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2002-02-05 TI RISC microcontroller draws 0.65A during standby
The MSP430 family of 16-bit RISC mixed-signal processors can switch to high-performance processing in <65s, permitting maintenance of standby mode up to 1,000 times longer than other microcontrollers
2009-07-06 RSA key generation using the MAXQ1103 microcontroller
This application note demonstrates the generation of RSA key-pair sets using the MAXQ1103 secure RISC microcontroller.
2002-05-07 Fujitsu RISC microcontroller is 10X faster
2003-10-31 Fujitsu develops CPU core for 32-bit RISC MCUs
Fujitsu Ltd has expanded its FR family of 32-bit RISC MCUs with the release of the FR80 processor core that is primarily used in digital home appliances
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.
2009-05-20 Display Different LED Sequences Using the MAXQ2000 Microcontroller with the MAX6970 LED Driver
The MAX6970 is an 8-port, 36V constant-current LED driver that uses a 4-wire serial interface. Using this application note, the MAX6970 can be used with the MAXQ2000 16bit RISC microcontroller to create a variety of simple LED sequences with the touch of a button.
2010-08-23 6ch microcontroller enables zoned cooling
Maxim introduces its MAX31782, a system management microcontroller that utilizes six temperature measurement channels with six channels of closed-loop fan control
2002-07-29 TI microcontroller draws 0.75A
The MSP430C1101 MCU from Texas Instruments Inc. is claimed by the company to be the world's lowest power MCU, drawing 1.35A during operation and 0.75A during standby mode.
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.
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
2000-05-11 MPC603e and EC603e RISC microprocessors user's manual
This application note defines the functionality of the PowerPC 603 and PowerPC 603e microprocessors for use by software and hardware developers.
2011-04-13 Microcontroller targets low-cost analog front ends
Texas Instruments Inc. introduces the MSP430AFE2xx series of metrology AFE ultra-low-power 16bit microcontrollers.
2005-05-30 Microcontroller evaluation board includes development tools
Cyan Technology's new, low cost MCU evaluation board comes complete with the company's patented CyanIDE Integrated Development Environment.
2005-09-07 Jennic pushes Zigbee compliant microcontroller
Fabless semiconductor company Jennic has started sampling and producing in volume a single chip Zigbee compliant wireless microcontroller
2010-08-25 Interfacing ISP1181 to Hitachi SH7709 RISC processor
The ISP1181 is a USB interface device that complies with Universal Serial Bus Specification Rev 1.1. This application note describes interfacing the ISP181 to the Hitachi SH7709 processor.
2002-03-08 Infineon extends microcontroller portfolio
The company's announced the availability of the C868, XC161, XC164, and TC1765 microcontrollers that enable industrial and automotive designers to reduce development costs, by diminishing design cycled and accelerating the time-to-market period.
2002-04-26 Fujitsu expands microcontroller line with 32-, 16-bit devices
Fujitsu Microelectronics America Inc. has expanded its microcontroller product line with the addition of two 32-bit microcontrollers with FULL-CAN bus interfaces and single voltage Flash memory, and a 16-bit version based on the company's 16LX processor core
2002-06-11 Domosys ASIC uses Dolphin's microcontroller core
Domosys Corp. is using Dolphin Integration's Whirl 8051 microcontroller core as the foundation of its U-Chip ASIC used in control networking applications
2008-08-21 Brief introduction to MIPS32 M4K core shadow registers for microcontroller applications
The RISC architecture brings many advantages to the microcontroller space including the fact that compared to CISC architectures it is much friendlier to compilers and very economical in silicon area.
2002-02-22 Fujitsu expands 32-bit microcontroller line-up
Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe has expanded its MB91360 series of 32-bit microcontrollers with the introduction of the MB91F365, MB91F366, and MB91F364 models.
2010-08-09 32bit microcontroller supports industrial devices, automotives
The SH-2 and SH-2A from Renesas Electronics are 32bit RISC core-based microcontrollers designed for industrial and automotive adoption
2003-10-10 Velocity core modules support Ethernet, USB
Velocity Semiconductor Inc. has announced the availability of the first members of its VS2000 TCM family that supports a variety of network interfaces.
2000-05-29 Using the PORTB Interrupt on Change as an External Interrupt Pin
This application note will discuss some of the issues in using PORTB as additional external interrupt pins, and will show some examples.
2009-05-27 Using an I/O port to implement IIC communication
A method is introduced showing how a Holtek 8bit RISC microcontroller and related software can be used to implement a bus controller.
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.
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.
2005-11-08 Rowley rolls development tools for Dallas Semi's MAXQ MCUs
Dallas Semiconductor announced the availability of the embedded development tools for the MAXQ 16-bit RISC family of MCUs
2002-11-21 NEC rolls MCU for real-time processing
The company's V850E/ME2 32-bit RISC microcontroller is capable of executing 195MIPS at 150MHz.
2005-06-14 MAC7111 development platform helps craft auto electronics
Enea AB has rolled out EE-Auto, a development platform for Freescale Semiconductor's MAC7111 32-bit flash-bearing RISC microcontroller.
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