How to accurately and safely amplify the low-level voltage generated by current sense resistors into a relatively large voltage that’s more easily measured.
Securing embedded systems using the Armv8-M architecture and TrustZone.
Use advances in Class D or digital amplifiers to make compact, low-power audio circuits for portable and battery powered applications.
Using a family of 32-bit MCUs to build invisible intelligence into wearables and IoT devices while optimizing for low power.
When sensing motion in battery powered wearables, developers can get the features and accuracy they need while meeting power consumption requirements.
Developers can use secure MCUs and authentication ICs to meet users' expectations for privacy and protection in smart products.
Developers can implement efficient KWS on MCUs using DS-CNNs from hardware optimized neural network library for resource-constrained designs.
Advanced MCUs and PMICs provide the foundation needed to meet user expectations for next generation smart products.
Use redrivers to expand high-speed USB applications by enabling the use of longer cables.
Current sense resistors are widely used to measure current flow to track system performance, but there are nuances to be aware of for successful implementation.
Developers can easily switch audio and video sources while minimizing noise and signal losses by using the right CMOS analog switches.
IMUs provide precise positioning information for embedded applications ranging from consumer to industrial, medical, and military.
Developers can add voice-activated features to resource-constrained designs using a low-power FPGA running a BNN, a highly efficient machine learning algorithm.
After choosing between the various wireless cellular interfaces for IoT devices, designers can get LTE-M based designs to market quickly with modules and kits.
Using RMS-to-DC converters to measure the power of complex waveforms.
Implement real-time clock/calendar (RTCC) functions in embedded systems with minimal design time, component count, and power consumption.
Zigbee Light Link eases development of wireless mesh connected, low-power smart lighting.
Using larger strings of cells to raise photovoltaic dc operating voltages can reduce I2R losses and save deployment costs.
Mechanical buttons and switches come in many forms to help designers meet various safety, security, ease of access, and power-up configuration requirements.
Photodiodes and phototransistors are key to many applications, but they require special electrical, optical, and mechanical considerations.