Exploring the software development tools and techniques commonly used by engineers developing high quality aerospace, military, and space (AMS) software.
In-circuit emulators (ICEs) are effective tools that provide MCU designers with the ability to debug code and exercise hardware.
The NXP LPC4350 is the first implementation of a 32-bit ARM Cortex-M0/M4 on a single chip.
This article provides an overview of evaluation and developments associated with 8-bit microcontrollers from Microchip, Texas Instruments, and NXP.
With the rapid rise of battery-powered consumer and embedded applications, developers now have a wide range of low-power microcontrollers from which to choose.
CAN is a flexible network that is easy to implement.
The Eclipse framework is becoming a popular basis for software development tools