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9 tips for better code coverage measurement

With the right approaches and suitable tools, measuring test coverage is possible without excessive effort. These practical tips can help you get started. Measuring code…

Enhancing current measurement range with a resistor-less sensing solution

A resistor-less sensing approach makes it possible to design a 4-decade current sensing architecture with extended operating range up to 36V. Measuring current in a…

Don’t underestimate the humble streetlight

A mmWave smart repeater will plug into a streetlight’s photocell socket, leveraging the 360 million existing streetlights worldwide to enhance 5G and fixed wireless access…

Using Python to simplify noise analysis of mixed-mode signal chains

This tutorial will focus on the noise of individual signal chain elements, modeling them with Python/SciPy and LTspice.

The future of cloud convergence and the three P’s

The cloud is often thought about in relation to the IT world. But devices are not standalone objects anymore. They are part of a global cyber-physical system that spans hyperscale clouds, edge clouds and the electro-mechanical edge.

Design

CEO interview: implementing embedded security has to be simple

Automotive cyberattacks grow more varied despite improving defenses

Automotive cybersecurity is a growth industry as both vulnerabilities and cyberattacks continue to increase, which requires additional cyber solutions, deployments, and regulations. There is a…

Fundamentals of security in the IC manufacturing lifecycle

Here is how engineers can identify the threats at each step of the IC production lifecycle and subsequently mitigate these threats. Today, supply chain security…

Embedded devices remain vulnerable to ransomware threats

Embedded devices need more ransomware protection — right now. But it will require significant time and investment. OT systems are an established target for ransomware,…

Development

9 tips for better code coverage measurement

Don’t underestimate the humble streetlight

A mmWave smart repeater will plug into a streetlight’s photocell socket, leveraging the 360 million existing streetlights worldwide to enhance 5G and fixed wireless access…

ST offers touchless gesture control with new software for ToF sensor

The lightweight gesture algorithm can run on a low-power microcontroller and demands minimal system resources, so is easily integrated in an existing application.

Measuring code coverage for embedded software

It is not without reason that the standards for safety-critical software development set precise requirements for test methods and test coverage. For a long time…

Industry

Software will differentiate car brands, say automakers

embedded news: automotive NPUs, ECU virtualization, and more

The latest news from the embedded world.

Automotive cyberattacks grow more varied despite improving defenses

Automotive cybersecurity is a growth industry as both vulnerabilities and cyberattacks continue to increase, which requires additional cyber solutions, deployments, and regulations. There is a…

How CAN FD benefits non-automotive applications

Why use CAN FD outside of automotive applications? Here’s how it offers advantages to other industries including industrial, consumer, and robotics. Due to higher bandwidth…

Trends

The future of cloud convergence and the three P’s

embedded news: connected syringes, smart farms and more

The latest news from the embedded world.

Neuromorphic sensing shifts computer vision focus

Image camera–based techniques for computer vision are hugely inefficient, driving a need for alternative solutions, says one of the technology’s founding fathers. Is computer vision…

How Bluetooth direction finding can unlock precision indoor positioning

Version 5.1 of the Bluetooth specification introduced ‘direction finding’. This represents a very significant step forward when it comes to precise indoor positioning capabilities, promising to unlock game-changing products and services.