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This post is part of the Infineon Blockchain Starter Kit road test. Blockchain - outside of the bitcoin context - is new to me. Follow along with me on this path to learn the technology....     Blockchain can be used to build a trail of trusted actions. A chain of events built on trust or agreements between parties. A chain that can be stored at several locations. That can be audited by all involved parties. And that can be audited and queried by external players if they are part ...
In the previous blog of January 2020, we learnt how to integrate NFC controllers in Linux and also how NFC frontend offers a host interface and a contactless interface.   This blog is the extension of previous two sessions and here we will talk on how to port the NFC Reader Library to K64F.   In this session, using a real porting example, we show the steps required to port the NFC Reader Library to a target MCU.   The goal of the session, is to serve as a guide for software develo ...
NXP launched a new Zigbee and Thread MCU: JN5189/88 on Feb 25, 2020    The JN5189/88 portfolio is designed to power the next generation of very low current wireless devices, supporting Zigbee 3.0, Thread, and IEEE 802.15.4. It includes several low-power modes and ultra-low TX and RX power consumption, which enables devices powered by JN5189/88 to have a longer battery life. With -100 dBm RX sensitivity and up to +11 dBm TX output power, JN5189/88 offers reliable and robust communicat ...
I must admit that when I was writing with Azure Sphere over the last few months I didn't realise it wasn't anyway classed as "generally available", but apparently now it is. https://www.microsoft.com/security/blog/2020/02/24/azure-sphere-microsoft-answer-iot-threats-reaches-general-availabilit… ...

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