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In the 'Design Tab' change the 'Graphics' to 'Hidden Line Removed'Another point: the Arduino Portenta H7 has 28 I/O pins similar in function to other Arduino boards, in a breadboard-friendly footprint. But it also has a high-density 80 pin connector giving you access...Ray , please take a look at this book by colleague Lucio Di Jasio - This is ( not ) Rocket Science , things have moved on alot from the days of Assembly Programming - I've got a spare copy...prize looks brilliant and I would like 1article
Pi’s GPIO pins are designed for driving low current devices such as LEDs however, so is it possible to connect to the I/O necessary for industrial environments?0 comments1 likesarticle
Taking an idea from discovery to prototyping, and eventually to the creation of an end product can be a challenging proposition. The prototyping platform one chooses is of paramount importance – it can impact both discovery phase and final production0 comments1 likesarticle
The connector world is consistently updating, whether its the need for more information in the connected age or smaller footprints delivering more power, one thing is true the connector has to perform and perform well. Here we take a closer look.0 comments1 likesarticle
While circuit protection is known to be a basic requirement for AC and DC power line devices, there isn’t a common protection solution for all applications.0 comments1 likesarticle
There are an estimated 12,000 deaths a year linked to ill-fitting respiratory equipment. We caught up with George from 3M to find out what products and techniques can be used to ensure that workers stay safe, including those with facial hair.0 comments2 likesarticle
This series of posts demonstrates how the advanced capabilities of the Sony Spresense can be put to use in creating a low power security device for asset monitoring and tracking.0 comments2 likesarticle
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) testing is a critical part of any product development journey. EMC testing aims to eliminate or at least reduce electromagnetic interference (EMI) below certain limits.0 comments0 likesarticle
Adding some refinements to the Eurorack case and using an oscilloscope to explore how the synthesiser modules operate.0 comments1 likesarticle
Until the end of January we are giving you the chance to start the year in style by winning a bundle of engineering products worth over £2500 in our New Year Giveaway thanks to our sponsors STMicroelectronics, TE Connectivity and Maxim Integrated.0 comments0 likesarticle
In this article, we show how the classifier model was trained and how to work on the related codes.0 comments1 likesarticle
The first three parts of this series on digital signal processing examined the processes involved in converting analogue signals to digital and back again. Now let’s look at the digital hardware in the middle.0 comments1 likes