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2009-04-23 On-chip MCUs fit portable medical apps
Texas Instruments Inc. has developed the MSP430FG47x ultralow power microcontroller series designed for low-cost medical devices.
2005-11-22 ZiLOG's new Crimzon MCU offers on-chip "learning" capability
ZiLOG's ZLP12840 Crimzon MCU family offers an 'on-chip' ability to learn codes from other infrared remote controls via a learning circuit.
2007-02-21 ZiLOG unveils new MCU for networking apps
ZiLOG has added to its eZ80Acclaim! line an enhanced MCU designed for Internet/Intranet-based networking and communications applications
2005-12-20 ZiLOG MCU in ARRIS E-MTA with VoIP
ZiLOG announced that ARRIS has selected its Z8 Encore! XP MCU for use in the design of its next-generation Embedded Multimedia Terminal Adaptor (E-MTA) with VoIP, the Touchstone Telephony Modem TM502
2007-12-18 Zilog intros first 1.8V flash MCU
Zilog has released its first 1.8V low power, 8bit embedded flash MCU, designated as the Z8 Encore! XP F1680 series, which comes with extended peripherals
2007-12-27 Zilog debuts 1.8V flash MCU
Zilog announced its first 1.8V low power, 8bit embedded flash MCU with extended peripherals
2015-03-20 Wireless MCU extends range of smart home devices
The JN5169 from NXP for smart home and smart lighting flaunts what it claims as a market-first NFC-commissioning option that allows users to connect systems intuitively in a single tap.
2007-09-26 USB stick tool eases wireless MCU development
Texas Instruments Inc. has announced a new tool for designing embedded systems that combines ultralow-power MSP430 MCU with wireless communications
2010-09-03 USB MCU touts low power consumption
Microchip expanded its 8-bit and USB microcontroller (MCU) line with the PIC18F47J53. Featuring "XLP technology" for eXtreme Low Power Consumption, the new MCU offers up to 128KB flash program memory and 4KB RAM, giving plenty of code space for Microchip's free USB stack and for application code
2013-07-01 Toshiba MCU offers 1MB flash ROM, 258KB SRAM
The TMPM36BF10FG touts 2KB of backup memory and targets applications such as energy management systems, motor control equipment, communication devices, monitors, printers and POS terminals.
2006-09-08 Toshiba MCU core delivers faster processing, lower frequencies
The latest 8bit MCU core from Toshiba is said to be capable of processing one instruction cycle in a single clock cycle, enabling faster processing at lower frequencies
2014-08-20 Toshiba integrates two ARM core units in smart meter MCU
Aside from the cores, the MCU implements tamper detection, failure detection and key security functions, enabling independent control of the measurement and communication units on one chip
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
2002-11-05 TI MCU consumes 10 times lesser power
TI's MSP430F169 MCU-based SCoC has a typical standby current consumption of 1.65A and has start-up time of <65s
2013-01-22 TI MCU comes with USB 2.0
The C2000 Piccolo features a 12bit, 3MSPS, ADC with simultaneous, dual sampling and on-chip voltage reference yield quick, and accurate system feedback
2005-09-05 TI announces massive expansion of MSP430 MCU line
Texas Instruments disclosed that they plan to add over 50 new devices to its MSP430 ultra-low power microcontroller platform in the next 18 months.
2015-05-07 The MCU guy's guide to FPGAs: The hardware
Embedded design engineers usually come from MCU background, so they often have only a vague idea as to what an FPGA is. In this article, we'll consider the hardware aspects of the FPGA universe
2015-06-15 The MCU guy's guide to FPGAs: Configuration
Embedded design engineers usually come from MCU background, so they often have only a vague idea as to what an FPGA is. In this article, we are going to look into configuration techniques and technologies
2012-03-21 Taking advantage of MCU sleep modes to boost energy savings
Learn about the different MCU modes that allow energy conservation
2006-04-05 TAEC MCU targets portable consumer apps
TAEC has announced the availability of a new 32bit, single-chip MIPS-based reduced instruction set computer microcontroller with 2Mbyte of on-chip NANO FLASH memory
2004-02-26 STMicro MCU features on-chip motor control peripheral
STMicro has released its ST7MC family of MCUs for the control of three-phase induction and permanent magnet brushless motors.
2004-12-15 ST unveils new smartcard MCU with 2KB EEPROM
STMicroelectronics added a new contactless smartcard microcontroller (MCU) with 2KB of EEPROM to its ST19 family of secure MCUs
2008-06-02 ST steps up 32bit design flexibility with enhanced STM32 MCU family
STMicroelectronics has increased both the scalability and peripheral options of its 32bit STM32 MCU family, which was introduced in June 2007
2014-12-15 ST rolls out MCU portfolio in compact packages
The STM32F446 MCUs offer additional options for designers by integrating enhanced ARM Cortex-M4 processing performance, compact 256KB or 512KB on-chip Flash all with 128KB RAM
2005-03-21 ST MCU packs a lot of features
STMicroelectronics announced details of a new multi-purpose microcontroller that targets applications in wireless infrastructure equipment.
2004-11-02 ST MCU based on the SmartJ RISC architecture
ST unveiled a new smartcard MCU in its ST22 range based on the SmartJ Java-accelerated RISC architecture
2007-11-13 ST makes flash-based secure MCU using 90nm node
STMicroelectronics' new secure MCU based on embedded flash memory is said to be the first to be produced using 90nm process technology
2005-09-16 ST expands ST7Lite MCU family
STMicroelectronics announced a new series of 8bit flash microcontrollers (MCUs) within its low-cost ST7Lite family, adding new embedded peripherals to the ST7Lite feature set.
2008-04-15 ST beefs up on-chip flash of ARM-based MCUs
ST has increased the on-chip flash capacity of its STR91xFA ARM966E-S-based MCU family by introducing 1.1Mbyte and 2.1Mbyte variants, delivering higher memory density than any other ARM9-, or ARM7-TDMI-based standard MCU currently available.
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