With its high-voltage SOI process, Atmel’s new ATA6663/64 transceiver families for LIN automotive networking applications take 10x less wake-u
Atmel has received LIN2.1 certification for its LIN transceiver ATA6662 and LIN System Basis Chip ATA6624, which are manufactured in SMART-I.
Atmel is putting SOI-based smart-power into chips for car body electronics and powertrain applications.
Atmel’s automotive division leverag
At the China Auto Electronics show, Atmel announced driver ICs in BCD-on-SOI that enable engine-mounted electronics for control of small motors o
Atmel credits its SMARTIS™ BCD-on-SOI technology for the advanced capabilities of three new families of automotive
• Atmel claims the industry's best EMC performance with its new ATA6662 stand-alone LIN bus transceiver IC for automotive electronics. It
SOI-based Smart Power Innovator Atmel leads new Medea+ program.
Atmel, a leading proponent of SOI for Smart Power, is heading up a new Medea+
• Atmel is using SOI instead of bulk BCDMOS for it SMARTIS™ technology. Result:
The widening availability of tools and services is good news for designers in the fabless/foundry arena considering the move to SO
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