Targeting the automotive market, the MYC-30600 LIN transceiver chip promises optimum performance and safety for in-vehicle-networking (IVN) requirements. The chip provides unlimited short-circuit protection and is meant to interface between a LIN protocol controller and the physical bus. It is implemented on the company's I2T100, BiMOS/CMOS/DMOS technology, said to enable high-voltage, analog circuitry and digital functionality to co-exist on the same chip. For further information and pricing, call Kevin Kohleriter at ALCATEL, Dallas, TX. (972) 477-7611.
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