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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
2009-07-28 LPC2000 secondary bootloader for code update using IAP
This application note describes the design and implementation of a secondary bootloader which can update the user application code in on-chip flash via UART with 1K XMODEM protocol, SD/MMC with file system, EEPROM with I2C interface and CAN interface using IAP (In-Application Programming).
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.
2005-09-28 MCU operates at 70MHz (63MIPs)
Royal Philips Electronics announced three new additions to its LPC2000 MCU family: the LPC2101, the LPC2102 and the LPC2103.
2004-04-16 Memory-rich MCUs from Philips CAN do
Philips has added more memory and a new level of support for the automotive and industrial CAN bus to its ARM7 TDMI-based LPC2000 family of 32bit MCUs.
2005-03-01 Philips rolls out ARM9 family-based 32bit MCUs
Philips introduced what it claims as the industry's first 90nm ARM9 family-based 32bit microcontroller family.
2008-02-29 NXP, NTRU raise MCU security to next level
NXP Semiconductors and embedded security software provider NTRU have introduced one of the first software-based encryption solutions for general-purpose ARM7 MCUs.
2008-02-07 NXP, ARM expand MCU tech licensing deal
NXP Semiconductors and ARM have expanded their partnership with a new licensing agreement, including the ARM Cortex-M3 processor and other ARM technology.
2007-07-11 NXP buys Sharp ARM-based MCU product line
NXP Semiconductors has acquired the BlueStreak ARM-based MCU product line from Sharp Microelectronics of the Americas.
2008-03-28 NXP beefs up ARM MCU portfolio
NXP Semiconductors has announced the expansion of its ARM7 and ARM9 MCU portfolio with the introduction of the LPC3200 family.
2009-12-03 MCUs deliver easy-to-use USB connectivity
The USB 2.0 device controller is fully certified and supports all 4 transfer types including isochronous transfer.
2005-02-16 Emerging trends in embedded systems
Mainland manufacturers eye on developing new products and solutions targeting communications and consumer devices.
2007-09-25 ARM9 MCU series suits high-performance apps
NXP Semiconductors has expanded its portfolio of ARM7 and ARM9 microcontroller space with the introduction of the LPC2900 series.
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