ESC Con 2015

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    The MCU guy's introduction to FPGAs: The Hardware

    24 April 2015

    Embedded design engineers often come from a MCU background and have only a vague idea as to what an FPGA is and what it does. This column explains

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    Getting Started with Embedded Linux: Part Ten -- Building a Raspberry Pi kernel

    1 Comment(s) 23 April 2015

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

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    WAV Trigger: One Sound FX card to rule them all

    12 Comment(s) 21 April 2015

    The WAV Trigger sound effects card is ideal for hobby projects and sophisticated embedded systems.

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    Analog meters - Dealing with high voltage and current levels

    5 Comment(s) 21 April 2015

    Shunts and multipliers will let you tune your analog meters to the full scale deflection you need.

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    Outrageously cool WS2812-NeoPixel-based clock

    18 Comment(s) 20 April 2015

    In which we discover a clock using so many tri-colored LEDs that even grizzled old embedded designers will squeal with delight.

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The MCU guy's introduction to FPGAs: The Hardware

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Embedded design engineers often come from a MCU background and have only a vague idea as to what an FPGA is and what it does. This column explains Read More

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WAV Trigger: One Sound FX card to rule them all

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The WAV Trigger sound effects card is ideal for hobby projects and sophisticated embedded systems. Read More

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Analog meters - Dealing with high voltage and current levels

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Shunts and multipliers will let you tune your analog meters to the full scale deflection you need. Read More

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Outrageously cool WS2812-NeoPixel-based clock

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In which we discover a clock using so many tri-colored LEDs that even grizzled old embedded designers will squeal with delight. Read More

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