QDR-IV has single address bus running at double data rate and high frequency.
The QDR-IV XP SRAM is divided into eight banks to operate at higher frequencies for a maximum operation frequency of 1,066MHz.
QDR-IV SRAM is designed to provide best-in-class RTR performance to satisfy demanding network functions.
The courseware covers fundamental concepts coupled with a hands-on approach, such as real Linux implementations on an ARM Cortex-A9 based i.MX 6Solo.
The MCP19215 can be configured to control one power train bidirectionally, maintaining voltage or current regulation in either direction.
PLDA XpressRICH4-AXI features PCIe 4.0 speed, multicore SoC and AMBA AXI, enabling a seamless integration of PCIe and AXI blocks.
ATtiny1617 MCUs enable operation up to 5.5V, increased system throughput, customised configuration and simplified process of capacitive touch systems.
PLS UDE v4.8 features 4GB trace data analysis, simplifying evaluating runtime behaviour of real-time operating systems albeit offline.
Synergy is an embedded platform starting with an API to leverage a software framework built around the Express Logic X-Ware, according to Renesas.
The USB-C specification makes USB interconnects more universally applicable, which standardises the interface setup of SMARC 2.0 embedded devices.