Using the OS81119 INIC simplifies the network architecture of automotive in-vehicle infotainment systems, according to Microchip.
The MCP19123 buck controller offers a programmable differential input amplifier used to optimise performance and minimise system voltage error, accord...
Built using the SAM L21 MCU which leverages the Cortex M0+ architecture, the SAM R30 features ultra-low power sleep modes.
Ethernet GigEpack features 48Gb Ethernet ICs, USB 3.1 Gen 1connector and is supported by a series of Microchip switches, PHYs and LANs.
The PIC32MZ EF board features a 200MHz PIC32 MCU with an integrated Wi-Fi module, while the PIC32MX470 features a 120MHz MCU.
The kits are powered by Microchip's ATA8520E, a low-power RF transceiver with an integrated AVR microcontroller.
The kit includes the SAM L21 that achieves a ULPBench score of 185, the highest recorded score for any Cortex-M0+ while running the EEMBC ULPBench.
The PIC32MM devices include core independent peripherals such as CLC and MCCPs which help enable sensorless BLDC motor control applications.