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Lowest-Power ChipDNA PUF Technology from Analog Devices Secures Embedded Devices from Edge to Cloud - NewsSeptember 15, 2021
Cryptographic controller provides 30x lower power and industrial-grade protection for battery-powered devices in the harshest, most security-critical environments.
Open-Source, Reusable Software Stack Enables Real-Time Processing and Algorithm Development for CbM - BlogAugust 20, 2021
Introduction to the CN0549 Condition-Based Monitoring Platform
This article explains how recent advancements in MEMS technology have pushed accelerometer sensors to the forefront, rivaling piezoelectric sensors in condition-based monitoring applications. We will also discuss how to use the new development platform that makes this all possible.
An adjustable, high voltage power supply capable of high precision output can be difficult to build. Errors often result from drift over time, temperature, and variations within the production process. The resistive networks traditionally used for feedback are common error sources.
Proper control loop phase and gain measurements should be made by factory experts possessing (expensive) equipment and commensurate experience. For those who do not have access to one or either of these, there is an alternative.
One potential source of emissions is the switching node, referred to as SW on many schematics. The SW node copper can act as an antenna, transmitting the noise generated by fast and efficient high power switching events. This is the main source of emissions for most switching regulators.
Automotive application circuits must meet strict EMI standards to avoid interfering with broadcast and mobile service frequency bands. In this article we look specifically at two possible solutions for a 4-switch buck-boost controller and compare EMI chamber results.