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SH7203 microcontroller now supported by µClinux BSP

SH7203 microcontroller now supported by µClinux BSP
Renesas Technology Europe and Platinum Alliance partner MPC Data Limited, announce the availability of their µCLinux board support package (BSP) and tool chain for Renesas’ SH-2A-based microcontroller, the SH7203. The µCLinux BSP is fully compliant with Renesas’ RSK7203plus development board, and includes the drivers for the peripherals integrated in the SH7203. This allows developers to target a wide variety of applications requiring connectivity, TFT-drive and hundreds of MIPS performance. Increasingly, designers are being faced with these challenges when industrial PC applications have to use lower power, meet reduced cost budgets and occupy less space. The BSP covers man machine interface (MMI) features, communications and storage functions. Also included are versions of Binutils and BusyBox utility applications. These combine tiny versions of common Linux utilities in a single small executable file.
17th July 2007

32-bit low power, highly integrated H8SX microcontroller enhanced with high-precision 16bit delta sigma A/D converter

32-bit low power, highly integrated H8SX microcontroller enhanced with high-precision 16bit delta sigma A/D converter
Renesas Technology Europe has announced enhancements to its H8SX family of 32-bit CISC (Complex Instruction Set Computer) microcontrollers with the addition of the H8SX/1622 group, featuring a 50MHz maximum operating frequency, 50MIPS performance, and comprehensive on-chip peripheral functions. The enhanced family of micros offers a wide range of products ideal for varied systems in PCs and OA products, digital consumer, and industrial products fields.
6th July 2007

Microcontrollers offer integrated solution for low cost motor control applications

Microcontrollers offer integrated solution for low cost motor control applications
With everything on chip that users need including oscillators, analogue inputs and timers, Renesas Technology Europe’s H8/36079GF group of microcontrollers offers a completely integrated solution for many motor control applications. The group provides the ideal solution for virtually any low cost motor control application, such as white goods including washing machines and dishwashers, low power motors for industrial applications, plus many other types of motor control applications including compressors and fans.
29th June 2007


Starter kit for microcontrollers is said to simplify product development and reduce time to market

Starter kit for microcontrollers is said to simplify product development and reduce time to market
Renesas Technology Europe has expanded its line-up of Renesas Starter Kits with the introduction of three kits for use with its SuperH microcontrollers. Renesas’ low cost RSKs are user friendly and supplied with board, display, debugger and software, which comprise a complete kit that saves on product development time.
28th June 2007

High-Performance 16-bit Microcontroller and DSC Families from Microchip

High-Performance 16-bit Microcontroller and DSC Families from Microchip
Microchip has announced two high-performance (40MIPS), low pin count (18- and 28-pin) 16-bit product families – the PIC24HJ12GP family of microcontrollers and the dsPIC33FJ12GP family of Digital Signal Controllers. Both families feature Peripheral Pin Select capability, which allows designers to re-map digital I/O – allowing designers to use smaller pin count devices, minimise board space, and optimise board layout to reduce noise.
22nd June 2007

FRAM-enhanced MCU family enhanced with industry standard 8051-based drop-in

FRAM-enhanced MCU family enhanced with industry standard 8051-based drop-in
Ramtron International has launched the VRS51L3174, an 8051-based microcontroller with 8 kilobytes (KB) of non-volatile FRAM memory that drops into industry standard 44-pin QFP sockets for easy device migration. Ramtron has added FRAM to its fast and flexible Versa 8051s for a quick and reliable non-volatile data storage and processing system that, the company says, only a FRAM-Enhanced MCU can provide.
21st June 2007

Atmel micro offers 80 MIPS performance at 40mA from new AVR32 UC core

Atmel micro offers 80 MIPS performance at 40mA from new AVR32 UC core
Nu Horizons announces availability of the AVR32 UC3A, the first microcontroller based on Atmel’s new AVR32 UC core. Delivering 80 Dhrystone MIPS performance while consuming just 40mA from a 3.3V supply at 66MHz clock speed, the devices feature up to 512KB Flash and 64KB RAM, an Ethernet MAC, a USB OTG controller and External Bus Interface (EBI), all of which minimise external component count. The EBI enables easy interfacing to external SRAM and SDRAM. The large SRAM allows implementation of buffered algorithms for communications protocol management and typical applications include industrial automation, building control systems, medial instrumentation, test and measurement, communications systems, and point-of-sale equipment.
19th June 2007

STR910 Microcontrollers from STMicroelectronics now with Higher Performance and Lower Cost

STMicroelectronics (NYSE: STM), a leading innovator among semiconductor manufacturers, has announced the release of a new version of its successful 32-bit ARM9-based STR910F flash microcontrollers. Through technology enhancements, the new STR910FA delivers 25% greater system performance at a more competitive price, compared to the previous STR910F devices.
18th June 2007

Renesas extends its M16C platform

Renesas extends its M16C platform
Renesas Technology Europe has announced 12 different M16C/64 group models and 20 different M16C/65 group models for car audio, home audio, and similar consumer products as well as industrial applications, as additions to the M16C Platform microcontroller1 lineup. Sample shipments will begin in July 2007 for the M16C/64 group and at the end of 2007 for the M16C/65 group.
12th June 2007

STM's latest family of 32-bit Flash Microcontrollers is Powered by ARM Cortex-M3 Core

STM's latest family of 32-bit Flash Microcontrollers is Powered by ARM Cortex-M3 Core
STMicroelectronics has announced a new family of 32-bit Flash Microcontrollers based on the ARM Cortex-M3 core - a core with features specifically designed for embedded applications requiring a combination of high performance (1.25 Dhrystone MIPS/MHz), low power and low cost. The STM32 family benefits from the Cortex-M3’s many new architectural enhancements including the Thumb-2 instruction set to deliver improved performance combined with better code density, and a tightly-coupled Nested Vectored Interrupt Controller for significantly faster response to interrupts, all combined with industry leading power consumption. ST was a lead partner in developing the Cortex-M3 core and is now the first leading MCU supplier to introduce a product family based on the core.
11th June 2007


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