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NanoPi NEO3 Headless SBC Launched for $20 and up

2020-07-11 04:15 CNXSoft Jean-Luc Aufranc (CNXSoft)

Last month, we found out FriendlyELEC was working on NanoPi NEO3, a tiny SBC powered by Rockchip RK3328 processor and made for headless applications and networked storage thanks to Gigabit Ethernet...

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Kitronik powers up the :MOVE Motor robot buggy

2020-07-10 17:46 ElectronicsWeekly Alun Williams

Mind your step, here comes the Kitronik robot buggy :MOVE Motor, which works with the BBC micro:bit mini educational computer.

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Tiny modules unlock i.MX8M Mini and Nano

2020-07-10 17:22 LinuxGizmos Eric Brown

Keith & Koep’s Linux-friendly 48 x 32mm “Myon II” and “Myon II Nano” modules feature the i.MX8M Mini and Nano with 8GB and 4GB LPDDR4, respectively, along with eMMC expansion, GbE, MIPI-DSI and -CSI, and up to -40 to 85°C support. Germany-based Keith & Koep has added two new members to its 48 x 32 […]

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Element14 Discovers Fate

2020-07-10 15:27 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

ELEMENT 14,the UK comms processor design house,has discovered its fate after being acquired by Broadcom,the US telecoms manufacturer reported Electronics Weekly on December 13th 2000. Engineers from Element 14 in Bristol and Belgium will form the nucleus of a division at Broadcom specialising in digital subscriber line (DSL) technology. “Broadcom has agreed to create a ...

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Most Read articles – ESA’s Copernicus, Apple silicon, Google fabbing

2020-07-10 12:58 ElectronicsWeekly Alun Williams

There's the ESA divvying up the contracts for its Copernicus Earth observation missions, an EW BrightSpark of 2020, Arm-based SoCs being introduced in Macs, researchers integrating photonics and electronics on one chip and the eye-catching news that Google is offering to fab open-source chip designs for free...

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RFCat N32 Long Range nRF52832 Bluetooth Board Delivers 30x the Transmission Power with an Amplifier

2020-07-10 11:46 CNXSoft Jean-Luc Aufranc (CNXSoft)

Bluetooth 5.0 has two main new features: high speed (2Mbps) and long-range. But as we’ve seen in our nRF52840 vs nRF52832 vs nRF52810 comparison is that only nRF52840 supports Bluetooth 5.x...

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UK Space Agency opens call for proposals on 5G and logistics

2020-07-10 11:05 ElectronicsWeekly Alun Williams

The UK Space Agency, European Space Agency (ESA) and the UK’s Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) have opened a call for proposals on 5G and space technology. Specifically, they are inviting companies to submit their ideas for deploying downstream services addressing the UK Government’s priorities in the Logistics sector. They believe the ...

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isardSAT to contribute radar altimeter to ESA Copernicus mission

2020-07-10 07:39 ElectronicsWeekly Alun Williams

isardSAT, which specialises in Earth Observation technology, has revealed that it has been chosen participate in one of the ESA Copernicus missions recently announced. Details are starting to emerge of the companies involved in the contracts to deliver the six missions that together form ESA’s Earth observation programme. isardSAT will participate in the development of ...

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‘The chip Industry has hardly blinked’

2020-07-10 07:15 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

Against a backdrop of negative forecasts for the semiconductor industry this year, Future Horizons is predicting an outlook of -3% to +1.4%. “The chip industry has hardly blinked – automotive and smartphones aside,” says Malcolm Penn, CEO of Future Horizons (pictured), commenting on the effect of the coronavirus. WSTS are projecting 3.3% growth for this ...

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White paper on EMC issues in EV battery design

2020-07-10 07:05 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

Schaffer, the EMC specialist, has produced a whitepaper for designers of battery and hybrid electric vehicle charging stations, providing guidance on the following key topics: • Which safety requirements must be met in EV charging. • Which EMC limit values are set for EV charging stations. • The critically important requirements for galvanic isolation in ...

