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  • Designing a Home Cleaning Robot (Part 2)

    Designing a Home Cleaning Robot (Part 2)

    Part 2: Mechanical Design Continuing with this four-part article series about building a home cleaning robot, Nishant and Jesudasan discuss the mechanical aspects of the design. By Nishant Mittal...

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  • Mouser Inks Distribution Deal with Onion

    Mouser Inks Distribution Deal with Onion

    Mouser Electronics has signed a global distribution agreement with Onion, a global provider of integrated wireless microprocessor modules and IoT development kits. Through the agreement, Mouser...

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  • Tuesday’s Newsletter: IoT Tech Focus

    Tuesday’s Newsletter: IoT Tech Focus

    Coming to your inbox tomorrow: Circuit Cellar’s IoT Technology Focus newsletter. Tomorrow’s newsletter covers what’s happening with Internet-of-Things (IoT) technology–-from devices to gateway...

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  • Protect IoT Designs with PUF Circuitry

    Protect IoT Designs with PUF Circuitry

     As IoT designs proliferate, security is lagging. Hardware-based security using physically unclonable function (PUF) circuitry strongly protects connected products against invasive attacks. A...

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  • Skylake-Based SBC Runs on 15 Watts

    Skylake-Based SBC Runs on 15 Watts

    VersaLogic has released the Condor—a high-performance embedded computer that measures only 95 mm x 95 mm x 37 mm and is built around Intel’s 6th generation “Skylake” Core processor. The Condor...

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  • Voltage Regulator Has Low Quiescent Current

    Voltage Regulator Has Low Quiescent Current

    Diodes Incorporated has introduced the AP7381. Operating from a wide input voltage spanning 3.3 V to 40 V, this positive voltage regulator offers ultra-low quiescent current and high accuracy,...

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  • Technology and Test Solutions for 5G

    Technology and Test Solutions for 5G

    Next-Gen Communications As carriers worldwide prepare for 5G communications, chip suppliers and test equipment vendors are evolving their products to meet the challenges of the 5G era. By Jeff...

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  • DesignCon Registration is open! Get your free pass today!

    DesignCon Registration is open! Get your free pass today!

    Get your FREE pass, and join 5,000 industry pros in Silicon Valley. The Nation’s Largest Event for Chip, Board & Systems Design Engineers Returns! DesignCon is back January 30–February 1. Register...

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  • Qseven Card Sports Renesas RZ/G1M

    Qseven Card Sports Renesas RZ/G1M

    iWave has announced a System-On-Module (SOM) based on Renesas RZ/G1M embedded processr. RZ/G1M SOM is Qseven R2.0 compatible industrial grade CPU module. Called the iW-RainboW-G20M, this SOM...

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  • Tuesday’s Newsletter: Microcontroller Watch

    Tuesday’s Newsletter: Microcontroller Watch

    Coming to your inbox tomorrow: Circuit Cellar’s Microcontroller Watch newsletter. Tomorrow’s newsletter keeps you up-to-date on latest microcontroller news. In this section, we examine the...

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  • 3.5″ Board Designed Rugged Environments

    3.5″ Board Designed Rugged Environments

    AAEON has launched the GENE-SKU6 W1, a 3.5-inch subcompact board with the specifications needed to handle harsh, unstable conditions. When hardware is used for outdoor, factory automation, or...

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  • Op Amp Features Ultra-High Precision

    Op Amp Features Ultra-High Precision

    Texas Instruments (TI) has introduced an op amp that combines ultra-high precision with low supply current. The LPV821 zero-drift, nanopower op amp enables engineers to attain the highest DC...

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  • LF Resonator Filter

    LF Resonator Filter

    Frequency Measurements In Ed’s November article he described how an Arduino-based tester automatically measures a resonator’s frequency response to produce data defining its electrical parameters....

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  • Wearables Drive Demand for Extreme Low Power Solutions

    Wearables Drive Demand for Extreme Low Power Solutions

    Wearable devices put extreme demands on the embedded electronics that make them work. Devices spanning across the consumer, fitness and medical markets all need a mix of low-power, low-cost and...

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  • Dotdot Spec to Run on Thread’s IP Network

    Dotdot Spec to Run on Thread’s IP Network

    The Zigbee Alliance and Thread Group have announced the availability of the Dotdot specification over Thread’s IP network. This enables developers to confidently use an established, open and...

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  • Fanless SBC Targets Industrial IoT

    Fanless SBC Targets Industrial IoT

    Technologic Systems is now shipping its newest single board computer, the TS-7553-V2. The board is developed around the NXP i.MX6 UltraLite, a high performance  processor family featuring an...

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  • Automotive-Grade IoT Gateways

    Automotive-Grade IoT Gateways

    Eurotech has expanded its range of Multi-service IoT Gateways with the launch of the DynaGATE 10-12 and the announcement of the DynaGATE 10-06. Both systems are carrier pre-certified, with an...

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  • Partner Program to Focus on Security

    Partner Program to Focus on Security

    Microchip Technology has also established a Security Design Partner Program for connecting developers with third-party partners that can enhance and expedite secure designs. Along with the...

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  • Power Alternatives for Commercial Drones

    Power Alternatives for Commercial Drones

    Solution Options Expand The amount of power a commercial drone can draw on has a direct impact on how long it can stay flying as well as on what tasks it can perform. But each kind of power source...

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  • The Quest for Extreme Low Power

    The Quest for Extreme Low Power

    –Jeff Child, Editor-in-Chief Over the next couple years, power will clearly rank as a major design challenge for the myriad of edge devices deployed in Internet of Things (IoT) implementations....

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