SAMSUNG’S TWO NEW USB PD CONTROLLERS SUPPORT UP TO 100W-CHARGING

SE8A is the first power delivery controller with embedded Secure Element for added protection against unauthorized chargers The new chips support up to 100W-charging and meets latest USB-PD 3.0 specifications. Samsung Electronics, a world leader in advanced semiconductor technology, today announced two USB Type-Cpower delivery (PD) controllers, SE8A and MM101. With the new PD controllers, power chargers are ...

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LABRECON: DRAG & DROP SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE IOT PLATFORM

LabRecon allows one to build rich graphical interfaces for “remote” IoT (Internet of Things) or “local” measurement and control applications.  A drag-and-drop panel builder and graphical “Wiring” programming environment allows one to easily build an interface and create the operating logic for any project.  This operating logic can be further expanded using the “code link” interface to text based languages ...

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TINY, OCTA-CORE ARM MODULE (QUALCOMM SDA660) TARGETS AI ON THE EDGE

Designed for use in 4K Cameras, Gaming, Digital Signage, and other Consumer and Industrial IoT Devices. Intrinsyc Technologies Corporation, a leading provider of solutions for the development and production of embedded and Internet of Things (IoT) products, today announced the availability of the Open-Q™ 660 µSOM (micro System on Module) and Development Kit. Intrinsyc’s Open-Q™ 660 µSOM is an ultra-compact ...

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SITIME PRESENTS A FAMILY OF MEMS OSCILLATORS FOR MOBILE APPLICATIONS

Low-Power Oscillators SiTime Corporation’s general purpose low-power oscillators offer a perfect combination of low power consumption, excellent stability, small size, and fast start-up. Parts are also available in an SOT23 package which offers excellent board-level solder-joint reliability and enables low-cost, optical-only board-level inspection. Now system designers have lower frequency options based on ...

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GSM based home devices control system

The project aims at a system allowing user to control home based appliances through Sms along with acknowledgements. Here user need not switch home appliances on and off manually. Our system allows user to operate these devices through sms, also the status weather the device is switched on or not is sent to user via a return sms. This can be used by domestic users and company users to operate as well as che ...

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SILICON LABS’ WIRELESS XPRESS MODULES HELP DEVELOP AND RUN IOT APPLICATIONS IN ONE DAY

Silicon Labs (NASDAQ: SLAB) offers a new Wireless Xpress solution to help developers get IoT applications connected and running in a day, with no software development necessary. Silicon Labs’ Wireless Xpress provides a configuration-based development experience with everything developers need including certified Bluetooth® 5 Low Energy (LE) and Wi-Fi® modules, integrated protocol stacks and easy-to-use tool ...

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Vehicle Tracking System Through GPS-GSM Modules

So you have got a GSM module lying around like me? Also a GPS-tracker? We think the same! In this instructables, I will try to guide you how to accomplish your goal from a newbie's perspective. As I had no previous electrical engineering knowledge (to be honest, the project doesn't need that much,but nah), and had no clue how to make a device which pumps data real-time to a webserver, I encountered numerous ...

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Run any Windows Software on your Android Mobile Devices

Windows applications are very common for our everyday work and life, so why should we leave them home (or office) on our Windows desktop PCs? What if we could use them on the go, right on our smartphones or tablets? Well, with the modern IT development level this is not the question anymore. ExaGear Windows Emulator app can solve this issue. This is a virtual machine that allows you to natively run any PC a ...

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Data-rich 3.5mm jack vies with USB-C for headsets

The 3.5mm phone jack is a well-established standard in the audio industry and continues to get strong support from users in the market. Originally invented in the 19th century for telephone switch boards, it made its way into mobile phones, tablets, and personal computers to connect audio and communication headsets for phone calls or simply for listening to music. While the phone jack has a rather long evol ...

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Comment: Can ARM dominate mobile GPUs too?

Samsung’s decision to use more ARM processor cores in its smartphones and tablets is not surprising. But these are not Cortex-A series processors they are Mali graphics processing units (GPUs). ARM rival Imagination has the GPU of choice for the mobile market. Apple, Samsung, Motorola, Nokia all use PowerVR graphic processors developed by Imagination. As a result Imagination is the leading supplier of GPU I ...

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