During the creation of industrial concepts, wearables and the Internet of Things and many more applications, making hardware technology accessible and device development a breeze is essential.
The development kit exists to make the prototyping of all of these devices easy and as cost-efficient as possible, driving your designs and concepts to production and to the market as fast as possible.
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@VIVEKJAIN1 Are you offering your design services or trying to find someone to do some designs for you?
Do you have Schematic ? if no, then .. do you have PCBs without components ? if , no, then , it needs reverse engineering ... So, time & cost depends on , what design info you provide.
We have got a number of articles and projects relating to XinaBox modules for you to explore: https://www.rs-online.com/designspark/search?q=XinaBox
I haven't used them but the projects on DesignSpark look like it makes building a system really simple and quick. I love the modularity of the system blocks and each one is a good price.
I enjoyed that, thanks Andrew
Join me in discovering EK-RA6M3G from Renesas Electronics, a Graphics Evaluation Kit for the RA6M3 MCU group, an ideal device for high performance and high security embedded systems applications.
Students from the University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest, Romania used Digilent Zybo Z7 to create a prototype of an autonomous car. FPGAs are used as a part of vehicle-related algorithms to determine how the car functions and responds to obstacles.
Ease the complexity of developing cloud-based IoT applications and connect to AWS with the Renesas RX65N cloud development kit.
Cypress Semiconductor has recently announced EZ-PD Barrel Connector Replacement (BCR) Evaluation Kit that can be used to power devices that are originally powered through DC barrel connectors such as smart speakers, drones, modems, etc.
Here we take an in-depth look at the BETA Modular HMI Platform from Blue Chip Technology. There has been a lot of interest in this range and Barry takes us through some of the key features of BETA.
The Sony Spresense is the small development board that's full of big potential. Looking for IoT based edge solutions then this could the board you have been waiting for.
Rohm Semiconductor makes a wide range of sensors. Here we look at the sensor modules they have produced for the Sony Spresense development kit.
Stalwarts of DesignSpark may remember my occasional posts on ‘Bare-metal coding’ based on my project to create an embedded version of Forth for the Microchip dsPIC33 DSC device. Here I try it on a Clicker 2 board with the EP version of the chip.
Every electronics project nowadays seems to need a digital computer at its heart. The ‘Single Board Computer’ (SBC) is frequently offered as the solution. But what is an SBC and is it really the best choice to solve your digital problems?
A first look, trying out the different modules and building a voice-controlled MP3 Player.