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Low-power radiation tolerant PolarFire FPGAs available
Microchip Technology has announced it is shipping engineering silicon for its RT PolarFire FPGA while the device is being qualified to spaceflight component reliability standards. Designers can now create hardware prototypes with all the same electrical and mechanical performance that the space-qualified RT PolarFire FPGAs will provide for high-bandwidth on-orbit processing systems with low power consumption and the ability to withstand radiation...
Secondary side MCU to control primary power enabled
In modern offline AC/DC power solutions, programmability and adaptive control offer the flexibility and intelligence needed by smart home devices to better interface with their power systems. In these systems, a secondary side MCU is typically not capable of starting a system without the use of a separate bias power supply. A new reference design from Microchip Technology claims to have solved this problem using the MCP1012 high voltage auxiliary...
Win a Microchip SAM IoT WG Development Board
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Win a Microchip dsPIC33CK Low Voltage Motor Control Board
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Radiation tolerant SuperFlash memory for space systems
Microchip Technology has announced a radiation-tolerant, 64 Megabit (Mbit) parallel-interface SuperFlash memory device with Total Ionising Dose (TID) tolerance for maximum reliability and robustness in the harsh radiation environment of space missions.
Microchip delivers 8-bit MCU family for CAN FD networks
Meeting the demand for increased bandwidth and flexible data rates in evolving automotive applications like safety and communication, while further supporting the development of advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS), Microchip Technology has announced its PIC18 Q84 family, a PIC18 MCU family that can be used to transmit and receive data through a CAN FD network bus (Controller Area Network Flexible Data-Rate).
An introduction to 10BASE-T1S
Ethernet and Internet Protocol (IP)-based networks are everywhere. You can find them in standard computer networks as well as in automotive, IoT and all kinds of automation applications. It has been around for almost 50 years. Henry Muyshondt, Senior Manager, Microchip Technology explains.
Safety certified capacitive touchscreen controller family
Helping designers meet functional safety requirements in touch screen enabled appliances, Microchip Technology has announced its maXTouch MXT336UD-MAUHA1 capacitive touchscreen controller family.
CryptoAutomotive security IC for pre-programmed security
Helping OEMs and their module suppliers simplify the upgrade of existing designs to meet security requirements for future generations, Microchip Technology has announced its CryptoAutomotive security IC, the TrustAnchor100 (TA100).
AEC-Q101 qualified SiC Schottky Barrier Diodes
Microchip Technology has announced its newly-qualified 700 and 1200V SiC Schottky Barrier Diode (SBD) power devices, providing Electric Vehicle (EV) system designers with solutions that meet stringent automotive quality standards across a wide range of voltage, current and package options.
Win a Microchip MPLAB Starter Kit for Serial Memory Products
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PIC18-Q41 MCUs solve analogue system design challenges
Sensor-based Internet of Things (IoT) applications rely on a combination of analogue functionality and digital control capability to meet a challenging list of requirements including low cost, small size, performance and low power. Addressing this challenge through a focus on increased microcontroller (MCU) integration, Microchip Technology has announced the PIC18-Q41 and AVR DB MCU families.
Microchip acquires high-level synthesis tool developer
Microchip Technology has acquired Toronto-based LegUp Computing, expanding its Field-Programmable Gate Array (FPGA)-based edge compute solution stack with a high-level synthesis (HLS) tool.
Trust&GO WiFi MCU module with advanced peripheral options
As the IoT expands beyond home automation and drives deeper into home control and grows in building and industrial automation, the need for highly integrated, reliable and secured Industrial IoT (IIoT) connectivity is greater than ever. Microchip Technology has announced a WiFi microcontroller (MCU) module with Microchip’s Trust&GO-enabled verifiable identity.
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Microchip motor control support with new devices
As electric motors proliferate across a growing range of system applications, developers need products and tools that ensure systems run as efficiently as possible while reducing board size, component count and energy consumption. Microchip Technology has announced it has expanded its motor control offering with digital signal controllers (DSCs) and microcontrollers (MCUs) that are supported by design tools, development hardware, a torque-ma...
Microchip low-power DAC that simplifies handheld designs
Implementing multi-channel system control or signal outputs using Digital-to-Analogue Converters (DACs) in portable and handheld industrial, communications, consumer and medical systems has been difficult to do without significant processor overhead for device configuration during power-up.
Microchip adds timing savvy with Tektron acquisition
Microchip Technology has acquired New Zealand-based Tekron International, a provider of high-precision GPS and atomic clock time-keeping technologies
PIC24F eXtreme MCUs feature an animated display driver
System developers of battery-powered and other power-conscious designs with and without LCD displays can now easily add an array of innovative features using a new line of PIC24F eXtreme Low Power (XLP) microcontrollers (MCUs) from Microchip Technology.
Ensemble graphics toolkit to speed Linux GUI development
Microchip Technology have announced a new GUI development graphics toolkit for its portfolio of 32-bit microprocessors (MPUs) running Linux, helping designers of industrial, medical, consumer and automotive graphical displays to reduce development cost and time-to-market.