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5 Advantages of CAN Bus Protocol

What is CAN Bus Protocol?

The Controller Area Network (CAN) bus protocol is rapidly growing in popularity among engineers who work with high-level industrial embedded systems. The protocol was developed by Robert Bosch GmbH in 1986 to help further the development of electronic communications in the automobile industry. 

In the early 1980s...

Total Phase at Microchip MASTERs 2019

We just got back from Phoenix, Arizona, where luckily, we were able to spend the days inside at the 23rd annual Microchip MASTERs Conference! We enjoyed meeting everyone at the show and learning about the various projects of our customers.

 

Total Phase Display at Microship Masters 2019

 

Total Phase Analyzers - Live Demos

We had two demonstrations running at our booth. We had our Prom...

What are the differences between DisplayPort vs HDMI?

Display Port vs. HDMIOriginal photo by Csaba Nagy

HDMI and DisplayPort are the two recognized standards for transmitting video and audio data over a single cable. Throughout the years, these two standards have evolved greatly with each new specification, each providing enhanced performance and capabilities, including major increases in bandwidth, speed, and ot...

How Medical Embedded Systems Transformed the Healthcare Industry

An embedded system is a mix of hardware and software that works as a computing system within a larger system. The embedded system dates back to aeronautics in the 1960s when astronauts used Charles Stark Draper’s integrated circuit to collect flight data in real time. Since then, and with the explosive growth of technology and cloud c...

What is Digital Security in 2019?

Digital technology is more important than ever. Not only are items like smartphones, tablets, and laptops ubiquitous with consumers and businesses, emerging trends like IoT (Internet of Things) and Industry 4.0 are introducing digital technology to new applications regularly. The flip side of this topic is that digital secu...

The New USB4 Spec: Faster Speeds, Optimized Video Transfer, and Thunderbolt 3 Compatibility

USB4 Connector Original photo: Tony Webster

There has been a lot of buzz with USB lately – with all the new specifications being released and even the rebranding of the latest USB 3.x specifications, it seems there are new USB updates coming out left and right. Now, USB-IF has introduced an even newer specification to add to the mix: USB4.

What are USB...