Silicon Labs' latest generation of EZRadio transmitters includes the Si4010, the industry’s first single chip remote control IC. The Si4010 requires only one external bypass capacitor, a printed circuit board, battery and an external casing with push buttons to form a complete remote control.
Getting Started with Embedded RF Wireless Design
Wireless technology is being embedded in an increasing number of medical, security, smart home and smart metering applications. The SDBC-DK3 development kit from Silicon Labs includes everything needed to get your embedded wireless design started.
Designing for Low Power Operation
Overview of how to calculate the total power consumed in your design. Highlights Silicon Labs C8051F9xx family of ultra low power MCUs.
Advanced Gesture Recognition - Go Beyond Touch Sense
See how to add sophisticated gesture recognition to your user interface design with the innovative, patent-pending touchless slider demonstration board, highlighting Silicon Lab's low-power MCUs and proximity and ambient light sensor ICs.
Digital Isolators vs. Optocouplers
Learn why digital isolators enable the replacement of optocouplers.
Configure Your Own Custom Clock IC
See an overview of Silicon Lab's ClockBuilder web-based utility, showing how you can create a custom clock IC and get samples in just 2 weeks.
QuickSense Studio Development Tools Overview
Silicon Lab's QuickSense Studio common development environment supports the QuickSense family of Human Interface products, making it easy to design sophisticated human-machine interactions. The video shows the key aspects of the environment.
Overview of the QuickSense Human Interface Portfolio
Get an overview of the Silicon Labs QuickSenseT family of products, a unique grouping of the industry's fastest capacitive and optical sensing solutions to enable sophisticated user interfaces in electronics products.
Necip Sayiner, Silicon Labs
Video interview with Necip Sayiner, CEO of Silicon Labs in Austin, by John Donovan on 26 August 2008.