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Designing a Nerf Blaster

The success of a product launch depends significantly on the time it takes to convert an idea into a product, and highly integrated devices help speed ... Read More

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Designing power-efficient and secure home automation systems

Implementing a home automation system is no longer an intimidating job thanks to the emergence of programmable SoCs and highly integrated MCUs. Read More

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Upgrading 8- and 16-bit MCU designs: Development ecosystem

A combination of software tools, hardware development ecosystems, and ready-made firmware with code examples significantly ease migration to 32-bit... Read More

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Debugging hard faults in ARM Cortex-M0 based SoCs

Chasing down a hard fault can be very time consuming, but here are some common errors programmers make and some tips on how to debug the hard fault... Read More

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Designing a low-cost, low-power multicore ARM-based AV player

By maximizing resource utilization in a low-cost programmable multicore SoC, designers can meet requirements for a cost-effective, high-performance... Read More

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Upgrading 8- and 16-bit MCU designs: 32-bit MCU architectures

What key issues impact the migration of 8- and 16-bit MCUs to 32-bit MCU? This first of two articles on migration discusses how 32-bit MCU... Read More

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The definitive guide to ARM Cortex-M0/M0+: Using low-power features

This excerpt from the book concludes with a detailed explanation of examples showing use of the core's low-power features. Read More

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The definitive guide to ARM Cortex-M0/M0+: Low-power benchmark setup

In this excerpt from the book, the author covers examples of using various low-power features, power optimization, energy-efficiency measurement, and... Read More

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Speed optimizations in 8-bit MCUs

Many engineers think that everything that could be gotten out of 8-bit devices has already been done, but performance improvements on an 8-bit device, ... Read More

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The definitive guide to ARM Cortex-M0/M0+: Benchmarking low-power devices

In this excerpt from the book, the author covers examples of using various low-power features, power optimization, energy-efficiency measurement, and... Read More

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Designing reliability into embedded Systems-on-a-Chip

Reliability has to be intrinsic to a device if that device is to function properly for multiple years in reliability-critical applications such as... Read More

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The definitive guide to ARM Cortex-M0/M0+: Low-power requirements

In this excerpt from the book, the author covers examples of using various low-power features, power optimization, energy-efficiency measurement, and... Read More

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The definitive guide to ARM Cortex-M0/M0+: Ultralow-power designs

In this excerpt from the book, the author covers examples of using various low-power features, power optimization, energy-efficiency measurement, and... Read More

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The definitive guide to ARM Cortex-M0/M0+: Wake-up operation

In this excerpt from the book, the author offers a detailed view of these processors' low-power features and their use in ultralow-power designs. Read More

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The definitive guide to ARM Cortex-M0/M0+: Low-power states

In this excerpt from the book, the author offers a detailed view of these processors' low-power features and their use in ultralow-power designs. Read More

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Using Smart I/Os to build pin-level digital logic functionality and reduce CPU loading

Unlike conventional practices of adding pin-level digital logic on input and output signals, adding programmable logic to I/O ports helps reduce the... Read More

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