90-nm ARM9-based microcontroller

March 2006
Portable Design;Mar2006, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p28
The article introduces the LPC3180, a 90-nm, ARM9-based, 32-bit microcontroller (MCU) that provides a vector floating point coprocessor and integrated universal service bus (USB) On-The-Go capability. This microcontroller also has the ability to function in ultralow-power mode down to 0.9V and is suitable for high-precision applications, which includes POS equipment, medical or industrial devices, global positioning systems, and robotics. A feature enabling basic security and authentication applications is also presented.


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