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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.
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.
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.
2007-04-12 128Mbit SPI flash memory suits high-density apps
Spansion has started sampling the S25FL128P, a 128Mbit SPI flash memory device produced using 90nm MirrorBit technology.
2007-01-29 12-in touch panel computer rolls for NI LabVIEW
National Instruments has released a 12-inch touch panel computer which works with the NI LabVIEW 8.20 Touch Panel Module.
2009-11-23 10 technologies to look forward to in 2010
EE Times has compiled emerging technologies that have potential to change the electronics landscape in 2010.
2009-06-04 'Smallest' 8bit MCU offers improved design flexibility
Silicon Laboratories Inc. has expanded its small form factor microcontrollers with the C8051T606 low-cost 8bit mixed-signal MCU.
2002-03-05 'Prescott,' 'Banias' processors to debut in 2003
The company has announced a 2003 release for its next-generation desktop processor code-named "Prescott." This was announced, along with several other upcoming products, in the recently concluded Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco.
2002-07-04 'Infrastructure IP' seen aiding SoC yields
Design-for-yield is becoming a goal for SoC designers as today's very deep-submicron semiconductor technologies of 130nm and below are reaching defect susceptibility levels that result in lower manufacturing yields and reliability.
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