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Diving into JTAG - Debugging (Part 2)

As noted in my previous article Diving into JTAG protocol. Part 1 — Overview, JTAG was initially developed for testing integrated circuits and printed circuit boards. However, its potential for debugging was realized over time, and now JTAG has become the standard protocol for microcontroller debugging. Many Firmware and Embedded engineers first encountered it in this particular context.

Optimal Parking Solutions for Smooth Operations

The integration of cutting-edge technology and modern mobility trends is reshaping the landscape of parking solutions, introducing groundbreaking enhancements to the parking experience for all involved. This evolution in parking solutions not only serves the customer's growing needs but also offers significant benefits to facility operators and owners. Addressing the complexities of parking operations requires a well-thought-out strategy that ensures smooth traffic flow, sustainability, and adherence to regulations. This article delves into the latest solutions that are revolutionizing optimal parking solutions.

Best Practices for Monitoring Device Connectivity

With the number of wireless SoCs on the market, “Just add connectivity” is finally a reality! “Just” does a lot of lifting in that phrase. Connectivity, whether wired or wireless, adds numerous layers of complexity to your device. Treating your connectivity as a black box early in development is easy, but this strategy will implode when thousands of devices enter the field - trust me, I know. It’s not enough to test from end to end a few times in the office.

Practical Zephyr - Devicetree semantics (Part 4)

Having covered the Devicetree basics in the previous article, we now add semantics to our Devicetree using so-called bindings: For each supported type, we’ll create a corresponding binding and look at the generated output to understand how it can be used with Zephyr’s Devicetree API. Notice that we’ll only look at Zephyr’s basic Devicetree API and won’t analyze specific subsystems such as gpio in detail.

Unleashing Growth: The Transformative Power of IoT Software Development for Your Business

In the rapidly evolving landscape of technology, businesses are constantly seeking innovative solutions to gain a competitive edge and foster growth. One such revolutionary technology that has emerged as a game-changer is the Internet of Things (IoT). When harnessed with the right IoT software development, businesses can unlock unprecedented opportunities for efficiency, productivity, and overall expansion. Businesses can leverage the power of IoT with the expertise of Cloud Computing Los Angeles experts.

How Advanced Technology Transforming the Healthcare Industry

In the ever-evolving healthcare landscape, integrating advanced technologies has emerged as a transformative force, reshaping the industry in unprecedented ways. The healthcare sector is undergoing a revolution driven by cutting-edge advancements, from diagnostic tools to treatment modalities.

Unlocking the Power of IIoT with Time Series Databases

This article was originally published on IIoT World and is reprinted here with permission. In the rapidly evolving world of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), organizations face numerous challenges when it comes to managing and analyzing the vast amounts of data generated by their industrial processes. Data generated by instrumented industrial equipment is consistent, predictable, and inherently time-stamped.

Practical Zephyr - Devicetree basics (Part 3)

In the previous article, we configured software using the kernel configuration tool Kconfig, and we’ve silently assumed that there’s a UART interface on our board that is configurable and used for logging. In this third article of the “Practical Zephyr” series, we’ll see how we configure and use hardware. For this, Zephyr borrows another tool from the Linux kernel: Devicetree.