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What to look for. I bought Avnet's $49 Spartan 3A development board but it was discontinued not long afterward - right about the time when I decided I needed a few dozen more. I've since done some extensive research (thanks, Google!) to find a comparable thrifty thrill.
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New series on EDN:: FPGA boards under $100
I’m kicking off a major series of hands-on reviews of sub-$100 FPGA boards, so hop on “board” as we start our exploration.
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Introducing Arduino TRE
News, trends and advice on development tools for TI Texas Instruments embedded processors
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eevblog asks: What Is An FPGA?
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EBV´s Cortex™ Collection A Platform Selection Tool for Digital Designers TIME TO UPGRADE: WIDER CHOICE, LOWER COST - 1336.
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Arduino premieres at Maker Faire Rome: Galileo with Intel and Arduino Tre (Linux)
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Size of the storage memory and RAM can vary significantly. Some systems run in 16 KB of Flash and 4 KB of RAM with a CPU operating at 8MHz, other systems can rival contemporary computers.[5] These space requirements lead to more work being done in C or embedded C++, instead of C++. Interpreted languages like BASIC and Java are not used.http://www.automateandvalidate.com
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I'm an Electronics Engineer from Ireland and I'm mainly interested in Embedded Systems. I like to keep up to date and share news about the latest developments in the embedded  industry. I have a personal website at DSPEmbedded.com and I'm also active on Twitter as @DSPEmbedded.
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The fully Digital radio transmitter: Is it real or more hype?
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Cambridge Consultants are claiming the world’s first fully digital radio transmitter built only from computing power.

Programming languages for multicore systems
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Comparing and contrasting the use of the C, C++, assembly, Java, Python, and Ada programming languages for application software development

Big SBC RAM Roundup | EE Times
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Single-board computers gaining more random access memory as the newest models hit the market.

Welcoming water metering into the 21st century
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Cheap FPGA Development Boards | Joel's Compendium of Total Knowledge
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What to look for. I bought Avnet's $49 Spartan 3A development board but it was discontinued not long afterward - right about the time when I

I am Gandalf
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How does a TV work? Just press the ‘on’ button.

FPGA boards under $100: Introduction
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I’m kicking off a major series of hands-on reviews of sub-$100 FPGA boards, so hop on “board” as we start our exploration.

The Automata Processor - Practical processing in memory
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Increasing computer performance requires a willingness to challenge decades-old concepts that are firmly ingrained in our collective ideas a

Wearable SoC: Let DSP Do 'Always Listening' Chores | EE Times
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To design a wearable SoC, forget about using a multicore app processor. Combining a multifunctional DSP core with a small MCU/CPU is one way

BASIC at 50: Bad Trip or Bad Rap? | EE Times
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Is it true that a person reared on BASIC, lingua franca of the eight-bit computer world, is forever damned by the experience? Jack Ganssle,t

How much energy can you really get from a coin cell?
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How much energy can you really get from a coin cell?

Practical tips on designing safety-critical software
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Tips for meeting the safety-critical ratings defined by IEC 61508.

Mastering the embedded software design cycle
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Creating embedded software can be a challenging endeavor that ranges from a well-defined and controlled process to shoot-from-the-hip Wild W

Choosing the correct sampling format
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Sampling is an inherent part of every modern video system but the choice of the correct sampling format depends on the application.

Everything you want (or need) to know about the new Java 8
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After two years of development - just in time for the Internet of Things) - Oracle Corp. has just released its all encompasing Java 8 platfo

A systems approach to embedded code fault detection
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A practical hands-on guide to fault detection in complex embedded systems design and some of the techniques for enhancing systems debug capa

Embedding components within PCB substrates
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Embedding components within a PCB substrate offers a range of benefits in terms of space and performance. But this alternative approach to p

Multicore basics: AMP and SMP
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Colin Walls outlines the basics of implementing software on two of the main multicore architectures – symmetric and asymmetric multiprocessi

Zynq Design From Scratch | EE Times
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For the things we have to learn before we can do them, we learn by doing them -- Aristotle

AVSBus: How do I use it?
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This last blog in a 3-part series on AVSBus deals with how to make good use of the protocol.