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2002-04-04 STMicro offers EEPROM for automotive apps
STMicroelectronics has announced a new version of its M95256 SPI EEPROM that operates at the automotive temperature range of -40C to 125C, and features programming time of 5ms.
2015-07-21 Utilising FRAMs in automotive applications
FRAMs can be used for nonvolatile data logging in most automotive sub systems. This technical article discusses the use of FRAM in Automotive Event Data Recorders
2006-05-02 USB host designed for automotive apps
Cypress Semiconductor introduced a version of its CY7C67300 EZ-Host embedded USB host/peripheral controller designed for automotive applications
2007-05-28 Ultra-reliable EEPROM block add-on debuts
Austriamicrosystems AG's foundry business unit has announced the availability of EEPROM blocks for its 0.35?m process family
2006-09-26 STMicro rolls out 8bit MCUs for automotive apps
STMicroelectronics is launching its ST7FL family of 8bit MCUs for cost-sensitive car body applications including wipers, climate control, door locking, sunroof and window lift.
2005-04-14 SMIC, ISSI-Shanghai develop EEPROM technology
Semiconductor Mfg Int. Corp. (SMIC) and Integrated Silicon Solutions Inc.-Shanghai (ISSI-Shanghai) has developed a high reliability EEPROM technology
2007-12-13 Ramtron adds 4Kbit FRAM to Grade 1 automotive line
Ramtron International has added another 4Kbit FRAM memory device to its Grade 1 AEC-Q100-qualified automotive product line, growing its number of 125C parts to five
2006-03-20 Philips' flash/EEPROM technology delivers low power dissipation
Royal Philips Electronics announced that its 0.18?m CMOS embedded flash/EEPROM technology is now fully qualified for Grade-1 automotive applications.
2004-01-23 Philips announces breakthrough in embedded EEPROM
Royal Philips Electronics has developed a new low-voltage low-power EEPROM option for its 0.18?m CMOS18 process technology
2003-02-21 Micronas Hall effect switch eye automotive apps
The company's HAL 1500 programmable Hall effect switch is aimed at automotive apps requiring position sensing such as sunroofs, windows, and seat positions
2007-02-02 Microchip expands SPI serial EEPROM family
Microchip has expanded its 32Kbit SPI serial EEPROM family with two new devices that are capable of speeds up to 10MHz
2005-06-01 Melexis introduces a sensor interface IC for automotive apps
Melexis introduces a versatile, fully integrated and programmable sensor interface solution for automotive and industrial applications
2015-01-14 MagnaChip offers 0.18um automotive process technology
The 0.18um process technology aims at automotive semiconductor applications. It enables operation at high temperatures and complies with AEC-Q100 specification
2007-03-15 IC makes its way in CE, automotive apps
The latest applications exhibited at the 2007 showed the progress IC technology has made in major application fields such as consumer and automotive electronics and industrial control
2004-12-22 Holtek MCU devices eye automotive peripheral
The new 8bit MCU devices from Holtek provide three new MCU device solutions in the cost-effective A/D series range, said the press release.
2008-05-08 Hall-effect sensors transfer data in harsh automotive setups
Micronas has rolled two new members of its varioHAL family of Hall-effect sensors with digital interfaces enabling robust and reliable data transfer in harsh automotive environments
2008-10-20 Hall-effect sensor cuts costs in automotive, industrial apps
Micronas has developed the HAL 880 programmable linear Hall-effect sensor that complements the company's family of programmable linear Hall sensors HAL 8xy.
2007-05-04 Hall sensors offer accuracy for automotive apps
Micronas has announced the HAL 82x family of programmable Hall-effect sensors designed to meet the latest accuracy requirements of many automotive applications
2008-05-01 Freescale extends 8bit MCU offering for industrial, automotive
Freescale Semiconductor addresses the need for highly integrated, high-performance MCUs for the industrial and automotive markets with the addition of a new member to its S08D family that offers 8bit performance and on-chip functionality
2005-03-08 EEPROM blocks offer low power operation, high data retention
austriamicro's Full Service Foundry released what it claims is one of the industry's most reliable embedded EEPROM blocks for its 0.35?m process family
2009-12-03 Driving reliable automotive system design with FPGAs
For FPGAs to be part of an ultra-reliable design, designers must protect the valid FPGA configuration used for initialization and prevent SRAM corruption during device operation.
2009-01-27 Driving reliable automotive designs
For FPGAs to be part of an ultra-reliable design, designers must protect the valid FPGA configuration used for initialization and prevent SRAM corruption during device operation
2008-03-13 Digital pot with EEPROM runs record write cycles
A dual 8bit digital potentiometer with high-performance EEPROM and data retention and write cycles has been launched by austriamicrosystems for communications, industrial, medical and automotive applications.
2007-06-01 Design with serial EEPROM devices
Available with varying capacities, interface protocols, voltages and temperature ranges, serial EEPROM units are used in applications running the gamut from automotive to medical and consumer goods. Here are some do's and don'ts for designing with serial EEPROM devices.
2007-11-15 DAC integrates EEPROM, 12bit resolution
A DAC that combines an integrated EEPROM and 12bit resolution in a miniature 6pin SOT-23 package has been introduced by Microchip Technology Inc
2006-06-08 CMOS process tech features high-density EEPROM
Atmel announced the AT35700 high-voltage process technology with double-poly, high-density EEPROM for IC foundry customers
2002-10-04 Catalyst releases cascadable serial EEPROM
Catalyst Semiconductor's CAT24AC128 cascadable 128Kb serial EEPROM features three chip address lines, allowing up to eight devices on a common bus
2002-02-27 Catalyst offers EEPROM with Microwire, I?C interface
The company has expanded its high-speed serial EEPROM products with the addition of the CAT93HC46 with Microwire interface, and the CAT24FC32 with I?C interface
2008-10-14 Building ultra-reliable automotive systems - Part 1
With increasing frequency, automotive manufacturers regularly inquire about using FPGAs in high-reliability systems
2007-04-16 Boost automotive electric motor control with DSCs
The digital signal controller (DSC) is an ideal embedded control processor option for emerging BLDC-based applications. It is important that systems developers invest in a DSC architecture that is well suited to address the challenges of their particular applications.
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