Solid-state lighting drivers simplify design challenges and provide additional functionality.
An LTE Cat M1 modem provides a rapid development solution for low-cost, low-power, wide area IoT wireless applications.
A pair of IO-Link transceivers meets emerging needs for industrial I/O with features optimized for both sides of an IO-Link connection.
Learn about the high levels of accuracy needed in proximity sensing and how they are being met by suppliers including STMicro and Fairchild.
Using LPWAN networks for IoT designs allows for longer connection ranges and fewer base stations are required to support wireless nodes.
Learn how integrated motor drivers and controllers can accelerate the design process and lower costs.
The WDK1.0 wearable development kit from ON Semiconductor is a system-level, hardware/software kit helping developers to quickly create wearable products.
LED lighting control techniques expand as the market continues to grow including dimmable LEDs and networked lighting.
As the usage of autonomous vehicles and drones rise, designers must consider charging dock component and designs that are both functional and accurate.
New bipolar stepper motor ICs from ON Semiconductor and Allegro Microsystems provide smooth, precise movements of surveillance camera position systems.
As IGBT and MOSFET power drivers improve, designers are finding that the GaN and SiC power IC operating requirements will need a new architectural approach.
Examining the implementation of a long-range network for the Industrial IoT and the different protocols that can be used.
Transient voltage suppression devices and techniques can help protect energy-storage devise from transient voltage damages.
Power-efficient processors, image sensors, and memory devices, along with sophisticated software, help in developing computer vision-processing applications.
Learn what ground faults are, how you can quickly and easily detect a ground fault, and how you can protect yourself and your designs from ground faults.
Vehicle-to-grid (V2G) power acts as an energy store to be used as a primary source of energy for electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids.
Learn how accurate power-line monitoring has emerged as a critical requirement not only centrally within the power grid itself but also at its edges.
Use of a switching regulator and an LDO in a connected, wireless product while controlling linear regulator noise.
Anti-islanding protection is essential to ensure that grid-tied energy harvesting systems cut their connection to the grid when the grid itself loses power.
Part 2 of updates to the previously published “Five Senses of Sensors” articles includes advances in sensor technology regarding touch and vision.