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Rochester re-introduces Intel’s MQ80C196KB CHMOS MCU

Rochester re-introduces Intel’s MQ80C196KB CHMOS MCU
Rochester Electronics is a fully-authorised continuing source for the Intel 8XC196 family of microcontrollers, which was introduced in 1982 as the Intel MCS-96 Family, and is most commonly used in motor control, modem, printer and pattern recognition applications within embedded systems.
19th March 2014

Connectivity features in Cortex A-5 evaluation kit

Farnell element14 and Atmel have launched the SAMA5D3 Xplained evaluation kit, a low-cost fast prototyping and evaluation platform for microprocessor-based design. The board, which is based on Atmel’s SAMA5D3 ARM Cortex-A5 processor-based MPU, comes with a rich set of ready-to-use connectivity and storage peripherals, along with Arduino shield-compatible expansion headers for easy customisation.
14th March 2014

400Mhz, 32-bit processor targets new applications

Intel’s Quark X1000 System on a Chip (SOC) is now being shipped by Mouser Electronics. The 32-bit processor is the first in a new line of Intel processors designed for new applications ranging from Internet‑of‑Things (IoT) to wearables, transportation, energy and industrial control. The processor can run at 400MHz and are designed specifically for high performance, low power applications.  
13th March 2014


48MIPS microcontroller for industrial control applications

48MIPS microcontroller for industrial control applications
The company's second application oriented controller device, FTDI Chip has announced the FT51 8-bit microcontroller. Incorporating one of the highest performance 8051 compatible processor cores on the market, the MCU features a 48MHz operating clock speed and a 48MIPS processing capacity (1clock cycle per instruction).
3rd March 2014

Development kit for XMC1000 microcontrollers

Providing developers with a free-to-use professional tool suite for the Infineon XMC1000 microcontroller series, Arm has revealed that Infineon has licensed the Keil Microcontroller Development Kit (MDK) Silicon Vendor Edition. Based on Keil MDK Version 5, the MDK for Infineon XMC1000 includes the genuine ARM C/C++ Compiler, the CMSIS-RTOS RTX Kernel and the µVision IDE/Debugger.
28th February 2014

MCUs provide 32-bit performance at 8-bit prices

MCUs provide 32-bit performance at 8-bit prices
At embedded world 2014, Infineon has announced volume production of its XMC1000 microcontrollers that offer 32-bit performance at 8-bit prices. Utilising the ARM Cortex-M0 processor, the MCUs are consistently optimised in line with their target applications: sensor and actuator applications, LED lighting, simple motor drives and digital power conversion.
28th February 2014

Rochester re-introduces Intel’s powerful automotive MCU

Rochester re-introduces Intel’s powerful automotive MCU
Rochester Electronics is officially licensed by Intel to continue manufacturing the 80C196KC 16-bit microcontroller. The powerful 80C196KC is a high performance member of the MCS 96 microcontroller family, which utilises the CHMOS III process that provides a high performance processor along with low power consumption.
26th February 2014

32-bit general-purpose MCU enables the IoT

32-bit general-purpose MCU enables the IoT
Based on the RXv2 CPU core announced in November 2013, the RX64M microcontrollers have been announced by Renesas. The company's first product in the flagship RX 32-bit MCUs to be fabricated in a 40nm process, the MCUs offer system designers a path to quickly and efficiently develop high-performance, low-power industrial equipment that supports a wide range of communications functions.
26th February 2014

MCUs combine CWG with rich analogue peripherals

MCUs combine CWG with rich analogue peripherals
Announced at embedded World 2014, the PIC12(L)F157X family signals an expansion of Microchip's 8-bit PIC MCU portfolio. The MCU family features multiple 16-bit PWMs with an assortment of analogue peripherals and serial communications in an 8-pin package.
25th February 2014

MCU designed for high speed, computational intensive tasks

MCU designed for high speed, computational intensive tasks
Designed for high speed, computational intensive tasks, the FT900 MCU has been released by FTDI Chip. The 32-bit MCU can run at clock speeds up to 100MHz and can be used in combination with the company's FT800 EVE chip.
25th February 2014


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