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FPGA configuration using high-speed NOR flash

FPGA usage in industrial, communications and automotive ADAS applications depends on the low latencies and high data throughput characteristics of NOR ... Read More

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Understanding virtualization facilities in the ARMv8 processor architecture

While ARMv7 had a special CPU mode to run a hypervisor as an extension, expanded virtualization facilities have become a part of the ARMv8... Read More

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Implementing floating-point algorithms in FPGAs or ASICs

Native Floating-Point HDL code generation allows you to generate VHDL or Verilog for floating-point implementation in hardware without the effort of... Read More

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Selecting and benchmarking embedded FPGAs

There are many things to consider, but if you choose the right solution for your particular application, you will be able to unlock the full potential ... Read More

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In-memory computing builds for AI

The rise of machine learning is giving renewed life to compute-in-memory processors now in the works at startups, IBM, and universities. Read More

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If only I had one more [insert function here]!

Even in the world of ample embedded control choices, it is not uncommon for us designers to start working on a project using a given microcontroller... Read More

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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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