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Asahi Kasei Microdevices' A-D converter comes with integrated Acoustic Activity Analyzer (AAA) and audio buffer that is optimal for use in portable devices It has the ability to analyse sounds even during off-state, thus consuming low power...
Silicon Labs release of the BGM220S has increased the range of Bluetooth Low Energy solutions Their small-size, low-cost, long battery life and security features enhance their appeal for the growing number of IoT devices Silicon Labs has announced that...
Besides supporting Bluetooth, Nordic Semiconductor's dual-core SoC also supports protocols such as ZigBee, Thread and NFC The SoC also delivers key storage and security features These days the size, power, cost and convenience matter a lot while selecting a...
Silicon Labs' IoT device security software technology aims to curb the rise in threats that wireless SoCs are prone to Security features include secure boot, secure debug and secure identity detection Silicon Labs has announced that its software technology,...
The PMIC Series by Empower Semiconductor requiring no external components allows effective power supply The device is beneficial for power design engineers looking stable voltage and current regulation without added expenses Empower Semiconductor, a provider of Integrated Voltage Regulators...
Includes low-voltage DC-DC converters and regulators to manage the power rails in system design Has wide input voltage range for supporting several batteries Silicon Labs announces a new line of energy-friendly power management ICs (PMICs) for EFR32 wireless devices...
Recent entry of the network-on-chip (NoC) is likely to make system-on-chip (SoC) outdated soon. The new advanced NoC micropocessors can provide better AI integration with low power consumption. Several companies have already started offering NoCs. Microprocessor technology needs to be...
New Processor Series Moves Computing Power Nearer to Sensor, Alleviating Need to Push All Processing to Data Center The Internet of Things (IoT) is linking billions of smart and connected devices to each other, creating a wave of change...
Convergence of functions require more compute power from processors and SoCs. For many decades Moore's law helpfully delivered the performance gains necessary without the need for significant design changes. However, that source of steady performance gains is slowing down. Moore's...
Continued from Customised Solution for Measurements: Building a Personal Multimeter (Part-1) Once we are done measuring the voltage and current, let's take a look at the other measurable parameters that can be handled by a DMM. Resistance Measurement: There are several...