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World’s first on-chip image recognition processing IP in a car navigation SoC enables next-generation in-vehicle information systems at lower cost

World’s first on-chip image recognition processing IP in a car navigation SoC enables next-generation in-vehicle information systems at lower cost
Renesas Technology Europe has introduced the SuperH family SH7774 SoC for high-performance in-vehicle information terminals such as next-generation car navigation devices. It combines the world’s first image recognition processing function in a car navigation SoC, high-speed 600 MHz operation, and a comprehensive range of on-chip peripheral modules including a 2D graphics engine for map drawing, an audio encoder, and an Ethernet interface.
26th July 2006

Microchip Expands 20-pin PIC® Microcontroller Family

Microchip Expands 20-pin PIC® Microcontroller Family
Microchip announces two new 20-pin PIC® microcontrollers to further strengthen its 8-bit portfolio. The PIC16F631 provides a cost-effective migration from 8- and 14-pin devices, while the PIC16F677 offers affordable hardware I2C™ & SPI capability.
26th July 2006

Processor for digital TV broadcast capable mobile phones enables VGA-size video recording and playback

Processor for digital TV broadcast capable mobile phones enables VGA-size video recording and playback
Renesas’ SH-MobileL3V application processor is designed specifically for use in terrestrial digital broadcast capable mobile phones. The device enables smooth video display and recording - equivalent to that of a standard TV - and it facilitates the extraction of TV broadcast data and conversion to a JPEG image without loss of image quality. It also enables lower power consumption, and importantly, it provides the ability to customise mobile phones to achieve a market edge.
19th July 2006


High-Density Flash Memory Added to Extended Temperature Range 16-bit Microcontroller Family

High-Density Flash Memory Added to Extended Temperature Range 16-bit Microcontroller Family
STMicroelectronics has announced four new advanced 16-bit microcontrollers in its industry standard ST10 family (ST10F27x). The new MCUs offer up to 832-kbytes of embedded Flash memory and up to 68-kbytes of RAM, plus other enhancements, while maintaining upward hardware and software compatibility with earlier devices, such as the widely used ST10F168 and ST10F269. The family is one of the few product ranges to combine embedded Flash and the -40 to +125 degrees C temperature range.
14th July 2006

Digital Signal Controllers for Intelligent Power Supply Applications

Digital Signal Controllers for Intelligent Power Supply Applications
Microchip has announced a new family of 16-bit Digital Signal Controllers for switch-mode power supply designs and other power-conversion applications such as power inverters and Uninterruptible Power Supplies.
29th June 2006

Low Cost 32-bit Digital Signal Controller

Texas Instruments has added four low cost members to the TMS320F280xx digital signal controller series targeted at motor control, digital power conversion and intelligent sensor control applications. The new TMS320F28015 and F28016 controllers offer 60MHz of performance starting as low as $3.25 (in 1Ku quantities) while the new TMS320F2801-60 and F2802-60 controllers also offer 60 MHz of performance and are based on the current TMS320F2801 and F2802 devices.
28th June 2006

Full-Speed USB 2.0 PIC Microcontrollers from Microchip

Full-Speed USB 2.0 PIC Microcontrollers from Microchip
Microchip has announced two Flash PIC® microcontrollers, the PIC18F2450 and PIC18F4450 - both with certified Full-Speed USB 2.0 connectivity for 12 megabits-per-second (Mbps) data-transfer rates, and 12 MIPS (48MHz) processing performance. Combined with a wide variety of on-chip peripherals, nanoWatt Technology power management, and self-programmable Flash memory, these features provide a complete solution for designers working with USB in industrial, medical and many other embedded applications.
12th June 2006

Evaluation and development system supports Ramtron’s FRAM-enhanced 8051 MCU

Evaluation and development system supports Ramtron’s FRAM-enhanced 8051 MCU
Ramtron has introduced the VersaKit-30xx, a complete and comprehensive evaluation platform that supports the VRS51L3074, Ramtron’s new fully integrated, high performance Versa 8051 microcontroller with 8KB of FRAM memory.
1st June 2006

8051-based microcontroller with non-volatile FRAM memory

8051-based microcontroller with non-volatile FRAM memory
Ramtron International has launched the VRS51L3074, said to be the market’s first 8051-based microcontroller with non-volatile FRAM memory. Ramtron has added FRAM into its Versa 8051s for quick and reliable non-volatile data storage and a processing system that only a FRAM-enhanced MCU can provide.
28th May 2006

Plug-and-play development system supports 8051 MCU

Plug-and-play development system supports 8051 MCU
Ramtron has launched the VersaKit-20xx, a complete and comprehensive evaluation platform that supports the VRS51L2070, Ramtron’s newest, high performance Versa 8051 microcontroller.
10th May 2006


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