Energy harvesting PMICs allow remote wireless sensor node implementation.
Using the Cypress CY8CKIT prototyping kit and reference design accelerates the design and implementation of reliable capacitive touch-sensing interfaces.
Different vehicle to vehicle and vehicle to infrastructure link technologies for in autonomous vehicles around the world include 5.9GHz DSRC and LTE.
Energy harvesting in wireless modules can eliminate battery use which decreases component size and increases the availability of wireless sensor modules.
A robot car is controlled using Bluetooth Low Energy, a connection to a PSoC4 integrated wireless MCU, and an iOS app (developed using Swift).
Bluetooth 4.2 SoCs, front-end modules, and enabling software tools from Silicon Lab, Skyeworks Solutions, and Cypress help empower low-power wireless designers.
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.
PSoC 4 BLE from Cypress allows designers to save on design costs, maintain low system power, and decreases in design time and more.
Wireless sensor nodes and beacons will bring the IoT to users. Ideally, they will be self-powered and able to be deployed anywhere, with minimal maintenance.
The smart grid needs smart, sophisticated, low-cost electronics for greater efficiency and localized, small-scale intermittent energy sourcing and storage.
Highly-integrated MCUs from suppliers including ADI, TI, and Freescale, offer designers the ability to create effective PLL grid-synchronization algorithms.
Learn how the use of PLC ICs and MCUs offer cost-effective and reliable solutions for enabling smart-grid communications in rural areas.
In part 3 of the disposable radios series, single-chip radio transceivers that embed a microcontroller alongside the radio for higher performance are examined.
Cypress offers F-RAM, a high-performance and reliability but low-cost automotive infotainment replacement for EEPROMs.
An overview of several automotive electronic subsystems and an explanation as to why Cypress’s F-RAM™ is the preferred solution for them.
Cypress nvSRAM enables authorized access through password entry and can take action to protect or destroy sensitive data on detection of a tamper attempt.
Adopting of Bluetooth Smart Ready in portable devices has led to BLE as a popular choice for wearable products which need controllers such as Cypress’s PSoC®4.
FPGA SoC offerings from manufacturers including Cypress, Altera, and Xilinx for the integration of FPGA and processor core technology.
Engineers are using available FRAM-based memory and MCU devices when designing long lasting, ultra low-power and low energy-harvesting applications.
Review of USB basics along with the key features and differentiated functions available in the MCU families.