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The World According to FRAM

TI’s FRAM MCUs and ADI’s X-fest Demos

In this week’s Fish Fry, we take a fast tour of the world, with interesting stops in FRAM, high-speed ADCs, and remote RF transceivers. Don’t know what FRAM is? Fear not. Will Cooper from Texas Instruments tells us all about this amazing not-so-new non-volatile memory technology, which is really cool – even if I don’t quite agree with his basketball loyalties. Then we’re off to analog land with Robin Getz from Analog Devices where we chat about remote RF transceivers, high-speed ADCs, motor control demos, and a whole lot more. Check it out!

 

  

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Links for August 29, 2014

Texas Instruments expands world’s lowest power microcontroller portfolio to take your metering, health and fitness and wearables designs to the next level (press release)

More information about Texas Instrument’s MSP430FR5x MCUs

More information about ADI X-fest Demos

More information about X-fest

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