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A guide to kickstarting your Raspberry Pi 4 project

A guide to kickstarting your Raspberry Pi 4 project
Since 2012, Raspberry Pi has dominated the market for mini PC developer boards. Many competitors have tried to emulate its success, sometimes offering better hardware, but none have managed to dent the popularity of the Raspberry Pi. More than 23 million Raspberry Pi boards have been sold worldwide, and not without reason. Here Sven Pannewitz, developer board product manager, reichelt elektronik, has the ultimate guide when it comes to strating at the beginning with a Raspberry Pi 4 project. 
30th July 2019

Commercial embedded Linux benefits: get to market faster

Commercial embedded Linux benefits: get to market faster
This is part one of a series on the benefits of utilising a commercially-supported embedded Linux solution. Part two outlines the long-term savings associated with commercial embedded Linux and part three reviews how you can simplify compliance management. Linux is the most popular choice for embedded solutions and is often considered the default environment for software developers.  Guest blog written by Pavan Singh, Wind River.
29th July 2019

Win a Microchip dsPIC33CH Curiosity Development Board

Win a Microchip dsPIC33CH Curiosity Development Board
Win a Microchip dsPIC33CH Curiosity Development Board (DM330028). The dsPIC33CH Curiosity Development Board is a cost effective development and demonstration platform for the dsPIC33CH128MP508 family of dual core high performance digital signal controllers. The dsPIC33CH has one core that is designed to function as a master while the other is designed as a slave.
26th July 2019


Win a Microchip SAM L21 Xplained Pro Evaluation Kit

Win a Microchip SAM L21 Xplained Pro Evaluation Kit
Win a Microchip SAM L21 Xplained Pro Evaluation Kit (ATSAML21-XPRO-B) from Microchip. The SAM L21 Xplained Pro evaluation kit is for evaluating and prototyping with the ultra low power SAM L21 ARM Cortex-M0+ based microcontrollers. Microchip SAM L family of microcontrollers are built with innovative picoPower Technology to deliver low power consumption down to 25µA/MHz in active mode, under 100nA in sleep mode and fast wake-up times of 1.2uS.
26th July 2019

Win a LAN7430 PCIe 3.1 Ethernet Bridge Evaluation Board

Win a LAN7430 PCIe 3.1 Ethernet Bridge Evaluation Board
We have teamed up with Microchip to give our readers a chance to win a LAN7430 PCIe 3.1 Ethernet Bridge Evaluation Board (EVB-LAN7430). Microchip's LAN7430 is a PCIe 3.1 (at 2.5GT/s) to Gigabit Ethernet bridge, providing an ultra high performance and cost effective PCIe to Ethernet connectivity solution for embedded and automotive applications.
26th July 2019

Compact debug probe accelerates development

Compact debug probe accelerates development
The STLINK-V3MINI probe, new from STMicroelectronics, combines the enhanced features of STLINK-V3SET with standalone simplicity for faster programming and ease of use, for an even more affordable price, at just $9.75. The compact, portable probe can be used anywhere to upload and debug applications on STM32 microcontrollers.
24th July 2019

When reset is the only option, what do you do if there is no button?

When reset is the only option, what do you do if there is no button?
It is widely believed that code can never be bug-free, and although embedded software developers will do everything they can to find and eliminate bugs, the best we can say is that the software has passed every test condition we could think of. Conversely, hardware is seen as being much more robust and, in general, can be relied on to work ‘properly’ all of the time. By: Paul Hill, Director, Product Marketing at Adesto Technologies.
23rd July 2019

Driving the voice-enabled TV market forward

Driving the voice-enabled TV market forward
XMOS has announced its VocalFusion dev kit for Amazon AVS, a far-field 2-mic solution optimised for smart TVs and set-top boxes. The new dev kit is based on the XMOS XVF3510 voice processor, which delivers big performance, enabling manufacturers to embed a voice interface into mass-market smart TVs and set-top boxes economically.
23rd July 2019

Simplifying integrated safety into high performing machines

Simplifying integrated safety into high performing machines
Machine designers are required to design safety into more industrial systems than ever. To help them design more easily and meet their other application requirements, Rockwell Automation has seven new safety modules across three I/O platforms. This offers designers both local and distributed safety I/O options and a wide range of performance and connectivity attributes to help improve compliance and machine performance.
23rd July 2019

Easier installation, operations and maintenance at the Edge

Easier installation, operations and maintenance at the Edge
The network edge may look like the land of opportunity for telcos seeking fertile ground to grow new revenue-generating services. For their network operations managers, however, ensuring the delivery of reliable services across disparate edge architectures and geographically dispersed sites of varying sizes could well look like a nightmare scenario. Indeed, operational complexity is one of the biggest challenges of edge cloud deployments. Guest blog written by Jeff Gowan, Wind River.
23rd July 2019


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