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2008-08-27 A new reference for 8/16bit microcontroller system performance
Although 8bit MCUs continue to be the most widely used, the increasing processing requirements of many applications suggest a transition to faster processors. Much publicity is made on 32bit devices expected to bring more MIPS to address new challenges.
1999-10-29 16bit microcontroller C167R with full-CAN module: Tuning up automotive networks with the CAN bus
Serial CAN buses in motor vehicles simplify monitoring of the engine management system as well as wiring. For networking of auto-motive electronic systems, Siemens has added the SAB C167CR-LM microcontroller with integrated full-CAN module to its 16bit product family.
2009-02-06 16bit MCUs prolong battery life in mobile
Maxim Integrated Products has released the MAXQ610 16bit microcontroller, which extends battery life in low-power applications and operates from a 1.7V to 3.6V voltage range.
2005-11-21 16bit MCU portfolio targets performance, cost goals
In the advent of more complex electronic design requirements from customers for increased speed, efficiency and performance, chipmakers jumped on the 32bit bandwagon for microcontroller-intensive applications
2010-04-15 16bit MCU enables 5120-dot high-res display
Seiko Epson Corp. has begun shipping samples of the S1C17706 16bit microcontroller capable of 5120-dot high-resolution display.
2008-06-06 16bit MCU controls sensors for health care
Seiko Epson Corp. has developed the S1C17602, a low power consumption 16bit MCU that incorporates a newly developed 10bit ultralow power consumption ADC and is capable of controlling various sensors used in health care equipment
1999-10-28 SanDisk CompactFlash & Motorola 8bit microcontroller interface design reference example
The choices and modes for accessing and configuring the SanDisk CompactFlash cards are described in this note.
2011-04-13 Microcontroller targets low-cost analog front ends
Texas Instruments Inc. introduces the MSP430AFE2xx series of metrology AFE ultra-low-power 16bit microcontrollers
2005-05-30 Microcontroller evaluation board includes development tools
Cyan Technology's new, low cost MCU evaluation board comes complete with the company's patented CyanIDE Integrated Development Environment.
2005-10-11 Microchip broadens 16bit portfolio with 49 MCUs, DSCs
Microchip Technology rolls out 49 new 16bit devices comprised of the PIC24 16bit MCU family with 22 general-purpose MCUs, as well as 27 digital signal controllers under the dsPIC33 DSC family
2005-10-12 Microchip 16bit MCU line highlights performance, compatibility
Members of Microchip's new family of 16bit PIC microcontrollers are capable of up to 40MIPS performance, feature 16KB of RAM and 256KB of flash program memory, and are available in up to 100-pin packages
2009-11-05 MCUs deliver 32bit performance at 16bit code
MIPS has upgraded two of its cores and introduced a new instruction set architecture, expanding its presence in 32bit microcontrollers.
2010-02-22 MCUs boast <190?s 256-point 16bit FFT execution time
NXP Semiconductors has released the LPC1769 and LPC1759 microcontrollers that operate at 120MHz, touted to be the fastest ARM Cortex-M3 MCUs in the industry.
2009-11-18 Low-cost 32bit MCUs cut code size for 8-/16bit apps
The device takes advantage of low-power design tools, techniques and high-density silicon flash process.
2015-02-05 LAPIS adds 16bit low-power noise-resistant MCUs
LAPIS Semiconductor introduces the ML620150, a family of 16bit low-power microcontrollers that are noise and temperature resistant, ideal for use in home appliances and industrial equipment
2008-04-11 IAR Systems expands support for Microchip 16bit MCUs, DSCs
IAR Systems has strengthened its support for Microchip's range of 16bit PIC24 MCUs and dsPIC33F DSCs by adding native hardware level debug support, an integral component of IAR Embedded Workbench
2011-09-12 Guide to using 16bit tower boards with MC9S12GN32 MCU
Learn about the expansion peripherals on tower boards, and how to start rapid prototyping with Freescale 16bit microcontrollers
2012-03-16 Features of RL78 low power 16bit MCU
Read about the touted advantages of the Renesas RL78 low power 16bit MCU family over the other 8/16/32bit competitors
2009-05-20 Display Different LED Sequences Using the MAXQ2000 Microcontroller with the MAX6970 LED Driver
The MAX6970 is an 8-port, 36V constant-current LED driver that uses a 4-wire serial interface. Using this application note, the MAX6970 can be used with the MAXQ2000 16bit RISC microcontroller to create a variety of simple LED sequences with the touch of a button.
2005-08-25 Cosimulation software adds Philips' LPC2000 microcontroller
Labcenter added support for Philips' 16bit/32bit ARM7-based LPC2000 family of microcontrollers to its Proteus Virtual System Modeling (VSM) co-simulation software
2009-04-28 8/16bit MCUs claim lowest sleep current
Microchip Technology Inc. has launched its next-generation low-power PIC microcontroller families with nanoWatt XLP eXtreme Low Power Technology for sleep currents as low as 20nA
2008-08-21 16bit single-chip microcontrollers flash memory self programming
The 78K0R/Kx3 series products are equipped with an internal firmware, which allows to rewrite the flash memory without the use of an external programmers.
2013-04-04 16bit PIC MCU tweaked for cost-sensitive apps
The low cost PIC24F "KM" family of microcontrollers offer up to 16KB Flash, 2KB RAM and 512B EEPROM, along with advanced analogue integration, in low pin-count options.
2008-04-03 16bit MCUs tout 'lowest-power,' large memory
Microchip has added nine new members to its cost-effective PIC24F 16bit MCU family, which are said to consume the least power at 2.6?A standby and feature a large memory of up to 256Kbyte flash and 16Kbyte RAM
2009-12-01 16bit MCUs integrate USB, touch sensing
Microchip's nanoWatt XLP technology provides the lowest sleep currents, with current consumption down to 20nA.
2008-09-01 16bit MCU: ready for 32bit action
The C166 architecture has earned itself a reputation as one of the most successful 16bit MCU families in a wide variety of industrial and automotive applications. From the start, the C166 architecture was designed for high real-time performance, with fast execution of instructions, rapid response times, and intelligent peripheral functionality
2008-11-24 16bit MCU with stop mode suits DAQ apps
From Maxim Integrated Products comes the MAXQ2010 16bit mixed-signal MCU with power-saving stop mode that reduces power consumption to 370nA typical and 6.5?A maximum at +85C, extending the life of battery-powered devices
2015-04-15 16bit magnetic sensor enables complex 3D sensor systems
The 30mm MLX90393 programmable magnetic sensor provides a platform for testing human machine interfaces and enables complex 3D sensing systems in joysticks or rotary knobs.
1999-12-03 XA applications: new horizons for 16bit embedded control
The cost efficiencies, added functionality and time to market advantages that the 16-bit ?C XA provides will help you achieve the requisite balance of price/performance in what continues to be a highly competitive, cost-conscious marketplace.
2005-03-15 Move over 32bit MCUs, here comes 16bit
Infineon announced the expansion of its XC16x series with the release of a new family of application-specific 16bit microcontrollers
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