By DE Editors
Mouser Electronics Inc. has announced the immediate availability of the PSoC(r)3 Programmable Embedded System-on-Chip. Cypress Semiconductor’s PSoC(r)3 platform provides analog and digital building blocks that enable designers to create mixed signal designs from a free library of predefined functions for product development.
Cypress Semiconductor’s new PSoC(r)3 devices consist of four families based on the 8051 processor core. The devices integrate 20-bit resolution analog with digital PLD-based resources. These features are combined with MCU cores and I/O circuitry for communications peripherals.
The four families that comprise the PSoC(r)3 devices group feature configurable analog and digital circuitry and, based on the family type, integrate digital peripherals, up to 24 Universal Digital Blocks (UDBs), 12- or 20-bit delta-sigma ADC, comparators, DACs, analog blocks, a digital filter block, and much more. The families include the CY8C32 Programmable Digital series, the CY8C34 Analog Lite series, the CY8C36Performance Analog series, and the CY8C38 Precision Analog series.
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Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.