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rdruian

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Sr Manager, Channel Marketing and Training | Silicon Labs

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Electronics Design

2 years ago

Enhance Power Delivery Systems with CMOS Isolated Gate Drivers

Green standards are challenging power designers to deliver more energy-efficient, cost-effective, smaller, and more reliable power delivery systems. A critical building block within ac-dc and isolated dc-dc power supplies is the isolated gate driver.

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Wireless

3 years ago

Wireless Connectivity: A Universal Solution

Could this be true?  Can there really be one standard?  If only.

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Wireless

3 years ago

Designing with Wireless Modules or Wireless SoC's - What are the costs?

In today’s product development environment, almost all devices require connectivity of sorts.

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Articles

3 years ago

I Need a Bluetooth Module, but Which One?

A chip down methodology requires resources and skills that many companies may not have. Module solutions, in particular, Bluetooth, offer many benefits.

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Internet of Things

3 years ago

Wi-Fi Connectivity for IoT devices? Of course!

It goes without saying that the Internet of Things is all about connected devices.

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rdruian

Microcontrollers

3 years ago

8-bit MCUs. It's Cool to be Old School

There is an old saying: “The right tool for the job”. Large hammer, small nail? Phillips screwdriver, flat head screw? RTOS, toaster oven? You get the idea.

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Internet of Things

3 years ago

Next for IoT End Nodes: Lower Power and Security

Internet of Things end nodes are often said to be able to run on batteries for years.

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Electronics Design

3 years ago

Upgrade Mechanical Interfaces with Minimal Work

The popularity of smart devices, with the likes of Angry Birds, texting and selfies, have also provided users with powerful, yet simple to use interfaces and experiences.

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Electronics Design

3 years ago

Silicon Labs 10kV Surge Protection

Sometimes environments can get really rough.

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Electronics Design

3 years ago

Improving Power System Response with Fast Isolated Current Measurement

Isolated Current Sensing High power systems and power converters can benefit with increased reliability and performance when using isolated current sensing.

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