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Auto pressure sensor integrates LIN v2.2a interface

2020-07-10 07:03 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

Renesas has brought out an automotive pressure sensor solution featuring an integrated certified LIN v2.2a interface. The single-package sensor signal conditioner (SSC) is for HVAC applications used in plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV), Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV), and Fuel-cell Electric Vehicle (FCEV) climate control systems. The ZSSC4132 can be configured for nearly all resistive bridge ...

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Debian based Mobian Linux OS Brings Librem 5 Phosh Shell to Pinephone

2020-07-10 06:51 CNXSoft Jean-Luc Aufranc (CNXSoft)

2020 is the year of the Linux phone. Sort of… At least, we now have smartphones that ships with Linux thanks to PinePhone and Librem 5, and several Linux mobile operating systems with Ubuntu...

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PoE FeatherWing Brings PoE, Unique MAC Address to Adafruit Feather Boards (Crowdfunding)

2020-07-10 05:45 CNXSoft Jean-Luc Aufranc (CNXSoft)

After the launch of Microchip SAMA5 powered Giant Board last year, Silicognition LLC (Patrick Van Oosterwijck) is back with another Adafruit Feather compatible board. PoE FeatherWing is an expansion...

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After 13 Years Amazon Gets Competition

2020-07-10 02:01 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

A stroke of luck for Jeff Bezos, just as he prepares to testify before a Congressional anti-trust hearing, is that Walmart is about to give Amazon a run for its money in the next-day home delivery market. For $98 a month, starting this month, Walmart is to offer a service akin to Amazon Prime – ...

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Rockchip PX30 based in-vehicle system supports OBD-II telematics and ADAS

2020-07-09 17:23 LinuxGizmos Eric Brown

Arbor’s 8-inch “IOT-800N” automotive telematics panel PC for ADAS and fleet management runs Android 8.1 or Linux on a quad -A35 Rockchip PX30 and offers CAN/OBD-II, 4G, GPS, WiFi/BT, NFC, and an 8MP camera. Arbor announced a Rockchip PX30-based telematics computer with an 8-inch touchscreen for Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) and fleet management that […]

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Stamp-sized dc-dc converters deliver 20A over –55 to +120°C, with Pb-inclusive option

2020-07-09 15:57 ElectronicsWeekly Steve Bush

Vicor has added Pb-inclusive version of its postage stamp sized PI3323 the PI3325 buck converter controllers for Mil COTS applications. They come in tin-lead 10 x 14mm BGA packages 2.5mm high and operate over –55 to +120°C (see table below for other package and temperature options). Input range is 14 – 42V, and the outputs are: PI3323-00-BGMP 2.2 – ...

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Fable: The Technology In Search Of An Application

2020-07-09 15:28 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

31 years ago the UK entered the non-volatile memory market with Plessey acting as a foundry for a Colorado fabless company. Plessey’s partner had difficulty finding applications for its nvSRAM parts which were expensive compared to other forms of NV memory. Shortly after forming the collaboration Plessey was bought by a consortium of GEC and ...

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108kW silicon carbide motor drive to electric cars at PCIM

2020-07-09 14:19 ElectronicsWeekly Steve Bush

Silicon carbide mosfet maker Wolfspeed did a presentation on its 180kW electric vehicle motor drive – designed with NXP and Vepco – at virtual-PCIM this year. The three phase design is for permanent magnet motors, and is good for 15,000rpm and peaks above 97% efficient. Functional safety targets are ASIL-C and ASIL-D. It operates at 350V ...

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Intel Issues Product Discontinuance Schedule for Gemini Lake Processors

2020-07-09 14:15 CNXSoft Jean-Luc Aufranc (CNXSoft)

Intel Gemini Lake low power processors based on Goldmont Plus architecture were announced in 2017 as successors of Apollo Lake family with the official launch in 2018 fairly quickly followed by a...

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UK-US sign rocket launching agreement

2020-07-09 13:57 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

The US and UK have agreed a Technology Safeguards Agreement making it easier for US and UK companies to launch rockets from the UK. “This agreement marks an exciting new area for UK-US space collaboration and represents a significant step towards US companies launching from UK spaceports,” said the UK ambassador to the US Dame ...

