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2018-12-27 Jessica Hopkins
With 2018 coming to an end, we wanted to reflect on 5 of the top products released this year. These releases incorporated some of the most advanced technology to date, making these embedded systems superior in power performance, storage, and new capabilities, putting them at the top of their game. Take a look at what made our list.
2018-12-20 Rena Ayeras
I am using the Promira Serial Platform with the A2B Bus Monitor – Level 1 Application. I have questions about using the A2B API software.
2018-12-18 Staff Writer
Embedded systems engineers today have several communication protocols to choose from, but for those that value speed of communication and versatile applications, the SPI protocol presents as the best option.
2018-12-13 Rena Ayeras
Thanks for your question! We have LabVIEW drivers and API software that you can use to quickly get the information that you are looking for.
2018-12-11 Staff Writer
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2018-12-10 Jessica Hopkins
Electronica 2018 recently took place in late November in Munich, Germany. This is the world’s largest trade fair and conference for components, systems, and applications. Those working with PCBs, semiconductors, sensors, connectors, or displays were able to roam the exhibit floors to discover the latest tools and solutions for their developments.
2018-12-06 Jessica Hopkins
Not sure what to get your friends and family for the holidays or are not certain what’s on the top of your own list? We’ve researched some of the best and most popular tech gadgets and picked the top 10 that will make great gifts for your loved ones – all of which are embedded systems created by our own customers! Find out what’s out there this holiday season:
2018-12-04 Rena Ayeras
In our characterization lab we are using an Aardvark I2C/SPI Host Adapter as one of our I2C adapters. I’m currently working on a development project where I need to repeatedly read I2C data  after a trigger via GPIO pin at a rate of 400kHz.