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Sunday 24th of July 2016
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Embedding custom real-time processing in a multi-gigasample high-speed digitizer
Few digitizer manufacturers open the FPGAs of their digitizers by offering a special tool to facilitate custom firmware development.
Tidy your wiring
We are electronic design engineers. We don't need to know how to wire our installations tidily. Or do we?
Want to win a rugged hand-held oscilloscope?
The folks at Rohde & Schwarz are having a competition, the first prize being one of their drool-worthy new Scope Rider oscilloscopes.
Bluetooth, babies, and bathwater
The role of mesh topologies in Bluetooth's IoT future and the challenge to preserve what works.
Software in cars
A car has become a mobile box full of embedded systems, and a working knowledge of the standards and approaches to automotive software development is, therefore, useful.
An odd power management chip
A "Nano-power System Timer" looks great but misses the mark.
Kit simplifies wireless charger design
EPC's 9121 wireless power-charging demonstration system simplifies the evaluation process of using eGaN FETs and ICs for multimode charging.
ARM looks to future with its acquisition by Softbank
ARM Holdings plc has agreed to be bought by Softbank of Japan for GB pound 24.3 billion (about $32.25 billion) in an all-cash deal.
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