Two New Video’s of QuickLogic’s Sensor Hub

Hello, and thanks for visiting!  I wanted to share two new video’s from our YouTube site, showing two of the transportation contexts available in the ArcticLink 3 S1 Ultra-low Power Sensor Hub. The first is our “On Bike” context: And the second the “In Car” context: Questions? […]

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Tap-to-wake and Rotate-wrist-to-wake

Cool announcement last week about our Wearable device-specific algorithms…what I like most about it is the following… Yup — they are ours.  While we continue to develop our ArcticLink 3 ultra-low power sensor hub hardware line, including announcing our S1 Wearable sensor hub (meant for wearable devices — its not just a clever name), we […]

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QuickLogic’s Environmental Responsibility

We spend most of our time here at HotSpots blogging about new products and technologies.  While that is all well and good, I wanted to step back from them and address a larger topic — our Environmental Responsibility. Let’s start with Conflict-free Minerals. The unique materials needed to produce certain types of semiconductor devices are […]

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Programming QuickLogic’s Sensor Hubs…

While some of you may have seen it, there was an excellent article published today by EE Journal entitled Programming QuickLogic’s Sensor Hub:Hardware from a Software Standpoint.  Its definitely worth a read when you have a minute or two! The article specifically addresses the various aspects of our ArcticLink 3 S1, from both the hardware […]

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Effective Logic Cells — Why All Logic Cells Aren’t the Same

Way back in October, we blogged about the differences between our logic cell design and that of competitors in the mobile programmable logic space.  I thought I’d take some time to revisit the topic, and go more in depth as to what advantages this offers mobile OEMs. For comparisons sake, let’s compare QuickLogic against a […]

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QuickLogic’s Sensor Hub Integrated Development Environment

Perhaps you saw our press release today about our Integrated Development Environment for sensors?  If you didn’t, or you’re looking for more information, here’s why this is really, really exciting… All-in-one tool: The IDE is a one-stop shop for developing and implementing sensor algorithms into a QuickLogic sensor hubs.   It combines algorithm development and testing […]

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EE Web Interview with Andy Pease, and a New QuickLogic Article…

Thanks for joining us, and hopefully your spring is shaping up nicely.  Today at QuickLogic Hotspots, we wanted to feature a new interview/article with Andy Pease, as well as a sensors article by yours truly.  As always, happy to answer any questions… http://www.eeweb.com/magazine/sensor-technology-quicklogic You can download a pdf of the entire magazine here Happy reading! […]

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