Selecting the right process node impacts the power, performance, time-to-market and unit costs incurred for the final product. This interview takes a look at what questions design engineers should ask themselves, before selecting the right process node.
High-rate wireless charging means adopting special designs to overcome heat released due to the pressure that builds up. Stuart Lipoff, IEEE fellow, speaks to Sneha Ambastha from EFY regarding many such design challenges and the steps to overcome them
Low power consumption, good peripherals and real-time signal handling are highly important for many embedded applications today. Demand for intelligent products and applications, especially Internet of Things, has given a huge boost to the use of low-power-consuming microcontrollers in the smallest of products and the smallest of applications
Wearables, a nicer name for wearable computers, are not just technology strapped onto body parts. Wearables will play a significant part of the future of internet and computing, called Internet of Things (IoT), which aims to connect everyone and everything with each other, from cars to clothes, thermostats to televisions, watches to washing machines.
Branded as the most over-hyped technology by Garnerís hype cycle report, the Internet of Things (IoT) has seen a large number of technologies being built to harness the symbiotic relationship between data from the IoT and analytics of Big Data.
Presented here is a handheld device that can be used to measure magnetic field using a Hall effect-based sensor. The device can be used in the physics lab for conducting various experiments on magnetism.