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IAR Embedded Workbench now supports all i.MX RT crossover NXP MCUs for high performance and ease of processing IAR Systems, a supplier of software tools and services for embedded development has announced that the latest version of the development toolchain...
The new Power Delivery Software Framework (PSF) solution gives more control to the user to modify PD code as their system evolves Two technologies are leading the next wave of wired connectivity: USB Type-C with Power Delivery (PD) and open-source...
Simplifies software updates and data transfers for IoT devices using power obtained from energy harvesting Renesas Electronics Corporation has introduced the RE01B microcontroller (MCU) with Bluetooth 5.0 support, expanding its RE Family of 32-bit ultra-low-power consumption MCUs.  Developed using the proprietary...
Radiation-qualified devices enable expanded Ethernet connectivity for space applications involving high-data rate communication Ethernet is becoming more common in spacecraft to enable hardwired communication speed, support higher data rates and facilitate interoperability between satellites and other spacecraft. To support its expansion...
New AC-DC microcontroller utilisess Inde-Flux transformer technology licensed to simplify design, and reduce size and cost Programmability and adaptive control are necessary for modern offline AC-DC power solutions to flexibly interface smart home devices with power systems. In these systems,...
Microcontrollers: It is a programmable integrated circuit (IC) that consists of a small CPU, RAM and I/O pins. Microcontroller units (MCUs) are widely used in many devices. CPU: It performs processing and is considered as the mind of the microcontroller....
32-bit Arm Cortex-M23-based MCUs offer best-in-class power consumption with flexible power modes and energy efficiency With the help of easy-to-use Flexible Software Package (FSP) and out-of-the-box software and hardware building block solutions, the RA2L1 MCUs provide ultra-low power and an...
The cost-effective, RISC-V-based MCU will offer security to IoT applications while powering up a huge number of connected devices In 2014, Espressif launched the ESP8266, a Wi-Fi-only MCU that facilitated simple connectivity use-cases. And in 2016, the ESP32 was launched,...
Automotive designers can now increase system capabilities with flexible and easy to use CIPs while connected to a high performing network To meet the increased demand for bandwidth and flexible data rates for safety and communication in automotive applications and...
The transceiver features dual communication channels with an SPI port connecting the L6364 to the host MCU with an additional interrupt pin for diagnostic reporting The device contains LDOs that can be powered from the external supply voltage...