The Embedded Vision Development Kit, introduced by Lattice Semiconductor, is aimed at enabling embedded system designers to create best-in-class environment for software-hardware prototyping, enabling dual image sensor design capabilities.
Winbond flash memory's low-power features are ideal for wireless applications like the Netgear Arlo camera security system, where low-power consumption and large memory density are essential. Check out this teardown to learn more!
Pseudo SRAM (PSRAM) devices are experiencing a design revival with the adoption of wearable devices. Also known as CellularRAMTM, PSRAM were widely used in feature mobile phones. A typical IoT wearable design requires low power for extended battery life.
Lattice Semiconductor, a global leader in customizable smart connectivity solutions, has launched its new ECP5 FPGA family that supports low power, flexible connectivity demands of smart city applications.
Via Source Today: IoT markets increasingly focus on the commercial and industrial sectors' potentially greater return on investment. And that’s where WPG Americas expects to capitalize.
WPG Americas' Specialized Intelligent Connectivity Solutions Line Card showcases our leading edge supplier portfolio. Whether you require a proximity sensor or a total 'Edge to Enterprise' solution, our dedicated Intelligent Connectivity team can help.
The new Embedded Vision Development Kit combines high-resolution HDMI ASSP, ECP5 low-power, CrossLink pASSP mobile bridging device, and a small form factor to offer customers a cutting-edge solution for accelerated development of intelligent edge devices.
Disruptive technologies, such as mobile-influenced applications, are rapidly changing our way of life and the way we look at everyday things. Today, smart homes, smart cities, smart factories and, of course, self-driving smart cars are becoming a reality.
Abracon, a leading supplier of frequency control and magnetic components, offers a broad range of near field communication (NFC) and multilayer chip antennas for IoT, wearables, and smart applications.
2016 was a banner year for the drone industry, with momentous advancements in drone software, hardware, and regulations opening up new dimensions that are bolstering the commercial adoption of the unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) – or drones.