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EDN Asia News Alert: June 20, 2016

20 Jun 2016

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Handheld oscilloscope pairs with smartphone

It looks a bit like a digital thermometer or a battery-powered soldering iron but inside is an oscilloscope probe that connects with your smartphone or tablet.

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Of diamonds and system performance

Here's how the author challenged accepted norms that are degrading the performance of a system.

ST brings ease of design to IoT security

Compliant to the highest security industry standards, the STSAFE-A100 can be designed-in by developers without specialist security expertise due to wide-ranging support ecosystem.

Low-cost, disposable batteries use water to power biosensors

Binghamton University researchers have developed a small microbial fuel cell that uses a few drops of water to enable biosensors that can be used in resource-limited areas.

Micrium, ITTIA join for high-performance data processing

The integration of ITTIA DB SQL and C/OS RTOS allows for data saved in relational tables on both internal and external storage to be safely shared, especially for mission-critical applications.

3.5A Module works in fluctuating 12V to 36V environments

The 42VIN LTM8053 from Linear Tech houses a switching regulator controller, power switches and inductors, targeting industrial robotics, factory automation and avionics systems.

Teardown: What do you get in a $10 drone?

In this article, EDN's Brian Dipert tears down a $10 tiny drone.

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