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Freescale Semiconductor, Inc.

2100 East Elliot Road
Tempe, AZ 85284
USA
WebSite: http://www.freescale.com
Phone: 480-413-8819
Fax: 480-413-8838
   

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Recent Articles for Freescale Semiconductor, Inc.:
Crypto coprocessors speed data traffic
The C291, C292, C293 crypto coprocessors enable PCI-E card solutions providing more than 120K RSA 2048 operations/second and delivering . . .
Freescale Semiconductor: Sensor fusion software provides fast, accurate orientation data for mobile devices
More and more sensors are being added to smart devices and sophisticated software is required to realize the system . . .
Tri-core MCU targets advanced engine control
The Qorivva MPC5777M three-core microcontroller enables a new generation of automotive engine management designs. The 55 nm power architecture . . .
Breaking paradigms in biochemical sensing
You may remember the race to map the human genome that started during the 1990s. The goal of the . . .
Two-stage LNAs support multiple air interfaces
The MML09212H and MML2024H two-stage LNAs address two gain stages in one solution and provide coverage across multiple air . . .

Videos for Freescale Semiconductor, Inc.:
IMS2012 - Freescale booth demo
Justin Annes, RF Applications Engineer at Freescale
Justin Annes, RF Applications Engineer at Freescal
3G cellular platform
Running Linux OS
Freescale MXC 3G platform demo from Freescale Technology Forum.
IMS2012 - See what is shown at Freescale Booth
Leonard Pelletier, P.E., Applications Support RF Div, gives us a brief demo of one of the products shown at IMS2012
Leonard Pelletier, P.E., Applications Support RF Div, gives us a brief demo of one of the products shown at IMS2012
Interview with Lisa Su
Freescale's Chief Technology Officer
CTO Lisa Su talks to David Bragg about the Freescale Technology Forum 2008.
Freescale’s MC56F84xxx digital signal-processing MCUs
Freescale’s John Weil, Segment Marketing Manager, tells us about the MC56F844xx/45xx/47xx digital signal-processing microcontrollers.
The MC56F84xxx MCUs have a PWM with 312-ps resolution for accurate control-loop adjustment, dual 12-bit 3.3-Ms/s A/D converters for reduced measurement jitter, and a 16-channel 16-bit SAR A/D for sensors inputs. They also features fast shutdown response for safety considerations and 10 year longevity.
New Freescale CEO addresses press
The Embedded Processor Company
Rich Beyer, Freescales CEO and chairman of the board, addresses the press. Lead video of the Freescale Technology Forum.
32-bit Processor at Freescale Technology Forum
Mr. Jurgen Frank Sr. Systems Engineer with Freescale in Munich discusses the MPC5646C Microcontroller. The MCU targets automotive real-time systems.
The MPC5646C is a dual-core Power Architecture processor with up to 3 Mbytes of flash, six CAN ports, an Ethernet port, and a cryptographic services engine.
Freescale P4080 QorIQ
Processor Demo
Multicore performance analysis and debugging on display at Freescale Technology Forum 2008.
IMS2011 - Freescale booth demo
Leonard Pelletier P.E., Applications Support RF Div. for Freescale Semiconductor gives EP a brief demo of what they are showing at the booth.
Leonard Pelletier P.E., Applications Support RF Div. for Freescale gives EP a brief demo of what they are showing at the booth.
Multicore processor
Integrating 3D graphics
Freescale DSCR MPC5121e demo from Freescale Technology Forum. Multicore processor, integrating 3D graphics display using Linux OS.
Freescale Semiconductor Plays in the Tablet Space
In this video, Robert Thompson, director of smart mobile devices at Freescale Semiconductor's Consumer Segment Marketing group, talks about how his company is playing the tablet space. He also discusses tablet fragmentation trends and how regional pr
In this video, Robert Thompson, director of smart mobile devices at Freescale Semiconductor's Consumer Segment Marketing group, talks about how his company is playing the tablet space. He also discusses tablet fragmentation trends and how regional preferences will influence next-generation products.
Industrial Embedded Voice
Freescale
Industrial embedded voice on display at Freescale Technology Forum 2008.
LTE and WiMax
Base Station Solution
LTE and WiMax Base Station Solution at the Freescale Technology Forum.
Thin film transfer displays
In instrument cluster applications
Freescale MPC5606S 32-bit Instrument Cluster MCU demo at Freescale Technology Forum.
Freescale CTO Ken Hansen
mini interview with Ken Hansen at the Freescale Technology Forum
CTO of Freescale Ken Hansen talks about what it will take to be the number one provider in embedded processing
RAppID development software
On the latest auto body MCU
Freescale 560x B/C Family Power Architecture with RAppID Tool demo at the Freescale Technology Forum
3GRF 3G multi-mode/band
RF Subsystems
RF 3G multi-mode/band RF subsystems on display at Freescale Technology Forum Americas 2008.
Mad Mac
Concept Car
Mad Mac Concept Car on display at Freescale Technology Forum 2008.
Reference Design Documents for Freescale Semiconductor, Inc.:
RD68HC908DCI : Digital Direct Current Ignition System Using HC08 Microcontrollers
This reference design demonstrates an engine electronic ignition system, known as Direct Current Ignition (DCI). The DCI system is targeted for single-cylinder, two-stroke engines such as mopeds. At the heart of the system is the Motorola MC68HC908JK3 HC08 Microcontroller.
RD68HC908CHC : Central Heating Controller Reference Design
This reference design demonstrates a functional time and temperature control system using the MC68HC908LJ12. Two methods of temperature measurement have been used. the internal temperature is detected by an analog sensor, which provides an output voltage proportional to the temperature. The external temperature being measured uses a two-wire serial sensor. A 'SMART' mode of operation may be selected, whereby heating or cooling functions can be implemented earlier than the user set-time, based on the ambient internal an external temperatures.
RD68HC908TM : Taxi Meter Reference Design
The taximeter hardware is a low-cost microcontroller based system. It controls six displays, five push-buttons, a wheel turn indicator, and a programming interface.
RD68HC908BLDCFPC : MC68HC908QT2 BLDC Fan for PCs Reference Design
This reference design features a brushless DC (BLDC) fan controlled by an MC68HC908QT2 MCU. The reference design covers two systems:An evaluation system, which includes a trimming potentiometer and an in-circuit programming feature, for customer evaluation purposes.A demo system, which omits the in-circuit programming feature and uses pulse width modulation to drive a surface mount technology transducer, instead of the buzzer in the evaluation system.
RD68HC908BLDCMOTOR : BLDC Motor Control Board for Industrial and Appliance Applications
Freescale's BLDC (brushless dc motor) control board for industrial and appliance applications is a system for controlling a 3-phase BLDC motors with three Hall-effect position sensors. This Reference Design is based on the MC68HC908MR8 8-bit microcontroller unit (MCU). The reference design consists of: Hardware design of the PCBs Development of the motor control algorithms and user interface There are two board versions available, one for operating at 110-127 VAC and the other for operating at 220-240 VAC. The 3-phase inverter of the 110-127 VAC board operates at a nominal voltage of 180 VDC and 8 A RMS with 11 A peak. The inverter of the 220-240 VAC board operates at a nominal voltage of 320 VDC driving the same current.
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