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Bench Talk for Design Engineers

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New Tech Tuesdays: Sensor-Rich Expansion Board Brings Science Closer to Daily Life Tommy Cummings
DFRobot's Environment Science Expansion Board V2.0 is the Swiss army knife of expansion boards. It's micro:bit-based, and allows users to measure environmental conditions for scientific experiments or projects.

Precise Position Tracking Using Ultra-Wideband Jon Gabay
GPS technology changed the world. So too will UWB position-tracking capabilities for accurately tracking and combining data in personal, public space, and industrial applications.

Power over Ethernet Pushes Forward Jon Gabay
Wired Ethernet provides a more secure connection and will not bog down wireless networks for data hogs like high-definition streaming video. 802.3bt now adds up to 90W of power over Ethernet to each device, eliminating the need to run power. Self-power sensors and IoT devices can now thrive.

New Tech Tuesdays: Fingerprint Sensor Modules Tommy Cummings
As long as we have fingerprints, the biometric technology for fingerprint scanners and their application will continue to evolve and flourish. This week's New Tech Tuesdays highlights two fingerprint scanner products available to designers for solution-based development.

Internet-Connected AI Face Tracker Greg Toth
The Seeed Studio Sipeed Maixduino Kit for RISC-V AI + IoT allows you to prototype AI applications that can send sensor measurements through the Internet to the Medium One IoT platform for data processing and display.

New Tech Tuesdays: Face Recognition Solutions Tommy Cummings
The development of facial recognition continues as society debates the technology's merits and ethics. Meanwhile, as the technology evolves, New Tech Tuesdays is highlighting three facial-recognition products available for solution-based development.

New Tech Tuesdays: These STMicrolectronics Boards Make Noise for EVs Tommy Cummings
Let's look at three boards that, when connected, create and control audible motor sounds in quiet-running vehicles to alert pedestrians of their presence. It's like finding your electric or hybrid vehicle's voice.

A Year Later, How Does My Smart Mailbox Perform? Rafik  Mitry
The Arduino MKRFOX 1200 Smart Mailbox was constructed at the Mouser Electronics Germany branch in Munich, and we have been testing it for the past year. In the following, we review the performance of the board over the previous year.

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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