TI foray into M0+ MCUs
March 18, 2023
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Texas Instruments (TI) made an announcement at the Embedded World conference that was nothing short of thrilling. With a bold move into the Cortex-M0 microcontroller market, TI has demonstrated its unwavering commitment to meeting the ever-changing needs of its customers. This microcontroller architecture is in high demand for everything from consumer electronics to industrial automation, […]

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RPI and other SOM/SBC
March 6, 2023
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In the world of DIY projects, the Raspberry Pi (RPI) has been a staple for enthusiasts, hobbyists, and professionals alike. However, with the lack of stock for the RPI, many have been forced to get creative with their projects, looking for new and innovative ways to upgrade their devices. Some have turned to reworking the […]

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How to create an LTspice model from PSpice or Tina-TI model?
December 17, 2022
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LTspice is a SPICE-based analogue electronic circuit simulator computer software produced by semiconductor manufacturer Analog Devices (originally by Linear Technology).[1] It is the most widely distributed and used SPICE software in the industry.[2] Although LTspice is a great free-to-use SPICE software with many built-in models, the models are either generic models or Analog Devices specific […]

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A new chapter
October 17, 2022
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To celebrate our 6th anniversary, we designed and trademarked a new logo to celebrate our past successes and symbolise the future of Thesis. At Thesis, we pride ourselves on helping shape our customers’ future. Our work helps our customers extend their technological advantage over the competition and opens up new growth opportunities. To illustrate this, […]

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