Meet Qomu – a Complete Soc That Easily Fits Inside a Usb Port

Meet Qomu – a Complete Soc That Easily Fits Inside a Usb Port

Tomu family of USB devices has recently introduced a small form factor board that is not only a single MCU or an FPGA, but a complete System-on-chip that fits easily inside a USB port. The tiny compact board called Qomu, is a capable USB device that integrates an EOS S3 low-power MCU and an eFPGA with 100% open source tools. […]

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Viavi Releases World’s First 16-lane Protocol Analysis System for Pcie 5.0

Viavi Releases World’s First 16-lane Protocol Analysis System for Pcie 5.0

Viavi Solutions Inc. (VIAVI) (NASDAQ: VIAV) today introduced the first 16-lane protocol analysis system for PCI Express® 5.0, operating at 32Gbps per lane. The VIAVI Xgig 5P16 Protocol Analyzer delivers detailed traffic analysis and jamming capabilities, enabling test and validation to meet the most demanding performance needs of emerging compute-intensive applications such as 400 Gigabit Ethernet, artificial intelligence (AI), IoT

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Stwin Sensortile Wireless Industrial Node Development Kit and Reference Design for Industrial Iot Applications

Stwin Sensortile Wireless Industrial Node Development Kit and Reference Design for Industrial Iot Applications

What is not to love about aggregating boards? They ease the development process, giving you a necessary time boost because you have a board with some of the components you may need right there, ready to be used in your new application! This is why you need to take a look at the STWIN SensorTile. But

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RD6006 DIGITAL CONTROL SWITCH ADJUSTABLE POWER SUPPLY STARTS FROM JUST $57

The good life, they say, sometimes does not cost a fortune, with the new RD6006 from Ruideng, you can precisely program the amount of power needed for your project via USB / WiFi communication or via the embedded control panel. The RD6006 digital control Switching Adjustable power supply is a programmable, DIY Flavoured, bench PSU

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Texas Instruments Ucc27288 Half-bridge Driver

Texas Instruments Ucc27288 Half-bridge Driver

Texas Instruments UCC27288 Half-Bridge Driver is a robust N-channel MOSFET driver with a maximum switch node (HS) voltage rating of 100V. It allows for two N-channel MOSFETs to be controlled in half-bridge or synchronous buck configuration based topologies. . Its 3.5A peak sink current and 2.5A peak source current, along with low pull-up and pull-down resistance, allows the

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2gb, 4gb, and 8gb Lpddr4 Sdrams With Low Power Usage

Alliance Memory 2Gb, 4Gb, and 8Gb LPDDR4 SDRAMs Offer Low Power Consumption to Increase Battery Life in Mobile Electronics; Devices Combine Low-Voltage Operation of 1.1V With Fast Clock Speeds of 1.6GHz for increased Efficiency and Performance The 2Gb AS4C128M16MD4-062BAN, 4Gb AS4C256M16MD4-062BAN and AS4C128M32MD4-062BAN, and 8Gb AS4C256M32MD4-062BAN provide lower power consumption and faster speeds than the previous-generation LPDDR3 SDRAMs. The devices are available in

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Lm5161 Based Dc-dc Bias Power Supply for Solar Projects

Lm5161 Based Dc-dc Bias Power Supply for Solar Projects

There’s great news for you if you are one of those looking for a DC-DC bias supply with small outputs that you can use for your projects. Brian Cornell, an electronic enthusiast with an interest in power management, has built a DC-DC bias power supply using Texas Instruments’ LM5xxx series IC. I often need a DC-DC

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New Flexible Rechargeable Silver Oxide-zinc Battery 10 Times Stronger Than Lithium Batteries

New Flexible Rechargeable Silver Oxide-zinc Battery 10 Times Stronger Than Lithium Batteries

A team of researchers made up from the University of California San Diego and California-based company ZPower have developed a flexible, rechargeable silver oxide-zinc battery with a 5 to 10 times greater energy density than standard batteries. A good characteristic of the battery is that it is easier to manufacture because most flexible batteries need to be manufactured in sterile conditions, under vacuum,

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Stm32wb Feather Development Board With Stm32wb55 Bluetooth 5.0 Soc Sells for $45

Stm32wb Feather Development Board With Stm32wb55 Bluetooth 5.0 Soc Sells for $45

Reclaimer Labs has launched an STM32WB Feather development board that is based on STMicro’s first wireless STM32 MCU which was announced sometime around last year. The STM32WB Feather board like other development boards in the STM32 family of wireless MCUs is built around the STM32WB55CG SoC which includes an 64MHz Arm Cortex‐M4 running as the main processor along with a 32MHz Cortex‐M0+

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Axiomtek’s Nvidia® Jetson Xavier™ Nx Edge Ai System to Simplify Large-scale Aiot Deployments – Aie100-903-fl-nx

Axiomtek’s Nvidia® Jetson Xavier™ Nx Edge Ai System to Simplify Large-scale Aiot Deployments – Aie100-903-fl-nx

Axiomtek – a world-renowned leader relentlessly devoted in the research, development and manufacture of series of innovative and reliable industrial computer products of high efficiency – is pleased to announce the AIE100-903-FL-NX, its ultra-compact and state-of-the-art edge AI system. The high-performance AIE100-903-FL-NX is powered by the NVIDIA® Jetson Xavier™ NX module which has a powerful 6-core NVIDIA® Carmel ARM® v8.2 64-bit

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