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Cypress Semiconductor EZ-BT Dual-Mod Evaluation Board

Cypress Semiconductor EZ-BT™ WICED® Module Evaluation Board (CYBT-343026-EVAL) is designed to allow designers to to evaluate and develop Bluetooth® 5.0 applications based on the EZ-BT WICED (Wireless Internet Connectivity for

Boards Learners Point

ARM Cortex-M0 assembly programming tips and tricks

The snippets in this document are no real secrets, your C-compiler probably use them already. But if you’re writing assembly-code, it’s good to have some snippets ready, when you need

Development Internet of Things News

NXP Releases World’s Smallest Integrated Single Chip System for the Internet of Things

Customers can now purchase the i.MX 6Dual and i.MX 6Quad single chip system module (SCM), ideal for space-constrained products which require big processing power and functionality. The SCM line of

Development

AMD R-Series APU with DDR4 support

AMD announced new Embedded R-Series SOC processors codenamed as “MERLIN FALCON” that establish performance leadership across a targeted range of embedded application market requirements for digital signage, retail signage, medical imaging,

Development Sensors

Tiny wireless sensor never needs a battery

The internet of things is a nice idea, but there’s one big catch: you have to power all those smart devices, which is no mean feat when some of them

Electronics interview Stories

IoT is old wine in new bottle

In this interview we take a look at a systems design house named Shalaka Technologies. They focus on embedded systems design, and specialise in the integration of MEMS, communication interfaces,

Internet of Things

Internet of Things will Revolutionize the Industrial Division

Extrapolations are that there will be 50 billion connected devices by 2020 and in our lifetime we will experience life with a trillion-node network. The Internet of Things (IoT) is

Development Products

The Ultimate Battery in the making

Although scientists are still working toward replacing lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries with lithium-air (Li-air), or lithium-oxygen, batteries, researchers at the University of Cambridge have developed a lab-based demonstrator of such a battery.