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<p>The PIC32 Bluetooth Audio Development Kit (part # DV320032), is available now via Microchip’s Early Adopter Program, and is expected to be widely available this summer.  Contact any Microchip sales representative if you are interested in joining the early-adopter program for this kit.</p>

Click Here for more information about the DP8051 (Click Here to see a video), and Click Here for more details about DCD's on Chip Debugger. 

Last but certainly not least, make sure you check out all of the discussions and other information resources at All Programmable Planet. For example, in addition to blogs by yours truly, microcontroller expert Duane Benson is learning how to use FPGAs to augment (sometimes replace) the MCUs in his robot (and other) projects.

SAN JOSE, Calif. – Memsic Inc. (Andover, Mass.), a manufacturer of MEMS sensor components, has announced it has agreed to be acquired by IDG-Accel China Capital II LP and its affliates MZ nvestment Holdings Ltd. and MZ Investment Holdings Merger Sub Ltd. for $4.225 per share in cash.

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Affiliates of IDG currently hold approximately 19.5 percent of the company’s outstanding common stock. IDG and its affiliates will acquire all the outstanding shares of common stock of Memsic that are not currently owned by them, including shares underlying outstanding in-the-money equity awards, for approximately $88.5 million.

Based on the company’s WiSmart EC32S13 WiFi module, Econais now offers the WisAudio reference design for streaming raw uncompressed (WAV) and compressed (MP3, FLAC, AAC) audio over WiFi. In addition, DLNA 1.5 support makes it compatible with DLNA-capable smart phones, smart TVs, game consoles, and PCs.

WisAudio’s onboard EC32S13 module with embedded MCU runs the TCP/IP stack, as well as the authentication and security protocols. Audio decoding and processing is performed by a VLSI VS1053 audio codec to natively support WAV, OGG, MP3, AAC, WMA, FLAC, and MIDI formats with on-the-fly audio decoding. The evaluation board also includes an embedded chip antenna with a range of up to 400 m in open space. Optionally, an external antenna can be mounted on the board.

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View a demo video to learn more about the WisAudio reference design.

WisAudio product brochure

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Econais, www.econais.com This article originally appeared on EDN.

SAN JOSE, Calif. — The DESIGN West show floor contained a diverse gathering of people, demos and products that caught my attention and made me reach for my camera. The following images span the spectrum from the Internet of Things to the servers and switches that make the cloud.

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Last but certainly not least, make sure you check out all of the discussions and other information resources at All Programmable Planet. For example, in addition to blogs by yours truly, microcontroller expert Duane Benson is learning how to use FPGAs to augment (sometimes replace) the MCUs in his robot (and other) projects.

TAIPEI–Taiwan's bulwark research centers are aiming to move the island nation up the supply chain from manufacturing to innovation by fostering cooperative industry/academic efforts to commercialize home-grown microelectronics, here aiming to solving environmental issues such as eliminating the negative environmental impact of rare-earth strip-mining and solving the mystery of disappearing honey bees.

To mitigate the need for the environmentally damaging strip mining practices used on the Chinese mainland to harvest rare earth minerals, IEEE Fellow Ching-Fuh Lin at National Taiwan University (NTU) has created nano-particle materials that are cheaper, more convenient to use, and easier to color balance than using the rare-earths required by solid-state lighting (SSL) today.

We are merging light and electricity by designing environmentally friendly zinc-oxide alloys, with particle sizes in the 10s of nanometer range, that perform surface emission of light, making them a viable candidate for replacing the rare earths used today,” said Lin, who is director of the Innovative Photonics Advanced Research Center (iPARC).

There’s no time to think different, anymore–we all license ARM cores and go make the same products at TSMC,” said Bogen who recently joined Energy Micro AS (Oslo) as chief marketing officer. You can differentiate much more than what we see in the products today, you just have to think different,” he said.

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