In part 1, we covered the general Smart Home market trends, user interface, and sensing requirements. In this part, we will cover connectivity and security requirements for Smart home applications.
In this part, we will cover general Smart Home market trends, user interface, and sensing requirements.
We have covered many techniques in the domain of IoT in this series so far, including analog sensor interfaces, connectivity, programmable digital, integrated peripherals, and cost optimization.
In this installment, we?ll focus on Bluetooth low energy (BLE) and explore the key characteristics that make it the technology of choice for many IoT designers.
In this column, we'll take a look at controlling power at a system level, including that of the external peripherals and the regulator.
In this column, we are exploring power requirements and optimization of IoT design.
We will explore the advantages of designing with single-chip IoT architectures, present and in the future.
Smart World of IoT? The Edge is Getting Smarter, Smaller, and Moving Further Out! - Part 4 - ProductJanuary 29, 2019
In this part, we will be exploring software considerations of various CPU architectures for building embedded solutions.
In this part, we will be expanding on IoT, covering details on the evolution of computing architectures along with radio.
It is important to remember that even though connected IoT devices are growing at a significant pace, they are still in their infancy.
Although self-contained wireless communications have existed for a long time, significant advancements were required to make them smaller, cheaper, and energy efficient enough for IoT applications.
The Internet of Things has evolved into a complex system ranging from the internet to wireless communication and from Micro-Electronics Systems (MEMS) to embedded systems.
To be able to implement capabilities where a smart home and wearable device can interact, wearable devices need an embedded MCU with a flexible and integrated architecture.
Watches are no longer just for telling time. Smart watches have turned our wrists into smart phone holsters by enabling text messaging, phone calls, and health monitoring.
In part one of this series, we will cover IoT market trends and the relevance of smart home and wearable applications, followed by an example implementation of a smart home door lock controller.
As MCUs are at core of all IoT audio systems, it is important to select an MCU that integrates the necessary audio technology required to design a reliable noise-free audio system.
Secure MCUs should offer multiple levels of security elements to support various security algorithms like AES, DES, and SHA.
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To play in the Internet of Things (IoT) market, original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) need to be able to embrace a faster rate of innovation. The possible spectrum of IoT applications is...