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Articles & Papers

Should you buy an embedded module or build your own integrated design?

New product features, certification, increased performance and quicker design cycles are pressuring device manufacturers to reduce costs and still meet time-to-market requirements. Considerations like balancing increased performance and demands for lower design, manufacturing costs, freeing up engineering resources, or selecting the right OS and BSPs complicate the decision-making process. Sign up now for an innovative webinar using an on-line tool that calculates when and if you should buy or build.


Beagle I2C/SPI Analyzer & KatySat - Debugging on an educational satellite

The Space and Systems Development Laboratory (SSDL) develops innovative technologies for robust distributed systems, with special interest in space environments. The current satellite mission under development at the SSDL is the KatySat satellite, which provides a powerful educational outreach tool for K-12 students that can be readily expanded for future missions. To facilitate the KatySat mission, SSDL partnered with Total Phase, to provide students the tools necessary for embedded system development.


Prototyping the IoT with mbed from ARM

Developing smart connected products for the IoT creates a unique set of challenges for product development. Simultaneously, time-to-market pressures make switching to a modern 32-bit architecture challenging. More powerful devices and new tools must be mastered and this can work against timely execution of a product development cycle. This is a common scenario that mbed™ can address. mbed represents a paradigm shift for developers, allowing seamless transitions in the product development lifecycle.


The Internet of Things: Are You Ready?

When the news broke in January that Google was buying Nest Labs, Inc. for $3.2 billion, the eye-popping valuation indicated the acquisition was about more than just pretty thermostats and smoke detectors. While speculation about Google's intentions has run rampant since then, in my mind it's a clear sign: the Internet of Things (IoT) is finally upon us.


Atmel's New Modem Gets Grid Devices Talking

Since 1882, when Thomas Edison fired up the world’s first commercial generator, the networks that carry electricity from the power source to the consumer have been confined to a one-way path. In recent years, pressure to cut labor costs and address evolving environmental concerns and regulations have forced utility providers to rethink this aging infrastructure.


Designing Embedded Systems for the IoT

What does the phrase Internet of Things mean? It depends a lot on where you stand in the supply chain. Many have tried to define it, but the definitions are often colored by the needs of their own industries and their own agendas. As a hardware or software engineer, you already understand the essential element: to build products that are interconnected. As such, embedded systems will play—and are playing—a crucial role in the development of the IoT.


Neutralizing Some Inherent Dangers of C

We take a look at the issues involved in using C in the development of systems with safety-critical functionality. Despite the fact that the language is full of undefined behavior, hardware dependencies and other pitfalls, it is still widely used in safety-critical development. With some planning you can turn a potential problem into an advantage.


Micro Digital smx Philosphy

There are many factors which influence the design of an RTOS kernel. This paper explains what factors have influenced the recent evolution of smx® and discusses their relative importance. Since many factors are conflicting, designing a good RTOS kernel requires achieving a good balance for targeted applications. In the case of smx, these are hard real-time embedded systems.


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deRFnode for AVR/ARM

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CC2520DK Development Kit

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USB Radio Stick deRFusb-23E00 JTAG

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DNT2400DK 2.4 GHz FHSS Developer Kit

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Si1000DK Wireless MCU Development Kit

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6LoWPAN Sub1GHz Evaluation kit

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DR-TRC104-2400-DK 2.4 GHz RFIC Transceiver Developer Kit

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CC430F5137 Wireless Development Tool

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deRFmega128-22C02

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Radio Controller Board RCB212SMA V5.3.2

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Sub-1GHz Smart Radio - MC12311

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DR7001-DK 315 MHz ASH Transceiver Developer Kit

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DR8000-DK 916.5 MHz ASH Transceiver Developer Kit

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DR1200-DK 916.5 MHz ASH Transceiver Developer Kit

_DR1200-DK 916.5 MHz ASH Transceiver Developer KitRFM´s standard ASH Transceiver Development Kits demonstrate operation at an "air" data rate of 22.5 kbps, using a packet data link layer (MAC) protocol implemented in an 8051 microp

CC430 Wireless Development Tool with USB Programmer

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USB Radio Stick deRFusb-23E00

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deRFtoRCB Adapter

_deRFtoRCB AdapterAdapter board for all pluggable deRF modules including programming interfaces and battery compartment.

LPR2430ERDK 2.4 GHz 802.15.4 Developer Kit

_LPR2430ERDK 2.4 GHz 802.15.4 Developer KitThe LPR2430ERDK kit allows for full demonstration or development of the LPR2430 transceiver modules. The LPR2430 series transceivers provide a low cost solution for point-to-point, pointtomultipoin

Radio Extender Board REB231 V4.0.2

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Performance Line Development Kit

_Performance Line Development KitThe CC1120 development kit provides a complete hardware performance testing and software development platform for TI´s Sub-1 GHz Performance Line devices.

WL1271 Wi-Fi and Bluetooth daughter card for EVMs with a COM Connector

_WL1271 Wi-Fi and Bluetooth daughter card for EVMs with a COM ConnectorThe Wi-Fi and BlueTooth ® daughter card for the AM335x EVM (TMDXEVM3358) is a combo wireless connectivity add-on card, based on the Murata Type-TN Module with Texas Instruments WiLink 6.0 solution.

DR1200A-DK 916.5 ASH Transceiver Developer Kit

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deRFmega128-22C00

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