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Battery sensor integrates MCU, CAN and analogue front-end April 11, 2014Battery sensor integrates MCU, CAN and analogue front-end Freescale has an AEC-Q100 (automotive) qualified intelligent battery sensor that combines three measurement channels, a 16/32-bit MCU, and a CAN protocol module in a single package. Read more Freescale takes instrument cluster graphics to a new level April 9, 2014Freescale takes instrument cluster graphics to a new level Graphical instrument clusters and head-up displays so far are a feature of premium vehicles - the complexity of such solutions and the cost for the host of components required drove the price to a prohibitive level for more cost-effective cars. Freescale has developed an MCU family that possibly could enable designers to bring the abovementioned graphical features to volume vehicles. Read more Freescale, Broadcom bring surround view to automotive mainstream April 2, 2014Freescale, Broadcom bring surround view to automotive mainstream Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), according to ABI research one of the fastest-growing segments in the automotive industry still are a feature of premium-class vehicles. In a joint effort, chipmakers Freescale and Broadcom intend to change this: The companies have partnered to create a fully-integrated, packaged microcontroller (MCU) and Ethernet physical layer transceiver (PHY) solution for use in 360 degree camera systems. Read more IAR tools for Freescale HCS12 updated April 1, 2014IAR tools for Freescale HCS12 updated IAR Systems has an updated version of its IAR Embedded Workbench for HCS12 development toolchain, that improves workflow for developers working with the 16-bit HCS12 microcontrollers from Freescale. Read more Automotive MEMS: A changing global landscape March 13, 2014Automotive MEMS: A changing global landscape With the automotive industry being the largest market for MEMS manufacturers, and with this industry currently undergoing massive changes, the question is: How will the relationship between MEMS and automotive value chain develop over the foreseeable future? At the MEMS Executive Congress Europe this week in Munich, an expert panel fathomed out which factors would have which kind of effects. Read more
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Highly integrated instrument cluster solution brings multiple functions into one chip
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Broadcom, NXP, Freescale and Harman join forces to establish in-car Ethernet
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Ethernet succeeds in automotive environments
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Freescale opens R&D Centre of Excellence for automotive electronics in East Kilbride
Freescale expands analog LIN PHY portfolio
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MCU drives sophisticated automotive dashboard displays
Freescale tailors MCU for Ethernet-based vehicle applications
Freescale introduces StarterTRAK development kits for Qorivva automotive microcontrollers
Freescale alternator controller IC has LIN interface
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China's top car maker goes 32-bit
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Automotive semiconductor market sees major shift
On-chip security for automotive market
DSI Consortium airs version 1.0 specs for DSI3 standard
Freescale multicore SoCs provide computing power to driver assistant systems and consumer devices
Freescale brings airbag sensor technology to ESC accelerometer
Smartphone-class processors target in-car multimedia applications
Freescale announces automotive MCU family
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PLS expands support for Freescale's high-end automotive microcontrollers
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