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Build Smaller, Higher Efficiency DC-DC Converter Designs Paul Golata
Murata’s unique architecture for buck regulators has demonstrated an almost two-times reduction in footprint and a one-third reduction in height with significant improvements in power efficiency, transient performance, and electromagnetic interference (EMI).

Intelligent Guardians of the Community Wang Dongang
Smart security systems in smart communities leverage facial recognition, behavior recognition, and identity recognition algorithms. In the blog, we’ll discuss the current smart recognition technology, the technical difficulties, and prospects of smart algorithms.

Using Adaptive AI to Improve the Gaming Experience Michael Matuschek
AI in modern games is designed to provide a rewarding experience for as many players as possible in order to maximize a game's lifespan. Advances in hardware and cloud gaming services are providing ever increasing opportunities for this so-called hyper-personalization.

How Far Can Wearables Go in Fostering Wellness? Stephen Evanczuk
Even as methods evolve for implementing reliable cuffless blood pressure measurement, future wearables for health and fitness are likely to focus more on helping users adopt healthy behaviors, emphasizing convenience over clinical-grade accuracy.

Battle for Quantum Computing Developers Heats Up Sylvie Barak
Quantum computing continues to generate buzz. Previously rooted firmly in physicists’ realm, today’s quantum computing make it easier for non-physicists to get involved. The current talent pool is small and being snapped up fast.

Ask an Engineer for Griswold-Style Display Charles Byers
With a bit of clever design and construction, it is possible to create a very striking snowflake pattern generator as part of a holiday light display. Here are four implementation ideas for a homemade device that will surely be the coolest front yard ornament on your block.

Calculate Your Tech Quotient with Mouser Game App Tommy Cummings
Tech Quotient is a Mouser-branded app that tests your tech acumen through entertaining tasks and quizzes. The free app can be downloaded from the Apple Store or Google Play, and players can immediately compare their skills and knowledge.

Deep Learning Spearheaded by GPUs M. Tim Jones
As AI shifted to a focus on artificial neural networks, hardware accelerators soon followed to address power-hungry servers as well as power-efficient embedded devices. Even custom hardware has appeared illustrating the popularity and power of deep learning.

STM32WL Nucleo-64 Board Can Test Diverse IoT Concepts Tommy Cummings
Using the STM32WL Nucleo-64 boards—the WL55JC1 and WL55JC2—developers can test combinations of the STM32WL wireless controller’s performance, power consumption, and features.

Prototype Pulse Oximetry Applications Using Maxim Boards Greg Toth
The Maxim Integrated MAX32620FTHR and MAX30101WING enable you to prototype heart rate and blood oxygen level applications that can send sensor measurements through the internet to the Medium One IoT platform for data processing and display.

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