From an embedded point of view, IPv6 is the launch pad for an unlimited number of individually addressable IoT devices. Today’s lecture will feature Nordic Semiconductor’s nRF5 SoC. Utilizing development tools from Nordic Semiconductor, Segger and...
While Neural Networks are the main technology we will look at the whole range of technologies that are connected with Deep Learning and the relationship to Machine Learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI). We will also look at applications...
MCUs are the bricks on which the IoT is being built. This class will provide the background needed to understand why MCUs are used and how common IoT functions, such as power management, are implemented.
This class will provide descriptions and examples of MCU features typically used to manage power to the MCU itself.
This class will provide descriptions and examples of battery and energy harvesting based power delivery and management.
This class will provide descriptions and examples of some of the common techniques for managing components tightly coupled with the MCU- such as memory, sensors, analog components and digital communications links.
This class will focus on managing power to the rest of the board. External devices and common techniques will be illustrated using example designs.