At the end of this year we have some important topics that will attend us in the upcoming year. On one hand we want to explain the recent problems with the Intel CPUs. On the other hand we want to introduce you to AMD Ryzen and the eMMC hard disk.
Every one of us probably has used the audio connector at least once. In its most popular specification the connector is used for headphones for instance. It also has a lot of different application scenarios and specifications, which we want to explain you in this article.
Today we are sharing an article, in which we want to tell you about the interface SPDIF. Although it is mostly used in the consumer electronics field, some of our Mini-PCs are equipped with this port. In this article you will find what defines SPDIF, what it is used for and how it does compared to HDMI.
Two weeks ago we initiated our new series about interfaces on our spo-comm blog with the “What is LAN?” article. Today we want to continue the series with the commonplace USB port. We use it to charge our phones or to connect a mouse or USB-stick with our computer. In this article we want to give you a glimpse of what stands behind the well-known USB and what the differences between the various specifications such as USB 2.0 or USB 3.0 Gen. 2 are.
The abbreviations LAN or WLAN are probably known by anyone – no matter if you have heard it at home or at work. In this article we want to explain you what exactly stands behind LAN and what Ethernet and WOL have to do with it.