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Design considerations when choosing a MEMS or ECM microphone

Design considerations when choosing a MEMS or ECM microphone
Conversational interaction with smart machines such as home digital assistants is a growing trend, and just one that is driving development of new high tech products that can listen to their surroundings, interpret commands, or gather contextual or environmental data. By Bruce Rose, Principal Applications Engineer, CUI.
18th January 2019

Low power MCU features analogue and DMA in low cost package

Low power MCU features analogue and DMA in low cost package
STMicroelectronics is boosting feature integration in low cost, low power 8-bit microcontrollers (MCUs) with the new STM8L050. As the latest in the ultra energy-conscious STM8L series, it embeds rich analogue peripherals, a DMA controller, and separated data EEPROM, all in an inexpensive SO-8 package with up to six user I/Os.
17th January 2019

MEMS Microphones for a range of portable devices

MEMS Microphones for a range of portable devices
The introduction of a comprehensive line of MEMS microphones suited for a range of portable electronic devices has been announced by CUI’s Audio Group. The range has improved audio quality, performance, and reliability, CUI’s CMM series is housed in compact, low profile footprints measuring as small as 2.75x1.85x0.95mm.
17th January 2019


Arm Cortex-A53 cores combined with a dual Cortex-R5F MCU

Arm Cortex-A53 cores combined with a dual Cortex-R5F MCU
AM654x and AM652x Sitara Arm applications processors from Texas Instruments are built to meet the complex processing needs of modern industry 4.0 embedded products. The AM654x and AM652x devices combine four or two Arm Cortex-A53 cores with a dual Cortex-R5F MCU subsystem.
15th January 2019

ULP platform combines embedded FRAM and holistic architecture

ULP platform combines embedded FRAM and holistic architecture
The MSP430 ultra-low-power (ULP) FRAM platform from Texas Instruments combines uniquely embedded FRAM and a holistic ultra-low-power system architecture, allowing innovators to increase performance at lowered energy budgets. FRAM technology combines the speed, flexibility, and endurance of SRAM with the stability and reliability of flash at much lower power.
14th January 2019

MCU’s feature powerful 16-bit RISC CPU

MCU’s feature powerful 16-bit RISC CPU
MSP430FR215x and MSP430FR235x microcontrollers (MCUs) from Texas Instruments are part of the MSP430 MCU value line portfolio of ultra-low-power low-cost devices for sensing and measurement applications. MSP430FR235x MCUs integrate four configurable signal-chain modules called smart analog combos, each of which can be used as a 12-bit DAC or a configurable programmable-gain Op-Amp. 
14th January 2019

MCU meets specific needs while reducing BOM and PCB size

MCU meets specific needs while reducing BOM and PCB size
MSP430FR215x and MSP430FR235x microcontrollers (MCUs) from Texas Instruments are part of the MSP430 MCU value line portfolio of ultra-low-power low-cost devices for sensing and measurement applications. MSP430FR235x MCUs integrate four configurable signal-chain modules called smart analog combos, each of which can be used as a 12-bit DAC or a configurable programmable-gain Op-Amp. 
14th January 2019

MCUs integrate four configurable signal-chain modules

MCUs integrate four configurable signal-chain modules
MSP430FR215x and MSP430FR235x MCUs from Texas Instruments are part of the MSP430 MCU value line portfolio of ultra-low-power low-cost devices for sensing and measurement applications. MSP430FR235x MCUs integrate four configurable signal-chain modules called smart analog combos, each of which can be used as a 12-bit DAC or a configurable programmable-gain Op-Amp to meet the specific needs of a system while reducing the BOM and PCB size. 
11th January 2019

Ultra-low-power microcontroller devices for sensing applications

Ultra-low-power microcontroller devices for sensing applications
MSP430FR215x and MSP430FR235x microcontrollers (MCUs) from Texas Instruments are part of the MSP430 MCU value line portfolio of ultra-low-power low-cost devices for sensing and measurement applications. MSP430FR235x MCUs integrate four configurable signal-chain modules called smart analog combos, each of which can be used as a 12-bit DAC or a configurable programmable-gain Op-Amp to meet the specific needs of a system while reducing the BOM and PCB size. 
11th January 2019

Single-chip automotive radar sensor integrating DSP and MCU

Single-chip automotive radar sensor integrating DSP and MCU
The AWR1642 device from Texas Instruments is an integrated single-chip FMCW radar sensor capable of operation in the 76 to 81GHz band. The device is built with TI’s low-power 45nm RFCMOS process and enables high levels of integration in an extremely small form factor. The AWR1642 is an ideal solution for low-power, self-monitored, ultra-accurate radar systems in the automotive space.
4th January 2019


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