Category Archives: Electronic Design

Introduction to SPI Interface and Protocol

29/12/2019, hardwarebee

SPI stands for Serial Peripheral Interface. Developed by Motorola in the 1980s, SPI protocol is now a specification standard for short distance communication especially in embedded systems.
 
How Does SPI Protocol Work?
 
The SPI architecture is a typical master slave structure having a single master and communicating with

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How to Find an Electronic Design Company?

25/09/2019, hardwarebee

If you were to set out on a search for electronic design companies right now, you will find yourself spoilt for options. So how do you go about selecting an electronic design company that will be the perfect fit for your business? While there are many hardware design services out

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Comprehensive Hardware Codec solution using iWave’s Zynq UltraScale+ FPGA SOM

24/09/2019, hardwarebee

Over the past years, live video streaming has undergone major technological advancements, triggering large scale implications in various commercial and industrial applications such as security surveillance system and online video broadcast. Advancements in video compression standards such as H.264 (AVC) and H.265 (HEVC) have made it possible for users to

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Beyond SPICE – Analog/Mixed Signal Simulation

13/08/2019, hardwarebee

Many electronics developers are very familiar in doing circuit simulation using SPICE (Simulation Program with Integrated Circuit Emphasis) models, netlist and a SPICE simulator tool. There are quite some tools in the market, even some of them free of charge. In this article, I like to inspire a

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Introduction to RS-232 Standard

28/06/2019, hardwarebee

RS-232 stands for Recommendation Standard 232. Introduced in 1960 and used as serial ports in computer systems, the RS-232 is a set of standards that defines the characteristics and timing of the electrical signals that pass from the computer to the modem, as well as their meaning and size. The

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Digital to Analog Converter Basics

25/06/2019, hardwarebee

Our modern world comprises of two distinct parts: the natural (analog) and the digital. Both aspects of life and reality has its very own language. A language that only its own elements understand and can interpret.
 
A digital to analog converter is the missing link that helps us bridge

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