Microchip Technology

Chandler, AZ 85224-6199

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About Microchip Technology

Manufacturer of a wide range of electronic components

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2355 West Chandler Blvd.
Chandler, AZ 85224-6199
https://www.microchip.com/

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Microchip Technology Incorporated is a leading provider of smart, connected and secure embedded control solutions. Its easy-to-use development tools and comprehensive product portfolio enable customers to create optimal designs, which reduce risk while lowering total system cost and time to market. The company's solutions serve more than 120,000 customers across the industrial, automotive, consumer, aerospace and defense, communications and computing markets. Headquartered in Chandler, Arizona, Microchip offers outstanding technical support along with dependable delivery and quality. 

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PowerBites: Silicon Still Matters, Hybrid-Electric Aircraft and More

March 22, 2024
This edition of PowerBites brings you new developments in hybrid-electric aircraft and a V2G standard, MOSFET moves, silicon and SiC advances, plus more.
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10BASE-T1S PHYs Merge Low-Speed Devices into Automotive Ethernet

Aug. 21, 2023
Basic-connectivity PHY-level interfaces developed by Microchip drive the “Ethernet-ization” of vehicles.
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Inductive Position Sensors Solve the New Stray Magnetic Field Problem

July 19, 2023
As modern design requirements demand a continually shrinking form factor while maintaining or improving performance, the inductive position sensor lends itself as a reliable upgrade...
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SiC E-Fuse Demonstrator Speeds Evaluation for EV Apps

June 20, 2023
Evaluating and design-in of high-voltage/current e-fuses is a challenge that’s addressed by this AEC-qualified demo board from Microchip Technology.
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The 8-Bit MCU’s Analog Evolution and New Role in Electronics

May 2, 2023
Though 8-bit microcontrollers have been around for nearly five decades, new product innovations and applications such as EVs, e-bikes, home/industrial automation, and IoT devices...
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This Week in PowerBites: Potent Power Products, U.S. GWh Battery Factory Eyes 2025

March 16, 2023
This week's PowerBites includes a plethora of high-octane power products, plus news of a U.S.-based factory scheduled to begin making advanced Li-ion cells at gigawatt-scale by...

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Products of the Week: GaN Power-Supply ICs, Secure MCUs with HSM

Nov. 3, 2023
Browse some of the most notable new components, solutions, and other products to hit the market.
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Lasers Plus MEMS Mirrors Deliver Programmable Projections

Oct. 3, 2023
MEMS mirrors and laser-beam steering can do neat things like programmable illumination for applications such as vector graphics laser projection.
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Products of the Week: USB-Hardened FPGA, Extra-Thin Power Rectifiers

Sept. 29, 2023
This product roundup features new passives, power devices, MCUs, and FPGAs.
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Test & Measurement

The Lowest-Power Atomic Clock

June 15, 2023
At IMS, Microchip Technology tested and compared measurements between a miniature atomic clock and a chip-scale atomic clock using its 53100A phase-noise analyzer.
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Electronic Fuse Uses SiC MOSFETs to Prevent High Currents

June 12, 2023
The new e-fuse from Microchip Technology suits virtually any high-voltage power-distribution system.
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Products of the Week: Portable RF Testing, Long-Range USB Redrivers

May 19, 2023
Check out some of the latest components, solutions, and other products to hit the market.

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More from the APEC 2023 Floor

March 24, 2023
Here's another dose of the latest new products from the show floor at this week's Applied Power Electronics Conference in Orlando.
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Products of the Week: Space-Grade FPGA, High-Voltage USB-PD MCU

March 24, 2023
Highlights from another week of new product introductions, curated by Electronic Design’s editors.
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Highlights from embedded world 2023 (Part 1)

March 23, 2023
Over 950 exhibitors from 44 countries presented their product innovations and solutions at the embedded world Exhibition & Conference to nearly 27,000 visitors. Here's Part 1 ...
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Microchip Displays Advanced Automotive Interface

March 13, 2023
At CES 2023, the company showcased several power solutions and an advanced automotive interface, complete with a wide aspect ratio touchscreen and touch-sensitive steering wheel...
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Products of the Week: High-Voltage Dual-Driver IC, SPE Devices

March 10, 2023
Working on a new design? Check out some of the latest components and products to hit the market. You may find just what you need to finish the job.
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This Week in PowerBites: Dueling Diodes, High-Side Hijinks, and Aviation Innovation

Feb. 16, 2023
This week's edition of PowerBites includes new products for nearly application space, our first sneak preview of APEC, and a surprise from one our favorite motor innovators.
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Products of the Week: SiC Modules for Aviation, SRAM with ECC

Jan. 27, 2023
Check out some of the latest components and solutions from around the electronics industry.
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Innovators in Electronic Design - Trailblazer: Bob Martin, Microchip Technology

Dec. 8, 2022
Bob Martin, Senior Staff Engineer at Microchip, has spent 30+ years impacting the Maker community through professional and nonprofit work.
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New Dev Platforms Bring RISC-V to the Forefront of Innovation (Part 1)

Dec. 6, 2022
More companies are on track to adopt the RISC-V architecture for new applications that range from robotics to home automation.