Xilinx Ships World’s First 28nm FPGA

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Xilinx, Inc announced the beginning of the 7 series FPGA rollout with shipment of the first Kintex(TM)-7 K325T Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA), marking the industry’s fastest product rollout of next generation programmable logic devices built with 28nm technology. Kintex-7 … Read More

NXP adds USB to Cortex-M0 MCUs

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NXP Semiconductors has developed USB IP for use on its ARM Cortex-M0 based microcontrollers. The LPC11U00 family has a configurable full speed USB 2.0 device controller as well as a smart card interface. With the introduction of this family NXP … Read More

SiP combines CAN physical layer transceiver and MCU

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The LPC11C22 and LPC11C24 from NXP(1) are integrated high-speed CAN(2) physical layer transceiver and microcontroller with on-chip CANopen(3) drivers. The system-in-package(4) solution with integrated TJF1051 CAN transceiver(5) provide CAN functionality in a LQFP48(6) package. NXP says that CAN transceivers can … Read More

A New Development and Education Board Using Microcontroller ARM7 LH79525

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Introduction In Vietnam, ARM development boards are rare but the demand for them is so high among academics and microcontroller hobbyists. To respond to such need, we have designed and built the ARM7-LH79525 Development and Education board to serve lectures … Read More

Qualcomm rolls 28-nm Snapdragon

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SAN JOSE, Calif. – At its analyst meeting in New York on Wednesday (Nov. 17), Qualcomm Inc. has rolled out a new version of its Snapdragon chipset, based on a 28-nm process. Geared for smartphones and tablets, the chipset will … Read More

Kinetis X provides up to 200 MHz

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Freescale Semiconductor has added a new Kinetis series of MCUs with an increased operating frequency up to 200 MHz. Built on an ARM Cortex-M4 core, with DSP and floating point instructions, the X series include 1 to 4 Mbyte of … Read More

IBM chip breakthrough

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IBM’s new CMOS Integrated Silicon Nanophotonics technology boosts the data transfer rate between computer chips using pulses of light, a development that could increase the performance of supercomputers by a thousand times or more. CMOS Integrated Silicon Nanophotonics combines electrical … Read More

SAM3N Cortex-M3 flash MCUs have QTouch support

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The Atmel SAM3N and SAM3S series provide capacitive touch support for buttons, sliders and wheels with the Atmel QTouch library and studio to deploy modern-user interfaces. The series has an extended supply range from 1.62 to 3.6V to enable a … Read More

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