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Picture of the Day: Monitoring plants with an Arduino

2020-07-09 12:36 ElectronicsWeekly Alun Williams

This theme periodically recurs, but check out this Arduino-based attempt to capture the digital essence of that most analogue of processes: growing plants.

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ODYSSEY-X86J4105 SBC Unboxing and Re_Computer Case Review

2020-07-09 12:24 CNXSoft Jean-Luc Aufranc (CNXSoft)

Seeed Studio ODYSSEY-X86J4105 is an Intel Celeron J4105 Gemini Lake SBC that also happens to integrate an Arduino compatible Microchip SAMD21 Arm Cortex M0+ microcontroller that makes it suitable as...

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PCIM: Wolfspeed’s 650V SiC mosfets, with reference designs

2020-07-09 11:36 ElectronicsWeekly Steve Bush

Wolfspeed announced 650V silicon carbide mosfets at the virtual PCIM exhibition (see table below. With these were announced an evaluation kit and several reference designs: KIT-CRD-3DD065P dc-dc buck-boost reference design Can implement synchronous/asynchronous buck or boost converter, Half Bridge and Full Bridge (Please note: Full Bridge topology requires 2 Evaluation Kits) Board features footprints for ...

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22mm collimators that hide die pattern from Gaggione

2020-07-09 10:56 ElectronicsWeekly Steve Bush

Gaggione has introduced a 16mm diameter range of optical collimators for LED lighting, optimised not to image the die – giving a smooth beam as a consequence. Made in PMMA (acrylic) and called LLC22, they are “dedicated to single and multi-chip high power LEDs. The range is based on our patented non-chip-imaging technology. The LED chip will ...

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Low rolling resistance tyres maximise EV range

2020-07-09 09:08 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

Bridgestone has brought its low rolling resistance tyre technology called ENLITEN to the roads in Volkswagen’s all-electric ID.3 ENLITEN Technology enables a super low rolling resistance to help conserve the ID.3’s battery power. Battery power is also conserved by the fact that tyres with ENLITEN Technology are lighter, requiring up to 2kg less raw materials ...

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ESA announces winners of its Startup Competition

2020-07-09 07:31 ElectronicsWeekly Alun Williams

Four winners have been revealed of the European Space Agency’s (ESA) startup competition, using space to solve problems on Earth. They are: Cosmic (helping to conserve water), Hawa Dawa (reducing air pollution), Orbital EOS (better detection of oils spills) and ConstellR (increase crop yields). Cosmic Srl, in Italy, was the overall winner. They aim to ...

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AI processor uses analogue memory

2020-07-09 07:21 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

Imec and GLOBALFOUNDRIES have announced a hardware demonstration of an AI IC Made with Imec’s Analog in Memory Computing (AiMC) architecture Using GloFo’s 22nm FD-SOI process. The chip performs neural network calculations on in-memory computing hardware in the analogue domain. Achieving record-high energy efficiency up to 2,900 TOPS/W, the accelerator is a key enabler for ...

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Arm unloads IoT unit

2020-07-09 07:01 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

Arm is unloading its IoT unit onto its parent Softbank, taking the operation off the Arm balance sheet. Arm’s two IoT businesses, IoT Platform and Treasure Data will be transferred by the end of September. Moving away from its core business of designing processor IP was a controversial move for Arm because it looked as ...

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Thermography adopted for battery production in-line inspection

2020-07-09 07:00 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

Comau of Turin has added thermography to its vision system family Machine Inspection Recognition Archetypes (MI.RA). Designed for industrial-scale battery manufacturing, MI.RA/Thermography uses thermal imaging and artificial intelligence to perform non-invasive automated assessment and control of welded joints, to ensure battery integrity and prevent waste. Its non-destructive testing methodology protects cycle times without changing the ...

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Intel Introduces Thunderbolt 4, Showcases MultiPort Thunderbolt 4 Docks

2020-07-09 05:29 CNXSoft Jean-Luc Aufranc (CNXSoft)

Intel has just introduced Thunderbolt 4 universal cable connectivity solution for data, video, and power with up to 40 Gbps bandwidth, and USB4 specification compliance. The new standard can support...

