Using the Raspberry Pi 3 and add-on boards, developers can rapidly create industrial automation systems able to meet small shop requirements.
Energy harvesting PMICs allow remote wireless sensor node implementation.
Universal active filters offer design flexibility for rapid development of custom filters for ADC front ends as well as for DAC output filtering.
Low dropout regulators (LDOs) are useful, go-to DC/DC supply solutions for designers who understand the efficiency trade offs.
There are many different kinds of connectors, all serve the same purpose but in different ways. This article discusses connectors and their typical applications.
The measurement of blood oxygen (SpO2) using an optical sensor has challenges that can be overcome through an understanding of the problems and the application of the right solution.
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.
A Maxim Integrated biosensor module and open software lets you implement a heart rate monitor with minimal additional hardware and programming.
Maxim’s MAXREFDE82# Smart Force sensor reference design captures analog signals in weigh scale and touch applications with high precision.
This designer's guide helps you discover how you can safely and rapidly charge lithium (LI-ion) batteries to 20%-70% capacity in about 20-30 minutes.
Estimating battery charge is critical for mobile devices, but this complex function requires attention to environmental, chemical, and electrical parameters.
Smart sensors and kits from ADI and Adafruit help connect industrial machinery to the IIoT, allowing these machines to report highly intelligent data.
Discover what advantages PoE-based LED lighting infrastructure has over other wiring systems and how it implement PoE SSL solutions in your design.
Power over Ethernet (PoE) is a convenient, cost and energy efficient method that enables network power management while providing an easy to maintain power source.
Designers face the challenge of implementing energy harvesting technology into wearable devices as the demand for more power increases.
Localized sensor solutions help reduce drone collisions by gauging and detecting foreign objects in close proximity to the drone's path.
LED drivers from TI, Maxim and Linear Technology decrease flickering in LED designs, which can help reduce health issues caused by flicker sensitivity.
Power management designs by Linear Tech and Maxim are explored as well as other best practice hints and tips for power management in energy harvesting systems.
Phase-locked loops are used for clock retiming and recovery, frequency synthesizers, and tunable oscillators resulting in the PLL being found in many RF devices.
Balancing harvested power and ongoing demands of energy-harvesting applications by leveraging design techniques and components from ADI, Linear Tech, and more.