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  1. ISF - IOT - Sensors to Servers

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    ISF
    , 10-05-2016 at 02:08 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by ISF View Post
    Introduction


    As an engineer in ARM's Applied Engineering Team, my job is to create proof-of-concepts with the latest ARM-based technologies. This sounds like an incredibly fun remit - and it is! - the biggest challenge choosing which ARM technology to focus on. It was thus fairly exciting to flip this on its head as we were designing Sensors to Servers, and to actually strive to show the breadth of ARM technologies involved in an Internet of Things (IoT) system.
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  2. ISF BLOG : This tiny device puts an entire workout in your pocket

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    ISF
    , 02-02-2015 at 02:27 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by isf.embedded View Post
    In 2014, TAO Wellness wowed the CES crowd with its smartphone-sized WellShell exercise device. This year, the team debuted its consumer-ready version along with a brand new prototype for their TAO Chair, allowing users to burn calories right from the comfort of their living rooms.

    Described by its creators as a “Tiny Gym in Your Pocket,” the handheld WellShell 2.0
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  3. Arduino is ARM too

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    ISF
    , 16-12-2014 at 04:42 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by isf.embedded View Post
    Even I am guilty of thinking at Atmel’s AVR® 8-bit micro when I hear the word Arduino. But Arduino is also ARM®-based. Problem is that people conflate Arduino the company with the Arduino IDE (integrated development environment) with the Arduino UNO, which is just one of the many hardware boards Arduino makes. I note when describing projects with my engineer friends it helps to spell things out. I try to say “the Arduino IDE” when I am talking about the software platform that runs on your
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  4. ISF Blog- Introduction to Antennas & Propagation - CSR

    by , 04-12-2013 at 10:55 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by indiasemiconductorforum View Post

    1. Introduction

    1.1. Scope
    In this series of blogs, we’re going to discuss the antenna and how to connect it to the radio. On the face of it, this seems trivial; we buy an antenna, observe the manufacturer’s layout guidelines and connect it with some sort of transmission line. However, if we are to realise the full potential of the radio device, there are several factors and design decisions that need to be made.


    But first, we’re going to define a few terms, which,
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  5. Digital Cameras to Get New Image Sensor Technology

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    ISF
    , 24-11-2013 at 12:25 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by isf.eda View Post
    Fifteen years ago (at least!) we bought an HP laptop for our home and they generously threw in a digital camera. That was the first digital camera we ever had. What a revelation it was to take pictures as long as your heart desired and delete the lousy ones.
    The downside? The image sensor was just 2 megapixels (MP). Color clarity was poor and almost every image was washed out, but we still loved it.Today, of course, you can get digital SLR cameras with 20 MP and excellent imagers embedded
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