Current sense resistors are widely used to measure current flow to track system performance, but there are nuances to be aware of for successful implementation.
IMUs provide precise positioning information for embedded applications ranging from consumer to industrial, medical, and military.
Photodiodes and phototransistors are key to many applications, but they require special electrical, optical, and mechanical considerations.
Using the Raspberry Pi 3 and compatible versions of machine learning software, developers can begin developing sophisticated machine learning applications.
Development kits enable engineers to turn air quality sensors into Internet of Things connected devices.
Learn to apply current sense amplifiers across a series current shunt resistor for precise power management in battery and line powered applications.
Using Bluetooth hardware kits and associated software, developers can rapidly deploy secure Bluetooth connectivity between a hub and multiple sensors.
Ambient light sensors are ideal 16-bit light-to-digital converters that are instrumental when saving LCD battery power.
Developers can quickly add facial recognition to an embedded system with an off-the-shelf microcontroller and camera combination.
Dedicated ICs simplify implementation of authentication mechanisms needed to ensure security in systems ranging from complex IoT devices to simple peripherals.
Instrumentation amplifiers (INAs) accurately capture low-level differential signals from a sensor, but users need to choose and apply them carefully.
A module combines an ultra-wideband transceiver, Bluetooth MCU, and motion sensor to provide a low-power standards compliant real-time location system.
When adding sensors to automobiles, use the simple PSI5 bus for safe, reliable, low-cost, and secure sensor to ECU communications.
Use an Arduino compatible shield and baseboard as a complete soil monitoring solution, as well as a development platform for custom designs.
LTE Cat M1 cellular modules provide a link for connected healthcare solutions in the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT).
Chemiresistive sensors offer a cost-effective solution for measuring a wide range of gases but require careful consideration of analog support circuitry.
Low-power, high reliability MEMS sensors play a vital role in industrial automation applications.
Designers can add low-power, 9-axis motion sensing to their MCU-based designs with minimal effort using a 3mm x 3mm TDK InvenSense module.
Single board computers provide a platform for IoT prototype development.
IoT gateways provide a drop-in solution to the problem of bridging low-power wireless networks to the Internet of Things.