dEEbugger: Schlüsselanhänger als Debughilfe

Gefunden auf Mikrocontroller.net: https://www.mikrocontroller.net/topic/427730 Mit dem dEEbugger setzt sich der Entwickler das Ziel, ein Äquivalent des Schweizer Taschenmessers für die Elektronikentwicklung zu bieten. Als Schlüsselanhänger stellt das Modul nützliche Funktionen für den schnellen und unkomplizierten Zugang zu einer Schaltung für Test- oder Analysezwecke bereit. Das Projekt entstand laut Entwickler aus der Not heraus, eine sichere … [Read more…]

FEEU is working on register based software examples for Ambiq Micro Apollo

Fujitsu Eletronics Europe had started to work on standalone examples for Ambiq Micro’s Apollo MCU. These can be found at: http://www.fujitsu.com/feeu A little bit difficult to find is the sub-page for the low-power MCUs of Ambiq Micro: http://www.fujitsu.com/uk/products/devices/semiconductor/ulp-mcus-rtcs/products/ulp-mcu/ At the page of Apollo 1 (http://www.fujitsu.com/uk/products/devices/semiconductor/ulp-mcus-rtcs/products/ulp-mcu/apollo/) the section “Sample Software” can be found. Currently FEEU offers … [Read more…]

Ambiq Micro Apollo 2 – the next step of Low-Power MCUs

Apollo 2 Series Apollo 2 is the latest addition in the ultra-low power Apollo microcontroller family. This highly integrated MCU reduces power consumption by more than 50% compared to the first generation Apollo MCU, therefore empowering users with more processing capability with an even lower power budget. Apollo 2 opens door for enhanced applications performing … [Read more…]

APOLLO256-KBR – Ambiq Micro Apollo1 MCU

APOLLO256-KBR is the BGA package version of Ambiq Micros Apollo1 MCU. It has 256KB Flash and 32KB RAM in a 64-pin BGA package. Features Ultra-low active mode power consumption: 35µA/MHz (executing from Flash) Ultra-low sleep mode power consumption: 143nA (with RTC on) High-performance, 32-bit ARM Cortex-M4F processor Up to 24MHz clock frequency Floating point unit … [Read more…]

APOLLO512-KBR – Ambiq Micro Apollo1 MCU

APOLLO512-KBR is the BGA package version of Ambiq Micros Apollo1 MCU. It has 512KB Flash and 64KB RAM in a 64-pin BGA package. Features Ultra-low active mode power consumption: 35µA/MHz (executing from Flash) Ultra-low sleep mode power consumption: 143nA (with RTC on) High-performance, 32-bit ARM Cortex-M4F processor Up to 24MHz clock frequency Floating point unit … [Read more…]

APOLLO256-KCR – Ambiq Micro Apollo1 MCU

APOLLO256-KCR is the chip-scale package version of Ambiq Micros Apollo1 MCU. It has 256KB Flash and 32KB RAM in a 41-pin WLCSP package. Features Ultra-low active mode power consumption: 35µA/MHz (executing from Flash) Ultra-low sleep mode power consumption: 143nA (with RTC on) High-performance, 32-bit ARM Cortex-M4F processor Up to 24MHz clock frequency Floating point unit … [Read more…]

APOLLO512-KCR – Ambiq Micro Apollo1 MCU

APOLLO512-KCR is the chip-scale package version of Ambiq Micros Apollo1 MCU. It has 512KB Flash and 64KB RAM in a 41-pin WLCSP package. Features Ultra-low active mode power consumption: 35µA/MHz (executing from Flash) Ultra-low sleep mode power consumption: 143nA (with RTC on) High-performance, 32-bit ARM Cortex-M4F processor Up to 24MHz clock frequency Floating point unit … [Read more…]

Ambiq Micro Apollo 1 – Technology and availability

Ambiq Micro developed a patented Subthreshold Power Optimized Technology (SPOT™) platform that dramatically reduces the amount of power consumed by semiconductors. By applying SPOT, Ambiq Micro produces the world’s lowest power real-time clock (RTC) and microcontroller (MCU). Rather than using transistors that are turned all the way “on”, subthreshold circuits use the leakage of “off” … [Read more…]

Ambiq Micro – New player on the MCU market

Ambiq Micro – new ultra-low-power technology Ambiq Micro developed a patented Subthreshold Power Optimized Technology (SPOT™) platform that dramatically reduces the amount of power consumed by semiconductors. By applying SPOT, Ambiq Micro produces the world’s lowest power real-time clock (RTC) and microcontroller (MCU). Rather than using transistors that are turned all the way “on”, subthreshold … [Read more…]