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AutoBill – AI Powered Instant Checkout

AutoBill is an AI-powered autonomous checkout system for retail stores, that combines the power of computer vision and machine learning to provide an amazing shopping experience. AutoBill provides a faster checkout shopping experience to minimize human interactions in the store to keep shoppers and employees safer during the pandemic. AutoBill uses computer vision and machine …

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WI-FI + BLUETOOTH 5 COMBO MODULE CATERS TO INDUSTRIAL IOT

Wireless technologies provider Laird Connectivity has announced a Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac) and Bluetooth 5.1 module that it says is purpose-built for industrial Internet of Things connectivity through a secure, reliable, and robust feature set. [via] Powered by the Cypress Semiconductor CYW4373E wireless solution, the Sterling-LWB5+ was intentionally designed for industrial IoT applications where performance, size, cost, and ruggedness …

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BPW34 GAMMA RAY DETECTOR

The usual approach to radiation detection is the use of a Geiger-Müller tube and its high voltage circuit requirements, but during a quick surf through the internet today, I came across this portable and “accurate looking” solution developed by Stefan Wagner, on EasyEDA. Rather than the Geiger Muller tube and its complex circuitry, the project uses a miniature Silicon PIN …

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WORLD’S FIRST FULLY SELF-CONTAINED RASPBERRY PI AUDIO HAT BOARD WITH MERUS™ CLASS D MULTILEVEL AMPLIFIER

Infineon Technologies AG developed the world’s first fully self-contained Raspberry Pi audio amplifier HAT (Hardware attached on Top) board. It offers high definition audio at boom box power levels in a small form factor. The Infineon proprietary multilevel technology ensures minimum size and consumption, state of the art power efficiency, and HD audio quality for …

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SINGLE-ENDED, 2-CHANNEL GAN CLASS D AMPLIFIER – EVALUATION BOARD

The EVAL_AUDAMP24 e-mode GaN HEMT-based evaluation board from Infineon Technologies is a 2-channel, 225W/ch (4Ω at ±43V) or 250 W/ch (8Ω at ±63V) half-bridge class D audio power amplifier for high-end Hi-Fi audio systems. This evaluation board demonstrates how to use the IGT40R070D1 E8220 CoolGaN™ gallium nitride transistor together with the MERUS™ IRS20957SPBF controller IC, implement protection circuits, and …

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ADS131M08 8-CHANNEL SIMULTANEOUS SAMPLING DELTA-SIGMA (ΔΣ) ADC

Texas Instruments’ 24-bit, 32 kSPS ADC is optimized for cost-sensitive applications that require simultaneous sampling Texas Instruments’ ADS131M08 8-channel, simultaneously-sampling, 24-bit ΔΣ ADC offers wide dynamic range, low power, and energy-measurement-specific features. These features make the device ideal for energy metering, power metrology, and circuit breaker applications. The ADC inputs can be directly interfaced with a resistor-divider …

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ARROW ELECTRONICS INTRODUCES LOW-COST, RAPID PROTOTYPING DATA ACQUISITION PLATFORMS

Low-power, low-noise Analog Devices ICs and Intel MAX 10 FPGA in compact 86.5mm x 25mm outline Analog Devices and Arrow Electronics have worked with Trenz Electronic GmbH to produce three ready-to-use data-acquisition platforms that relieve design and manufacturing challenges for developers of professional measurement instruments. Benefits of the AnalogMAX-DAQ1 Platform: High-accuracy analog front-end: Ideal for …

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RASPBERRY PI ZERO BEAMS BACK VIDEO FROM 100,000 FEET

The Project Horus team routinely launches high-altitude balloons in Australia. However, despite their desire for it, they haven’t beamed back live video. Until now. Horus 55 beamed video back to the ground from over 100,000 feet using a Raspberry Pi and some software-defined radio gear. Be sure and check out their video, below. You might think this …

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