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mixed signal microcontrollers

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kumar

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Hi!

I am looking for low cost mixed signal microcontroller vendors.

This should have the following features :

16bit ADC
4-8K program memory (flash).
2-3 interupts
extremely low power.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks

Bye!
 

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Have you tried Cypress range of programmable mixed signal MCUs
 

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Have look at Analog Device's ADSP-21991 ADSP-21992.
It has 20-MHz 14-bit ADC, CAN-BUS, DSP capabities and so on ....
 

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you can also look at analog device's ADUC8xx "microconverters", they have 12, 16 or even 24 bits adc, low power and up tu 62 kb or flash eeprom

you also have the texas instruments MSC1210, but "only" with 24 bits adc, and up to 24Kb flash program, and extremely low power.

have a good day.
 

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sorry for cypress chips, but after looking in the datasheets, the adc can only be 12 bits max.
I love the cypress psoc chips !! but not in that case !
 

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pika said:
Ya! You can try Cypress PSOC Configurable Mixed-Signal Array with On-board Controller.

http://www.cypressmicro.com/
I think psoc micros environment have bugs, so don't recommend to use with mixed signal applications. My advice, use ti micros.
 

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mixed signal microcontroller

Hi,

Have you looked at Goal Semiconductor ? I think they are
at www.goalasic.com . I hope this helps.

dspcode
 

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