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Within the world of electronics developments in Micros can be crucial to design engineers. At New Electronics we are aware of the importance of staying abreast of the recent advances in and the impact it can have on your role, that’s why we have collated all the latest news in one place.

Code generation support for STM32F7 MCU

Altia has announced its code generation support for the STMicroelectronics STM32F7 Microcontroller (MCU). The STM32F7 addresses a range of applications and is said to be the first MCU on the market to feature the ARM Cortex-M7 processor.

Power efficient MCUs

Renesas has announced the RX231 series of 32-bit MCUs, which is claimed to offer designers a combination of high performance and low power consumption, with digital signal processing and access to a floating point unit.

SensorTag development kit connects sensors to the Cloud in minutes

Mouser is stocking the CC2650STK SimpleLink multi-standard SensorTag development kit from Texas Instruments (TI). The SensorTag is equipped with a SimpleLink CC2650 ultra-low power wireless microcontroller, featuring a 48MHz ARM Cortex-M3 core paired with a 2.4GHz RF transceiver compatible with Bluetooth Smart, ZigBee, 6LoWPAN and other IEEE 802.15.4 protocols.

Extended reliability microprocessors

Extended reliability versions of Freescale's T4 series of microprocessors have been released by e2v, including T4240 (24 virtual cores), T4160 (16 virtual cores) and T4080 (8 virtual cores).

IO-link reference design kit speeds development

Linear Technology has introduced an IO-Link (IEC 61131-9) reference design kit, which includes the DC2228A eight-port IO-link master and DC2227A IO-Link device reference designs. With more than 2.19 million IO-Link nodes installed worldwide, the growing demand for larger networks is addressed by the new reference design kit, which reduces IC count, development costs and time to market.

Cypress samples 4Mb asynchronous SRAMs with ECC

Cypress Semiconductor has begun sampling 4Mb asynchronous SRAMs with Error-Correcting Code (ECC), which enables them to provide higher levels of data reliability, without the need for additional error correction chips. As a result designs can be simplified and board space reduced.

Cypress offers fully-certified, small-form-factor Bluetooth Smart module

Cypress Semiconductor has introduced a Bluetooth Smart module that has been designed to provide an end-to-end Bluetooth Low Energy solution. The new, small-form-factor EZ-BLE PRoC module, based on Cypress’s PRoC BLE Programmable Radio-on-Chip solution, includes Bluetooth 4.1 qualification and worldwide regulatory certification, simplifying design and cutting time to market.

Microchip releases new multizone technology

Microchip Technology has released its second generation multizone audio technology along with a mobile app for use in whole-home-audio and multi-room applications based on the JukeBlox 4 platform. The JB Multizone 2.0 feature enables synchronized and robust audio streaming to multiple speakers in conjunction with the JB App, a turnkey mobile app that enables easy setup and operation of the wireless speaker.

Toshiba targets IoT with expanded ApP Lite TZ5000 Series

Toshiba Electronics Europe has expanded its selection of ApP Lite processors with the launch of the TZ5010XBG, TZ5011XBG, TZ5021XBG and TZ5023XBG. Designed for Internet of Things (IoT) applications, these new ARM Cortex-A9 based processors reduce power consumption.

Silicon Labs offers scalable car radio system solution

Silicon Labs has introduced a complete portfolio of receivers/audio processors and multi-standard digital radio ICs designed to deliver AM/FM and digital radio performance for the global car radio market. The new Si46xx family, which includes single-chip digital radio-coprocessors and data receivers, provides an advanced digital radio audio decoding and data reception solution for analogue and digital radio.

Intersil unveils synchronous buck regulator for FPGAs and MCUs

The new ISL8002B synchronous buck (step-down) switching regulator from Intersil has been designed to deliver up to 2A of continuous output current from a 2.7V to 5.5V input supply. Along with the device’s 2MHz switching frequency it provides additional programmable soft-start, and output tracking and sequencing of FPGAs and microprocessors, providing increased system reliability for point-of load conversions in networking, factory automation, instrumentation, and medical equipment.

MCUs control two BLDC motors simultaneously

Toshiba Electronics Europe has added two products to its range of ARM Cortex-M4F based MCUs. Both parts – the TMPM470FDFG and TMPM475FDFG – are targeted at energy efficient motor applications and incorporate vectoring technology. The TMPM475FDFG also features a CAN controller for specialist factory automation applications.

MCUs come with larger flash and RAM options

A new family of 32bit MCUs has been released by Microchip. Available in 256/64KB Flash/Ram configurations, the devices come with software and tools for designs in digital audio with Bluetooth, USB audio, graphics, touch sensing and general purpose embedded control.

New product innovations from FTDI

FTDI's focus at Embedded World was on two new families of microcontrollers, each tailored for specific applications. The company terms these as AOCs – application oriented controllers – and initially there are two families, the FT51 and the FT900.

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