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2013-12-17 Wearable chipset boasts integrated nano-power tech
Quintic's QN9020 wearable platform is designed for the wearable technology market and allows OEMs to deliver products with better battery power and wireless functionality.
2013-08-23 Nano-power system timers replace MCU's internal timer
The TPL5000 with watchdog timer and TPL5100 with MOS driver both draw only 30nA of current and replace a microcontroller's internal timer, allowing the MCU to remain in low-power sleep mode.
2013-06-11 Silicon Labs pursues IoT with Energy Micro
Silicon Laboratories convinced serial entrepreneur Geir Forre to turn over his microcontroller start-up for up to $170 million as both companies make a play for the Internet of Things market.
2015-02-04 Power modules from TI target 100mA-2A industrial designs
The 17V and 5V SIMPLE SWITCHER modules tout high performance in the industry's smallest packages, and are aimed at servers, factory automation, test and measurement, and network security cameras.
2012-01-16 Integrate power mgmt functions for energy harvesting
Learn about the functional blocks needed for this role in a harvesting design.
2013-09-17 Dual EPAD MOSFET arrays expand operating range
The ALD212900A/ALD212900 features Zero-Threshold voltage, which enables circuit designs with input/output signals referenced to GND at enhanced operating voltage ranges.
2013-08-02 Develop a voltage regulator general purpose board
Read about the development and implementation of a voltage regulator GPB for lab automation characterisation.
2010-08-17 Analog architecture allows on/off chip programming
Advanced Linear Devices Inc. unveils the next generation of the company's EPAD architecture for CMOS devices, which it claims allows more precise and lower-power circuit applications.
2009-02-20 Actel's Igloo nano starter kits now available
Actel Corp. has introduced its new low-cost starter kits for their low-power Igloo nano FPGAs. Available for $49.95, the nano kits are expected to accelerate industrywide adoption of Actel's nano FPGAs.
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