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In the next 50 days, Microchip will add one click board™ per day to their quick-start library for MCC, the Code Configurator. Starting from today you can join in on the excitement. Visit the Mi [...]
We have a new click out that doesn’t mind the working environment. TouchKey 2 click has high moisture tolerance. Water droplets and wet hands pose no threat to it.
TouchKey 2 click
TouchKey 2 c [...]
Get better positioning accuracy with our new GNSS 4 click.
GNSS stands for Global Navigation Satellite System, an umbrella term that describes both the United States GPS, the Russian GLONASS [...]
Microchip has a new 32-bit microcontroller with easy-to-use encryption - CEC1702. Our two newly released clickers are supporting it.
CEC1702 clicker is a compact starter board for click board™ c [...]
Embedded World 2017 in Nuremberg Germany starts in less than 2 weeks (March 14), and all of us here at MikroElektronika are excited to see what this year's fair will bring. We will soon post the [...]
The new Hexiwear demo with GSM/GNSS click tells you Hexiwear's exact location in an SMS.
GPS location with Hexiwear
Once you turn Hexiwear on, there will be a few pre-written messages you can [...]
If you are planning an IoT project with WiFi, CC3100 is the click you should turn your head to. Theodor from electronza.com has made a detailed tutorial on how to program the CC3100 click with [...]
The ARM compiler release will add support for Microchip's CEC1702 as well as the previously mentioned MSP432.
To add the new chip we had to make a bit of a compromise, so the release will [...]
In the world of robotics and automation movement is always been a component. In the past there are really two forms of motion control, open loop systems and closed loop systems. In an open loop [...]
The reasoning behind releasing so many RTC clicks might have been obscure. It should be apparent now that we’re releasing a universal RTC library, courtesy of our firmware department.
You’ve asked for a battery charger on a click board and now you’ve got one. Pretty fast response time, we’d say.
Why do so many people want a [click board] for measuring radiation? Are these long-term preparations for a post-fallout world?
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It almost seemed like we exhausted the myriad of ways to exploit the Hall effect – Uni Hall click, Bi Hall click, Lin Hall click, 3D Hall click – but there’s at least one more angle to explore. K [...]
Silicon chips are like pop music acts. Most get outdated quickly, but those that don't tend to stay forever.