At Cardinal Peak, quality assurance is of utmost importance. Our QA team works continuously through every project to reduce uncertainty and ensure your product gets to market.
Why is quality assurance so important? At Cardinal Peak, we engineer quality testing into each step of the engineering process to reduce uncertainty and ensure your product gets to market.
From conference rooms and control systems to stage band applications, this post discusses numerous potential new use cases for Analog Device’s Automotive Audio Bus® (A2B) digital audio bus technology that extend the technology beyond use in automotive applications.
Delving into how the A2B audio bus technology works, this post highlights the technology’s advantages and its use in automotive applications.
Have you ever wanted to turn your lights on/off using either a physical switch running Zigbee or by a BLE application on a smartphone? Read more to discover how you can build a device to do precisely that.
Exploring Silicon Lab’s BLE/Zigbee multiprotocol implementation using their development kit based on EFR32xG21 SoCs, this post details how the protocol reduces the hardware cost as you only need one radio to support two protocols.
Thanks to capacitive touch technologies, sensors are now replacing buttons and switches in many consumer electronics. This post details how the tech works and our team’s experience in adapting the technology to an unusual environment.
An FPGA is like an older gate array, but the metal interconnections between the gate array logic elements are replaced by SRAM fabric that is infinitely flexible and doesn’t wear out. This fabric allows you to use the same FPGA to implement a myriad of digital circuits. Explore FPGAs and how to address their challenges like reprogramming the SRAM every time you power up.
Mentoring high school students through innovative and educational mentor-based programs like FIRST enables Cardinal Peak engineers to inspire the STEM workers of tomorrow.
You’ll find that a lot of engineers like to tinker. In addition to the projects we work on for clients or employers, a lot of us like to put our skills to the test when it comes to our own homes, too. In my case, I wanted to try my hand at creating a home…