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#Xbee - #Wireless Joystick Control and Distance Measuring #Robot:

https://www.engineersgarage.com/contribution/xbee-wireless-joystick-control-distance-measuring-robot

This project demonstrates the use of xbee as the #transceiver where the robot is controlled and distance is measured wirelessly through the xbee. The robot can be moved to the place within the range OF 30m (indoor) or 100m (outdoor) to measure the any distance.

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#Gate Level Minimization: #Digital #Electronics

https://www.engineersgarage.com/Articles/Digital-Electronics-Gate-Level-Minimization-K-Map-Quine-McCluskey-method

The simplification of a #boolean expression using theorems and postulates is quite cumbersome and prone to errors. Therefore, for simplification of boolean expressions, some map methods were devised. The most commonly used map method is #Karnaugh Map or K-Map.

These methods are based on the fact that every boolean function has a unique truth table. A boolean function can be represented by several boolean expressions but its truth table will always remain the same. This is due to the fact that a digital circuit will always have fixed outputs or response corresponding to the #inputs. Let us first discuss, K-map.

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Working with microcontrollers is quite easy. The popular microcontrollers like AVR, 8051, PIC, ARM etc well expose an engineer to software development aspect of embedded systems. But there is another approach of embedded development as well - Hardware based Embedded Design. Unfortunately, microcontrollers lack capability to expose an engineer to this aspect of embedded development. Here comes the #FPGA.
https://www.engineersgarage.com/blogs/FPGA-Vs-Microcontrollers-Embedded-Systems

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Tests For Smallest “#Spin #Qubit” Chip For #Quantum Computing Begin At #Intel:

https://www.engineersgarage.com/news/tests-smallest-spin-qubit-chip-quantum-computing-begin-intel

The Intel research team is taking new leaps towards quantum computers by examining a small new “spin qubit” chip.

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Tests For Smallest “#Spin #Qubit” Chip For #Quantum Computing Begin At #Intel:

https://www.engineersgarage.com/news/tests-smallest-spin-qubit-chip-quantum-computing-begin-intel

The Intel research team is taking new leaps towards quantum computers by examining a small new “spin qubit” chip.

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Let’s Learn A Few Things About An Artificial Engine That Knows Your Emotional Status:

https://www.engineersgarage.com/news/let-learn-few-things-about-artificial-engine-knows-your-emotional-status

If you ask Dr. Anbang Yao, the Senior Staff Research Scientist from Intel labs China, he is actually helping machines take a look at the world like humans.

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#SiC #Schottky #Diodes Brings Down Space Needs As Well As Total Costs:

https://www.engineersgarage.com/news/sic-schottky-diodes-brings-down-space-needs-well-total-costs

#Littelfuse Inc. recently expanded its #Silicon #Carbide (Sic) profile of semiconductors. The list of new additions include five GEN2 Series 3L TO-247, 1200 V Schottky Diodes along with three GEN2 Series 2L TO-263 Schottky Diodes.

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Getting Started With #FPGA:

https://www.engineersgarage.com/blogs/Getting-Started-with-FPGA

The FPGA is one of the technologies which let an #embedded #engineer access hardware design of an embedded system. Its greatest advantages include multi-threading, real-time #processing, wide scope for custom #ASIC design (within available logic blocks on the FPGA chip).

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Getting Started With #FPGA:

https://www.engineersgarage.com/blogs/Getting-Started-with-FPGA

The FPGA is one of the technologies which let an #embedded #engineer access hardware design of an embedded system. Its greatest advantages include multi-threading, real-time #processing, wide scope for custom #ASIC design (within available logic blocks on the FPGA chip).
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