Isolation Navigation Frustration Cessation Education--Part 3--Partial Discharge
Here's the last installment of Isolation Navigation Frustration Cessation Education. The topic is partial discharge. This is not the newest type of punishment from a court-martial, but is a phenomenon that is much like a scourge of bakers, both rookie and experienced, that can ruin a perfectly good ...
Reduce electrical noise in projected capacitive touch panel designs
As projected capacitive touch panels become the default choice for embedded user interfaces, the designers of embedded systems must become aware of the benefits of PCAP as well as the challenges.
Connect MCU to car''s OBD-II
Take a close look at OBD-II interface basics, and get a micro talking CAN.
Ada Lovelace is born, December 10, 1815
On this day in tech history, Ada Lovelace, arguably the first computer programmer, was born.
New dashboard designs reflect the driver''s style
Dashboard designs of new model cars have advanced beyond making space for the navigation system screen.
The Top Sensor Design Center Articles for 2013
You've spoken. Based on page views, here are the top 13 favorites of 2013. Thanks to all who contributed, whether or not your article/design idea made it to the top of the list.
Delivery by drone-Images of turkey drop
It's shades of 1978 all over again. For those of you that weren't born yet (sigh), there was a program called WKRP in Cincinnati. One of the best segments was when the radio station, as a Thanksgiving promotion, decided to give turkeys away.
20nm FPGA family boosts performance, cuts power
The Xilinx 20nm All Programmable UltraScale portfolio leverages superior gate density of TSMC''s 20SoC process to extend Xilinx''s Kintex and Virtex FPGA and 3D IC families.
Bluetooth low energy toolbox eases development on Android
Nordic Semiconductor has released an end-to-end solution from actual radio hardware to app source code for iOS or Android 4.3 and newer.