Circuits

Capacitive Controller enhances touchscreen functionality.

Supplied in 5 x 5 mm BGA package, maXTouch(TM) mXT224 has 224 nodes and supports unlimited number of unique simultaneous touches with video-quality screen refresh rate of 250 Hz. It supports stretch/pinch and rotate gestures, rejection of unintended touches, as well as handwriting and shape recognition on screens surpassing 10 in. Able to completely redraw screen every 4 mS, single-chip solution...

Read More »

AVR® MCUs help optimize industrial motor control.

ATmega16M1/32M1/64M1, based on AVR-® 8-bit RISC architecture, serve high-accuracy PWM for motor control applications with CAN and LIN connectivity. Integrating peripherals necessary needed to satisfy demands of complex motor control algorithms, products feature 16, 32, or 64 KB of Flash; GPIO pins; ADC; analog comparators; as well as 8- and 16-bit timers. Integrated Power Stage Controller and...

Read More »

Microcontroller suits ultra-low-power applications.

As 128 KB picoPower-® megaAVR-® MCU in 44-pin package, ATmega1284P targets size-constrained, low-power applications such as wireless and Ethernet nodes, home automation, and other code-intensive battery or signal-line powered products. It offers 128 KB flash and 16 KB RAM while consuming 100 nA in power-down mode, 700 nA in power-save mode, and 0.45 mA in active mode at 1.8 V and 1 MHz....

Read More »
Automotive SoC enables precision ultrasonic sensing.

Automotive SoC enables precision ultrasonic sensing.

Supplied in 48-pin 7 x 7 mm LQFP, MAXQ-®7667 mixed-signal RISC MCU suits applications that must measure weak signals over long distances or identify multiple targets. Integrated data acquisition system SoC offers functions for adding intelligence to cost-sensitive sensor-conditioning applications. Integrated main functional blocks required to measure position include burst control, analog echo...

Read More »
Micropower, 3V Voltage Reference suits portable applications.

Micropower, 3V Voltage Reference suits portable applications.

Supplied in 2.9 x 2.3 mm SOT23 package, MAX6010 offers PSRR of 51 dB (typ) at 2 kHz to facilitate design of applications with electrically noisy environments. It has 200 mV dropout voltage and 3 -µA (typ) supply current independent of supply voltage. Suited for portable and battery-operated applications, solution operates from 3.2-5.5 V input and has output of 3.0 V. Reference has initial...

Read More »

GPS Location Processor features built-in CPU.

Intended for location-aware consumer devices, SiRFstarIV(TM) GSD4e can navigate -160 dBm and track -163 dBm. PVT solution consumes 8 mW in 1 Hz TricklePower mode and can maintain hot-start conditions continuously in SIRFaware mode while drawing 50-400 -µA. SiRFGeoRecov technologies make it possible to instantly geo-tag images or videos with camera or camcorder. Available in ROM and flash...

Read More »

Difference Amplifiers are sized as small as 4.9 x 3 mm.

Models AD8276, AD8277, and AD8278 offer slew rate of 1.1 V/-µsec and 15 -µsec settling time to 0.01%, as well as supply range of 2.5-36 V and 550 kHz bandwidth. Maximum quiescent current is 220 -µA with 86 dB common-mode rejection ratio. Units reject external interferences in low-power systems without increasing system power dissipation. Operating in temperatures from -40 to +125-

Read More »
Graphics SoC has integrated dual APIX link.

Graphics SoC has integrated dual APIX link.

Optimized for modular automotive display systems, MB86R02 (Jade D) incorporates 32-bit ARM926EJ-S(TM) CPU core with Coral PA graphics processor. It is based on 90 nm CMOS process technology and optimized for applications requiring 2D/3D graphics. Along with 105-

Read More »

Terrestrial Mobile TV RF Tuners support multiple standards.

Supplied in 4 x 4 mm LFCSP, ADMTV803/ADMTV804 support global terrestrial mobile TV standards and consume 90 mW to help prolong battery life and improve user experience in mobile handset and portable electronic devices. ADMTV803 supports UHF (470-860 MHz) broadcast frequencies, provides signal reception with noise figure of 2.5 dB, and integrates external passive devices required to configure RF...

Read More »
Quadrature Clock Converter ICs help ease MCU burden.

Quadrature Clock Converter ICs help ease MCU burden.

Models LS7082N1/LS7083N/LS7084N/LS7183N/LS7184N interface between incremental encoders and counting devices by converting encoder quadrature outputs into directional up/down clocks or clock and direction signals for driving counting devices. When interfaced with MCUs, devices can free up resources by relieving computational burden used for decoding quadrature signals. ICs offer x1, x2, or x4...

Read More »

All Topics