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Production ready IoT module

Said to be production ready, the Samsung ARTIK 053 module provides high-performance and hardened security for next-generation edge applications such as connected home appliances, building products, health care devices and industrial automation.

SiGe based amplifier outperforms other devices

The LTC6432-15 from Linear Technology is a wideband fully differential amplifier with 15dB gain. According to the company, recently acquired by Analog Devices, it offers a linearity of up to +50.3dBm at the output third-order intercept (OPI3dB), an output 1dB compression point (OP1dB) of +22.7dBm and a 3.2dB noise figure at 150MHz.

MCUs feature on chip digital filter

STMicroelectronics has begun volume production of its STM32L45x MCU range. According to the company, devices in the STM32L451, STM32L452, and STM32L462 lines integrate a digital filter for Sigma-Delta modulators, enabling audio capabilities such as noise cancellation or sound localisation on an inexpensive microcontroller.

DC/DC converter module range expanded

Vicor has added another high-density, high-efficiency, fixed ratio DC/DC converter module to its BCM6123 range. The latest addition, the BCM6123TD1E2663Txx, operates from a 384V DC nominal input and delivers an isolated nominal output of 24V.

SiP blends MCU and sub GHz radio

The SAM R30 from Microchip is a system in package (SiP) device integrating a SAM L21 microcontroller alongside an IEEE802.15.4 sub GHz. According to the supplier, the SiP delivers design flexibility and proven reliability, making it suitable for connected home, smart city and industrial applications.

Libero SoC v11.8 software provides debugging capabilities

The latest version of Microsemi’s Libero SoC software – version 11.8, a comprehensive suite of FPGA design tools – has been released. In addition to the software release, which includes enhancements such as mixed language simulation, debugging capabilities and a new netlist viewer, the company is also introducing a free evaluation license enabling users to evaluate the company’s flash-based FPGAs and SoC FPGAs.

Bridge links USB to I2S

A fixed-function audio bridge from Silicon Labs is said to provide a turnkey solution for transferring digital audio data between the USB and I2S interfaces.

Imec develops bifacial n-PERT solar cell

Bifacial n-PERT solar cells have been realised using an industrially-compatible process with a front-side conversion efficiency of 22.8%, according to Imec. Featuring a transparent backside and comparable front- and back contact schemes, bifacial solar cells capture light on both sides of the cell.

E-paper display module used in batteryless tag

Pervasive Displays (PDi), a specialist in e-paper displays, has unveiled a low power e-paper display (EPD) module, which has been used by Japan-based TOPPAN Printing to create a batteryless EPD tag with integrated RFID functionality, for logistics and inventory management.

Oscilloscope range extended

Teledyne LeCroy has launched the HDO4000A, HDO6000A, HDO8000A, and MDA800A analogue and mixed-signal oscilloscopes, with bandwidths ranging from 200MHz to 1GHz.

PMIC reduces wearable solution size by 50%

Designers of primary cell wearable medical and fitness applications can now reduce solution size by 50% and extend battery life with the MAX20310 ultra-low quiescent current (IQ) power management integrated circuit (PMIC) – according to Maxim.

Industrial SD models added to Datakey RUGGEDrive

ATEK Access Technologies has announced it has expanded its Datakey RUGGEDrive Line of USB flash drive and SD memory tokens with a new line of industrial models, providing industrial SD card functionality in the unique RUGGEDrive form factor.

Latest versions of GNAT Pro, CodePeer, QGen and SPARK Pro released

AdaCore has announced the release of the latest version of its four major products: GNAT Pro 17.1, a development environment for Ada and C; CodePeer 17.1, a deep static analysis tool for Ada that can identify bugs and vulnerabilities; QGen 17.1, a model-based development and verification toolset for Simulink and Stateflow models; and SPARK Pro 17.1, a verification environment that brings mathematics-based assurance to high-integrity software.

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