STMicroelectronics expands STM32WL wireless MCU ecosystem
STMicroelectronics and Stackforce have announced a wireless M-Bus (wM-Bus) software stack that leverages the integrated sub-GHz radio and multiple modulation schemes supported by STM32WL microcontrollers to cut bill-of-materials cost and enhance flexibility for developers of smart-metering systems.
STMicros extend digital-power choices with STNRGPF02
STMicroelectronics is extending its range of digital power-supply controllers with the STNRGPF02 for two-channel interleaved boost-PFC topologies. Customers can easily configure the device using eDesignSuite software that also helps quickly complete the circuit design and select external components.
USB fast charging over USB-C extended
STMicroelectronics has announced that it is facilitating modernisation of battery-powered products to capture the advantages of the latest USB Power Delivery (USB PD) technology including faster charging and easy reuse of USB-C chargers and cables.
STMicroelectronics SiC Power: Silicon Carbide MOSFETs and Rectifiers
Join STMicroelectronics for a webinar about their latest innovation in Silicon Carbide Technology (SiC). Register now to get the details on the newest products available, including rectifiers, MOSFETs, and modules, as well as packaging technology, roadmaps, application case studies, and a competitive analysis of the market today.
Efficient solutions with STM32 digital-power ecosystem
STMicroelectronics has launched a web-based ecosystem to help designers build digital-power solutions using STM32 digital-power ecosystem microcontrollers (MCUs).
BlueNRG-2 development kit for Bluetooth 5.0
The STMicroelectronics STEVAL-IDB008V1M Bluetooth Low Energy 5.0 (BLE) evaluation platform accelerates application development with modules featuring BlueNRG-2, the Company’s second-generation BLE System-on-Chip (SoC).
STMicroelectronics ioins the Silicon Catalyst Ecosystem
Silicon Catalyst and STMicroelectronics have jointly announced that ST has joined Silicon Catalyst as both a Strategic and In-Kind Partner. As a Strategic Partner, the collaboration provides STMicroelectronics with early access to review and help select the early-stage silicon start-ups seeking to participate in the Silicon Catalyst Incubator. The initial focus of the In-Kind collaboration will be MEMS sensors and actuators.
STMicro enables compact wearables with social distancing
STMicroelectronics has announced the availability of a compact and cost-effective reference design well suited for monitoring social distancing, assuring remote operation, provisioning, as well as warning, anti-tampering, and potentially providing contact tracing to protect human health in all environments, including in response to global or local pandemic conditions.
Powering adoption of efficient LED streetlamps
Accelerating the creation of LED streetlamps and other medium- to high-power lighting applications, the STMicroelectronics EVL150W-HVSL LED-driver evaluation board and reference design integrates features that ensure high performance and save bill-of-materials (BOM) costs.
Time-of-flight sensor enables multi-object ranging
STMicroelectronics has extended the capabilities of its FlightSense time-of-flight sensors by introducing the VL53L3CX with patented histogram algorithms that allow measuring distances to multiple objects as well as increasing accuracy.
STMicro reveals NFC reader IC for digital car keys
STMicroelectronics has extended its portfolio of ST25R NFC reader ICs with a new addition to the successful digital car key line, the ST25R3920. The new device introduces enhanced features for stronger performance, including rapid key response and extended range.
Time-of-flight sensor enables multi-object ranging
The capabilities of ST Microelectronics’ FlightSense time-of-flight (ToF) ranging sensors has been extended with the VL53L3CX device.
NanoEdge AI Studio for STM32 development boards
Cartesiam has announced a new release of its NanoEdge AI Studio optimised for the STM32 microcontroller development boards of STMicroelectronics. Cartesiam’s NanoEdge AI Studio development environment removes traditional AI barriers and is designed for companies that do not have expert resources in machine learning.
STMicroelectronics helps meet functional-safety norms
STMicroelectronics has released three functional-safety packages that simplify development of safety-critical industrial, medical, consumer and automotive products based on STM32 and STM8 microcontrollers and microprocessors.
Radiation-hardened power devices boost efficiency
STMicroelectronics has extended its portfolio of radiation-hardened power devices qualified for space applications by introducing new ESCC (European Space Components Coordination) qualified 200 and 400V power rectifiers and SEB-immune Schottky rectifiers at 45 and 150V.
Highly integrated car-lock controller boosts safety
The STMicroelectronics L99UDL01 universal highly integrated car-lock IC integrates six MOSFET half-bridge outputs and two half-bridge gate drivers with protection and diagnostic functions that enhance safety, simplify design, and save space.
Economical synchronous-rectification controllers from ST
STMicroelectronics’ SRK1000A and SRK1000B secondary-side synchronous-rectification controllers for flyback converters, featuring high efficiency and low power consumption, hoped to have introduced a new, more affordable and smaller-footprint option for battery chargers, quick chargers, adapters, and USB power-delivery outlets.
STM32Cube MCU development software on GitHub
STMicroelectronics has announced that it is now publishing STM32Cube MCU embedded software on GitHub, the popular cloud-based service, to open the STM32 embedded software offer to collaborative and community-friendly development and leverage faster, more efficient distribution of updates.
Common-mode filter integrated for automotive-protection
STMicroelectronics’ ECMF04-4HSM10Y and ECMF04-4HSWM10Y automotive-qualified common-mode filters (CMF) for high-speed serial buses protect interface ICs by integrating transient-suppression diodes with low clamping voltage.
STMicro revenues drop 19% in Q1
STMicroelectronics has reported first quarter net revenues of $2.23 billion down from $2.75bn in the previous quarter and net income of $192 million down from $392m in the previous quarter.