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2000-05-29 A Comparison of 8-Bit Microcontrollers
This application note compares Microchip's PIC16C5X/XX devices at 20MHz with other 8-bit microcontrollers, such as SGS-Thomson ST62 at 8MHz, Motorola MC68HC05 at 4.2MHz, Intel 8051 at 20MHz, Zilog Z86CXX at 12MHz and National COP800 at 20MHz.
2003-11-17 XML embedded Web support eases design
The simplest method to implementing XML embedded devices is supporting the Web processes completely in external software.
2008-06-13 Unlock universal remote's Wi-Fi secret code
With the increasing number of home-entertainment appliances in living rooms, Acoustic Research launched the ARRU449 LCD-screen-based universal remote control to reduce the clutter of brand-specific controllers.
2008-11-03 Teardowns provide renewed opportunities for Apple
Teardowns of current products are insightful, but teardowns of older products that failed can provide broader perspective.
2003-11-17 Programming outside the box
Contributors make their cases for thinking outside the box when programming and developing embedded systems.
2006-06-27 Portable speakers roll for the iPod
Logitech's mm50 portable speakers, the first integrated iPod dock from the company, is examined in this article.
2004-06-01 Picking the best solution for glue logic
Make a better product by choosing higher integration logic solutions in a single reprogrammable chip that help you make a better product.
2015-04-21 Moore's law heads toward uncertain future
Although Moore's law has guided the electronics industry, it has begun to fail in many aspects, the most pronounced being clock speed that has been pegged at 3GHz max since about 2004.
2008-06-16 Microchip polishes skills to battle the doldrums
Steve Sanghi joined Microchip Technology Inc. as president and CEO in 1990when the company was near liquidationand engineered a remarkable turnaround.
2010-08-03 Maxim, Powerchip form 300mm foundry alliance
Analog chip maker Maxim Integrated Products Inc. has formed a 300mm foundry alliance with Taiwan's Powerchip Semiconductor Corp., reports Needham & Co.
2010-10-04 Maxim undergoes a makeover
Maxim president and chief executive Tunc Doluca presented “Maxim 2.0?, a makeover of the erstwhile analog chip-focused business. The company has shaken up its corporate culture and expanded its range.
2010-07-02 LED drivers cut need for external Schottky diode
IXYS Corp. has released the LDS8710/11, LDS8720/24/26 inductor-based, high-efficiency LED driver family that eliminates the external Schottky diode normally used in the rectification loop.
2010-05-04 LED driver with PWM eases dimming control
Clare Inc. has launched the CPC9909 high-voltage HB LED driver that can drive hundreds of HB LEDs in-series and/or parallel combinations in a constant peak-current control topology.
2010-10-15 Lattice announces new CEO
Lattice Semiconductor Corp. named Darin Billerbeck president and CEO, effective Nov. 8, 2010 .
2013-05-28 IXYS to buy 4/8bit MCU unit from Samsung
As part of a $50 million agreement, IXYS will receive nearly 80 products, inventories, intellectual property and other assets exclusively related to the 4/8bit business from Samsung Electronics.
2013-04-23 IXYS rolls out 350V SSR in 8-pin SOIC package
IXYS latest device features 120mA maximum load current and 30Ohms of maximum on-resistance with 2mA of input trigger control current.
2009-02-27 How the portable gaming industry matured (Part 1)
Remember the days of Game & Watch and Game Boy? Here's a look at how the portable gaming industry has advanced in 20-odd years.
2008-08-11 Home networking to reach 168M households this year
Rapid growth in home networking, approaching 168 million households worldwide in 2008, is laying the foundation for expansion of multimedia services internationally and especially in the European markets, according to Parks Associates.
2006-08-23 EPCGlobal gaining ground as China's RFID standard
The chances of success for China's national RFID standard are diminishing as the government stays flat-footed in the face of an aggressive campaign by EPCGlobal to see its standard adopted by local manufacturers, according to a recent report from ABI Research.
2003-06-16 Early history of the DSP chip
Digital signal processing (DSP) is a technology that has become pervasive in our society, but it did not become pervasive overnight. Here's a look at how DSP developed through the years.
2003-07-01 Chip industry showing its age
Market stability has always been an elusive goal for U.S. chip vendors, but that hasn't stopped the experts from predicting the end of the boom/bust cycles every so often.
2003-06-26 32-bit segment to drive MCU growth
Bolstered by strong growth in the 32-bit segment, overall sales of MCUs are expected to rise 11 percent this year.
2004-05-04 Using the Z8 Encore! Timer
This app note highlights the Z8 Encore! timer functionality and provides a set of routines to use the device in different modes, such as one-shot and continuous modes.
2004-05-04 Using an eZ80 Flash Memory File System
This app note demonstrates a method for creating a file system that can be stored within the external Flash memory connected to eZ80 MPUs.
2004-05-04 Set up a PLL loop filter on the eZ80F91 MCU
This app note allows application developers to effectively use the eZ80F91 MCU's on-chip PLL feature as a system clock source.
2004-05-04 Interfacing an HTML Form to the eZ80F91 MCU
This app note demonstrates how to use the eZ80F91 MCU as a web-server to send electronic mails using an HTML mail submission form.
2004-05-04 Character LCD interface for the Z8 Encore!
This app note provides character LCD driver routines, coded in ANSI C, for the Z8 Encore! Flash MCU-based embedded software.
2004-05-04 An LCD drive for the Z8 Encore! MCU
This app note discusses the programming of the multiplexed type of LCD in conjunction with the Z8 Encore! MCU device.
2004-05-04 A Webpage-EEPROM Interface using the eZ80F91 webserver
This app note describes how to develop a webpage interface to transfer data from/to a peripheral hardware device (an I2C EEPROM in this case) using the webserver capabilities offered by the eZ80F91 MCU.
2004-05-04 A Webpage Interface for the eZ80F91 MCU using Java
This app note focuses on developing an application to remotely control the pins of the eZ80F91 MCU from a webpage.
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