STMicroelectronics expands STM32WL wireless MCU ecosystem
STMicroelectronics and Stackforce have announced a wireless M-Bus (wM-Bus) software stack that leverages the integrated sub-GHz radio and multiple modulation schemes supported by STM32WL microcontrollers to cut bill-of-materials cost and enhance flexibility for developers of smart-metering systems.
Low-power 32-bit MCU aids complex sensor designs
The MAX32670 microcontroller (MCU) from Maxim Integrated allows engineers to develop designs with complex sensor processing while not compromising battery life.
12-bit DAC offers high accuracy in a tiny package
Texas Instruments' DAC60502 12-bit DAC is a highly accurate, low-power device with voltage output and is now in stock at Digi-Key.
Hardware platform aids MCU IoT-based designs
Mouser Electronics is now stocking the PSoC 62S2 Wi-Fi BT Pioneer Kit from Cypress Semiconductor.
AFE microcontrollers deliver better than 0.1% precision
Microcontrollers (MCUs) which combine an analogue front end (AFE) and an MCU core for use in equipment that delivers high-precision measurements of analogue signals, such as temperature, pressure, weight, or flow are in stock at RS Components.
SAR ADCs meet challenge of anti-alias filter designs
A pair of differential successive-approximation register (SAR) analogue to digital converters (ADCs) from Analog Devices are in stock at Mouser Electronics.
Efficient solutions with STM32 digital-power ecosystem
STMicroelectronics has launched a web-based ecosystem to help designers build digital-power solutions using STM32 digital-power ecosystem microcontrollers (MCUs).
Desktop processors boast higher boost frequencies
AMD has made three additions to the 3rd Gen AMD Ryzen desktop processors family – the AMD Ryzen 9 3900XT, AMD Ryzen 7 3800XT and AMD Ryzen 5 3600XT processors.
SoCs optimised for water and heat meters
The MSP430FR600x ultrasonic sensing and measurement SoCs from Texas Instruments are now being shipped by distributor Mouser Electronics.
AT&S fights energy losses in microelectronics
Energy plays a crucial role in microelectronics. As electronic components are becoming increasingly more powerful, they also require more energy. Scientists and technology companies therefore aim to develop methods and technologies to generate more energy and/or reduce energy requirements. AT&S is joining the fight against energy losses in microelectronics