Category: MCU Blog Posts

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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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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When a System Failure Occurs, Resetting the Serial Memory can be Critical

Stability is an important consideration in embedded design, but electronic systems can suffer malfunctions triggered by a myriad of root causes. These include poor signal...

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