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2008-04-29 Tools aid design of Stellaris MCUs with USB
Code Red Technologies and Luminary Micro announced the immediate availability of Red Suite v1.5 development tools for the Stellaris MCUs featuring USB.
2008-02-29 Stellaris MCUs receive software development aid
Code Red Technologies, a provider of software development tools for 32bit MCUs, has offered its Code Suite development tools to the Stellaris MCU range from Luminary Micro.
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.
2006-05-24 RTOS supports Stellaris MCUs
Pumpkin Inc. announced the availability of the Salvo real-time operating system, which supports Luminary Micro's Stellaris family of microcontrollers.
2010-10-04 Robotic evaluation board supports Stellaris
Texas Instruments Inc. has just announced the availability of its new Robotic Evaluation Board (EVALBOT) for use with Micrium's uC/OS-III. This evaluation kit is a mini robot which allows developers to experience the Stellaris ARM Cortex-M3-based LM3S9B92 MCU in real-world applications that take advantage of the processor's integrated 10/100 Ethernet MAC/PHY, USB On-The-Go, CAN, and motion control capabilities.
2008-03-05 Luminary Micro expands Stellaris ARM-based MCU line
Luminary Micro has expanded its Stellaris family of ARM Cortex-M3-based MCUs with 19 devices that provide cost-effective entry points and precise motion control support.
2007-03-26 MCUs suit embedded motion control applications
Luminary Micro has announced the immediate availability of five new Stellaris MCUs with features suited for embedded motion control applications.
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.
2007-01-05 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.
2009-03-05 Fourth-gen MCUs achieve up to 100MHz
Luminary Micro Inc. has provided details of its fourth generation family of Stellaris MCUs. These products provide faster ARM Cortex-M3 speed options up to 125DMIPS (100MHz), incorporation of the ARM Cortex-M3 R2P0 low power core and extended on-chip software in ROM.
2006-07-11 Evaluation kit for LM3S102 MCU now available
Luminary Micro and Rowley Associates have announced the availability of CrossFire LM3S102 evaluation kit for the Stellaris LM3S102 Cortex-M3 microcontroller.
2014-03-20 Configuring MCU with pin multiplexing
Here's an overview of the pin muxing implementation.
2006-03-31 ARM-based MCU costs $1
Luminary Micro announced the first members of its Stellaris family of 32bit MCUs with an entry-level price of $1.
2012-12-21 AIR Module family tweaked for ZigBee standard
The new family of AIR module comes bundled with AIR support for Zigbee, a solution that provides time saving AIR-ZNP firmware, pre-certification to applicable global standards, and dev tools.
2010-09-23 Wireless kits expedite 13.56MHz, 2.4GHz, ZigBee design
TI launched three wireless kits integrating the Stellaris MCU, promising to speed up design of wireless network apps.
2008-05-08 ThreadX RTOS supports latest Luminary MCUs
Express Logic Inc.'s ThreadX RTOS and USBX USB host/device stack now support Luminary Micro's new Stellaris LM3S3000 Series and LM3S5000 Series ARM Cortex-M3-based MCUs.
2009-04-13 SBC RDK loads multiple connectivity options
Luminary Micro has launched the new Stellaris Intelligent 3.5-inch landscape display single-board computer reference design kit (RDK-IDM-SBC) featuring fully integrated 10/100 Ethernet (MAC+PHY), USB host and CAN interfaces.
2012-02-27 MCUs support ARM's software interface standard
TI's Stellaris MCUs are enhanced by ARM's CMSIS libraries by simplifying implementation of floating point, single instruction multiple data and DSP operations.
2009-04-07 Development kit supports ARM-based MCUs
Luminary Micro has released the new Stellaris DK-LM3S9B96 development kit platform in support of the 10 recently-launched Stellaris MCUs.
2011-10-31 ARM-based MCU touts 1.6uA standby current
TI's Stellaris ARM Cortex-M4F MCU has two 12bit ADCs and three comparators thatÿsupport mixed-signal applications.
2006-05-24 32bit MCUs integrate ADC, motion control
Luminary Micro announced the availability of its next four Stellaris family 32bit MCUs.
2011-01-06 ZigBee network processor comes with software stack
TI’s CC2530ZNP is a simple solution that does not require designers to learn the complexities of a full ZigBee stack.
2011-08-09 TI's Smart Energy solution receives Zigbee certification
TI's Z-Stack 2.5.0 is now ZigBee certified for its Smart Energy 1.1implementation that will aid developers in creating interoperable, consumer-friendly HAN technologies.
2010-09-30 TI honors innovative microcontroller designs
Texas Instruments hands out DesignStellaris awards to innovative designs
2009-05-19 TI acquires ARM Cortex MCU supplier
Texas Instruments Inc. is expanding its microcontroller portfolio with the acquisition of Luminary Micro, a supplier of ARM Cortex-M3-based 32bit MCUs.
2012-12-04 Taking apart the latest iMac
This teardown from iFixit showcases the iMac Intel 21.5 inch EMC 2544 which features a thinner case and a quad-core Intel i5 or i7 processor.
2012-06-13 Step down regulator targets smart meters, sensors
Texas Instruments' 200mA, 60V TPS54061 SWIFT high-density, synchronous step-down regulator offers 90 percent efficiency at 24Vin, 5Vout at 50kHz.
2008-04-22 NI LabVIEW tailored for ARM MCUs
National Instruments and ARM have announced the NI LabVIEW Embedded Module for ARM MCUs, an extension of the LabVIEW graphical system design platform that directly targets the ARM 7, ARM 9 and Cortex-M3 MCU families.
2008-07-01 Microcontrollers embrace USBs
Living up to its name, the USB is supplanting the RS-232 bus as the standard serial interface in general-purpose MCUs. The capability of integrated USB is also increasing as more devices incorporate both host and On-the-Go (OTG) capability to augment the endpoint-device interfaces of earlier MCUs. Recent product introductions show that the USB is making inroads into more specialized devices as well, targeting applications such as automotive, industrial and ultralow-power consumer products.
2011-12-06 MCUs target industrial automation designs
The Sitara AM335x ARM Cortex-A8 MPUs deliver from 275-720MHz and power dissipation levels below 7mW.
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