Embedded developers can quickly connect their embedded systems securely to Amazon Web Services (AWS) using Amazon FreeRTOS.
Wi-Fi’s high throughput makes it useful for IoT connectivity, but it is also complex, so developers are turning to modules to shorten their design cycle.
To get higher voltages from low voltage inputs, designers need to understand and implement a boost regulator following important guidelines and trade-offs.
IoT developers can build in Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, LTE, LoRaWAN, and Sigfox wireless connectivity using a tiny board and a powerful programming approach.
The selection and application of a low-power MCU for the IoT requires careful consideration of architectures and the wise use of power monitoring tools.
To test applications and systems, developers need to apply the latest test techniques and create an effective test harness that can detect system errors.
Application-specific power-management ICs (PMICs) save designers’ time by targeting target well-defined niches and simplifying the design task.
Pairing a single board computer with a cellular modem eliminates smartphone or router gateways and dramatically extends the wireless range of maker projects.
Deciding between analog or digital signal filtering for wearables requires an understanding of some pros and cons of each approach.
Powering IoT sensors requires designers to optimize hardware and software, while also looking for ways to apply energy harvesting techniques.
Learn about the high levels of accuracy needed in proximity sensing and how they are being met by suppliers including STMicro and Fairchild.
A look at various connectivity options for wireless fitness and medical monitoring systems including Wi-Fi, ZigBee, sub-GHz, and Bluetooth.
A guide to using PIN diodes in RF switching designs including when and how to use PIN Diodes as well as the benefits of their use.
Connecting sensors to the cloud can be simplified with kits like STMicroelectronics’ STM32-based Nucleo boards and the available FP-CLD-BLUEMIX1 software package.
LED lighting control techniques expand as the market continues to grow including dimmable LEDs and networked lighting.
Cobots help reduce operating costs while ensuring quality in industrial applications where environments may be too harsh for humans to safely work.
Power device boards with integrated drivers allow designers to easily manage basic interface and safety functions in a variety of motor types and power levels.
Exploring reference designs that can simplify the implementation of your next energy measurement and management design and accelerate your time to market.
The automotive stop/start feature reduces emissions and saves gas but requires a different approach to power drivers. Smart high-side drivers may be the answer.
Energy harvesting is used in the Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) as concerns for low cost and highly reliable power sources in the Industrial IoT continue to grow.