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How NOR flash technology is making over-the-air firmware updates more reliable

Advanced NOR flash devices include several architectural features that can make them ideal for delivering the level of reliability required for Read More

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Using digital signatures for data integrity checking in Linux

The use of digital signatures is vital for ensuring the integrity of data as it moves through networks. This article walks through an example of Read More

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How to install a secure embedded Web server on a $3 WiFi device

Getting started with embedded development can be difficult and expensive, but in this article I will show you how to spin up FreeRTOS and the lwIP Read More

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IIoT edge development - Using OPC UA protocols

Similar to Modbus, the OPC UA (Open Platform Communications Unified Architecture) protocol offers flexible machine-to-machine communications. This Read More

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IIoT edge development - Using Modbus

For IoT devices with limited hardware resources, the Modbus protocol provides a simple but effective solution for serial communication. This article Read More

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IIoT edge development - Using WebSockets

The WebSocket protocol is widely used for fast transfer of read-time data. Here's how to implement WebSockets in an edge device based on a Raspberry Read More

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IIoT edge development - Implementing HTTP connectivity

Edge devices serve a growing role in mediating connections between peripheral sensors and cloud hosts. This article describes how developers can Read More

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Flash 101: Errors in NAND Flash

The errors in NAND Flash can be classified into two major categories: permanent (non-correctable) errors due to memory wear and temporary Read More

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IIoT edge development - Prototyping devices

Large-scale IIoT applications rely on layered architectures to bring data from a broad range of sensors to the cloud. This article describes the key Read More

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Flash 101: Types of NAND Flash

Continuing the Flash 101 series, this article examines the different types of NAND Flash based on their internal architecture or the way data is Read More

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Linux device driver development: The GPIO interface and device tree

The GPIO interface and device tree provide the final elements that developers need to understand to deal with GPIOs using either legacy and new Read More

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Linux device driver development: The descriptor-based GPIO interface

Beyond the LInux legacy integer-based GPIO interface, the descriptor-based interface API is the recommended way to handle GPIOs in Linux. Read More

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Requirements are a lifelong commitment

The vulnerability of connected devices drives the need for a lifelong commitment to building and maintaining the links between requirements and Read More

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Linux device driver development: The GPIO subsystem

Kernel GPIO subsystems provide every function you can imagine to set up and handle GPIO line from within your driver. This article describes the Read More

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Linux device driver development: The pin control subsystem

Efficient device drivers are critical for embedded Linux performance, and for embedded developers, the ability to work comfortably with the Linux Read More

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Master the unending software development lifecycle of connected systems—or it will master you

Until now, the development cycle concluded with product release, but for a connected system, a neverending stream of new vulnerabilities means that Read More

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Assembling High Current, Heavy Copper PCBs

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