TELEDYNE LECROY INTRODUCES WAVERUNNER 9000 OSCILLOSCOPES WITH 15.4” DISPLAY

Teledyne LeCroy today introduced its WaveRunner 9000 Series mixed-signal oscilloscopes with a large, 15.4” display, bandwidths from 500 MHz to 4 GHz, and sample rates up to 40 GS/s. The WaveRunner 9000 Series offers the industry’s deepest toolbox and the most complete collection of serial data debug and validation solutions, making it ideal for embedded system, automotive, and EMC/EMI test applications. The ...

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A data-acquisition system on a chip

Multifunction data-acquisition systems have been around for a long time as stand-alone instruments, plug-in cards, cabled computer peripherals, and embedded in systems. Such systems are often designed with separate ADCs, DACs, and digital I/O devices. Many microcontrollers include ADCs and DACs, but that locks you into using that device. The AD5592R from Analog Devices combines all of these I/O functions, l ...

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World’s first fully digital radio transmitter built purely from microprocessor technology

For the first time in history, a prototype radio has been created that is claimed to be completely digital, generating high-frequency radio waves purely through the use of integrated circuits and a set of patented algorithms without using conventional analog radio circuits in any way whatsoever. This breakthrough technology promises to vastly improve the wireless communications capabilities of everything fr ...

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STMICROELECTRONICS LAUNCHES STM32MP1 IOT MICROPROCESSOR SERIES

STMicroelectronics, a global semiconductor leader serving customers across the spectrum of electronics applications, is applying its Arm® Cortex® expertise to expand the capabilities of its industry-leading STM32 MCUportfolio to applications requiring even more performance, resources and large open-source software. The introduction of the STM32MP1 multicore microprocessor series with compute and graphics su ...

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CONTACTLESS AUTOMATIC WARDROBE LED LIGHT WITH FADE EFFECT

Contact-less controlled automatic wardrobe light turns on the LED when you open the wardrobe door. Τhe project is based on Hall effect IC including LED driver and tiny magnet. Board doesn’t require any mechanical switch. When magnet is close to the board, LED is off, when you open the wardrobe door magnet goes far from hall IC and its turn on the LED, the IC also has special features like soft start and sof ...

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INSTRUMENTATION AMPLIFIER FOR PRESSURE SENSOR

General purpose differential amplifier project has been designed for various pressure sensor amplifier applications. Circuit provided with multiple resistors, capacitors, dual sensor options and 4 pin Header connector to interface other external sensors.  Schematic is an example from NXP application AN1318 Figure 2. The most popular silicon pressure sensors are piezo-resistive bridges that produce a differe ...

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ESP32- Now With Long Range Wi-Fi

Nowadays, Wi-Fi is a word we hear often, and it is a technology that we use all the time. There are around 279 million Wi-Fi hotspots in the world, and in 2021 that number is expected to increase to 542 million hotspots. The wireless nature of this technology allows users to access a network from any convenient location. Wi-Fi chipsets are pieces of hardware designed for wireless communication and they are ...

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We are happy to share our FREE and OPEN-SOURCE microprocessor system PULPino!

What you will get is a competitive, state-of-the-art 32-bit processor based on the RISC-V architecture, with a rich set of peripherals, and full debug support. At ETH Zurich and Università di Bologna we have put many of the ideas that we have developed through our research on ultra-low-power parallel processing (PULP project) into PULPino. It is the little hip brother to its more serious bigger brothers. St ...

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Microprocessors Garland

1. Presentation For some time now, I think the commercially available garlands, are too boring, too repetitive with their two or three alternations of colored bulbs. I wanted to create a truly personalized one without ruin me either. Two ideas immediately came: - a microprocessor to control all the lights, but at the cost of a relatively large strand wire, even though the use of crossing wire and diodes, ca ...

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