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Pallav Aggarwal

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Raspberry Pi PICO

Overview Raspberry Pi foundation has released their latest product Raspberry Pi PICO. This is their first product using a microcontroller which they have designed inhouse. RP2040 is manufactured on a modern 40nm process node, delivering highperformance, low dynamic power consumption, and low leakage, with a varietyof low-power modes to support extended-duration operation on battery power.

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Tigard: An open source tool for hardware hacking

TIGARD is an open source tool to help engineers and hobbyists hack the hardware. It combines support for all of the most commonly used and needed interfaces on to a single board. As a drop-in replacement for dozens of other hardware tools based on FTDI chips, it has native support from a number of commonly

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ST Micro released New low-cost Wirelesss MCU

ST Micro has started getting into Wireless MCU back in 2018 and around a year back they launched MCUs with LoRa connectivity inbuilt. Now, they have expanded the STM32WB portfolio of dual-core multi-protocol microcontrollers (MCUs) by introducing the STM32WB35 and STM32WB30 Value Line, giving engineers more options to work on cost constraint real world applications. The STM32WB MCUs

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SEROBIT Launched DC-DC Modules

Serobit Digtronix, a Bangalore based startup has started manufacturing dc-dc modules which can be used in the embedded products. These are designed and manufactured in India. Hardware design engineers spends a lot of time in building high frequency, high efficiency dc-dc power supply circuits. If you have ever worked on high frequency dc-dc power supply

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ST Micro next-generation time-of-flight multizone sensor (VL53L5)

Overview ST Micro has launched a new time-of-flight sensor, VL53L5. It has an extended range of up to 4 meters with high accuracy, although accuracy numbers are not mentioned in the datasheet. It can sample at a 60Hz rate, which is really quick. ST Microelectronics already has a range of proximity sensors based on time-of-flight

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