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Flash microcontroller from Renesas will enable next generation motor drives

 Flash microcontroller from Renesas will enable next generation motor drives
Renesas has introduced the SH7211F, what it says is the fastest general purpose flash microcontroller to date. Featuring two banks of Renesas’ leading-edge MONOS flash that is at least twice as fast as its closest competitor, the device is ideal for use in ‘next generation’ motor drives and many other high performance industrial systems requiring excellent real-time-behaviour, as well as general purpose applications. MONOS, by the way stands for Metal Oxide Nitride Oxide Silicon Technology.
26th September 2006

Starter Kit speeds development of Toshiba's 16-bit SuperFlash microcontrollers

Starter Kit speeds development of Toshiba's 16-bit SuperFlash microcontrollers
Toshiba Electronics Europe has launched a Starter Kit that will help engineers to rapidly and cost-effectively develop and prototype applications based on the company’s latest 16-bit SuperFlash microcontroller.
23rd September 2006

Evaluation and development platform for Silicon Labs' C8051F mixed-signal microcontrollers

Silicon Laboratories has introduced the ToolStick Starter Kit, a comprehensive evaluation and development platform for use with Silicon Laboratories’ C8051F mixed-signal microcontrollers. Available in a portable USB stick format, the ToolStickSK provides an easy to use and feature rich tool for only $24.99. From mobile handsets to weigh scales, the ToolStickSK simplifies and speeds development of a wide range of applications that can benefit from Silicon Laboratories’ mixed-signal MCUs.
20th September 2006


8-bit microcontrollers suit cost-sensitive automotive applications

 8-bit microcontrollers suit cost-sensitive automotive applications
STMicroelectronics has announced a series of 8-bit microcontrollers providing both flexibility and reliability for a wide variety of cost-sensitive automotive applications including wipers, climate control, door locking, sunroof and window lift.
20th September 2006

8-bit microcontroller core from Toshiba enables faster processing at lower frequencies

Toshiba Electronics Europe has announced a new 8-bit microcontroller core. Designated TLCS-870/C1, the new core is capable of processing one instruction cycle in a single clock cycle, enabling faster processing at lower frequencies, reduced noise and lower power consumption compared with Toshiba’s previous 8-bit core. Its large-capacity address space is expandable to 128 Kbytes.
15th September 2006

8-bit Microcontrollers With Integrated Ethernet Peripheral Optimised for Embedded Applications

8-bit Microcontrollers With Integrated Ethernet Peripheral Optimised for Embedded Applications
Microchip has announced a family of 8-bit microcontrollers with an integrated IEEE 802.3-compliant Ethernet communications peripheral. The PIC18F97J60 family is optimized for embedded applications, and has an on-chip Medium Access Controller and Physical Layer Device.
13th September 2006

ARM9-based general-purpose micros with internal flash memory from Arrow

ARM9-based general-purpose micros with internal flash memory from Arrow
What is said to be the industry's first series of ARM9-based general-purpose micros with internal flash memory, the STR91X family from STMicroelectronics, is now available through Arrow. The devices combine a 16/32-bit ARM966ES RISC processor core, dual-bank flash memory, large SRAM for data or code, and a rich peripheral set
23rd August 2006

Development kit for 32-bit MCU/DSP packs 3x processing power into every clock cycle

DT Electronics announces the STK1000 development kit for Atmel’s AT32AP700 MCU/DSP chip. The new device, based on the AVR-32 32-bit architecture, is said to execute 3x the processing power per clock cycle of its nearest competitor so that compute intensive algorithms can be executed at lower clock speeds and hence lower power.
17th August 2006

Microcontrollers with Flash and integrated EEPROM memory

Microcontrollers with Flash and integrated EEPROM memory
Microchip has announced the PIC18F4685 family of 8-bit high-performance, low-power, 28- and 44-pin Controller Area Network microcontrollers with 80 or 96 Kbytes of Flash and integrated EEPROM memory. This is said to be the largest amount of program memory available on a PIC18 microcontroller with an onboard ECAN module for CAN connectivity.
16th August 2006

New 2 x 3 mm DFN Package for Microchip's 6- and 8-pin Microcontrollers

New 2 x 3 mm DFN Package for Microchip's 6- and 8-pin Microcontrollers
Microchip has announced that all of its 6-pin PIC10F microcontroller family are now available in ultra-small 2 mm x 3 mm Dual Flat No-lead (DFN) packages for space-constrained applications. Three members of Microchip’s 8-pin Baseline PIC® microcontroller family are also available in a 2x3 DFN, providing additional I/O and functionality with the same footprint. The 2x3 DFN package requires 30 percent less board space than a SOT-23 package, at a reduced height.
14th August 2006


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