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Dev Kit Weekly: Maxim Integrated MAXREFDES178 Cube Camera Reference Design - Video

October 21, 2022

Generally, face identification isn’t something we pay attention to, or at least I don’t. It was super cool when iPhones started using it instead of the fingerprint scan in lieu of a password, but that was a couple years ago — it’s old news, especially in the world of technology, right?


Analog Devices Announces Automotive Boost Controller that Shrinks Class-D Audio Amplifier Space by 36 Percent - News

December 21, 2021

Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI) introduced a highly efficient multi-phase synchronous boost controller that regulates high-power Class-D amplifiers in automotive infotainment systems.

AI & Machine Learning

Maxim Integrated Teams with Xailient to Provide World’s Fastest and Lowest-Power IoT Face Detection - News

July 27, 2021

Maxim Integrated Products, Inc. and Xailient Inc. announced that Maxim Integrated’s MAX78000 ultra-low power neural-network microcontroller detects and localizes faces in video and images.  


Maxim Integrated and SICK AG Announce Industry’s Smallest LiDAR Safety Laser Scanner - News

June 30, 2021

Maxim Integrated announced that its software-configurable digital IO products helped enable a 50 percent size reduction for the microScan3 Core I/O LiDAR-based safety laser scanner from SICK AG.

Analog & Power

Industry’s Lowest-Noise, Class D/G Amplifier Unveiled from Maxim Integrated - News

June 25, 2021

Maxim Integrated Products, Inc. unveiled the MAX98396 Class D/G speaker amplifier.

Analog & Power

Maxim Integrated Announces Glitch-Free Supervisor in Essential Analog Family - News

June 24, 2021

Designers can now enhance system reliability in low-voltage IoT applications with a glitch-free power-up from Maxim Integrated Products, Inc.


DEV KIT WEEKLY: Maxim Integrated Health Sensor Platform 3.0 Kit - Video

April 23, 2021

This isn’t the first Maxim Integrated development kit we’ve reviewed on Dev Kit Weekly, nor the first one that focuses on the healthcare sector. Back in 2019, we took a look at the company’s MAX86150EVSYS kit that targets mobile heart rate monitoring using ECG and PPG sensors. The Health Sensor Platform 3.0 takes that concept into a wearable form factor that integrates those same sensors, as well as a skin temperature sensor, that make it an ideal starting point for those of you developing personal fitness devices, patient health monitors, and so on.