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What does SoC mean?
A system-on-a-chip or system-on-chip integrates all components of an electronic system into a single IC. It may comprise digital, analogue or mixed-signal functions, including RF. An alternative to SoC is a system-in-package (SiP) comprising a number of components (chips) in a single package.
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2012-04-25 Military temperature ICs operate from -55C to 125C
Microsemi's SmartFusion customizable SoC devices feature an integrated ARM Cortex-M3-based processor and targets applications where ensuring high-reliability performance is critical.
2011-08-23 Reference design supports IEEE 1588 implementation
Microsemi's Core1588 is an IP and a reference design for IEEE 1588 Precision Time Protocol on its SmartFusion customisable system-on-chip (cSoC) devices.
2012-04-18 Microsemi extends military temp IC devices
The SmartFusion customizable SoCs feature integrated ARM Cortex-M3-based processors and are fully screened to meet stringent military operating temperatures ranging from -55C to 125C.
2012-11-30 Improve efficiency of photovoltaic systems
Learn about the overall design of PV systems, along with new semiconductor advances that provide designers with the best tools for developing PV inverters.
2012-05-09 Design tools target wired, wireless infrastructure equipment
The MPM 4.0 power management solution features a GUI to simplify the visualization of power sequencing and margining that occurs in complex high availability systems.
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