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Bench Talk for Design Engineers

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Speeding Machine Vision Development and Deployment Robert Huntley
Machine vision is a fundamental part of many industrial manufacturing and process automation implementations. FPGAs are ideally suited to the task of image and video processing, and the Microsemi/Microchip PolarFire FPGA Video and Imaging Kit is an ideal platform on which to base your next design.

Edge Computing and the Internet of Things Mike Parks
Edge computing enables IoT systems to not only reduce the amount of data they need to process but also be more judicious in what data is transmitted to the network.

Augmenting Intelligence: Enabling Neural Networks Paul Golata
Artificial neural networks (ANNs) are a connected system of nodes that transmit nerve impulses, much like human neurons do. ANNs have made significant inroads, helping technologists develop new solutions in machine vision, human speech recognition, and medical diagnostics.

Book Review: The Manga Guide to Microprocessors John Blyler
Want to learn or brush up on basic computer-processor concepts through the entertaining guise of a manga tale? The Manga Guide to Microprocessors encourages learning by adding an engaging framework covering the intricate details of the hardware and software that make up the central processing unit (CPU), the brain of all things electronic.

Introducing an MCU Guy to FPGA: Part 4 Mouser Staff
Recently, I was given a project that required transition from MCU to FPGA development. In this four-part blog series, I examine how I translated my existing knowledge and experience with MCUs into FPGA development. In Part 4, I delve into the bridges that compose the FPGA fabric.

Using Logic to Understand Programmable Logic Devices Paul Golata
Like human minds, computing devices require logic to process information. Programmable logic devices (PLDs) follow a specific set of instructions to control, compute, store, manage, and manipulate electronic information. Several categories of PLDs exist, providing design flexibility.

Introducing an MCU Guy to FPGA: Part 3 Mouser Staff
Recently I was given a project that required me to transition from MCU to FPGA development. In this four-part blog series, I examine how I translated my existing knowledge and experience with MCUs into FPGA development. In Part 2, I explored example code and discovered additional useful resources. Now in Part 3, I learned about OpenCV and simple data transferring from the FPGA to the MCU.

Introducing an MCU Guy to FPGA: Part 2 Mouser Staff
Recently I was given a project that would require me to transition from MCU to FPGA development. In this four-part blog series, I examine how I translated my existing knowledge and experiencing with MCUs into FPGA development. In Part 1, I examined some advantages and disadvantages of FPGAs, introduced the Terasic DE10 Nano development kit, and explored a few key FPGA planning considerations. Now in Part 2, I explore example code and discover additional useful resources.

Introducing an MCU Guy To FPGA: Part 1 Mouser Staff
Recently I was given a project that would require me to make the transition from MCU to FPGA development, which requires a move into the bigger and more capable ARM cortex outside of the safety and ease of the mBed environment. In this four-part blog series, I’ll examine how to translate my existing knowledge and experiencing with MCUs into FPGA development. In Part 1, we’ll begin with some advantages and disadvantages of FPGAs, introduce you to the Terasic DE10 Nano development kit, and look at a few key FPGA planning considerations.

How to Choose a Controller for Motor Applications Bill Schweber
Choosing the type of control to use for various motor applications is a strategic choice that should be made before selecting a specific vendor or model. This is because there are many trade-offs when deciding to use a general-purpose processor that is well-suited for motor control, a computation-friendly FPGA, or a dedicated control IC (the latter is most often from a specialized motion-control vendor).

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