SAMD21G18A Development Board
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SAMD21G18A Development Board

An Open Source SAMD21 Development Board by sirmylesavery @ hackaday.io This project started after my first introduction to PCB design at my 2019 summer internship. At that internship, I designed a board that used a SAMD21 to control a GPS and LoRa module. This was my first introduction...

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New GAP9 IoT offers five times lower power consumption than GAP8
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New GAP9 IoT offers five times lower power consumption than GAP8

Last year, GreenWaves Technologies launched the GAP8 multi-core RISC-V microcontroller, aimed at artificial intelligence (AI) at the edge at ultra-low power consumption. Results from the GAP8 IoT SoC shows it performs inference at 3.7mA against 60mA for the same workload on STM32F7 Arm...

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HelTec’s new CubeCell series focuses on LoRa IoT Applications
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HelTec’s new CubeCell series focuses on LoRa IoT Applications

HelTec CubeCell is a new product series made by HelTec. CubeCell series is based on ASR605x ICs (ASR6501, ASR6502), those chips are already blended with the PSoC 4000 series MCU (ARM Cortex M0+ Core) and Semtech SX1262 transceiver. It is perfectly Arduino-compatible and can run the...

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NXP Launches The Gigahertz Microcontroller Era
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NXP Launches The Gigahertz Microcontroller Era

NXP Semiconductors has announced the industry’s first crossover MCU, i.MX RT1170 28nm fully-depleted silicon-on-insulator (FD-SOI) microcontroller unit (MCU), which is a power-efficient design with real-time functionality, and MCU usability at an affordable price. It clocks its...

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NXP Semiconductors i.MX RT106A Crossover Processor
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NXP Semiconductors i.MX RT106A Crossover Processor

NXP Semiconductors i.MX RT106A Crossover Processor is a solution specific variant of the i.MX RT1060 family of MCUs, targeting cloud-based embedded voice applications. It features NXP’s advanced implementation of the Arm® Cortex®-M7 core, which operates at speeds up to 600MHz...

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Chip Hall of Fame: Intel 4004 Microprocessor
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Chip Hall of Fame: Intel 4004 Microprocessor

The first CPU-on-a-chip was a shoestring crash project. The Intel 4004 was the world’s first microprocessor—a complete general-purpose CPU on a single chip. Released in March 1971, and using cutting-edge silicon-gate technology, the 4004 marked the beginning of Intel’s rise to...

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NXP Semiconductors MPC5777C Power Architecture® Microcontroller
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NXP Semiconductors MPC5777C Power Architecture® Microcontroller

NXP Semiconductors MPC5777C Power Architecture® Microcontroller is a high-performance, multicore MCU optimized for industrial and automotive control applications that require advanced performance, timing systems, security, and functional safety capabilities. The MPC5777C features...

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Espressif Announces the 
Release of ESP32-S2 Secure Wi-Fi MCU
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Espressif Announces the 
Release of ESP32-S2 Secure Wi-Fi MCU

Espressif announces the release of the 
ESP32-S2 Secure Wi-Fi MCU, which is a highly integrated, low-power, 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi Microcontroller SoC supporting Wi-Fi HT40 and 43 GPIOs. Based on Xtensa® single-core 32-bit LX7 processor, ESP32-S2 can be clocked at up to 240 MHz. ESP32-S2 is...

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