Solving embedded systems problems


Software and System design


Find the source of your complex issues


Connected IoT systems over multiple wireless technologies

Low Power

Low power and battery designs


Encryption and Security


Real-Time Operating System designs


Designs without an Operating System


Linux device drivers and single-board computer solutions: Raspberry Pi, Beaglebone Black, etc.

Statropy Software Blog

Thoughts on embedded system development and design

Hugo Shortcode Github Button

By Erik Larson on August 22, 2020

Follow @statropy Sponsor Watch Star Fork Use this template Issue Download GitHub provides a javascript library to add GitHub-related buttons to your website. This website is generated using Hugo, a static site generator written in Go. A site is generated using a theme, which specifies the layout and look of the site. It also allows customization using .toml configuration files. Content (like this blog entry) is created using markdown.

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Kali Linux zsh for macos

By Erik Larson on August 20, 2020

Follow @statropy Getting started with zsh I just recently made the switch from bash to zsh. I started trying zsh after updating my mac to Catalina and getting this message: The default interactive shell is now zsh. To update your account to use zsh, please run `chsh -s /bin/zsh`. For more details, please visit I had pretty much only used bash to that point. I started slowly with zsh, not changing the default right away as I wasn’t quite ready to give up on bash just yet.

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Contextual Electronics Podcast

By Erik Larson on August 6, 2020

I was recently a guest on the Contextual Electronics podcast. Chris Gammell and I discussed his new Bluetooth/Cellular reference board. We also went over some common gotchas in schematic capture, and how hardware and firmware designers need to work together early is the process to avoid big problems later on. It was a lot of fun talking to Chris about something we’re both so passionate about.

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