Bill Hutchings of Microchip Technology discusses the company's latest offering of 16-bit PIC microcontrollers (MCUs) and dsPIC Digital Signal Controllers (DSCs) that bring advanced control to cost-sensitive general-purpose and motor-control designs.
In this episode, we talk to Simon Hambly and David Harold of Imagination Technologies, creators of communications semiconductor IP cores for highly complex System-on-Chip (SoC) devices.
In this episode, we talk to Steve Grady of Cymbet on energy harvesting, low-power circuitry, and the challenges to the engineer in evaluating and implementing the technology.
In this episode, we talk to Maury Wood, Senior Director at NXP Semiconductors, about high-speed data converters.
The iMSO-104 is the first mixed signal oscilloscope designed specifically for the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.
Tyler Smith of Microchip Technology talks with ECN about the company's expanded MiWi Wireless Development Environment for IEEE 802.15.4 2.4 GHz and Unlicensed sub-GHz networks.
The BMW GINA Light Visionary Model that was seen via video being installed in the BMW Museum in Munich last week has finally been revealed, and the futuristic design study shows how BMW designers are thinking outside of the box when it comes to the materials that make up a car and also...
In this episode, we talk to Mike Stout of Falcon Electric about Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS) and the various ways they can benefit the engineer. It isn't always just about backup power.
This video introduces Malaysian University Robot Competition (MURoC) and showcases Microchip's sponsorship and involvement in this event. There are 45 teams from 20 institutions take part in this challenge to complete against each other to test their ideas and technologies. Participants...
In this episode we talk to Tom Cross, X-Force Researcher at IBM Internet Security Systems, on software, systems, and device security.
In this episode we talk to Kerry Thacher of Librestream about their mobile collaboration technology.
In this episode we talk to Peter Green of International Rectifier about solid-state lighting and the electronics needed to drive them.
Check out this fascinating new technology from Japan that enables one to pick up materials in a solid or gel shape without the material losing its shape.
A new study shows nearly 40% of the U.S. military's supply chain is made up of counterfeit parts.
In this episode, we talk to Jodi Shelton of the Global Semiconductor Alliance on the fabless semiconductor industry and the group's view of where it is and where it is going.