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New Japan Radio unrolls DSP with eMemory's OTP IP

Posted: 13 Oct 2006 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:New Japan Radio? NJU26040? DSP? eMemory? OTP?

New Japan Radio Co. Ltd (NJR) has announced the NJU26040 DSP with eMemory's Neobit one-time programmable (OTP) IP inside. The Neobit OTP memory technology can be built on any process platform, such as logic, analog, mixed-mode, high voltage, RF, SiGe and BCD, without adding additional masking step to the existing process technology.

With the on-chip/on-system programmability, structure simplicity, reliability and low power consumption characteristics, Neobit is touted to be a better solution than Mask ROM and laser/electrical fuse blocks for program code and information data storage.

"A non-volatile programmable device using pure logic processes offers faster development cycle, lower cost, and shorter time-to-market to many designs." said Charles Hsu, president of eMemory. "The NJU26040 with Neobit inside can be customized right before shipment to meet the user's exact specifications. Tailoring a single product for multiple target markets, or being able to fit the product to a specific customer, adds a lot of values to chip users."

The NJU26040 is designed for TV, mini-component, speakers system and other audio/visual products.

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