Echelon IzoT-enabled multiprotocol SoC targets IIoT
Echelon Corporation''s FT 6000 system on chip (SoC) is a single-chip solution for flexible wired IP connectivity for communities of devices in the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).
The derring-do of hardware design and debug
PCB hardware design/debug is like the swordplay in a classic swashbuckler movie where the hero fights multiple opponents. Two places to find stories about such PCB derring-do are Embedded.com and the 2014 DesignCon.
Micro Digital releases SMX v4.2
Micro Digital has added more functionality, simpler usage, smaller size, and better safety to Version 4.2 of SMX.
New XMC modules interface 10-Gig Ethernet to PCI Express
Acromag's new XMC-6260 and XMC-6280 mezzanine modules provide a 10-gigabit Ethernet (10GbE) interface solution for data-intensive, real-time embedded computing systems.
ST''s STM32 F0 MCUs target cost-sensitive apps
STMicroelectronics'' STM32 F0 microcontrollers support crystal-less USB design for next-generation smart devices and connectivity products.
Amplicon''s new WaveAce 2000 oscilloscope offers 1 Mpts/Ch memory
The new WaveAce 2000 series combines long memory, a color display, and extensive measurement capabilities, advanced triggering and excellent connectivity.
Discrete serial link aggregators support up to 10 Gbps
Texas Instruments has introduced two 10-Gbps serial link aggregator ICs. The TLK10081 1- to 8-channel and TLK10022 dual-channel ICs allow system designers to reduce the number of gigabit serial links required for communications and other apps.
Migrating your embedded PCB design from DDR2/3 to DDR4 SDRAMs
The challenges of integrating DDR4 dynamic memory into?PCBs are many, but what we've learned about routing with DDR2/DDR3 devices can serve as springboards to DDR4-based PCBs.
Managing device power with an operating system
This article reviews the aspects of an OS that can affect power consumption and offers guidelines to avoid pitfalls.
11 steps to successful hardware troubleshooting - Part 2Stories 1 - 10 of 150
In a follow-up to an earlier blog on how to do successful hardware debugging,?ByteSnap's Dunstan Power provides some real world examples of how these suggestions led to successful bug resolution.