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Mouser Supplies Parallel Flash Memory Devices Ideal for Applications Demanding High Performance and Throughput

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ISSI IS29GL256/128 Parallel Flash Memory Devices provide 256/128 megabit flash memory options. Additionally, these devices offer a fast page access time of 20ns with a corresponding random-access time as fast as 70ns. A Write Buffer allows a maximum of 32 words/64bytes to be programmed in one operation, resulting in a faster and more efficient programming time over standard programming algorithms. This makes these devices ideal for today’s embedded applications that require higher density, better performance and lower power consumption.

10 Biggest Solar Projects In The World?

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Engineers Garage

The first thing that erupts in mind is how many? Yes, there are many in fact plenty to fulfill considerable part of global energy demands. But we will only be discussing the most important ones here. Since renewable energy is no longer a niche technology, almost all small and big nations around the world have embarked on a race to impress the world with most spectacular solar energy projects of all types and let everyone know about their true potential.

 

List of Hardware Tools that Engineers use to deal with Electronic Projects

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Neha Rastogi
In this blog, we will talk about the hardware tools that are used for preparing the setup of a project. There are certain tools that are quite crucial, whether one is maintaining an electronics kit or working on some basic circuits. It’s imperative for hobbyists and beginners to get acquainted with the functioning of all these hardware parts so as to make the best use of such tools. 
Moreover, one has to ensure that the quality and cost of these components is met without any compromise on the safety front. 

More Combinational Circuits - Multiplexers, Demultiplexers, Encoders and Decoders - DE Part 14

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Hari Prasaath K.

In digital systems, any information is represented by binary codes. There are many binary code systems as mentioned in the first tutorial of this series. A binary code of n bits can represent 2n discrete symbols or elements of coded information. The digital circuits that perform encoding of digital information are called encoders while digital circuits that decode the coded digital information are called decoders. An encoder with enable pins is called multiplexer while a decoder with enable pins is called demultiplexer.  

MINMAX Brings Forth MTQZ50 And MTQX75 Converters Series For Highly Developed Railway Applications

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The  Taiwan Based power solution maker, MINMAX Technology recently released its latest range of industry standard quarter brick DC-DC converter modules, the MTQZ75 and MTQZ50, that have been designed specifically for highly advanced railway applications. The MINMAX’s next generation DC-DC converter modules sync well with railway emission standard EN 50121-3-2 and railway safety standards IEC 60571 and EN50155. 

 

Skyworks Brings Forth 5G Antenna Tuning Solutions

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Shreepanjali Mod

Skyworks recently came up with its new performance MIPI® antenna aperture tuner, the SKY5™9256-701LF. It is a wideband 16-state solution that is highly compact and has been designed to deliver better efficiency and increased bandwidth coverage from 600 MHz to 6 GHz for LTE Advanced Pro for the upcoming 5G standards for a wider range of mobile applications. 

 

 

Building Encoder and Decoder using SN-7400 Series ICs - DE Part 15

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Hari Prasaath K

In the previous tutorial - More Combinational Circuits, the basic concepts of encoder, decoder, multiplexer and demultiplexer were discussed. An encoder is used to code digital information according to a pre-defined code system (like BCD, Gray, etc). An encoder inputs data (like from a keypad or keyboard) representing familiar numbers or characters or symbols and output coded binary numbers. So, it inputs the alphabetic characters and decimal numbers from an input device via individual wire lines and produces the outputs as binary coded representation of the input symbols. 

Building 4-Bit Magnitude Comparator Using 7485 IC - DE Part 13

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Hari Prasaath K

In a previous tutorial - Arithmetic Circuits, digital circuits for performing arithmetic operations were designed. Like Arithmetic operations, comparison of numbers is also an important mathematical operation. From computing perspective, the comparison of numbers plays vital role in decision making and logical operations. In digital systems, the numbers are in the form of binary numbers. The comparison of two numbers determines whether one number is greater than, equal, or less than the other number. 

 

ESP8266 and Arduino Based IoT Vehicle Tracking System

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Hari Prasaath K.

Arduino and ESP8266 based IoT Vehicle Tracking Device Circuit The vehicle tracking systems are designed for tracking the movement of a vehicle from a location at any time. Such system is equipped with a GPS receiver which maintains the GPS location of the device. The GPS location of the device traced by the GPS sensor is sent to a cloud server or cloud service with the help of a controller. This project is a simple implementation of such system on one of the most popular prototyping boards - Arduino UNO. 

 

Designing ESP8266 Weather Station Using OpenWeatherMap

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Hari Prasaath K.

ESP8266 IoT Weather StationThe IoT device designed here is a weather station built by interfacing a character LCD with the ESP8266 board. The device fetches the weather data of the location it is installed and display it on the LCD screen. It must be noted that there are no sensors used in this device and the device gets the weather data from an IoT platform i.e. Open Weather Map. The device fetches temperature and precipitation information using API keys and display it on the LCD.