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The world's 'smallest' ARM MCU

Posted: 10 Mar 2005 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:oki electric? oki? arm? arm microcontroller? mcu?

Oki Electric Ind. announced that they have developed the world's smallest ARM microcontroller (MCU). Housed in a Wafer level Chip Size Package (W-CSP), the ML67Q4060 series can be used for mobile devices, including multifunction remote controls, wireless headsets and digital home appliances.

The 32bit general-purpose MCU chip is also targeted at card readers as it features a security function to refuse programs and data stolen from a third party.

The ML67Q4060 MCU is presently being displayed at the Embedded Systems Conference 2005 in San Francisco.

The Embedded Systems Conference 2005 opened early this week at the Moscone Center, San Francisco and will run until today. This annual event is one of the largest systems design event in North America, bringing all players in the electronics systems design industry together with the newest technologies.

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