News and Events
|Cypress Introduces Easy-to-Use Development Platform for iPhone and iPod Accessories Based on Revolutionary PSoC® 3 Architecture|
New Development Tool Enables Made for iPod Program Licensees to Quickly Design Feature-Rich Accessories Using Configurability of PSoC
3 May 2010
|Cypress Introduces Industry's First Programmable, Flexible Powerline Communication Solution Based on PSoC® Architecture|
Complete Solution Enables Reliable Transmission of Command and Control Data Over High- and Low-Voltage Power Lines with No New Wires
25 March 2010
|Cypress Introduces New Development Platform for PSoC 5 Programmable System-on-Chip Architecture with ARM Cortex-M3 Processor|
New Scalable Platform Combines Programmable Precision Analog and Digital Logic with High Performance 32-Bit Processor for Unmatched Integration and Flexibility - Two new development kits for PSoC 5 Architecture - Samples now available for PSoC 5 CY8C55xxx family - Enhanced version of PSoC Creator Software IDE with PSoC 5 support
2 July 2010
|Cypress Introduces World's First 32-Mbit and 64-Mbit Fast Asynchronous SRAMs|
New Devices Feature Fast Response Times and Smallest Footprint; Add to Industry’s Broadest Portfolio SAN JOSE, Calif., May 19, 2010 – Cypress Semiconductor Corp. today introduced 32-Mbit and 64-Mbit fast asynchronous SRAMs, the industry’s first such devices. The new SRAMs offer very fast response times and the smallest footprint at these densities. They target applications such as storage servers, switches and routers, testing equipment, high-end security systems and military systems.
7 June 2010
|DC/DC Converters from Diodes Incorporated Increase Efficiency|
Delivering a continuous load current of up to 3A, the AP6507 and AP6508 synchronous DC/DC buck converters from Diodes Incorporated offer designers of distributed power systems an operating efficiency as high as 90%. With input voltage ranges of respectively 4.5V to 18V and 4.5V to 21V, these compact converters will support the needs of low voltage 5V and 12V bus systems in a broad range of consumer electronic products including monitors, LCD TVs and set-top boxes.
30 May 2011
|Digital Signal Control Capabilities on TI's Stellaris® ARM® Cortex™-M4F Core Based Microcontrollers Highlighted by Software Inte|
Developers can now migrate existing CMSIS-based software to any Stellaris microcontroller and make the switch to TIAUSTIN, Texas, Feb. 22, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Enabling developers to streamline the design process, Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) (NASDAQ: TXN) today announced its Stellaris® Cortex™-M4F-core based microcontrollers (MCUs) now support ARM's® latest Cortex Microcontroller Software Interface Standard (CMSIS).
27 February 2012
|Dual 13A or Single 26A DC/DC µModule Step-Down, Regulator with Integrated Heat Sink Delivers up to 100A |
Linear Technology Corporation introduces the LTM4620, a dual 13A per output or single 26A output DC/DC µModule® (pronounced micromodule) step-down regulator that delivers up to 100A when four devices are current shared. The LTM4620 is a complete DC/DC regulator system in a 15mm x 15mm x 4.41mm LGA package, including inductors, power stages and all control circuits.
8 October 2012
|Dual 3A, 2.5MHz, 42V Boost/Inverting DC/DC |
MILPITAS, CA – January 25, 2012 – Linear Technology Corporation announces the LT8582, a dual independent channel, step-up DC/DC converter with integrated fault protection features for output shorts, input/output overvoltages, and overtemperature conditions. Each channel of the LT8582 uses two integrated 42V switches: a 1.7A master switch and a 1.3A slave switch that can be tied together for a total current limit of 3A.
1 February 2012
|EAD Adds New Models to its WCO Platform|
EAD is pleased to announce some further enhancements to its WCO (Waterproof Compact Omni) product range. The new model, the WCO-FLY, is a permanent mount compact omni with either a RG174 flying lead terminating in a SMA, MMCX, FME or other common connector or a micro co-ax flying lead terminating in U.FL or MCF (GSC compatible) connector.
27 March 2012
|EAD Introduces Active GPS Stubby Antenna|
EAD is pleased to introduce an innovative new antenna for GPS applications. The GPS-Stubby is an active GPS stub antenna designed for mobile terminals requiring an external GPS antenna. Especially in applications where a traditional patch antenna with a cable is unsuitable or where the cable will get in the way, the GPS-Stubby provides a cost-effective and compact alternative.
27 March 2012