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32-bit microcontroller platform for automotive displays

Texas Instruments has announced an expansion of the 32-bit TMS470 microcontroller (MCU) platform, offering new devices for instrument cluster host controller applications. As the amount of information displayed in vehicles increases - from enhanced vehicle diagnostics and driver assistance features such as rear park assist cameras, to digital media and full real-time navigation systems - drivers demand higher performance graphics and more highly integrated displays.
18th October 2006

MCU family is designed specifically for automotive electronics

  MCU family is designed specifically for automotive electronics
Silicon Laboratories has announced a highly-integrated MCU family designed specifically for automotive electronics. The C8051F52/3x family leverages Silicon Laboratories’ proven track-record for designing high-performance mixed-signal MCUs in a small footprint, which is essential for many automotive electronics applications. By offering the highest functional density, the C8051F52/3x family of MCUs provides customers cost-effective and easy-to-use solutions for designing body electronics and other point-of-control applications including power windows, doors, sunroofs, trunks, seat positioning and mirrors.
17th October 2006

Microcontrollers With High-Speed 12-bit ADC

Microcontrollers With High-Speed 12-bit ADC
Microchip announces its four-member PIC18F4523 family and its first family of high-end 8-bit Flash microcontrollers to include an on-chip high-speed 12-bit Analogue-to-Digital Converter peripheral with up to 13 channels. In addition, this family includes nanoWatt Technology features, which provide design engineers with multiple options for effectively managing power consumption and extending battery life.
12th October 2006


Processor adds high-performance multimedia capabilities to portable devices

Processor adds high-performance multimedia capabilities to portable devices
Renesas has announced an expansion of its SH-Mobile range application processor from mobile phones into portable navigation devices and portable media players. The first part in a new family of devices designated SH-MobileR is the SH7222. It supports terrestrial digital broadcasting for portable and mobile terminals, offering high-performance moving image processing, on-chip multimedia peripherals including a camera interface, and a processor core running at 266 MHz - some 25% faster than existing SH-Mobile devices.
12th October 2006

Two-phase core controller in tune with AMD's Turion mobile CPUs

 Two-phase core controller in tune with AMD's Turion mobile CPUs
Intersil has introduced a two-phase core controller with embedded gate drivers to power AMD’s next-generation (64-bit Turion) mobile CPUs. The device offers improved transient response and load line accuracy enabled by Intersil’s patented R3 (Robust Ripple Regulator) Technology. Intersil’s R3 controller uses post package trimming to remove all errors associated with assembly and offers 0.5% accuracy across the entire temperate range, which is the best in the industry.
11th October 2006

Core controllers improve transient response and accuracy

 Core controllers improve transient response and accuracy
The ISL6260C, ISL6261A and ISL6262A core controllers from Intersil are designed to control Intel’s next-generation (Core Duo and Core 2 Duo) Santa Rosa mobile platform. The new family of devices offers improved accuracy in power dissipation reporting and industry-leading transient response and efficiency, enabled by Intersil’s patented R3 (Robust Ripple Regulator) Technology.
9th October 2006

Super-Integrated ARM7-Based Microcontrollers with Full-spec Operation at 3.3Vand 5V

STMicroelectronics has extended its popular STR7 range of 32-bit microcontrollers based on the ARM7TDMI-S core with the introduction of the super-integrated STR750F family. The first general-purpose ARM7 Flash microcontrollers to support full-spec operation at both 3.3V and 5V, the new family delivers 54 MIPS (at 60MHz) performance while providing outstanding low power modes down to 12μA in STOP or 10μA in STANDBY modes, making it ideal for battery-operated applications. The ability to operate from either 3.3V or 5V gives maximum flexibility in electrically noisy environments without additional costs.
28th September 2006

Flash microcontroller from Renesas will enable next generation motor drives

 Flash microcontroller from Renesas will enable next generation motor drives
Renesas has introduced the SH7211F, what it says is the fastest general purpose flash microcontroller to date. Featuring two banks of Renesas’ leading-edge MONOS flash that is at least twice as fast as its closest competitor, the device is ideal for use in ‘next generation’ motor drives and many other high performance industrial systems requiring excellent real-time-behaviour, as well as general purpose applications. MONOS, by the way stands for Metal Oxide Nitride Oxide Silicon Technology.
26th September 2006

Starter Kit speeds development of Toshiba's 16-bit SuperFlash microcontrollers

Starter Kit speeds development of Toshiba's 16-bit SuperFlash microcontrollers
Toshiba Electronics Europe has launched a Starter Kit that will help engineers to rapidly and cost-effectively develop and prototype applications based on the company’s latest 16-bit SuperFlash microcontroller.
23rd September 2006

Evaluation and development platform for Silicon Labs' C8051F mixed-signal microcontrollers

Silicon Laboratories has introduced the ToolStick Starter Kit, a comprehensive evaluation and development platform for use with Silicon Laboratories’ C8051F mixed-signal microcontrollers. Available in a portable USB stick format, the ToolStickSK provides an easy to use and feature rich tool for only $24.99. From mobile handsets to weigh scales, the ToolStickSK simplifies and speeds development of a wide range of applications that can benefit from Silicon Laboratories’ mixed-signal MCUs.
20th September 2006


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