In this video, you'll learn how to use a SIGLENT SDG2122X arbitrary waveform generator and an SDS2304X oscilloscope to find the 3dB point of an RF filter. Also, confirmed it using an SSA3032X Spectrum Analyzer.
DediProg Technology, the leading provider of engineering and automated IC programmers, introduces Universal Flash Storage (UFS) programmers for engineering and high-volume mass production. The new NuProg-E, NuProg-F8, and DP3500 compliment UFS system design and adoption, especially in the area of R&D, product verification, small-scale and high-volume production.
The NuProg-E was released in early 2016 and was the First UFS programmer to access embedded UFS and removable UFS cards. Developers need these tools to develop and optimize mobile platforms to attain higher memory access speed, low power usage and larger storage density. The NuProg-E platform has been proliferated into a gang programmer and integrated into an automated handler, the DP3500, for high-volume UFS duplication for smartphone production.
"Smartphone, High-resolution video, 3D virtual reality (VR) and the latest gadgets have driven the needs of UFS devices, and have increased the complexity of design and manufacture," said Chong Tsao, the CEO of DediProg. "DediProg provides reliable solutions in UFS programming and will continue to innovate UFS technology."
"The NuProg series supports the full range of UFS devices in the market and overwhelms production challenges. It provides high-quality UFS programming and increases manufacturing efficiency with GIGABYTES (GB) of data preloaded instead of In-System-Programming (ISP)," said Jerry Wu, AVP of HTC Manufacturing Engineering.
The NuProg platform supports UFS2.0, UFS2.1, eMMC and eMCP standards, delivers high programming speed, write speeds of up to 50 MBytes/second, and read speeds of 100 MBytes/second. It is capable of accessing UFS' configurations and advanced settings like Descriptors, Attributes, LUN and Flag. Dediprog works closely with UFS semiconductor manufacturers including Samsung Semiconductor, SK Hynix, Toshiba and others to ensure all algorithms are supported and tested to meet their individual product specifications.
Designed to ease production and operation, the UFS gang programmer, NuProg-F8, supports 8 slave sockets plus 1 master socket featured with both a programmer and duplicator. The DP3500 automated programming handler can install 6 units of NuProg-F8 and achieve up to 48 sites to maximize production throughput.
DediProg designs and creates IC programming solutions for various types of flashes, Microcontrollers, and other programmable devices, and offers highly-efficient automated programming equipment to enable the design and manufacture of electronic products for the automotive, medical, wireless, consumer electronics and aerospace markets.
We often get inquiries from our customers about what slave address to use in order to communicate with their I2C slave device. A lot of this confusion stems from the fact that different vendors follow different slave address conventions.
In this post we will clarify the slave address standard used by all Total Phase products and to help developers determine what slave address they should use.
- 7-bit Addressing
- Reserved Addresses
- 8-bit Addresses
- 10-bit Addressing
The I2C specification from NXP (formerly Philips) actually specifies two different slave addressing schemes. Standard Mode I2C makes use of 7-bit addressing. 10-bit addressing was later added as an extension to standard mode I2C.
In 7-bit addressing procedure, the slave address is transferred in the first byte after the Start condition. The first seven bits of the byte comprise the slave address. The eighth bit is the read/write flag where 0 indicates a write and 1 indicates a read.
Figure 1: 7-bit addressing. The I2C bus specification specifies that in standard-mode I2C, the slave address is 7-bits long followed by the read/write bit.
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This video covers the basic uses of spectrum analyzers and describes optional features that could be helpful for your measurement needs. Enjoy!
The Advanced Cable Tester made quit a splash in 2016. The first of its kind Type-C cable tester available in its market had record-breaking sales, exceeding expectations. We knew this product was ready for great things - and the market's response confirmed our prediction.
The ACE (Annual Creativity in Electronics) Awards, in partnership with EE Times and EDN, showcase the best of the best in today's electronics industry, including the hottest new products, start-up companies, design teams, executives, and more.
ACE celebrates the promise of new talent and innovation, and pays tribute to the lifetime achievement of a top industry veteran whose contributions have had a demonstrable impact on technological, business, and cultural advancements in the world.
Oscium is honored to be recognized as the ultimate product for 2016 in the category of Wireless / RF.
Siglent have now released the new EasyScopeX software for Siglent oscilloscopes. The EasyScopeX let you connect your oscilloscope to a PC.
Visit Siglent high-quality test and measurement intruments for more information.
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- 5 GHz Real Wave View
- Gadetify Press Release
- Finding a hidden AP (it's like Easter except the egg is rotten). Same environment just using table view
- Featured on Sixty Second Tech - compliments of Gabriel Staples and Abid Jamal.
- Schematics.com checking out WiPry 5x. Thanks to Engr. Neil Edward for the post.
- EEWeb - Germany has a nice write up here. Thanks to Engr. Earl Jaducana. For those that can't read German, review is translated here.