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Millimeter wave (mmWave) is a special class of radar technology that uses short-wavelength electromagnetic waves. Radar systems transmit electromagnetic wave signals that objects in their path then reflect. By capturing the reflected signal, a radar system can determine the range, velocity and angle of the objects.   mmWave radars transmit signals with a wavelength that is in the millimeter range. This is considered a short wavelength in the electromagnetic spectrum and is one of the advan ...
Sending remote-location data, especially over long distances beyond the ranges of WiFi or Bluetooth, is a critical part of a long-range IoT design common to industrial, environmental or even agricultural applicants. Texas has produced a simple way to create a wireless gateway that hosts all of the information from the sensor nodes to simplify the collection of data. All you need is a  Beagle Bone Black paired with the WLINK8 BeagleBone Black wireless cape and the SimpleLink™ Sub-1 GHz ...
Improving the performance or bandwidth of industrial servo-drive applications like robotic assembly systems, factory automation machinery and material handling systems can make a real impact to your application.   At the heart of the matter of improving servo drive performance is the system’s current loop performance or torque response. The current loop is critical to the performance of the rest of the system depends. Even though several alternative architectures can provide a pathwa ...
What is FRAM? FRAM stands for ferroelectric random access memory. As a ferroelectric memory, it is not affected by magnetic fields as there is no ferrous material (iron) in the chip.   What are the benefits of FRAM? FRAM offers several advantages over other memory technologies such as flash, including faster write speeds, unified memory, low energy writes and there is no need for pre-erasing. These advantages directly translate into real function-level benefits in low-power applications ...