Radiation-hardened SAMRH71 MCUs for space systems
Microchip Technology has announced the qualification of its SAMRH71 Arm-based microprocessor (MPU) and the availability of the SAMRH707 microcontroller (MCU), both implementing Arm Cortex-M7 SoC radiation-hardened technology.
MEMS accelerometer for high-performance automotive
The STMicroelectronics AIS2IH three-axis linear accelerometer brings enhanced resolution, temperature stability, and mechanical robustness to non-safety automotive applications including anti-theft, telematics, infotainment, tilt/inclination measurement, and vehicle navigation. It also paves the way to new performance-demanding applications in automotive, medical, and industrial segments.
MCU obtains CMVP Level 3 Certification under NIST FIPS 140-2 Security Standard
Renesas Electronics has announced that its 32-bit RX65N microcontroller (MCU) has achieved Cryptographic Module Validation Program (CMVP) Level 3 certification under the FIPS 140-2 security standard by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). According to Renesas the RX65N is the world’s first general-purpose MCU to obtain level 3 certification.
AEC-Q103 qualified XENSIV MEMS microphone for automotive
Infineon Technologies has announced the launch of the XENSIV IM67D130A. This new device combines the company’s expertise in the automotive industry with its technical knowledge in high-end MEMS microphones to address the need for high performance, low-noise MEMS microphones for automotive applications.
Renesas 16-bit MCU in stock at Digi-Key
Now being shipped by Digi-Key Electronics is the easy-to-use RL78/G23 ultra low-power 16-bit MCU from Renesas.
Low power 16-Bit general-purpose RL78/G23 MCUs launched
Renesas Electronics has announced the launch and the beginning of mass production of its 16-bit general-purpose RL78/G23 microcontroller (MCU), further strengthening its RL78 Family of 8-bit and 16-bit MCUs for a broad range of applications.
Mouser adds Quicklogic to global portfolio
Mouser Electronics has signed a global distribution agreement with QuickLogic, a developer of embedded FPGA IP; ultra-low-power, multi-core, voice-enabled systems-on-chips (SoCs); and endpoint artificial intelligence (AI) solutions.
MCUs offer strong security for IoT applications
The RA6M5 group of 32-bit microcontrollers (MCUs) from Renesas use high-performance 200 MHz Arm Cortex-M33 core with TrustZone, security enhancements, and CAN FD.
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Line of RA6 Series Arm Cortex M33-based MCUs launched
Renesas Electronics has announced the expansion of its RA6 Series microcontrollers (MCUs) with 20 new RA6M5 Group MCUs, completing the mainstream line of RA6 Series devices. The new parts offer a very wide array of communications options, generous on-chip memory, and Renesas’ security features, enabling customers to create new and innovative IoT designs.