Design Con 2015

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    Flash FPGAs give designers more flexibility

    25 January 2015

    High performance FPGAs that use flash technology deliver features and functions comparable to or even better than what SRAM-based FPGAs can offer.

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    Indoor navigation goes hybrid

    1 Comment(s) 10 January 2015

    Current indoor navigation techniques leave much to be desired. What’s needed is a hybrid approach combining Wi-Fi, cellular and pedestrian dead

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    Building wireless sensor- and M2M- based IoTs with programmable SoCs

    15 December 2014

    A survey of recent design articles about wireless sensor and machine-to-machine apps indicates that for many Internet of Things designs, the best

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    Using MSP430 MCUs in wireless, M2M, and IoT apps

    08 December 2014

    Despite the drive by ARM Cortex-M licensees to make 32-bit architecture dominant in WSN and M2M applications in the Internet of Things, 16-bit MCU

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    Filters

    1 Comment(s) 01 December 2014

    A tiny impurity in the fuel can damage a diesel. The answer: filters.

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    Getting Started with Embedded Linux: Part Nine -- Self-hosted development

    2 Comment(s) 07 December 2014

    Explore self-hosted development using the Raspberry Pi as a target.

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    ESC Boston 2015

    03 December 2014

    ESC Boston will be held May 6 and 7, 2015 at Boston Convention Center, Boston, Mass.

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    Burned by a consultant

    4 Comment(s) 23 November 2014

    The source code was in limbo, somewhere on the consultant’s machines.

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    Using RTOS Semaphores - Part 3: exotic semaphores

    1 Comment(s) 23 November 2014

    In this third and final article in a series of blogs on the many uses of RTOS semaphores, Ralph Moore covers some of the more exotic semaphores,

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    Assuring the Software Quality of nextgen embedded designs

    01 December 2014

    To achieve the software quality assurance that today's challenging embedded systems require involves using every means and tool available, from

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Flash FPGAs give designers more flexibility

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High performance FPGAs that use flash technology deliver features and functions comparable to or even better than what SRAM-based FPGAs can offer. Read More

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Indoor navigation goes hybrid

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Current indoor navigation techniques leave much to be desired. What’s needed is a hybrid approach combining Wi-Fi, cellular and pedestrian dead Read More

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Building wireless sensor- and M2M- based IoTs with programmable SoCs

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A survey of recent design articles about wireless sensor and machine-to-machine apps indicates that for many Internet of Things designs, the best Read More

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Using MSP430 MCUs in wireless, M2M, and IoT apps

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Despite the drive by ARM Cortex-M licensees to make 32-bit architecture dominant in WSN and M2M applications in the Internet of Things, 16-bit MCU Read More

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Filters

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A tiny impurity in the fuel can damage a diesel. The answer: filters. Read More

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ESC Boston 2015

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ESC Boston will be held May 6 and 7, 2015 at Boston Convention Center, Boston, Mass. Read More

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Burned by a consultant

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The source code was in limbo, somewhere on the consultant’s machines. Read More

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Using RTOS Semaphores - Part 3: exotic semaphores

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In this third and final article in a series of blogs on the many uses of RTOS semaphores, Ralph Moore covers some of the more exotic semaphores, Read More

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Assuring the Software Quality of nextgen embedded designs

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To achieve the software quality assurance that today's challenging embedded systems require involves using every means and tool available, from Read More

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