PCB configurable logic function image

Dual configurable logic: Making space for endless possibilities

Dual configurable logic from NXP is a more flexible, more economical way to implement solutions for control logic. Today, engineers are always looking to squeeze more functionality into less space,...

Read More
Page18

Talking machines: NFC on the factory floor

The emergence of smart manufacturing facilities – what some term the fourth industrial revolution, or Industrial 4.0 – is creating a new level of automation in the factory, with intelligent...

Read More
Young family having fun playing videogames at home

Tuned for performance: NFC for Linux/Windows/Android systems

Security breaches relating to corporate data and personal information are becoming all too familiar in the daily news cycle, and are unsettling reminders of just how vulnerable we are when...

Read More
05_Home_01

Connect with everything: NFC and the IoT

Today’s homes are increasingly connected. Everyday appliances are connecting to the Internet, and even things like lights and ceiling fans and thermostats can now be controlled using Internet-based protocols and...

Read More

Article overview

Recent posts

  • "Talking machines: NFC on the factory floor"

    The emergence of smart manufacturing facilities – what some term the fourth industrial revolution, or Industrial 4.0 – is creating a new level of automation in the factory, with intelligent object networking, independent process manufac... Read more

    November 19, 2014  /  No Comments

  • "Connect with everything: NFC and the IoT"

    Today’s homes are increasingly connected. Everyday appliances are connecting to the Internet, and even things like lights and ceiling fans and thermostats can now be controlled using Internet-based protocols and hardware. The Internet of ... Read more

    November 12, 2014  /  No Comments

  • "A key to NFC: Better access applications"

    Conventional keys can be copied inexpensively at corner shops, and research into 3D printing shows how easy it could soon be to replicate even sophisticated high-security metal keys. Plastic smartcards are cheaper than metal keys and harder... Read more

    November 10, 2014  /  No Comments

  • "NXP host record Analyst Day in New York City"

    It has been a busy couple of days in New York for Rick Clemmer and the rest of the NXP management team. They were in the city to host NXP’s biennial Analyst Day, meeting with investors, analysts and business media to deliver their vision ... Read more

    November 06, 2014  /  No Comments

Comments are closed.