Silicon Laboratories To Showcase Power Efficient Embedded Wireless Design At Embedded World Germany

20th January 2009
Posted By : ES Admin
At Embedded World 2009 in Nuremburg, Silicon Laboratories will showcase its power-efficient embedded wireless design based on its EZRadioPRO technology. Silicon Labs will demonstrate innovative design techniques through live product and hands-on demonstrations for a range of consumer and industrial monitoring and control requiring power efficiency with special emphasis on extending battery life and improving performance.
Silicon Labs will also showcase its industry-leading C8051F mixed-signal MCUs including the industry’s lowest voltage MCU (capable of operating down to 0.9 V) and the fastest 8-Bit CPU (up to 100 MIPS) with best-in-class analog peripherals to provide the highest functional density per square millimeter. Visit stand 12-136 to view demonstrations of designs optimized for power and board space savings and to learn about innovative easy-to-use design tools including:



• EZRadioPRO demonstration – The number of automotive, consumer and home electronic applications adding wireless to their feature set is growing rapidly. Using Silicon Labs’ EZRadioPRO provides high performance and ease-of-use when adding wireless to your application. Test performance and learn how to cost-effectively add embedded wireless to a variety of applications.



• Capacitive touch sense demonstration - Touch-sensitive switches are found in a variety of consumer products including home appliances, MP3 players and mobile phones. As manufacturers continue to reduce overall solution size and increase functionality, touch-sensitive switches are becoming more attractive because of their small size and low-cost. See how the combination of Silicon Labs audio products and mixed-signal MCUs enable the addition of AM/FM/short wave, long wave and weather band to your portable devices.



• ToolStick demonstration – Learn how to simplify development efforts through Silicon Labs original ToolStick platform. The ToolSick is a fully contained development system in a USB stick that enables customers to develop and debug C8051F mixed-signal MCUs. Silicon Labs has now added a programming adapter daughter card that provides the industry’s lowest-cost and easiest-to-use Flash memory programmer.

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