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2005-11-07 2006 to be a banner year for broadband wireless technologies
Next year will be a very important year for broadband wireless technologies with the expected launch of ZigBee, UWB and WiMAX-based products, according to the latest report from Northern Sky Research (NSR).
2009-10-14 2.4GHz wireless SoCs pack OTP memory
Nordic Semiconductor has released the nRF24LE1 OTP and nRF24LU1+ OTP the target price-sensitive consumer segments of the ultralow power wireless market that do not require flash memory.
2010-06-09 1GHz ARM-based MPU enables complex 3D rendering
Texas Instruments Inc.'s AM3715 microprocessor enables fluid, complex 3D rendering, picture-perfect visuals and increased GUI capabilities.
2013-04-04 16bit PIC MCU tweaked for cost-sensitive apps
The low cost PIC24F "KM" family of microcontrollers offer up to 16KB Flash, 2KB RAM and 512B EEPROM, along with advanced analogue integration, in low pin-count options.
2008-04-03 16bit MCUs tout 'lowest-power,' large memory
Microchip has added nine new members to its cost-effective PIC24F 16bit MCU family, which are said to consume the least power at 2.6?A standby and feature a large memory of up to 256Kbyte flash and 16Kbyte RAM.
2006-10-03 16bit MCUs target motor control, security apps
The new ZNEO Z16F family of flash MCUs from ZiLOG targets specific markets such as high-end motor control and domestic security applications.
2012-03-05 16bit MCUs boast low pin count, power use
The PIC24F 'KL' MCU family from Microchip Technology flaunts a low cost solution to consumer, medical and safety/security applications.
2008-09-01 16bit MCU: ready for 32bit action
The C166 architecture has earned itself a reputation as one of the most successful 16bit MCU families in a wide variety of industrial and automotive applications. From the start, the C166 architecture was designed for high real-time performance, with fast execution of instructions, rapid response times, and intelligent peripheral functionality.
2005-11-21 16bit MCU portfolio targets performance, cost goals
In the advent of more complex electronic design requirements from customers for increased speed, efficiency and performance, chipmakers jumped on the 32bit bandwagon for microcontroller-intensive applications.
2011-10-06 16bit MCU features 128KB embedded flash
Renesas' 78K0R/LG3-M has a dedicated electrical power calculation circuit, A/D converter and LCD driver circuit.
2008-12-08 16bit MCU core consumes
Tiempo AS has unveiled a 16bit MCU core that is claimed to consume less than 40?A per MIPS.
2005-05-04 16-bit digital signal controller targets cost-sensitive apps
Freescale says the price/performance and peripheral capability of its new 56F8000 series of digital signal controllers (DSC) address motor control for appliances, as well as digital power conversion.
2001-05-16 1394: Still the best bus for network backbones
If imitation is the highest form of flattery, those who advocate the 1394 multimedia standard ought to feel proud. Every time a group or company touts a new specification, it claims the new spec will do what 1394 already does.
2004-08-05 1394 finding design-ins despite competition
The market for products meeting the IEEE 1394 specification continues to be characterized by both tremendous opportunity and enormous ambiguity, according to a report by In-Stat/MDR.
2005-03-22 100Mb Ethernet module integrates peripheral-packed MCU
Invector Embedded Technologies introduced a miniature 10Mb/100Mb Ethernet module that includes an integrated microcontroller.
2009-06-04 'Smallest' 8bit MCU offers improved design flexibility
Silicon Laboratories Inc. has expanded its small form factor microcontrollers with the C8051T606 low-cost 8bit mixed-signal MCU.
2009-02-04 'My Wi-Fi' to enable traveling PANs
Intel Corp. wants to connect millions of Wi-Fi-enabled devices by building a wireless access point called My Wi-Fi into Centrino 2-equipped notebook PCs, establishing a personal area network (PAN) that travels with users.
2006-06-16 'First' IP video security camera uses TI's DaVinci tech
NexVision announced the first IP video security camera prototype based on Texas Instruments' DaVinci technology.
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