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2004-11-25 Using the Philips LPC2000 flash utility with the Keil MCB2100 and IAR LPC210x Kickstart evaluation boards
This app note details Philips Semiconductor LPC2000 flash utility with the Keil MCB2100 and IAR LPC210x Kickstart evaluation boards
2013-04-05 TSMC to kickstart 20nm line ahead of schedule
TSMC is reportedly poised to start installing equipment for 20nm production at its fab in Tainan, Taiwan, on April 20 enabling it to begin volume production at the end of the second quarter.
2005-09-05 Micrel power switches with Kickstart current limiting feature
Micrel expanded its family of high-current protected power switches with the release of the MIC2014/15/16 chips.
2007-12-03 KickStart Kit aids Atmel AVR32 development projects
The latest IAR KickStart Kit provides professional users of the Atmel AVR32 UC Core with everything they need to begin a development project.
2005-09-08 High-current switches kickstart power distribution
Micrel's MIC2014/15/16 high-current power switches feature so-called kickstart current limiting to bring a new level of adaptability to peripheral power management.
2007-02-07 Modular kit rolls for Renesas MCUs
IAR Systems has announced a new IAR KickStart Kit that supports the full range of Renesas R8C, M16C and M32C devices by employing a modular design with a single base application board and several MCU modules.
2006-08-18 Low-cost evaluation kit rolls Luminary Micro LM3S102
IAR Systems has announced a new version of its KickStart Kit that supports the Luminary Micro LM3S102, a member of the Luminary Stellaris family of MCUs.
2007-01-23 IAR Systems rolls out new MCU devt tools
IAR Systems has rolled out the IAR PowerPac middleware family, IAR Advanced Development Kits for STR912 and LPC 2148, and IAR KickStart Kits for MCUs.
2007-01-05 Free devt tools roll for Luminary Micro MCUs
IAR Systems has announced the free availability of its IAR Embedded Workbench KickStart edition for three MCU series in Luminary Micro's Stellaris family.
2006-07-01 Evaluation kit boosts MCU-based system designs
This article describes a range of evaluation kits that considerably ease this changeover, offering advanced features such as USB powering of the board, JTAG debugging and single-button Flash download.
2005-08-19 Devt kits for ST's 32bit MCUs
STMicroelectronics announced new development kits for its STR711F and STR712F 32bit ARM-based MCUs, which are intended for high-performance but cost-sensitive applications, and which offer embedded USB or CAN interfaces.
2005-03-08 Development kit speeds migration to 32bit ARM MCUs
Atmel and IAR Systems are offering a full featured ARM development kit for $295. The development kit supports Atmel's ARM7-based MCU called the AT91SAM7S32.
2007-02-14 Stellaris LM3S811 kit rolls with IAR devt tools
Luminary Micro has announced the immediate availability of its Stellaris LM3S811 evaluation kit paired with the IAR Embedded WorkBench KickStart Edition development tools.
2004-06-21 Low investments slow surface-mount LED production
Mainland China makers are hindered by lack of capital to kickstart full-blast mass production of surface-mount LEDs.
2008-03-27 IAR starter kit rolls for Freescale ColdFire
IAR Systems has launched the IAR KickStart Kit that provides everything that a developer needs to begin developing a system on a Freescale ColdFire MCU, straight from the box.
2010-03-31 Advanced debugging using the enhanced emulation module (EEM)
This application note shows the benefits of the enhanced emulation module (EEM) advanced debug features of the MSP430 devices and how they can be used using IAR Embedded Workbench version 4.2 (full and KickStart) software development tool.
2007-02-26 Ultralow-power MCUs suit portable medical apps
TI's new series of ultralow power MCUs with up to 120Kbyte flash memory targets deeply embedded industrial sensing applications including portable medical systems.
2008-06-30 u-blox tool adds GPS to handheld apps
u-blox has launched a miniature GPS module designed for high-volume, mass-market applications that require fast, accurate positioning at a low cost.
2007-10-15 ST fields third-party starter kits for STM32 MCU
STMicroelectronics has released four evaluation and development kits, from leading third-party tool suppliers, designed to support its recently-announced STM32 MCU, which is based on ARMCortex-M3 core.
2005-11-09 New power switches from Micrel
Micrel Inc. rolled out six new additions to its family of high-current power switches: MIC2007/08/09 and MIC2017/18/19
2008-06-18 IAR Embedded Workbench supports Freescale MCUs
IAR Systems has announced the launch of IAR Embedded Workbench for Freescale S08, a new version of its well-known embedded development tool.
2014-09-25 Exploring various embedded programming languages
We typically think of the embedded programming language as being C (along with C++). In this article, we will also tackle other options where particular programming requirements demand a specific solution.
2006-07-03 Evaluation kit rolls out for Oki's ARM-based MCUs
Enea and IAR Systems announced a new evaluation platform for Oki Electric's family of ARM-based ML67Q4050 and ML67Q4060 microcontrollers.
2008-12-24 Dev't tool enables fast verification
IAR Systems has launched the IAR visualSTATE 6.20 that offers improved speed and memory efficiency, enabling rapid verification of more complex designs.
2005-02-24 Atmel, IAR offer AT91SAM7S64-IAR development kit
Atmel Corp. and IAR Systems AB have announced the AT91SAM7S64-IAR development kit in support of Atmel's recently launched AT91SAM7S-series ARM7-based flash microcontrollers at a fraction of competing 32bit development toolsets.
2005-01-28 ARM7 MCU family touts full range of flash
TI joined the growing number of MCU chip vendors that offer general purpose MCUs based on the 32bit ARM7 Thumb extension debug module multiplier interface core.
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