Microsemi's SmartFusion2 Starter Kit provides designers with access to SmartFusion2 System-On-Chip (SoC) FPGAs.
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The SimpleLink MSP432P401R LaunchPad development kit enables you to develop high-performance applications that benefit from low power operation.
BeagleBone Blue is a complete, Linux-enabled robotics computer which can make building mobile robots quick and affordable.
The Raspberry Pi 3 Model B looks identical to the Pi 2 B at first glance. It is the same size and has much of the same components on board. So what is the difference?
This DA14580 basic development kit from Dialog Semiconductor gives you all flexibility to develop Bluetooth applications with confidence.
If this is your first experience tinkering with the platform, the Arduino UNO Rev3 is the most robust board you can start playing with.
Green Hills Software has been selected by a US supplier of guidance and navigation equipment for commercial and military aircraft to provide its DO-178B Level A-compliant real-time multicore operating system.
Zuken and XJTAG have entered into a partnership to enhance Zuken’s CR-8000 with a Design For Test (DFT) capability.
CLIFF Electronics continues to expand their range of audio jack sockets with the introduction of a socket featuring gold plated contacts.
Software aids law enforcement and intelligence organizations to rapidly search vast amounts of video footage to identify patterns or faces.
Toshiba Mesh Solutions enable increased range and greater reliability for Bluetooth communication.
Murata has been awarded two Global Supplier Awards for 2017 from Bosch in the material fields electronic components and electromechanics (LTCC supply) categories.
For an upcoming voyage to the International Space Station, sports brand Reebok has released a space boot designed specifically for the astronauts taking part.
A small San Francisco startup to use computer-vision software that can generate highly accurate maps from crowdsourced dashcam video.
The San Francisco company launched the nation’s first in-person, short-term, intensive coding camp in 2012.