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Apr
27
Hexiwear is going on tour
Posted by Lana Vulic on 27 April 2017 12:08 PM

Hexiwear has gotten more and more popular with time, but it has acquired rock star status as of late. It’s going on tour with Avnet. The NXP® Connected Devices Tour starts on May 2 in Austin, Texas.

NXP® Connected Devices Tour

If you decide to participate in this IoT development workshop you will receive an IoT Gateway with a 7” touch LCD and Hexiwear BLE Kit.

There are two available dates for you to register for:

  • On May 2 in Austin, Texas.
  • On May 3 in Orlando, Florida.

The workshop agenda includes things like creating your own IoT system, selecting the right processor for IoT development, and device to cloud technologies. You will also learn how to connect Hexiwear, what are its components and a bit about the necessary application protocols.

Each of these workshops is limited to 225 registrants so make sure you register in advance if you don’t want to miss it.

Click here for more information.

For more information about Hexiwear visit the official page.

Yours sincerely,
MikroElektronika

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Apr
26
4G LTE click — carrying the LARA-R2 module from u-blox
Posted by Lana Vulic on 26 April 2017 03:54 PM

As you may have noticed all the u-blox modules we have on our click boards™ have rather lovely girl names – like NINA on the BLE3 click, and LEA for the GPS click, SARA for the 3G SARA click. This time the module is the LARA-R2, and the click that carries it is 4G LTE click. You must admit that it’s really nice sounding group.

4G LTE click

We offer two versions of this click board, one for the European market (4G LTE-E click) and one for the North America market (4G LTE-NA click).

Both click boards™ carry a cellular module from u-blox, the LARA-R2 series of LTE Cat 1. The module offers an integrated IP stack, and data rates of up to 10.3 Mb/s for download.

For more information about the 4G LTE click board see the product page.

Other click boards™ with u-blox modules

There are five more click boards™ with u-blox modules for you to check out, so click here to see them all. GSM, GPS, GNSS or Bluetooth Low Energy, everything is covered.

GPS click carries the LEA-6S high-performance position engine. With low power consumption and the ability to track 16 satellites at once. It’s the perfect combination with 4G-LTE click, if you are building an application for asset tracking.

Let us know how you would combine these click bords to achieve the best combination.

Yours sincerely,
MikroElektronika

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Apr
25
Mic click — Omnidirectional silicon microphone
Posted by Lana Vulic on 25 April 2017 01:50 PM

Small size, low power consumption, high-quality sound. What are we talking about this time? Mic click of course – the newest addition to the Audio and Voice click board™ range.

Mic click – picking up sound from any direction

Mic click carries the SPQ0410HR5H-B, a miniature, high-performance, low power, top port silicon microphone. The click is designed to run on a 3.3V power supply.

The SPQ0410HR5H-B is an omnidirectional microphone, meaning it can pick up sound equally from every direction. So, whichever way you speak to it, Mic click is going to record the signal with the same gain.

Maybe you are designing a project in which sound needs to be picked up equally from all directions. Hold it up, hold it down or to the side, it works the same. If you are looking for a microphone that will capture room sound, an audience, or the sound of passing traffic, an omnidirectional microphone will do that job perfectly.

For more information about the Mic click, see the product page.

Yours sincerely,
MikroElektronika

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Apr
24
AVR Compilers Roadmap update
Posted by Lana Vulic on 24 April 2017 01:47 PM

Ever since our software team moved into their new office they have been super productive and enthusiastic. Therefore, this roadmap update for the AVR compilers comes flying on the wings of interior design change.

AVR Compilers Roadmap highlights

The new version of the AVR compilers (v 7.00) is scheduled to be released on May 11.

The implementation of Visual TFT in the compiler IDE has started a while back and is now well under way. Soon the AVR compilers will have a single platform for coding and designing, just like PIC, dsPIC, and FT90x compilers.

Our software team has added support for STMPE610 controllers. They updated the Bootloader application so that it has the automatic hardware recognition feature. External reference to all ADC libraries has been added as well.

For more information see the AVR Compilers Roadmap page, and for the full list of supported MCUs see the AVR compiler product page.

ARM Compilers update

For the ARM compilers, we have implemented FreeRTOS, because of the enhancement poll on our Forum. This new version of the compiler will be released on June 1.

In case you have any suggestions about our compilers, please post a comment here, or on the Forum. Perhaps one of your suggestions will find its way into the next compiler update.

Yours sincerely,
MikroElektronika

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Apr
21

The easiest way to interact with electronics is through a GUI. In the best case scenario the graphic user interface is intuitive, easy to use and functional. Our newest mikromedia will allow you to build and design exactly that. mikromedia for PIC18FK has a 320×240 TFT color display and carries the PIC18FK microcontroller.

mikromedia for PIC18FK

Even if you are a beginner, you can start designing an application.

320×240 TFT Color Display with Touch Screen and Stereo MP3 Codec chip and the microSD™ card are the main highlights of this mikromedia.

The download section of the page has everything you need to get started: the Bootloader application, schematics, manuals, examples, etc.

In case you want to save pictures, or any other kind of media, the microSD memory card, and 8Mbit Serial Flash Memory has got you covered.

Clicker 2 for PIC18FK

Yesterday we released the clicker 2 that carries the same microcontroller as the mikromedia today. You could say that things are moving fast. As fast as the 64MHz operating frequency of the PIC18FK, with 16 MIPS.

For more information about the mikromedia for PIC18FK see the product page.

Yours sincerely,
MikroElektronika

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