Ultrasonic for accuracy

Texas Instruments has launched a family of MSP430 MCUs with an integrated ultrasonic sensing analogue front end. According to the company, the devices will enable smart water meters to deliver higher accuracy and lower power consumption.

  • Ultrasonic for accuracy

    Texas Instruments has launched a family of MSP430 MCUs with an integrated ultrasonic sensing analogue front end. According to the company, the devices will enable smart water meters to deliver higher accuracy and lower power consumption.

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  • Imagination unveils neural network accelerator

    Imagination Technologies has unveiled a complete standalone hardware IP neural network accelerator (NNA) using a specialised PowerVR architecture that’s able to support high performance computation.

    NNAs are a fundamental new class of processor and ...
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  • Armed with technology

    Earlier this month, the global defence industry came together at the Defence and Security Event (DSEI) at the ExCel centre in London’s docklands, with more than 1600 exhibitors showcasing state-of-the-art equipment, including advanced weaponry, security ... Read More
  • Samsung unveils first eMRAM test chip based on 28nm FD-SOI process

    Samsung Electronics has announced that it has expanded its differentiated FD-SOI process technology leadership by offering derivatives that include RF and eMRAM.

    Having already established a full set of FD-SOI design enablement solutions with a ...
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