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2016-09-29 Karen
Yep you guessed it, I got to experience a true Midwest thunderstorm. Born and raised in Southern California, I haven’t experienced many storms in my life. It was fascinating.  The roar in the sky, the shake of the earth, and the calm of the locals. But I wasn’t in the Midwest for the weather.
2016-09-22 Rena
I am using a Beagle I2C/SPI Protocol Analyzer to look at SPI traffic. I want to capture on only records where MOSI data matches 01 00 00 00. How can I do that?
2016-09-19 Staff Writer
There has been a shift in the working world. Work hours are no longer 9-5, people no longer sit in cubicles and terms like “WFH” and “telecommuting” are being repeated on a daily basis. Working professionals are demanding a work life balance that means flexibility to work from outside the confines of the office walls. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, in 2015, over 35% of professional/business people did some or all work from home.
2016-09-15 Rena
We’ve been using the Cheetah SPI Host Adapter, but working with a new SPI memory chip (GD25Q80CTIG) that supports Dual and Quad SPI modes, it looks like we need a different approach.
2016-09-12 Staff Writer
Since its inception, embedded system technology has continued its relentless march into our day-to-day lives. From the GPS tracking system in your car to the printer in your office, devices that are powered by embedded systems are all around.
2016-09-07 Rena
I have found it easy to use the Control Center Serial Software with the Promira Serial Platform but I seem to have a project that is more challenging. I need to send a stream of continuous data.
2016-09-06 Gil
USB Type-C enables truly rapid charging of your battery operated devices by providing higher voltage and current than ever before through a USB cable.  But sometimes, aggressive power management and charging can become problematic.
2016-09-01 Karen
Nothing says “toasty” like Arizona in August! This past August, we were back at the Microchip MASTERs Conference. The MASTERs Conference celebrated its 20th anniversary this year. It was my 2nd time here and it was just as fun and interesting as my first time.