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ADAQ4003: 18-Bit, 2 MSPS, μModule® Data Acquisition Solution

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Analog Devices ADAQ4003 µModule simplifies the development cycle of a precision measurement system. The device has a high-resolution SAR-ADC, a low noise, fully differential amplifier, a stable reference buffer, and the most critical passive components.

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ADFS5758: Functionally Safe, IEC-61508 Certified 16-bit DAC

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This single channel device is functional safety approved for unipolar current output and is a fully compliant item with a systematic capability of SC3, which can be used in safety-related applications up to SIL 2, according to IEC 61508.

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AD74412R/13R: Quad-Channel, SW Configurable Input/Output Circuit

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The AD74412R/13R are quad-channel software configurable input/output solutions for building and process control applications. The ’12R’ operates up to 85°C, the ’13R’ is HART-compatible up to 105°C; both feature built-in diagnostics and alerts.

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Dual Channel 8.5A, 18V, Synchronous Step-Down Silent Switcher

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The LT8652S is a dual step-down regulator that delivers up to 8.5A of continuous current from both channels and supports loads up to 12A from each channel. It uses second-gen Silent Switcher®technology and is ideal for noise sensitive applications.

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ADRV9002: Introducing the Industry’s first Narrowband to Wideband software defined radio (SDR)

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The ADRV9002 RF transceiver provides high dynamic range and best-in-class blocker tolerance for narrow and wideband signals. It is a high performance, highly versatile part with low power consumption and operates in either TDD or FDD modes.

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Quad-Channel, Software Configurable Input/Output

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AD74412R/13R: Quad-Channel, SW Configurable Input/Output Circuit
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dsPIC33CH Dual Core Demonstration

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This video shows how the new dsPIC33CH dual core family operates two cores independently of each other making them ideal for your high-end embedded control system.
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How To Click Into MCC – Common Issues with Click Boards

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This tutorial covers a few common issues that beginner click users encounter by showing how to set up an MPLAB® Xpress development board and a LightRanger click sensor. Some of these problems include; setting up MPLAB Code Configurator, sensor data not printing, how to connect a peripheral, connecting device pins, how to program your device, MPLAB Xpress not compiling, and setting up a terminal emulator.
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Microchip’s Touchscreen Design Partners

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This video describes some of the challenges associated with touchscreen controller design, and introduces our maXTouch touch sensor module partners as a tool to reduce complexity and lower risk.
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Tech Trends – Securely Control Sensors and IoT Nodes with the MAXREFDES143#

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Today we’re going to be taking a look at the MAXREFDES143, Maxim’s newest reference design for Industrial Internet of Things applications. 
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Tap Tap Tech – Episode 8: Screen Technology

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CRT screens basically shot an electron gun at a phosphor coated screen. The electron gun shoots the electrons, an electromagnet around the gun steers the electrons to hit the appropriate place on the screen, causing the phosphor to glow. LCD screens, on the other hand, are simply a matrix of red,green, and blue dots that, depending on whether or not a voltage is flowing through them, allows light through them. Now, I've noticed a lot of confusion between LCD displays, LED displays, and OLED displays. So, let's get this straight.
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Tap Tap Tech – Episode 7: Mars

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Hey there, Josh here for OnlineComponents.com, this is Tap Tap Tech.
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Tap Tap Tech Episode 6 – Battery Technology

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Today, we’re going to discuss battery technology. This surprisingly interesting topic has wide implications in every facet of life. From storage for renewable energy to phone battery packs, batteries are everywhere and they're extremely important. While primary batteries are still important, secondary, or rechargeable batteries are what interest me now.
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Tap Tap Tech Episode 5 – Autonomous Vehicles

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Today, we’re going to discuss autonomous vehicles. Nearly ten years ago, I was watching a Nova special, the 2005 DARPA Grand Challenge, where DARPA was offering a lot of money to the fastest team that could successfully have an autonomous vehicle drive a little over a hundred and thirty miles in the desert. While it was incredibly fascinating to see the thought process the different teams put into their vehicles and all of the challenges I'd never considered, the craziest thing to me is that the 2005 Grand Challenge happened only because the 2004 Grand Challenge didn't have a single vehicle finish the course.
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