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More than Storing Bytes: Flash can Reduce MCU System Power

Device designs are increasingly adopting microcontrollers that are either limited in the amount of embedded memory they have on-chip or have eschewed flash memory in...

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Debugging crosses the hardware-software divide in the IoT

Don’t ignore the default MCU settings Debugging is an important part of embedded design; one that necessarily crosses the hardware/software divide. At a system level,...

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How Much Programmability?

Designers prefer to design in flexibility. The reasons are legion and mostly obvious: you may not know today how a chip will be used tomorrow...

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An Infant Tracking Device Could Save a Baby’s Life

Over 3.8 million babies are born in the United States each year, according to the National Center for Health Statistics. More than 98% of these...

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SAR ADCs for High Sampling Rate Applications

In our previous blog about the importance of analog-to-digital converters (ADCs), we focused on the various architectures that are in common usage for the Industrial...

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Everyone Loves a Good Unboxing Video

From toys to smartphones and even mail-order reptiles (a practice which we don't endorse), unboxing videos are an effective and entertaining way to learn more...

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Security Access Control and PLC System Designed around FT 6050 Technology

For facilities managers of large buildings and campuses, security and access control are huge challenges. Authorized persons come and go so privileges must be granted...

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Lessons from the Top: Adesto’s CEO Speaks to MBA Students

A couple of times a year, MBA students from INSEAD – a top-ranking graduate business school with campuses in Europe, Asia, and the Middle East...

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The importance of ADCs in the Industrial Internet of Things

We have all heard the new stories and read the market reports—the Industrial Internet of Things is changing industry as we know it.  The move...

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How Adesto Optimized Serial Flash for Execute in Place (XiP) Operation

Several classes of embedded applications require large amounts of memory for executing either code or data. For example, some connected IoT nodes use wireless networking...

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Did you know you can achieve ultra-low power operation while simplifying your system design?

With any low-power design, the designer has the choice between choosing low-power components or switching off the power to peripheral devices. When considering the choice...

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