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With their high output signals, GMR sensors are easy to interface to inexpensive eight-bit microcontrollers. The ATtiny85 is a popular choice because it has an available differential amplifier with a selectable gain of 20; has I2C, PWM, and digital I/O; it has an internal temperature sensor that can be used for temperature compensation in critical applications; and costs less than $1.00.
As information demands increase, data centers are becoming more congested with more active equipment and cable. Because of their smaller diameter, patch cords with 28 AWG conductors have become widely used in data center applications. But these patch cords offer another use as well: in enterprise networks. In fact, 28 AWG patch cables can be used in all applications that require twisted-pair cabling.
How To implement Secure Boot on NXP i.MX6UL
Nowdays, thanks to embedded systems diffusion and explosive growth anyone is aware about security. One of the key factors is to grant that on a specific hardware devices should be executed only authorized SW. This is extremely important in devices which can be upgraded Over The Air (OTA).
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SeeGull® MXflex® Scanning Receiver Supports Latest Cellular Network Upgrades
BARCELONA--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- PCTEL, Inc. (NASDAQ:PCTI), a leader in Performance Critical Telecom solutions, announced the release of 4x4 Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) measurement capability for LTE networks on its SeeGull® MXflex® scanning receiver at Mobile World Congress. If properly optimized, 4x4 MIMO has the potential to nearly double throughput rates compared to the more commonly deployed 2x2 MIMO. As the industry's only scanner that supports true 4x4 MIMO testing without additional equipment or software, the MXflex delivers the information carriers need to successfully leverage this exciting technology.
Because of widely available Internet connectivity, nowadays security concerns are not longer limited to PCs, servers and workstations but have become common to many embedded systems as well. Several hardware and software technologies have been developed to deal with this kind of challenges. ARM® TrustZone® technology is one of these.
OriginGPS’ New Multi Micro Spider Supports GPS, Glonass, BeiDou and Galileo, Featuring MediaTek Technology for Optimal Performance, Signal Accuracy and Power Efficiency Within Ultra-Small Size
Airport City, Israel and Hsinchu City, Taiwan – February 23, 2016 – OriginGPS, one of the leading manufacturers of miniature Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) modules, announced today the launch of their new revolutionary Multi Micro Spider, boasting the world’s smallest footprint within a fully integrated and highly sensitive multi-GNSS module.