Are you looking for a connected car development environment to easily start? Introducing the new design tool "CCPF-SK (Connected Car Platform - Starter Kit)" that contributes to put customers' ideas into concrete shape.
In the second entry of this series, we will present the basics of automotive radar: the principle of FMCW radar, radar processing and the architecture of a radar module.
In this Blog, we will discuss how electrical fast transients (EFTs) are caused, how transceiver EFT performance is measured, and the EFT measurement results for the RAA78815x transceivers family.
The new RX140 in the RX100 series contributes to improved device performance and lower power consumption. It also features the latest touch-key IP to further enhance the design and usability of customer products.
Chris introduces the RZ/G Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) AI Board Support Package (BSP) that includes popular Open Source AI frameworks and sample benchmarking applications for each framework.
Revealing RX features in actual development! Easy improvement of system performance and functionality, easy development with long-term perspective
The Thermopile CO₂ Detector Winning Combination is a reference design using Renesas’ RTD120D dual thermopile to detect the ambient CO₂ concentration.
In this blog, we will have a brief overview of the ISO 26262 guidance on developing SEooC (Safety Element out of Context) software. We will also discuss the challenges usually encountered during SEooC software development, as well as the Renesas SEooC software solutions.
When combining RX23E-A, a microcontroller with high precision AFE, with RX72M, a microcontroller with the enhanced function for industrial network, you can realize the data acquisition (DAQ) for the IoT era.
Stefan introduces two new entry-line RA MCU groups, RA4E1 and RA6E1, designed to address key design challenges including the optimal balance between performance and power consumption, as well as seamless migration options for future designs.