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Wirepas and the Silicon Labs’ EFR32FG23 Sub-GHz SoC are taking on India’s Smart Metering Challenge
Wirepas and the Silicon Labs FG23 Sub-GHz SoC take on India’s smart metering challenge - speeding growth of India's advanced metering infrastructure (AMI).
Small Bluetooth Chips – How to Choose the Right Solution for Medical Devices and Wearables?
Review all our smallest Bluetooth chips optimized for medical devices and wearables, with guidance on choosing the ideal small Bluetooth chip for your device.
Convince Buyers by Designing More Secure Wi-Fi Devices
Device makers can drive smart home device demand by designing more secure Wi-Fi devices. Our Wi-Fi 6 solutions can increase your Wi-Fi device security.
Silicon Labs Offerings for the Newest Bluetooth Mesh 1.1 Update
Silicon Labs supports the newest Bluetooth Mesh 1.1 update with improved security and network efficiency. We also have a qualified Bluetooth Mesh 1.1 stack.
Introducing the EFM8BB50: A New Addition to Our 8-bit MCU Family
New to our EFM8BB5 8-bit microcontroller portfolio is the EFM8BB50, or BB50. These 8-bit MCUs are optimized for small form factor, low-cost applications.
IoT Smart Tracking Streamlines Logistics Management End-to-End
IoT Smart Tracking with wireless connectivity can revolutionize your logistics management by optimizing workflows, reducing costs, and improving efficiency.IoT Smart Tracking can revolutionize your logistics management by optimizing workflows, reducing costs, and improving efficiency.
What's New With Matter 1.2
Matter 1.2, released by the CSA, is the second update to the Matter protocol. It introduces new Matter device types, expands into new markets, and more.
How to Design Small Bluetooth Medical Devices and Wearables – Seven Design Concepts to Reduce Form Factor and Costs
Learn why Silicon Labs small BLE chips are ideal for designing Bluetooth medical devices and wearables. Review design concepts to reduce form factor and cost.
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Chalk Talks featuring Silicon Labs
Machine Learning at the Edge: Applications and Challenges
Machine learning at the TinyEdge is the way of the future but how we incorporate machine learning into our designs can take a variety of different forms. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia chats with Dan Kozin from Silicon Labs about how you can add machine learning to your next design. They investigate what machine learning workflows look like, what machine learning tools you can utilize and the key challenges you will encounter as a machine learning developer.
Security Regulations Drive Requirements
IoT Security certification schemes can be complex, but security identities and security certification inheritance can make this aspect of your IoT design quite a bit easier. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Mike Dow from Silicon Labs about the current state of global security regulations, the difference between physical and logical attacks, and how Silicon Labs SoCs and modules can help you solve the security demands of your next design.
Bluetooth has come a long way in recent years, and adding the latest Bluetooth features to your next design is easier than ever. It’s time to ditch the cables and go wireless. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Mark Beecham of Silicon labs about the latest Bluetooth capabilities including lower power, higher bandwidth, mesh, and more, as well as solutions that will make adding Bluetooth to your next design a snap.
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Series 2 Product Security
Side channel attacks such as differential power analysis (DPA) present a serious threat to our embedded designs. If we want to defend our systems from DPA and similar attacks, it is critical that we have a secure boot and root of trust. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Gregory Guez from Silicon Labs about DPA, secure debug, and the EFR32 Series 2 Platform.