Do you want scalable, secured memory solutions which
allow you to utilize existing flash memory layout to harden system
level security without additional hardware? So you should attend this
webinar and you will learn more about how SpiStack combines the fast
random access and XIP capability of NOR with the density and cost
effectiveness of NAND in one small, low-pin-count SPI package.
The smart connectivity of buildings should be central to
transformation: but the reality is something else. While the ‘digital
building’ has been a multi-heralded concept for some time,
implementation is more problematic. This White Paper discusses the
challenges and advantages of the digital building and how a major
industry initiative is helping with the convergence of disparate
control systems to enable the concept.
At its annual GTC event, Nvidia announced system-level
enhancements to boost the performance of its GPUs in training neural
networks and a partnership with ARM to spread its technology into
I enjoy reading the articles of those eccentric
engineers emulating past microprocessors such as the 68000 or even a
Cray. My own favourite processor was the Motorola 6809 and I used it as
a workhorse in my early days as an engineer, using an old Dragon home
computer as a development tool. I was thinking of designing it into an
FPGA – just for fun – when a more pressing need took hold. This article
is about one such diversion.
Due to the high popularity of NFC in the consumer market, demand for
NFC applications in automotive has increased. In this webinar you will
learn about NFC and its use cases for automotive, NFC Forum's NFC
Controller Interface (NCI), NXP's NFC Controller NCx3340 and more...
Every electrical engineer, electronics hobbyist, maker,
and EE student has used a digital storage oscilloscope (DSO), but
today's DSOs have so many features that using them can be daunting.
Fortunately, there's hope. EDN's collection of oscilloscope articles by
Arthur Pini can help you navigate the ins and outs of using a DSO.