Wednesday 10/14


Whether it was a slider, a toggle, or a push-button switch, the method for powering on the electronic device was some type of manually operated switch with mechanical contacts. But with the massive increase in electronic devices that are battery operated, small, wearable, and ingress protected, all with a desire to make them simple and user friendly, product designers are looking at alternatives to the mechanical switch.

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The module, which is based on Nordic Semiconductor?s nRF5340 Bluetooth low energy chipset, is reportedly the first to host the NORA-B1, an Arm Cortex M33 dual core MCU.
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VadaTech announced the release of the FMC238 and FMC239, which are a FPGA Mezzanine Cards per VITA 57.1 standard. The units were developed with a small footprint and utilize the ADRV9009 wideband RF transceiver.
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Epic Games announced a new HMI initiative to enable the creation of automotive infotainment and digital cockpit experiences.
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Yay! Another wireless standard. That?s just what we need, because the landscape isn?t already crowded enough. Do I sound cynical? Maybe. It depends on your perspective. WiFi HaLow is a WiFi-like standard that comes with its own set of benefits. I?ll let you decide whether there?s a place for another wireless standard after you listen to this week?s Embedded Executives podcast with Vahid Manian, Chief Operating Officer of Morse Micro.

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