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Microcontroller from Toshiba has LCD controller and touch screen interface

Microcontroller from Toshiba has LCD controller and touch screen interface
Toshiba Electronics Europe has expanded its family of TFT-enabled microcontrollers with a high-performance, low power consumption 32-bit device that combines high-level processing, high-capacity memory, and integrated colour LCD controller in a compact 20mm x 20mm package. Target applications for the new TMP92CF29FG will include new and emerging home appliances where the trend is towards colour TFTs that enhance the user experience.
2nd October 2007

Microprocessor delivers 2.8 GFLOPS to industrial applications requiring graphics

Microprocessor delivers 2.8 GFLOPS to industrial applications requiring graphics
Renesas Technology Europe has announced the immediate availability of the SH7780 microprocessor that delivers Pentium-class floating point performance into consumer and industrial markets. The device is ideal for applications requiring high-end graphics and so features a floating point unit (FPU) tailored for that purpose. Furthermore it consumes only 2.5W, is available in a -40 to 85 degree C version, integrates PCI, has a long life time, and is low cost compared to a Pentium microprocessor of similar FPU performance.
24th September 2007

Ramtron extends Versa 8051 family with VRS51L3072 2-kilobit FRAM microcontroller

Ramtron extends Versa 8051 family with VRS51L3072 2-kilobit FRAM microcontroller
Ramtron International Corporation has launched the VRS51L3072, an 8051-based microcontroller with 2-kilobit (Kb) of non-volatile FRAM memory. Ramtron has added FRAM to its fast and flexible Versa 8051s for a quick and reliable non-volatile data storage and processing system that is ideal for saving system status, data logging, and storing nonvolatile variables in a range of applications from sensors and meters to industrial controls, instrumentation and medical devices.
24th September 2007


Microchip Introduces 128-Kbit, 512-Kbit and the Industry’s Fastest 1-Mbit SPI Serial EEPROM

Microchip Introduces 128-Kbit, 512-Kbit and the Industry’s Fastest 1-Mbit SPI Serial EEPROM
Microchip introduces the 25AA1024 and 25LC1024 - the fastest 1 Megabit serial EEPROM devices in the industry – along with the 25AA128, 25LC128, 25AA512 and 25LC512 128 Kbit and 512 Kbit devices. Microchip now provides SPI serial EEPROMs across a wide memory-density range (1 Kbit – 1 Mbit). All of the new devices are specified to operate over an extended temperature range (up to 125°C), and provide the performance for which Microchip’s serial EEPROM devices are known, including over 1 million erase/write cycles and 200-year data retention.
21st September 2007

Fairchild's Integrated FET Module Delivers 50 Percent Space-Savings in Synchronous Buck Converter Designs

Fairchild's Integrated FET Module Delivers 50 Percent Space-Savings in Synchronous Buck Converter Designs
Fairchild Semiconductor ’s FDMS9600S and FDMS9620S are two highly integrated modules that significantly reduce board space while providing the ability to achieve higher conversion efficiency in synchronous buck designs. Each module in the FDMS96xx series combines a high-side and low-side N-Channel MOSFET and one monolithically integrated Schottky diode into a single, space-efficient, 5mm x 6mm MLP package. This integration results in a highly efficient solution for severely space-constrained applications such as notebook computers, small form factor desktops, media center PCs, ultra-dense servers, blade servers, advanced gaming systems, graphic cards, networking and telecom equipment, and other DC-DC designs.
21st September 2007

8-bit Microcontroller family features low power consumption

8-bit Microcontroller family features low power consumption
Microchip has announced eight new members of the PIC18F high-performance 8-bit microcontroller family that take advantage of Microchip’s latest process technology developments, offering lower power consumption, low cost and high-performance operation. The new devices’ low-power nanoWatt Technology features include power-managed modes, an operating voltage range of 1.8V to 3.6V and efficient on-chip peripherals.
20th September 2007

Microchip adds a touch sensing user interface to applications using PIC microcontrollers

Microchip adds a touch sensing user interface to applications using PIC microcontrollers
Microchip has announced the mTouch solution to provide engineers with a free and easy method for adding a touch sensing user interface to applications using PIC microcontrollers. The software is available for free download from the Microchip Touch Sensing Design Center at www.microchip.com/mtouch and provides full access to the source code, so designers can modify the algorithms and easily integrate them with their own application in a single microcontroller.
20th September 2007

New Devices added to NEC's 32-Bit All Flash Microcontroller Lineup

NEC Electronics Europe and NEC Electronics America, Inc. today introduced two additions to their popular V850ES lineup of 32-bit all flash microcontrollers (MCUs). The new V850ES/Hx3 and V850ES/Jx3 MCUs execute up to 69 Dhrystone MIPS at clock speeds of 32 megahertz (MHz), and are well-suited for next-generation access control products; point-of-sale systems; industrial controllers and drivers; heating, ventilation and air-conditioning systems; computer peripherals; home appliances; factory automation equipment; metering devices; medical and process analytics instruments; and test and measurement equipment.
20th September 2007

Silicon Labs Doubles Memory on Small Form Factor MCUs

Silicon Labs Doubles Memory on Small Form Factor MCUs
Silicon Laboratories has announced at the Embedded Systems Conference in Boston the expansion of its best-in-class small form factor family to include the C8051F336 family of highly-integrated 8-bit MCUs. Pin-for-pin compatible with Silicon Laboratories C8051F330 family of devices, the F336 doubles the Flash code space to 16 kB. Additional memory combined with high-performance peripherals and four-corner operation enables system designers to easily upgrade their products and add features in software while leveraging the cost, reliability and design benefits of Silicon Labs’ mixed-signal MCUs.
18th September 2007

Silicon Labs' MCUniversity Program Offers Complete University Course for Microcontrollers

Silicon Laboratories today announced the MCUniversity Course designed for electrical engineering professors teaching embedded system design with microcontrollers (MCUs). Based on the C8051F020 advanced, mixed-signal MCU, the MCUniversity program provides complete coursework and development tools for instruction on mixed-signal MCUs. Leveraging Silicon Labs’ ToolStick USB development tool, the MCUniversity program also offers a low cost or no cost program for students, making the course very easy to adopt.
18th September 2007


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