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  1. Disruptive chip-scale packaging enables new design options for secure payment, IoT and other fast-growing markets Freescale Semiconductor introduced an ultra-thin version of the Kinetis K22 microcontroller (MCU), integrating 120 MHz of performance ...
    Microcontrollers » Freescale » Kinetis K22
  2. Freescale Semiconductor introduced two new broadband RF power amplifiers - the new Airfast AFIC901N LDMOS RF integrated device and the AFT05MS003N LDMOS transistor. The products can be operated at 3.6 or 7.5 V and are targeted for applications ...
    RF · Wireless » Freescale » AFIC901N, AFT05MS003N
  3. New 2-Amp switch-mode dual-path battery charger delivers fully programmable, high-speed recharging in a small footprint Freescale Semiconductor introduced an analog dual-path battery charger for wearable and portable Internet of Things (IoT) ...
    Supply · Power » Freescale » BC3770
  4. Highly flexible offerings enable exceptional design freedom and differentiation for automotive and consumer deployments Freescale Semiconductor introduced a range of fully programmable wireless charging ICs and reference designs targeting ...
    Supply · Wireless · Power » Freescale » MWCT1001A, MWCT1003A, MWCT1000, MWCT1101
  5. Based on ARM Cortex-M processors, Freescale’s new Kinetis V series MCUs and Kinetis Motor Suite help to make motor control application development flexible, faster and more cost-effective Continuing to expand one of the industry’s ...
    Microcontrollers » Freescale » Kinetis KV4x, Kinetis KV3x, Kinetis KV1x
  6. Smaller than a golf ball dimple, new Kinetis KL03 unleashes design innovation for Internet of Things applications Freescale Semiconducto r announces a breakthrough addition to its Kinetis mini portfolio with the introduction of the Kinetis KL03 ...
    Microcontrollers » Freescale » Kinetis KL03
  7. Devices feature ultra-low quiescent current; engineered to address stringent electromagnetic compatibility requirements without external noise filtering To help manufacturers and systems designers more easily achieve compliance with increasingly ...
    Interfaces · Automotive » Freescale » MC33901, MC34901
  8. General availability to begin next month for Kinetis M series products Freescale Semiconductor will soon begin shipping Kinetis M series microcontrollers (MCUs) in volume quantities. Based on the 32-bit ARM Cortex-M0+ core, Kinetis M series ...
    Microcontrollers » Freescale » Kinetis M
  9. New 5V Kinetis E series microcontrollers designed for high performance in harsh electromagnetic environments; supported by the Freescale Freedom development platform and a broad enablement ecosystem for rapid development Freescale Semiconductor ...
    Microcontrollers » Freescale » Kinetis KE02
  10. 1.9 × 2.0 mm MCU enables new wave of product miniaturization for the Internet of Things As the Internet of Things (IoT) expands to include greater numbers of small, intelligent, battery-operated devices, the MCUs that enable these devices ...
    Microcontrollers » Freescale » Kinetis KL02
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