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2007-08-31 RISC MCU rolls with on-chip dot matrix LCD driver
The S1C17701 from Seiko Epson Corp. is a single-chip MCU featuring on-chip flash ROM and a high-resolution dot matrix LCD driver
2006-10-24 Renesas unveils car MCU with MONOS embedded flash
Renesas Technology America has unveiled its first MCU built with the company's metal oxide nitride oxide silicon embedded flash technology
2004-07-13 Renesas expands 32-bit RISC MCU portfolio
Renesas announced the M32192 Group as an addition to its lineup of M32R/ECU series of 32-bit RISC MCUs for automotive driving safety support systems
2005-08-19 New MCU models from Renesas
Renesas Technology announced four SH7261 high-performance MCU models, incorporating the 32bit RISC MCU SuperH family's new SH2A-FPU CPU core, for use in car audio, home audio and similar digital audio products.
2007-02-06 NEC expands MCU line for inverter control apps
NEC Electronics has added six highly integrated devices to its 32bit RISC MCU product portfolio for inverter-control systems.
2007-10-12 MCU supports emerging car interface standards
NEC Electronics' V850E/CAG4-M automotive MCU extends the V850 32bit MCU family into the high-performance range, with the FlexRay and MediaLB interfaces supporting emerging standards for communication within automotive applications
2008-03-18 MCU integrates SMSC MediaLB interface
Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe has started to implement SMCS's Media Local Bus technology in the latest member of its 32bit MB91460 MCU product series
2003-02-24 Fujitsu ships low power CAN MCU
The MB91F376G 32-bit CAN microcontroller from Fujitsu Microelectronics offers 768KB of embedded Flash memory.
2003-04-10 Fujitsu MCU implements direct memory access
The MB91302 32-bit RISC MCU from Fujitsu Ltd implements direct memory access that significantly increases data transfer speeds.
2008-02-29 Flash MCU integrates high-res dot matrix LCD driver
Seiko Epson has developed the S1C17702, a 16bit flash MCU that claims the industry's highest-resolution dot-matrix LCD driver
2003-05-02 EM Microelectronics RISC MCU has high-current I/Os
EM Microelectronic-Marin SA's EM6635 RISC MCU features nine high-current I/Os capable of driving stepper motors.
2004-08-31 EM Micro RISC MCU provides 4KB ROM
EM Micro introduced a low-power RISC microcontroller that features four high-current I/Os and the equivalent of 4KB ROM, and operates on a 32kHz crystal
2004-04-01 Design considerations when upgrading to a 32bit MCU
When contemplating a move from a 16bit MCU to a 32bit device, multiple design issues should be considered
2006-07-28 Atmel MCU meets 150C automotive qualification
Atmel has unveiled the ATmega88 AVR microcontroller that is now capable of withstanding automotive temperature extremes.
2008-09-24 32bit MCU is fit for financial terminal apps
Maxim Integrated Products introduces the MAXQ1103, a high-performance 32bit RISC microcontroller for the financial terminal market
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
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
2008-08-29 Unifying RISC and DSP
The Hyperstone E1-32XSR core represents a unique microprocessor architecture: The combination of a high performance RISC processor with an additional powerful DSP instruction set and on-chip MCU functions.
2005-03-08 TI MCU, analog technology adopted in Recom heart monitoring system
Texas Instruments Inc. (TI)'s MSP430F149 ultra-low power microcontroller (MCU) and analog technologies are key elements for Recom Managed Systems Inc. battery powered high-fidelity biomedical signal processing and recording platform
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
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.
2005-08-02 ST achieves EAL5+ certification for 32-bit smart card MCU
STMicroelectronics announced that the established ST22L128 32-bit secure microcontroller has received 'Common Criteria' security certification at Evaluation Assurance Level EAL5+ (Augmented).
2007-02-05 SH7618 MCU: HIF boot mode
This application note describes the startup method of the SH7618 MCU in the HIF boot mode, which may be useful for designing user software
2007-07-05 Secure MCU suits low-priced contact bank cards
Atmel's new AT90SC9604RU is designed with additional ROM capacity to allow its customers to implement applications such as common platform application for the EMV banking, SDA market.
2006-11-16 Secure MCU suits high-end electronic identity markets
Atmel has introduced its new AT90SC256144RCFT, a dual-interface secure MCU tailored to efficiently serve the high-end electronic identity markets
2009-04-20 Secure MCU packs NV SRAM, tamper-detection tech
Maxim Integrated Products has introduced the MAXQ1850 high-performance 32bit RISC microcontroller for the financial terminal market
2009-02-11 RISC/DSP MCU aims at industrial, control apps
Hyperstone GmbH has introduced the E2, a 32bit RISC/DSP microcontroller with a programmable serial communication engine that is suitable for use in industrial sensing and control applications, and in cost-sensitive apps
2008-01-02 Renesas continues to sharpen its MCU edge
Satoru Ito, Renesas Technology Corp. chairman and CEO, shares his views on the development of the MCU market in Asia, and discusses how he will lead the company to further growth
2008-07-25 Omniscient C compiler boosts PIC32 RISC performance
HI-TECH Software took the wraps off an "omniscient" ANSI C compiler for 32bit MCU code that it claims boosts real-time response by more than 25 percent as well as nearly doubling code density
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