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2010-04-30 32bit MCU packs zero-wait state flash, SRAM
Toshiba America Electronic Components has developed the 32bit TMPM380 microcontroller for the digital control of high-current circuits commonly found in industrial or appliance applications.
2009-06-25 32bit MCU has built-in capacitive touch peripheral
Atmel Corp. has released a 32bit microcontroller with a power consumption of only 0.48mW/MHz in active mode.
2009-07-01 32bit MCU delivers industrial reliability
Offering 640MOPS/160MHz peak, Hyperstone's E2 solution boasts superb industrial reliability.
2007-04-02 32bit flash MCUs tout lowest power
Atmel announced what it claims as the industry's lowest power family of 32bit flash MCUs based on its AVR32 UC3 core.
2011-07-01 32bit digital signal controllers tout energy efficiency
Freescale' new family of digital signal controllers offer high-speed analog functionality and energy savings.
2010-12-11 2D/3D chip banks on 3D in smart phones, tablets
Dialog’s DA8223, which has a hardwired, dedicated architecture that puts no extra load on the host application processor and requires no external memory, can be plugged into existing portable devices.
2014-10-15 200mm fab lives on, end nowhere in sight
Despite the upgrade to larger wafer sizeswith fabs that transitioned to 300mm over a decade agothere is still plenty of life remaining in 200mm fabs, and the introduction of MEMS-based accelerometers for motion tracking has been a boon to eight-inch wafers.
2009-10-30 1GSps ADC enables higher-density receivers
Developed on TI's BiCom3 complementary bipolar SiGe technology, the ADS5400 is specified from -40C to 85C.
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.
2009-11-18 16bit MCUs pack RF transceiver for Zigbee RF4CE
NEC offers 16bit All Flash MCUs with embedded IEEE802.15.4-compliant 2.4GHz RF transceiver for Zigbee RF4CE, an industry standard for remote control in consumer electronics.
2009-12-01 16bit MCUs integrate USB, touch sensing
Microchip's nanoWatt XLP technology provides the lowest sleep currents, with current consumption down to 20nA.
2008-07-24 16bit MCUs drive automotive, chassis control apps
Renesas Technology Corp. announced 14 new products in the M16C/5L and M16C/56 Groups, in the M16C/Tiny Series of 16bit MCUs, which belongs to the M16C Family, for automotive body and chassis control applications.
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.
2010-04-15 16bit MCU enables 5120-dot high-res display
Seiko Epson Corp. has begun shipping samples of the S1C17706 16bit microcontroller capable of 5120-dot high-resolution display.
2015-06-18 14 award-winning sensor technologies
The 2015 Sensors Expo has announced the winners of the annual "Best of Sensors Expo awards." A total of 14 awards were given in two categories: Application and Innovation.
2008-11-04 1394 CE PHY devices secure content
Texas Instruments has developed two consumer electronics 1394 (Firewire) link layer and integrated PHY devices for digitally interfacing advanced video applications with the highest level of content security.
2015-02-24 10 IoT-related trends in manufacturing, supply chain
The year 2015 will see innovative manufacturers leap ahead and use more and better sensors, add more comprehensive automation and increasingly choose local fabrication.
2007-05-14 'Personality modules' shape signal-conditioning systems
GE Fanuc Embedded Systems introduces the DaqScribe DSC-2200 series of signal-conditioning systems and the DSC-2200.Net network-centric data-acquisition systems.
2011-01-21 'First' accelerated processing unit launched
AMD has made available the new AMD Embedded G-Series processor, which the company claims is the world's first and only accelerated processing unit (APU) for embedded systems.
2005-04-01 null
Because of its cost-effective control functions, 8bit MCUs continue to be the workhorse of the automotive industry.
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