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Electronic designers can leverage worldwide “maker” trend and use off-the-shelf easy-use platforms like Raspberry Pi for IoT demos or for evaluation purposes - at least as a starting point before you select a suitable component and eva board, tools, etc. In particular, you can enable I2C bus and perform simple transactions in short term - even with no prior RasPi experience. If you are interested in my experience, see attached PDF for further info. Take care, Kersten ...
Untangling SoCs from Microcontrollers     Photo Credit: Intel SoC by Konstantin Lanzet   Photo Credit: Intel Microcontroller by Konstantin Lanzet     Some might say that computer technology is evolving and advancing at such a clipped pace that cables are crossing and terminology has become intertwined. To untangle some of the confusion, let’s take a closer look at the difference between a system on a chip (SoC) and a microcontroller (MCU).   Mighty ...
I'm playing with object oriented firmware for embedded controllers. In this blog I review object oriented callbacks. How to invoke the correct function of the correct object.   I've been using the C / C++ mix for a decent time now, with good results. During the blog series, I focused on getting things compiling and working. This was partly based on getting C++ work on an environment that's C focused, but a toolchain that supports C++. Then, as proof of concept, port parts of the MBED li ...

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