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Connected Lighting Design Simplified

We’re excited to announce our latest Connected Lighting Reference Design to simplify the process of adding wireless functionality into commercial and industrial lighting applications.


3 Things to Know when Choosing a Software Framework

What happens when you want to see a idea through to it's logical next step? One thing you'll need to consider is which software framework to use. Here we take a look at a few things to keep in mind when selecting your software. SW Framework Highlight.png

Enhancing Power Delivery Systems with CMOS ISOdrivers

CMOS Highlight.pngPower designers are being pushed to balance energy efficiency and smaller, more reliable power delivery systems. Fully integrated CMOS-based isolated gate drivers can help by offering both in smaller, more efficient packages.

Simplifying Universal Serial Bus Connectivity with USB Bridge Devices

Product manager Ramya Kota looks at some challenges that come with adding USB functionality to embedded applications, and explores ways to simplify the process. USB Bridge Highlight.png

Drive a TFT LCD with Capacitive Touchscreen - Part 1

12_title.pngConnect the Starter Kit to a touchscreen and develop a simple graphics library to create a finger painting application.

Home Automation Part 5: Meeting the Multiprotocol Challenge

In the fifth and final installment of our Home Automation series, we look at some of the challenges and opportunities that come with the fragmentation of the market in both technologies and protocols.Home Automation_part5_highlight.jpg.jpeg



Si838x Isolators Webinar

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Join our hour-long Isolation webinar on September 28, 2016 at 10:00 AM and get your questions answered

Thread Scaleability Across Large Networks

A key design consideration of Thread is its ability to scale across large networks. Scalability and reliability are increasingly important, particularly as the network size increases.Thread Highlight copy.png

Choosing Electronic Parts for Your Project - Part 3

electronic_parts_header.pngLearn how to choose parts for your electronic project from the Maker's Guide to the IoT: MCU Edition.  Part 3 covers actuators, a few families of IC chips, and power regulation.

The Importance of Timing in Today's Content Landscape

Chances are, if you're watching a movie or a TV show or even a live sporting event, it's probably being streamed to you via the Internet. Check out how our timing and synchcronization products are coordinating all of that content to keep networks running smoothly.  timing-Highlight.jpg

Trick Out Your Minecraft with the BGM111

Embedded expert James Langbridge describes how he used the Blue Gecko BGM111 Bluetooth Smart Module to enhance his Minecraft adventures. 


Choosing Electronic Parts for Your Project - Part 2

electronic_parts_header.pngLearn how to choose parts for your electronic project from the Maker's Guide to the IoT: MCU Edition.  Part 2 introduces switches,  connectors, and sensors. 


Silicon Labs Opens Nasdaq

Our 20th anniversary celebration continues, with the senior leadership team ringing in NASDAQ trading this morning. 


August 2016 Member Spotlight: hollie


We are featuring one of the Silicon Labs Community members who is active or new in the community on a monthly basis to help members connect with each other.