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ByteSnap’s Custom Electronic Design Team at Railtex 2015

ByteSnap’s Custom Electronic Design Team at Railtex 2015

ByteSnap will unveil a high reliability, low power remedy to the rail industry’s remote monitoring headache at Railtex 2015 in May. Custom Electronic Design The demonstration consists of two units; a remote monitoring station and a rugged waterproof data logger.  The solar-powered station transmits weather data via a 10 kilometre low-power radio link.  The practical […]
CE marking – 20 things you need to know

CE marking – 20 things you need to know

Placed on several categories of products, CE marking is mandatory for machinery, electrical and electronic equipment, medical devices, personal protective equipment and toys. So if you are looking to sell an electronics product in the EU, you will need to affix a CE mark. Here’s a quick round up of interesting facts about CE marking: CE marking […]
ByteSnap Design Trade Offs on Radio-Electronics.com

ByteSnap Design Trade Offs on Radio-Electronics.com

Electronics is an art. Give the same specification to ten engineers and you will get ten, possibly wildly different designs, all of which may meet the specification perfectly. However one of those designs will win in terms of unit cost and another on development cost. Let’s explore some of the key trade-offs made during product design. […]
BBC News film Electronic Design at ByteSnap

BBC News film Electronic Design at ByteSnap

BBC News get up close and personal with Electronic Design at ByteSnap Breaking news… A BBC News crew stopped by our offices on Thursday morning and did a 2 hour pre-shoot featuring electronic design for report about the economy.  A quick look behind the scenes… Economics Editor Robert Peston’s producer Ben King and his cameraman were really pleasant […]
Microcontroller Design: Optimising Power Consumption in 12 Easy Steps

Microcontroller Design: Optimising Power Consumption in 12 Easy Steps

Long battery lifetime is a frequent requirement in embedded product design – particularly in microcontroller design. For instance, we designed an animal tracking product that could run for four years using a 1/3 of an AA cell.  Microcontrollers are getting ever more meagre in their power demands. However, consumers’ expectations of features are growing in […]

Saving time and money on testing embedded hardware

Putting design and production tests in their place Recent high-profile product recalls and failures have shown that even the most experienced and well-funded company can suffer from the limitations of product testing when testing embedded hardware. A product goes through two fundamental types of test. The first is of the design itself and the second […]

ByteSnap’s Custom Embedded Systems Projects & Electronics Consultancy

For ByteSnap Design, 2009 was a year of growth. The company’s expertise in custom embedded systems projects – including electronics design, Windows CE and Windows mobile BSP developments – has helped it to deliver a growing number of successful embedded devices on behalf of its clients. ByteSnap Design’s team and expertise has expanded to accommodate […]