On Semiconductor's RSL10 multi-protocol Bluetooth 5 radio SoC will utilise GlobalFoundries' 55LPx eFlash platform, targeting health and wellness applications.
The RSL10 provides a voltage supply range between 1.1 and 3.6V without an external DC/DC converter, according to On Semiconductor.
The LTM2885 micromodule transceiver protects from ground-to-ground differentials with 6.5kV reinforced isolation and clearance distances.
The reference design combines Weltrend Semiconductor's WTHRM122 HRM MCU with New Japan Radio's optical sensor and ROHM's KXTJ2-1009 accelerometer.
The enhanced sensitivity can be critical in applications such as scientific and medical imaging, machine vision or intelligent transportation systems.
With the right power management, design and production controls and when used under the guidance and on the recommendation of…
AVX has unveiled an interactive Medical Selector Guide that contains industry-specific summary information about its line-up of electronic components for…