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How audio edge processors enable voice integration in IoT devices

Dedicated audio edge processors with a focus on audio fidelity and with machine learning optimized cores are the key to providing IoT devices with voice user interfaces without the need for a high bandwidth internet connection.

A more effective approach for developing AC-AC automatic voltage regulators

Development of AVRs has moved to digitally controlled systems built with 8-bit microcontrollers, but programmable mixed-signal ASICs offer advantages in reducing cost and size —…

How to generate a Bode plot with LTspice

For the development of dynamic systems in electrical engineering, control engineering, and even mechatronics, engineers must know the system’s frequency response, represented by the Bode…

What is the AI of things (AIoT)?

A look at the growing trend for intelligent connected devices enabling the AI of things (AIoT), the technologies and some of the applications that benefit from AIoT.

A comparison of SRAM vs quantum-derived semiconductor PUFs

This article explores the relative performance of SRAM PUF and quantum-derived semiconductor PUF technologies for IoT security.

Design

A comparison of SRAM vs quantum-derived semiconductor PUFs

Efforts target multiple automotive cybersecurity threats

The good news is that there is a growing number of automotive cybersecurity activities to secure in-vehicle hardware and software and cloud platforms. The automotive…

Protecting critical infrastructure through application performance monitoring

Given recent attacks on existing infrastructure, the cybersecurity of embedded systems built into critical infrastructure is perhaps even more crucial than their physical security. As…

TCP/IP stacks vulnerabilities are a wake-up call for embedded software

URGENT/11 and other recent vulnerabilities such as AMNESIA:33 related to embedded TCP/IP stacks indicate a deficiency in vetting and auditing software supply chains. The blame…

Development

How to generate a Bode plot with LTspice

LTE Cat-M1 IoT module connects directly to global cellular networks

New Renesas cellular IoT module uses Sequans hardware to support LTE Cat-M1 and enable direct connection to existing global mobile network infrastructure.

How to build better UX for IoT devices

Smartphones have created an interesting challenge for internet of things (IoT) development teams as consumers, industrial workers, medical professionals, and more desire a sophisticated mobile…

Tools Move up the Value Chain to Take the Mystery Out of Vision AI

The benefits of adding vision to everyday products have attracted the attention of many industries and sectors. But how do you actually get data from…

Industry

Efforts target multiple automotive cybersecurity threats

Lack of scrutiny sinks AV safety scores

Do regulators — and the public — have reason to trust the safety and reliability of the AVs that are already on the public streets…

Breaking down misconceptions about driver monitoring systems

Awareness of the importance of robust driver monitoring systems has risen significantly in recent weeks. I will explore some of the most common misconceptions I’ve…

Teleoperation guides AV software platform trends

Teleoperation for autonomous vehicles (AVs) is growing in importance. This column will explore the AV teleoperation segment and will give you information, perspectives and opinions…

Trends

Assessing IoT and the impact of 5G

Vapor chamber cooling finds growing role in hot products

Implementing vapor chamber cooling technology could pay off for particular applications such as embedded systems with critical thermal management concerns.

The realities of developing embedded neural networks

For most embedded software, freezing functionality is necessary to enable a rigorous verification methodology, but when embedding neural networks, that can be a major problem….

Lack of scrutiny sinks AV safety scores

Do regulators — and the public — have reason to trust the safety and reliability of the AVs that are already on the public streets…

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