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Set Higher Standards for Resistors Panasonic
Resistors are arguably one of the most fundamental electronic components and are key for every single electronic circuit in existence. Take a look at the importance of resistors in modern electronic design and how the latest Panasonic range of resistors help engineers make their products more efficient.

SSH Part 2: Configuring SSH from a Windows 10 Workstation Jeff Fellinge
Microsoft’s support for the Windows Subsystem for Linux and the OpenSSH standard increases your options to manage Linux-based cloud environments and IoT devices. Use these tools to securely authenticate your devices and encrypt all communications.

Speakers: Instrumental to Listening Tony Ives
With features such as wireless connectivity, digital signal processing, and multi-room capability, speaker design is advancing to the next level. In this blog, we investigate some of the key aspects of next-generation speaker design.

SSH Part 1: Configuring SSH to Securely Connect to Remote Devices Jeff Fellinge
The Secure Shell (SSH) standard and tools provide essential command-line remote administration access for the secure and remote management of your IoT devices and cloud infrastructure. Learn how to configure SSH to securely connect to remote devices.

Bidirectional Power over Ethernet Charles Byers
Power over Ethernet combines data and power delivery over the same twisted pair cable. While standard PoE is unidirectional, driving energy from a PSE to a PD variants exist that are capable of transferring energy in either direction. This can have advantages in distributed IoT systems.

Beyond Top Secret: The Tech Behind Santa’s Sleigh Mike Parks
Santa Claus has got to be one of the most tech-savvy people in the world. Surely his sleigh is packed with cutting-edge electronics to ensure his success. While the exact specifications of his mobile command center are safely locked away at the North Pole, we can make some assumptions about the tech onboard.

Using “Reversed Amazon Echo” Techniques on a Train Whistle Charles Byers
Directional sound pickup using microphone arrays is being used in devices like the Amazon Echo. What if this technique could be reversed, controlling the sound fields of speaker arrays using digital-signal processing algorithms? This blog looks at a train whistle and how applying these techniques could prove beneficial to the application.

Linux and IoT M. Tim Jones
Linux is the most widely used operating system for the Internet of Things. That's not surprising given the breadth and depth of its capabilities. In this blog, we'll explore Linux, its architecture, and why it's at the center of the IoT universe.

The Four Market Trends Driving Antenna and Connector Innovation Molex, LLC
Molex joined Mouser in sponsoring Crowd Supply’s Teardown 2019, a gathering for discovering and sharing hardware. This year’s event focused on the four trends driving antenna and connector innovation as well as provided rapid-fire feedback from the people designing Molex solutions in their devices.

IoT Actuators and Sensors Charles Byers
IoT relies on actuators and sensors to interface with the physical world. This blog discusses some common actuator and sensor types, the control systems that link them, calibration, fault tolerance, security, power efficiency, and related topics. A real-world example of a tea-brewing robot is given.

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