as TI, Freescale, and Silicon Labs are looking for easiest and quickest ways to aid inexperienced sensor tag and IoT developers with Read More

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Leveraging programmable logic in MCUs to boost performance

To make the best decision as to what will work best for your project, you need to understand how different MCU vendors implement internal Read More

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There is nothing left to be invented in embedded control, Part 3

For embedded control, this rephrasing of the (disputed) quote from Lord Kelvin is far from the truth, and enhanced peripherals are a case in point. Read More

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There is nothing left to be invented in embedded control, Part 2

For embedded control, this rephrasing of the (disputed) quote from Lord Kelvin is far from the truth, and enhanced peripherals are a case in point. Read More

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There is nothing left to be invented in embedded control, Part 1

For embedded control, this rephrasing of the (disputed) quote from Lord Kelvin is far from the truth, and enhanced peripherals are a case in point. Read More

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The basics of application development on an MSP430 16-bit MCU - Part 2

This is the second of a two-part series on application development on the MSP430 16- bit MCU. Read More

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The basics of application development on a MSP430 16-bit MCU - Part 1

Part 1 in a series on application development on the Texas Instruments MSP430 16-bit MCU using IAR’s free Embedded Workbench Kickstart Integrated Read More

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Make Parallel Programs Reliable with Stable Multithreading

An analysis of why parallel programs, specifically multi-threaded programs, are difficult to write, test, analyze, debug, and verify and how a new Read More

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IoT and wearable devices mean rethinking memory design

NOR flash will make possible a new generation of wearable and Internet of Things devices if embedded developers are willing to rethink their basic Read More

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Using an Embedded Vision Processor to Build an Efficient Object Recognition System

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