It is worth noting that Brexit will impact automotive manufacturing in Europe significantly. Cars are hot news right now; with announcements by Mercedes and Porsche about their entry into Formula E, and BP stating they will start deploying a chain of charging stations, it is worth noting that Brexit will impact automotive manufacturing in Europe significantly.
The channel counts for mainstream MSOs – the go-to debug tool for embedded systems designers – became essentially locked in at 2 or 4 analog channels and 16 digital channels. Despite this channel count’s long run and broad market acceptance, is it still right for today’s embedded systems?
As urban populations rise, smarter cities are needed, and light poles have a central role to play. Streetlights have electric power, and provide a sturdy mounting platform with height that benefits wireless connectivity. Creation of an IoT edge node infrastructure simply requires installing devices.
Everspin announced it is sampling a Gbit MRAM chip and will be in production this year with 1-2 Gbyte cards based on its 256 Mbit chip. The news at the Flash Memory Summit here marks a small but significant advance for a growing collection of persistent memories at an event focused on the still rising market for mainstream NAND.
Modern power supplies are edging upward in operational frequency. The benefits include a reduction in size and weight, plus an increase in energy density. For these designs, engineers are migrating to high-frequency power switch and rectifier technologies.