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New Tech Tuesdays: Three Solutions That Spur Energy Harvesting Development Tommy Cummings
In this week's New Tech Tuesday, we'll look at energy-harvesting devices from Texas Instruments, Kyocera, and Würth Elektronik.

Self-Powered Wireless Sensor Nodes with Energy Harvesting Rafik Mitry
Wireless sensor nodes are emerging quickly in countless applications. Powering them is becoming a challenge, as these are usually battery-operated devices. Batteries have a definite lifetime, after which it needs to be replaced. Learn how energy harvesting could extend the battery life of a WSN.

A Year Later, How Does My Smart Mailbox Perform? Rafik Mitry
The Arduino MKRFOX 1200 Smart Mailbox was constructed at the Mouser Electronics Germany branch in Munich, and we have been testing it for the past year. In the following, we review the performance of the board over the previous year.

Cypress’ MCU Platform Built for IoT Apps Paul Golata
Cypress Semiconductors’ PSoC 6 MCU is a high-performance, ultra-low-power, and secure MCU platform, purpose-built for IoT applications. With the enablement software in ModusToolbox, support for Cypress Wi-Fi/Bluetooth modules, it allows developers to create integrated low-power, secure, cloud-connected designs.

How Wearables Will Facilitate Healthcare Stephen Evanczuk
The importance of timely healthcare data has gained special recognition during the COVID-19 pandemic, but better data will be needed well after the pandemic fades. Healthcare wearables offer an effective, long-term solution for delivering essential patient data required by healthcare workers.

MCU Sleep States: How Many Do You Really Need? Warren Miller
MCUs have found homes in just about every low power application. The ability for the MCU to enter a low power mode has made them even more attractive in a variety of power restricted designs. Recent advances in energy harvesting have created new opportunities for MCU controlled devices, and low power is critical here, too. In fact, energy harvesting presents bigger challenges than battery operated applications since power isn’t available in as predictable a manner as with batteries.

APEC Day 2: Hot Rod Layouts, SiC Proponents, and New Options for LED Lighting Drivers Aimee Kalnoskas
If you weren’t certain by Day 1 of the Applied Power Electronics Conference (APEC) exhibition what the running themes were, you found confirmation on Day 2. High density, low power, SiC and GaN all played out through new products, technical sessions, and papers.

Doing the Low-Power Limbo John Donovan
Back when they still made vinyl records the Limbo was a popular dance craze. Imported from the Caribbean via Chubby Checker, you’d try to dance yourself under a horizontal bar without falling flat on your back. The lower the bar went the more people would clap—up until the point where you crashed out and everyone laughed. The challenge was, “How low can you go?”

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