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2019-10-31 Rena Ayeras
I am using the Beagle USB 480 Protocol Analyzer to debug some issues on my CDC ECM implementation on a STM-32 MCU. I have questions about the results I’m seeing with Data Center Software.
2019-10-29 Staff Writer
When the internet was first created, it was only accessible to a small group of private companies and government agencies. After the World Wide Web (WWW) was created in 1989 by Time Berners-Lee (who would later be knighted for his contributions), the internet became widely accessible and businesses around the world began coding their own websites and connecting with customers online.
2019-10-24 Rena Ayeras
I have been using the Cheetah SPI Host Adapter as an SPI Master – now I need the functions of both an SPI Master and an SPI Slave. I see the Cheetah adapter only functions as an SPI Master.
2019-10-22 Staff Writer
The Internet of Things (IoT) is the latest step in the evolution of connected information technology systems. A report published by Gartner predicts that the number of IoT connected devices deployed across the world will reach 20.4 billion by the year 2020 - that's nearly three times the total population of Earth. To put that into perspective, there were just 3.8 billion IoT devices deployed globally in 2015, and just 7 billion in 2018. As a growing number of consumers and corporations adopt IoT technology and solutions, the total number of internet-connected IoT devices is growing exponentially.
2019-10-17 Rena Ayeras
I am using the Control Center Serial Software with an Aardvark I2C/SPI Host Adapter as the I2C master. Can you help me understand the difference between Master Read and Master Register Read? The Master Read command appears similar to the Sequential Read command, an I2C read with a stop – what am I missing?
2019-10-15 Staff Writer
The information age is characterized by rapid technological change and digital transformation across industry verticals. During the 1990s, the World Wide Web became publicly available for the first time and saw widespread adoption and innovation with technology companies leading the way as the world's largest businesses created their earliest websites. The following decade beginning in the year 2000 was characterized by the growing proliferation of mobile phones, along with mobile apps, mobile marketing, and mobile commerce - businesses needed to re-think their marketing and communications strategy to reach customers on the new mobile platform. In the 2010s, innovations like cloud computing and the spread of AI technology allowed companies to access cost-effective computing power and data storage on demand, making it easier and cheaper to develop new software applications.
2019-10-10 Jessica Hopkins
DisplayPort (DP) is a digital interface that transmits audio and video signals. DisplayPort was created to replace DVI and VGA cables in exchange for a higher performing standard that could transfer high quality video and audio signals, as well as offer other features that could allow for better interoperability between advancing technologies.
2019-10-08 Rena Ayeras
We have been using the Advanced Cable Tester - Level 1 Application with the Promira Serial Platform, and it’s been successful for debug and development. However, we are now setting up a production test system for USB Type-A to Type-C cables. In addition to needing to connect to both ends of this cable, because this system will be on the production floor, we need the device to handle up to 5,000 insertions.
2019-10-03 Rena Ayeras
I am using a Windows computer to communicate to four Komodo CAN Duo Interfaces through a USB hub. I am running eight separate targets. How do I know which Komodo interface is handling which target? My problem – the Windows device manager associates a different port number for each Komodo channel each time I plug in a new device. How can I identify which Komodo channel is transferring data?
2019-10-01 Staff Writer
A field-programmable gate array, or FPGA for short, is a special type of semiconductor device that can be programmed by a customer, a product designer, or embedded systems engineer after the hardware has been manufactured and sold. An FPGA gets its name from two of its defining properties: field-programmable refers to the fact that these integrated circuits can be programmed in the field and a gate-array is a reference to the two-dimensional array of logic gates that make up the circuit.