32-Bit RISC microcontrollers deliver performance needed for real-time applications

Now available from Mouser stock, Toshiba TX03 32-Bit RISC microcontrollers embed an ARM Cortex-M3 core, which provides the high code density and fast interrupt response times required for many real-time applications. The microcontrolle

Mouser Electronics | 15-09-2015

USB-C connector revolution boosted with cost-effective new controller

The addition of the UTC2000, USB-C controller to its leading portfolio of USB devices has been announced by Microchip. With the new device, designers of a wide range of applications covering the consumer, industrial and automotive market

Microchip Technology | 14-09-2015

Three-phase brushless fan motor controller

Available now from Farnell element14, Rohm's BD62011FS controller synthesises the optimal driving signal from Hall sensor signals, then outputs it to control the external level shifter and power transistor. Also, the controller is pin co

Farnell element14 | 07-09-2015

High-resolution inductance to digital converter for tough environments

This post is sponsored by Texas Instruments. A tough 1.8V to 3.3V, high-resolution inductance-to-digital converter for short-range, high-speed, contactless sensing of position, rotation, or motion, the LDC1101 has been introduced by Te

Texas Instruments | 04-09-2015

High-performance SDRAMs for commercial and industrial applications

Solid State Supplies has announced availability of a range of Alliance Memory synchronous DRAM memory chips featuring state-of-the-art silicon from Micron Technology. The devices now in stock are a high-speed, low-voltage 8-Gbit DDR3L SDRAM

Solid State | 03-09-2015

Robust and cost-efficient automotive infotainment networks based on coax

Microchip has announced the industry's first MOST150 coaxial transceiver. Extending the usage of coaxial cabling to powerful automotive infotainment networks based on the latest MOST150 standard, the company's OS82150 device integrates a

Microchip Technology | 02-09-2015

Smart ARM-based low-power 32-bit microcontrollers

Using the low-power microcontrollers use the 32-bit ARM Cortex -M0+ processor, Atmel's ATSAMD1X SMART ARM-based microcontrollers are now stocked by Mouser. The ATSAMD1X range from 14 to 24 pins with up to 16KB flash and 4KB of SRAM. T

Mouser Electronics | 27-08-2015

Digitally-controlled wideband variable-gain amplifier

The Texas Instruments (TI) LMH6401 5GHz wideband, digitally-controlled, variable-gain amplifier (DVGA) is now stocked by Mouser. It is designed for DC to radio frequency (RF), intermediate frequency (IF), and high-speed time-domain applicat

Mouser Electronics | 26-08-2015

Enhanced industrial Ethernet switches feature IEEE 1588-2008 precision protocol

Microchip has added the LAN9353, LAN9354 and LAN9355 three-port, 10/100 Industrial Ethernet switches to its reliable, high-quality, and high-performance portfolio of Ethernet solutions, which includes Ethernet switches, controllers, brid

Microchip Technology | 26-08-2015

Line-up of ARM Cortex-M-based microcontrollers expanded

Toshiba Electronics Europe is to enhance its portfolio of ARM Cortex-based microcontrollers with the development of the new TXZ family of microcontrollers that support low-power consumption and high-speed operation for IoT and M2M ecosystem

Toshiba | 26-08-2015

Low-power low-cost scalability offered by SAM D10/D11 microcontrollers

Mouser is now stocking the SAM D10 and SAM D11 SMART ARM-Based Microcontrollers from Atmel. The SAM D10/D11 are low-power microcontrollers based on a 32-bit ARM Cortex -M0+ processor operating at a maximum frequency of 48MHz. The SAM D10

Mouser Electronics | 26-08-2015

Two new SoCs for use with the Sigfox low power cellular network systems

For use with the Sigfox low-power cellular network, Alpha Micro has announced the availability of two system-on-chip (SoC) wireless transceivers from AXSEM. Aimed at providing global cellular network connectivity for low bandwidth Internet

Alpha Micro Components | 26-08-2015

N-channel IGBT for harsh-environment automotive ignition systems

Aimed at applications such as automotive ignition coil driver circuits and coil-on-plug systems, Fairchild Semiconductor's FGD3325G2_F085 EcoSPARK 2 N-Channel Ignition IGBT is now stocked by Mouser. The device is designed with Fairchil

Mouser Electronics | 25-08-2015

Low-noise / drift 32-bit precision analog-to-digital converter

Mouser now stocks the Texas Instruments (TI) ADS1262 - a 32-bit precision low-noise, low-drift, 38.4-kSPS, delta-sigma analog-to-digital converter (ADC). The devices come with an integrated PGA, reference, and internal fault monitors.

Mouser Electronics | 25-08-2015