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China Needs To Find Its Place In The World

2020-07-09 02:21 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

One of the earliest lessons one learns in life is not to give into bullies. Giving in results in more bullying. China resorts to bullying pretty early on in disputes. As expected, China is now threatening the UK with unspecified economic consequences if it doesn’t use Huawei switch gear. When the Aussies asked for an ...

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Coffee Lake system supports seven independent displays

2020-07-08 22:56 LinuxGizmos Eric Brown

Vecow’s rugged “RCX-1000 PEG” series runs Linux or Win 10 on 8th or 9th Gen Coffee Lake CPUs with up to 2x PCI/PCIe x16 slots for graphics plus PCIe x4, 2x M.2, 2x mini-PCIe, 4x SATA, 6x USB 3.1 Gen2, and 2x GbE ports. Vecow announced another rugged, PCIe-enabled system with Intel 8th/9th Gen Coffee […]

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LMD’s phone sensor can save lives

2020-07-08 19:08 ElectronicsWeekly Alun Williams

Undiagnosed hypertension kills. LMD’s V-Sensor could help save yours…

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30V mosfets half-bridge plus Schottky in one package

2020-07-08 18:52 ElectronicsWeekly Steve Bush

Vishay has introduced a 30V n-channel MOSFET half-bridge power stage that combines a high side TrenchFET and low side SkyFET in a 3.3 x 3.3mm package. The mosfets are optimised for their respective tasks in a buck converter (see table and diagram). One has a maximum on-resistance of 4.5mΩ at 10V (7.0mΩ at 4.5V) and ...

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Etch a metasurface with without ruining the physical surface

2020-07-08 18:23 ElectronicsWeekly Steve Bush

Researchers from the University of Southampton have found a way to make an optically-active meta-surface without altering the physical shape of the surface. Infra-red thermal control coatings and non-linear optics are potential applications. Metasurfaces are structures designed to control, for example, electromagnetic radiation using repeating structures, typically with sub-micrometer dimensions for light. Routes to forming ...

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Coffee Lake-H module features Intel CM246 chipset

2020-07-08 16:51 LinuxGizmos Eric Brown

Nexcom’s Linux-ready “ICES 675” is a COM Express Basic Type 6 module with an 8th Gen Coffee Lake-H CPU and Intel CM246 chipset, triple display support, multiple PCIe connections, and an optional ICEB 8060 carrier. Nexcom’s NexCobot unit has announced a 125 x 95mm COM Express Basic Type 6 module with Intel’s 45W TDP 8th […]

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Heart rate and oxygen sensor has LEDs and algorithms, in

2020-07-08 16:13 ElectronicsWeekly Steve Bush

Maxim has created a module for sensing human heart-rate and oxygen saturation that includes photodiodes, an analogue front-end and a Arm Cortex-M4 microcontroller with embedded algorithms, in a thin (0.88mm) 4.5 x 4.1mm 38pin OLGA package. However, it does external component to operate: four LEDs, a multiplexer and an accelerometer chip. “MAXM86146 uses accelerometer data ...

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Yanks Bored By Bug

2020-07-08 15:30 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

As US coronavirus infection levels reach record levels a survey from Pew Centre shows that, in June, nearly 40% of US adults reckoned the outbreak has been exaggerated – an almost 10% increase since April. Republicans or tending-towards Republicans had the largest increase between April and June, going from 47% to 63% believing the outbreak has ...

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Rohm starts lab in China for automotive power electronics

2020-07-08 14:56 ElectronicsWeekly Steve Bush

Japanese power component supplier Rohm has teamed up with Chinese electric power train company Leadrive Technology to build a joint silicon carbide power laboratory in the Shanghai free trade zone. The two companies have been collaborating since 2017, when Leadrive was established. “Establishing a joint research lab centred on vehicle power modules and inverters utilising ...

