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The Impact of 5G on Autonomous Vehicles What are the ways 5G is set to enhance High Definition (HD) mapping and more?One of the key aspects of 5G is the uplink data rate, which is data moving from the vehicle to... read more

Retail, IoT, and Smart Lighting Combined? But enterprises also have to see the light when it comes to IoT securityPart of the retail scene is lighting, from ambient lighting to accent lighting. LED lighting has ... read more

Arm Cortex-M4 Powers Precise Autonomous System Using an open-source software stack and low-cost hardware to quickly build a reliable, inexpensive, and precise autonomous system.The Case for More Accurate and Rob... read more



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  • Arm expands design possibilities with free Cortex-M processors for Xilinx FPGAs

    10/19/18  News Highlights: Arm collaboration with Xilinx brings together the benefits of the industry’s most robust and mature embedded ecosystem with the flexibility of Xilinx FPGAs Enhanced Arm DesignStart program will help embedded developers...

  • The Impact of 5G on Autonomous Vehicles

    10/09/18  What are the ways 5G is set to enhance High Definition (HD) mapping and more? One of the key aspects of 5G is the uplink data rate, which is data moving from the vehicle to the cloud. Compared to 4G, 5G significantly increases the sustainable...

  • “…getting serious about making things reachable…”: Q&A with Timothy Winters, University of New Hampshire Interoperability Laboratory

    10/02/18  What’s new as the number of nodes in the data center continues to grow Editor’s Note: “What we are seeing now, because we have run out of IPv4 addresses, is that service providers deploying networks want IPv6-only networks,” Timothy...

  • Retail, IoT, and Smart Lighting Combined?

    09/27/18  But enterprises also have to see the light when it comes to IoT security Part of the retail scene is lighting, from ambient lighting to accent lighting. LED lighting has boosted energy savings, reduced heat buildup in freezer cases, and lasts...

  • Arm Cortex-M4 Powers Precise Autonomous System

    09/27/18  Using an open-source software stack and low-cost hardware to quickly build a reliable, inexpensive, and precise autonomous system. The Case for More Accurate and Robust Navigation Suppose you are designing an inspection drone for an offshore...

  • IoT Security Starts with Threat Modeling and Security Analysis

    09/27/18  Fighting back as more processing muscle becomes available to hackers along with the rest of us Markets that employ the Internet of Things (IoT) will increase to $520 billion in 2021, which is more than twice the $235 billion expended on IoT...

  • From Cable-TV Scrambling to Security: Simple Obfuscation Isn’t Enough

    09/05/18  A Dutch company that’s been securing electronic content delivery for decades wants to bring its experience to IoT. Are pay-TV hackers all that different from hackers of IoT? Mark Hearn is the Head of IoT Security...

  • Tackling Sophisticated Cyberattacks Head On

    08/21/18  How open hardware architecture and platform scalability are bringing 100G+ detection and prevention into the IoT era. Meeting New Challenges for Detection and Prevention As network protection increasingly demands more sophisticated and diversified...

  • Heads Up on USB 3.2 and USB Type-C

    08/07/18  Before you put USB 3.2 through its paces, here’s what you need to know. Introduction This article describes applications that benefit from USB 3.2’s increased bandwidth, explains the latest USB 3.2 nomenclature and specification, discusses...

  • USB Complete or USB Confusing?

    08/07/18  Is USB too universal? So far we don’t have fewer cables, just USB cables. And USB Type-C promises much. One of the first technical books that I read cover-to-cover was not The Art of Electronics (although a good reference). It was USB Complete...

  • Optimizing Device Performance in Sensor Node Applications

    08/06/18  How combining intelligent analog and core independent peripherals supports a broad range of innovative designs. There seems to be no end to the variety of applications where an 8-bit microcontroller (MCU) can show up. Whether it is used as...

  • Design Challenges Posed by USB 3.2

    08/03/18  Double data rates and no expenditure required to replace USB Type-C cables should mean that USB 3.2 is a dream come true. It mostly is, but the fast, convenient USB upgrade does present some design challenges. The latest USB specification,...


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