BlackBerry Inc. is making a play to integrate itself into smart cities and vehicles. The Waterloo ON-based technology company announced Monday that it has built a new service to provide infrastructure for vehicles and traffic lights to exchange information securely.» Read More
Maxim MAX32660 evaluation system offers a development platform with access to all the MAX32660 features in a tiny, easy-to-use board. A MAX32625PICO-based debug adapter comes attached to the main board. The debug module supports an optional 10-pin Arm® Cortex® debug connector for DAPLink functionality. Combined measurements are 0.65" x 2.2" (16.5 x 55.88mm), while the main board alone measures 0.65" x 0.95" (16.5 x 24.3mm). External connections terminate in a dual-row header footprint compatible with both thru-hole and SMT applications. This board provides a powerful processing subsystem in a very small space for easy integration into a variety of applications.
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