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2005-01-17 Ultrasonic reverse sensing/backup warning aid system
The number of electronic control modules within the vehicle continues to increase. Convenience and safety are continuing to drive the growth of body control electronics within the vehicle.
2005-04-11 Temp sensors consume 6?A
The two low cost, temperature sensors from Microchip feature a power consumption of 6?A current (typ) in a small SC-70 package.
2006-08-15 SAC to distribute Microchip products in Taiwan, China
Silicon Application Corp. Group have signed an agreement with Microchip Technology, to distribute its full range of products in Taiwan, China and Hong Kong.
2010-01-18 Portable medical electronics see big market in China
The portable/home electro-medical device market is enjoying a fast and stable expansion in China due to the government's medical reform, citizen's concern in healthcare and the unique features the devices are offering.
2015-05-25 Nothing left to be invented in embedded control (Part 2)
In this instalment, we learn that the power of the core independent peripherals is multiplied when we connect them together, relieving the CPU from potentially large computational loads and real-time constraints.
2010-03-29 Microchip, Google team on smart energy monitoring
Microchip Technology Inc. and Google PowerMeter have developed the first reference implementation of the Google PowerMeter API for embedded developers.
2014-08-11 Microchip to build LoRa tech-based RF products
Microchip has struck a deal with Semtech to develop RF devices for IoT using its long-range RF technologya spread spectrum modulation scheme that uses wideband linear frequency modulated pulses.
2006-12-15 Microchip forms new group to target medical device market
Microchip Technology has formed the Medical Products Group to capture the projected strong demand for electronics in the $100 billion medical device market.
2014-10-07 Flexing into future: Optimising touch sensing tech for broader markets
Popular consumer products that use multi-touch are fueling the demand for touch sensing solutions. The challenge is that applications have different requirements, but not all of them can afford the hardware, software and power budget associated with the current designs.
2005-03-28 Speedy analog tools roll
Cypress MicroSystems' microprocessor-based analog function controllers are now supported by fast, easy-to-use programming tools called PSoC Express, and competitive pricing.
2014-04-04 Sanghi: IC industry bears brunt of harsh conditions
Steve Sanghi, CEO of Microchip, talks about how the semiconductor industry has to adjust its practices to thrive in an environment where mergers fuel growth.
2016-01-22 Microchip-Atmel deal to overhaul top 3 MCU vendors
Microchip Technology Inc.'s pending $3.8-billion acquisition of Atmel Corp. would move Microchip into the No. 3 position among microcontroller vendors.
2004-06-16 Microchip MCU reduces component count, board space
Microchip Technology announced what it claims as the world's smallest microcontroller in 6-pin packages.
2004-03-18 Microchip LDO operates at very low supply current
Microchip Technology has launched a low dropout regulator that operates at a very low supply current.
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.
2011-04-28 MCU boasts capability to run on 5V supply
Microchip Technology Inc. introduces the PIC24F32KA304, an on-chip 12bit ADC, EEPROM with intelligent mTouch capacitive sensing.
2008-08-08 Changing times: MCU architectures
For a system designer looking to choose a microcontroller, the vast array of available MCUs can make the search quite complex.
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.
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