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Storing Morse code in C -- A comparison of techniques
Storing Morse code dot-dash symbols as strings is understandable and maintainable, but storing as packed bytes consumes less memory and executes faster.
Making sense out of 8-bit and 32-bit MCU options for your next IoT application
8- and 32-bit MCUs are complementary technologies, excelling at some tasks. The trick is figuring out when a particular application lends itself to a particular MCU architecture.
Review: Real-Time Embedded Systems
The new book Real-Time Embedded Systems is dry, pretty mathy, but very complete with some important topics one rarely sees covered.
High-level synthesis comes of age with SDSoC
Bringing SoC and MPSoC to embedded system designers in a familiar environment.
Tool enhances FRAM MCU state recovery after power loss
TI's Compute Through Power Loss (CPTL) library incorporates a context save-and-restore algorithm that brings a FRAM-based 16-bit MSP430 MCU back to its original operating state before a power interruption.
Understanding memory fault models
A different set of fault models and testing techniques is required for memory blocks vs. logic.
Tackling wireless sensor development
MCU vendors such as TI, Freescale, and Silicon Labs are looking for easiest and quickest ways to aid inexperienced sensor tag and IoT developers with their designs.
LRDA tool set augments unit testing
More and more systems are becoming safety- and security-critical. The enhanced LDRA tool helps speed compliance testing.
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