MANHASSET, N.Y. — Flash memory supplier Spansion Inc. has extended a licensing and product design agreement with Israel-based flash memory IP company Saifun Semiconductors Ltd.

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<p>Herzstück der MPC55xx-Familie ist der Strom sparende e200-Kern. Dieser basiert auf der Power-Architektur, die sich aus Sicht von Freescale zunehmend als Industriestandard für Powertrain-Projekte etabliert. So haben haben ST Microelectronics und Freescale im vergangenen Februar ein Kooperationsabkommen mit dem Ziel angekündigt, gemeinsam auf der Power-Architektur basierende 32-Bit-MCUs für die Automobiltechnik zu entwickeln, darunter auch künftige 90-nm-Produkte, die dann von beiden Lieferanten bezogen werden können. General Motors hat die Absicht bekannt gegeben, die MPC55xx-Familie weltweit in seinen Powertrain-Motormanagementsystemen einzusetzen.</p>

MANHASSET, N.Y. — Flash memory supplier Spansion Inc. has extended a licensing and product design agreement with Israel-based flash memory IP company Saifun Semiconductors Ltd.

Operating at a switching frequency up to 2MHz, the AAT1232 reduces PCB footprint by using small-value external inductors and capacitors. For example, the device operates with 2.2µH inductors that are approximately ten times smaller than many competitive boost conductors require. Small TSOP and TDFN packages and fewer external components also help reduce system cost.

Configuring the AAT1232’s operation is easy and dynamic. Depending on the application, the system designer can select one of two internal feedback reference voltages using its SEL input. In addition, the AAT1232 offers dynamic output voltage programming over a 16-step range using the company’s patented single-wire S2Cwire™ (Simple Serial Control™) interface, a lower cost and simpler alternative to traditional I2C-based addressing/programming methods.

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A True Load Disconnect feature on the AAT1232 completely isolates the load from the power sources when the EN/SET input is pulled low. This feature helps to minimise standby power dissipation and extends battery life by virtually eliminating leakage current. The AAT1232 maintains 80% efficiency across a wide range of load currents — even down to 1mA.

The boost converter also features a number of protection circuits, including integrated soft start, cycle-by-cycle current limit, and short-circuit protection. The AAT1232 is available now in a Pb-free, 16-pin, 3x4mm TDFN package or a Pb-free, 12-pin TSOPJW package. The device is specified over the -40 to +85 degrees C operating temperature range.

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A datasheet to accompany this release is available here:

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A third mode graphs tabular data and lets it be stored as a .JPG or .BMP image file. Also suitable for generating docs, this mode also lets the graphing method be selected and the axis can labeled to identify measurement parameters. Graphing modes, such as connected dots, bar graphs, and waterfall displays, to name a few, can be selected.

A fourth mode automatically collects data at intervals. These intervals can be set from 15 seconds to as long as once every hour, and can operate without human intervention. In this data collection mode, time- and date-stamped findings are stored onto your PC's hard disk.

Click here for a datasheet (in Adobe Acrobat .PDF format).

For more details, contact company VP Robert Bathiany at Bantam Instruments, 197 South Murphy Ave., Sunnyvale, Calif. 94086. Phone: 408-736-3030, Ext. 600. Fax: 408-904-5221. E-mail:

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