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Connected Lighting Q&A

Alex Koepsel, one of our product marketing engineers, sat down recently to address some of the pressing questions facing the connected lighting market, including some of the design challenges facing developers. Connected Lighting_Teaser.jpg 

Essential Best Practices and Debugging Tips for EFM32 Project Success - Part 3

debug_teaser.pngLearn how to develop embedded software with less headaches in the debugging phase by following these essential best practices.   

A Focus on Simplicity Tops Our 2017 Resolutions

Silicon Labs CMO Michele Grieshaber shares one of the areas in which we’ll be focusing this year to continue to serve the industry and improve customer experience.

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February 2017 Member Spotlight: smalldevshack

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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.

IoT Hero Jmesh Introduces an Intelligent Energy Ecosystem

blog-jmesh.jpgEven as the idea and applications for the Internet of Things have become familiar and accepted by the market, its industrial uses as a first developed component have been widespread in China for years. Learn more from IoT Hero Mr. Wang Donglin. 

Essential Best Practices and Debugging Tips for EFM32 Project Success - Part 2

debug_teaser.pngLearn the essential best practices needed to find success in working with hardware devices.

Essential Best Practices and Debugging Tips for EFM32 Project Success - Part 1

debug_teaser.pngLearn how to develop EFM32 projects with less painful mistakes.  This series is your guide and distills years of wisdom for working with embedded projects.  In part 1, the benefits of revision control systems are explained.

Embedded World 2017

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Silicon Labs will showcase the latest products at Embedded World 2016 in Nuremburg, Germany, Mar. 14-16, at Booth 4A-128. 

CES 2017 Recap: In its 50th Year, CES Finds its Voice

We spent last week at the Consumer Electronics Show, and what a week it was. 2016 was clearly dominated by voice control. Here are or some thoughts on that and other observations from Skip Ashton, Silicon Labs' VP of software engineering.

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Tying the IoT Together: Wireless Protocols

As you know, the number of devices for the connected home is growing faster than you can say “Alexa.”  And as this world expands, it’s important to understand the way in which all of these devices communicate with each other.Protocol Highlight.png

IoT Hero Airthings: Helping Customers Breathe Easily

blog-airthings2.jpgIoT Hero Airthings just launched Wave, a smart radon detector that couples sleek design with cutting-edge sensing technology to save lives. 

2016 Silicon Labs Community Highlights

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As 2017 approaches we wanted to recap some of the highlights that made the Silicon Labs Community even better this year.

Heading to Vegas for CES 2017

Nearly 180,000 people attended CES last year, and 2017 marks the event's 50th anniversary. Silicon Labs will be there, so stop by and see what we're up to. 

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Build Your own Lightsaber (Sounds)! - Part 5

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Blend sound effects for playback through the EFM32 internal DAC and connect an accelerometer to induce motion-activated sounds

Happy Holidays: Bringing a Futuristic Smart Home to Life

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The holidays are upon us, whch means its gift-giving time. Thanks to the explosion in popularity of IoT products, there’s lots of great stuff to choose from.