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Even though its FPGA ships with a 32-bit RISC-V CPU, you can easily configure it to emulate a comprehensive library of retro CPUs

Mobile, Open-hardware, Risc-v System-on-chip (Soc) Development Kit

By looking at the Precursor you may wonder “Are we not through with these phones yet?”, but who said this was a regular phone? Its deceiving looks hide an open hardware development platform for mobile communication and computation in a secure environment. Intrigued? The Precursor is described by the developers as a device for everyday use that […]

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The tracker board, according to Mansouri, is made up of 12 components, all of which are surface mount and easy to solder with an 0805 package

Legally Track Smartphones Users With Esp8266

With a vast majority of the world population owning a smartphone, being able to track someone through their phone is not such a bad idea after all, especially if it is done within legal limits. This is the end result of a recent project developed by engineering student Amine Mehdi Mansouri, whose initial efforts on creating a quick project

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01005 Inch Size Multilayer Ceramic Capacitor With a Capacitance Value of 1.0μf

01005 Inch Size Multilayer Ceramic Capacitor With a Capacitance Value of 1.0μf

Murata Manufacturing has developed the world’s first multilayer ceramic capacitor with a capacitance value of 1.0μF in the 01005-inch size (0.4×0.2mm), which is increasingly used in a wide range of mobile electronic devices including smartphones. Mass production of the GRM022R60G105M with a rated voltage of 4Vdc has already started and mass production of GRM022R60J105M with a rated voltage

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Step 4 Controlling an RGB LED With an Android Smartphone Using Arduino and Bluetooth Module

Controlling an RGB LED With an Android Smartphone Using Arduino and Bluetooth Module

The very first project of my channel is about controlling an RGB LED using annoying push buttons…. I feel that the project was not a good one to learn about micro-controllers, because most of the micro-controllers uses are not fully utilised in that project…. So, This is definitely the time for an upgrade, and upgrade means letting

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Reference Design for Small Wearables for Social-distancing

Reference Design for Small Wearables for Social-distancing

STMicroelectronics, a global semiconductor leader serving customers across the spectrum of electronics applications, announces the availability of a compact and cost-effective reference design ideally suited for monitoring social distancing, assuring remote operation, provisioning, as well as warning, anti-tampering, and potentially providing contact tracing to protect human health in all environments, including in response to global or

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Iot Rapid Prototyping 10mn From Sensor to Dashboard

Iot Rapid Prototyping: 10mn From Sensor to Dashboard

Seluxit has released IoT rapid prototyping kits based on it’s single-board computer, SLXPorcupine. If you have a smartphone, an internet connection and Seluxit’s IoT rapid-prototyping solution, then 10 minutes is all you need to create IoT prototypes that feel at home even in industrial settings. By julien happich @ eenewseurope.com Claiming your device is as seamless

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Barometric Pressure Sensor for Smartphones, Wearable and Hearable Devices

Barometric Pressure Sensor for Smartphones, Wearable and Hearable Devices

Bosch Sensortec has announced a barometric pressure sensor that is able to deliver much higher levels of accuracy for altitude tracking in smartphones as well as wearable and hearable devices. The sensor, the BMP390, can measure height changes below 10cms thanks to the improved resolution and is 50 percent more accurate than its predecessor. Accurate altitude detection helps to

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Mt. Mystery, Achieving the Pin Electronics Trifecta

Mt. Mystery, Achieving the Pin Electronics Trifecta

As technology evolves, and demand increases for next generation chips in artificial intelligence, deep learning, machine learning, automotive, IoT, healthcare and other areas, technology to provide faster, higher density and lower power ATE (Automatic Test Equipment) semiconductors is required. At ElevATE, the goal is to provide our customers with pin electronic (PE) solutions innovating with respect

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