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Gadget Book: TinyML for the Arduino

2020-07-08 13:58 ElectronicsWeekly Alun Williams

Here's a book that may interest Gadget Masters looking to build some machine learning on their own local device: TinyML, as in tiny machine learning.

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Want to know how Si, GaN and SiC power transistors compare?

2020-07-08 13:11 ElectronicsWeekly Steve Bush

It is PCIM time – and this year the European power exhibition has gone virtual. For the last few years, silicon carbide and particularly gallium nitride power transistors have been at the heart of many power supply demonstrators at the show – particularly in supplies handling hundreds of volts. If you need a run through ...

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ETSI Releases EN 303 645 IoT Security Standard for Consumer Devices

2020-07-08 12:53 CNXSoft Jean-Luc Aufranc (CNXSoft)

To be successful over the long term, IoT must be secure, at least that’s what people say. So in 2016, UL introduced the UL 2900 IoT security standard, but it set the bar so high, that nobody...

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Alps squeezes linear force sensor into 1.50 x 0.85 x 0.68mm

2020-07-08 11:44 ElectronicsWeekly Steve Bush

You have to hand it to Alps for managing to make a surface-mount force sensor that is only 1.50 x 0.85 x 0.68mm while maintaining 2% of full scale linearity. The company is aiming at the business ends of force-sensitive drawing styli with the HSFPAR007A, as it will be know. It follows on from a larger ...

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Sponsored Content: Providing very high power DC-DC conversion for defence and other demanding applications

2020-07-08 10:56 ElectronicsWeekly EW Staff

Engineers designing power systems today are under constant pressure to deliver ever higher levels of power, while also being constrained by size, weight, and cost considerations, writes Vicor. Introduction The defence sector, for instance, contains many applications where all these factors count, with an added requirement for high reliability. Examples include ground based vehicular systems, ...

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Imagination aims at automotive with ISO 26262 GPU and ADAS processor

2020-07-08 10:00 ElectronicsWeekly Steve Bush

Imagination technologies has created a GPU product line specifically for automotive use, building functional safety throughout the design to minimise the need for system-level safety intervention when meeting ISO 26262 requirements, according to the company. The automotive market is important to Imagination, which claims that over 200 million vehicles already have its GPUs in their digital ...

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Maia ESP32-S2 Development Board Features Micro USB OTG Port, Prototyping Area

2020-07-08 09:56 CNXSoft Jean-Luc Aufranc (CNXSoft)

One of the advantages of the new ESP32-S2 processor is that it offers a USB OTG interface. So far few boards took advantage of the extra interface, and one of the rare ones is Cucumber ESP32-S2 board...

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Synaptics buys Broadcom IoT connectivity business

2020-07-08 09:05 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

Synaptics is to buy Broadcom’s Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS/GNSS products and business in the IoT market for $250 million. Synaptics expects the transaction to add approximately $65 million in current annualized sales and provide significant revenue growth potential. The transaction is expected to be immediately accretive to Synaptics’ non-GAAP gross margins and non-GAAP earnings post-close. ...

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$20bn invested in China chip-makers this year

2020-07-08 07:30 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

Chinese IC companies have had $20.5 billion of equity investment committed to them so far this year, led by the $6.5-7.5 billion to be raised from the sale of SMIC shares, reports the Nikkei. Last year’s investment in the sector was $9 billion. As wll as central government funds, Shanghai and Beijing have also set ...

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Apple Silicon: the roadmap

2020-07-08 07:12 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

TSMC will start producing 5nm Arm-based SoCs for Macs costing $100 in H1 2021, says TrendForce. The cost is about half the current price of Intel Core i3 processors. The Arm-based SoCs to be introduced in Macs starting in Q4 will be made on a 7nm process. The 5nm SoCs will first appear in Macs ...

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Highly integrated motor control ICs

2020-07-08 07:03 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

Infineon is sampling motor control ICs for brushed and brushless DC motors with mass production planned in Q4. Called Motor System ICs, they are claimed to be the world’s first multiple half-bridge drivers for MOSFETs with integrated power supply and communication interfaces. The chips complement the existing Infineon motor control IC portfolio, ranking between discrete ...

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