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2000-08-28 AT89C51 in-circuit programming
This application note illustrates the in-circuit programmability of the Atmel AT89C51 Flash-based microcontroller.
2005-09-09 ARM7 MCU combines Ethernet, CAN, USB, encryption
Broadening its ARM7-based offerings, Atmel is launching two flash MCUs with embedded 10/100 Ethernet MAC, CAN, full-speed (12Mbps) USB 2.0 and a high speed AES/3DES encryption engine
2003-04-29 ADI MicroConverters rev processing capacity
Analog Devices Inc. has launched three additions to its MicroConverter family of devices.
2005-03-01 8bit MCU supports full-speed USB 2.0
ST's?PSD3400 Turbo Plus series of 8051-class embedded flash MCUs offers system-level-integration with flash and SRAM densities for general-purpose 8bit embedded apps
2006-03-02 16bit MCU boasts 1.8mW/MIPS power consumption
NEC Electronics' 16bit 78KOR series of flash MCUs boasts low power consumption of 1.8mW/MIPS and six times the power/performance ratio of the company's 8bit 78K0 MCUs
2004-03-02 Zilog, CMX offer "off-the-shelf" TCP/IP connectivity
Zilog and CMX Systems have announced the availability of the CMX-MicroNet TCP/IP stack and the CMX-RTX RTOS ported to the Zilog eZ80Acclaim!.
2005-05-03 Zilog teams with Japan's Yokogawa for third-party programming
Zilog Inc. has entered into a strategic relationship with Japanese device programmer Yokogawa Digital Computer Corp.
2005-05-09 ZiLOG offers seamless migration between product lines
Fully compatible with other Z8 Encore! and Z8 Encore! XP MCUs, ZiLOG's new devices promise to provide customers with a seamless migration path between product lines.
2010-03-04 Wireless MCUs tailored for home automation, metering
Silicon Laboratories has released the ultralow-power Si10xx wireless microcontroller family that addresses the power and RF requirements of battery-operated home automation systems
2009-12-14 Wireless MCUs suit Zigbee, IPv6/6LoWPAN apps
Atmel debuts a new family of AVR wireless microcontroller devices designed for wireless applications such as Zigbee and IPv6/6LoWPAN
2007-03-02 Winbond to feature 32bit MCUs at IC and system design event
Winbond Electronics Corp. will showcase two products at the 12th International IC-China Conference & Exhibitionthe W79E8XX (8051 core) LPC series and the 32bit W90P710/W90N745 (ARM core) MCU.
2015-05-14 What to ask during code reviews
There are common issues when reviewing code no matter what the size of the company or how mature the development process. Here are 10 questions that can be asked to help find potential bug-ridden areas.
2014-02-03 Wearable Technologies Innovation World 2013 winners
Here are six innovative devices out of the 20 winners from last year's Wearable Technologies Innovation World Cup that emerged victorious among 600 entrants from 69 different countries.
2003-10-10 Velocity core modules support Ethernet, USB
Velocity Semiconductor Inc. has announced the availability of the first members of its VS2000 TCM family that supports a variety of network interfaces.
2014-07-28 Utilising ARM Cortex-M based SoCs (Part 2)
The second instalment compares the capabilities of a standard microcontroller approach to the design of an embedded application to that of a system on chip approach
2014-07-17 Utilising ARM Cortex-M based SoCs (Part 1)
Learn how internal SoC peripherals, such as an op-amp, ADC, PWM, and most importantly a processor core, are used to develop a system with the least number of components on the PCB.
1999-10-18 Using a personal computer to program the AT89C51/C52/LV51/LV52/C1051/C2051
This application note describes a personal computer-based programmer for the AT89C51/C52/LV51/LV52/C1051/C2051 Flash-based microcontrollers. The programmer supports all Flash memory microcontroller functions, including code read, code write, chip erase, signature read, and lock bit write.
2010-05-10 USB-packed MCU delivers intelligent supply monitoring
From Maxim Integrated Products comes the MAXQ622 high-performance, 16bit RISC microcontroller with an integrated USB transceiver
2005-01-03 Understanding sensor data acquisition
Sensors are in widespread use, either as part of a microcontroller or separately in an embedded system. However, one of the more efficient circuit implementations combines a high-performance analog-to-digital (A/D) converter with an integrated MCU
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.
2009-07-03 Ultralow-power MCUs suit e-metering apps
Texas Instruments Inc. has introduced ultralow power MSP430F471xx microcontroller series in support of three-phase e-metering applications
2010-05-31 Ultralow-power MCUs save power even when active
STMicroelectronics's STM8L ultralow-power microcontroller family features the EnergyLite technology that saves power even when the device is active
2005-12-20 TriCore-based MCUs target industrial apps
Infineon's TC1161 and TC1162 MCUs are designed for demanding embedded apps where real-time control, DSP performance and specific peripheral functions are needed.
2010-07-06 Touch MCUs with LDO operate at 150?A/MHz
Silicon Laboratories Inc. touts the lowest power touch-sense microcontrollers maintaining a 150?A/MHz operation by virtue of an integrated low-dropout (LDO) regulator.
2003-10-02 Toshiba adopts SST SuperFlash technology
Toshiba Corp. has licensed Silicon Storage Technology Inc.'s (SST) SuperFlash technology.
2005-01-20 Tiny MCUs come in tiny 3-by-3-by-0.85mm
Philips' new 8bit MCU family with two new devices is targeted at space constrained apps.
2005-06-23 TI, Ember team up in lowest power Zigbee chipset solution
Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) has collaborated with Ember Corp. to unveil what they claim as the lowest power consuming ZigBee networking and microcontroller (MCU) platform
2005-06-30 TI, Ember partner on lowest power consuming ZigBee solution
Texas Instruments announced a collaboration with Ember Corp. to unveil what it touts as the world's lowest power consuming ZigBee networking and MCU platform.
2004-04-14 TI MCU simplifies design of medical apps
Designers of portable medical apps can simplify their designs and reduce time-to-market by using the single-chip, ultra-low power MCU from Texas Instruments.
2003-11-18 TI MCU features watchdog timer, brownout protection
Texas Instruments Inc. has announced what it claims is the industry's first single-chip MCU for electronic flow measurement and motion detection.
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