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MAKERPhone lets you build your own phone with customized apps, games, and programs. It doesn’t look as sleek as a normal smartphone, but at least it won’t break the bank. (Photo via MAKERPhone)   I like the idea this, but is it a little much?   Whether you want to admit it or not, it’s hard to imagine life without your phone. The small device helps us with daily tasks and helps us pass the time. But as newer, better phones come out, the price goes up. What if you co ...
The original article can be found here. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Traditional WAN services that use enterprise routers and other networking equipment face new competition: managed services with software-defined WAN (SD-WAN) technology and traditional WAN services with network-function virtualization (NFV). Hardware suppliers ...
Preface Introduction Operating system installation Operating system configuration Example usage Software defined radio References   Preface I received the Layerscape FRWY-LS1012A board from the attendance to an E14 webinar, and I will write on my experience with the board. It will be written in an informal style, where I'll post my journey exploring the board as I try different aspects of the board. This is my first experience with a Linux based board, so there w ...
The following is the original article from Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions, written by Rick Hearn and Mike Slonosky, Senior Product Managers, and Lisa Sarazin, a Marketing Portfolio Manager from Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions, and Geoffrey Waters, a Senior Systems Engineer from NXP Semiconductors. For the original content, please click here.   ====================================================================================================   In recent years, Arm processors have m ...
If you’ve ever broken an arm or a leg, you know what it means to have an itch that you can’t scratch. Your doctor put your injured limb in a cast, limiting its mobility and rendering it inaccessible to comforting fingertips. At NXP, we have customers that feel the same way. They want many high-performance CPUs, 100Gbps networking, and modern I/O but are constrained by cost, power consumption, and form factor. A server-derived processor solution might have the right performance but no ...

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