High-speed USB microcontrollers ARMed for bear

May 10, 2006
The LPC2800 series of ARM-based highspeed USB microcontrollers delivers USB 2.0 device capabilities with maximum standard compliance and an on-chip speed of 480 Mbits/s. According to its developer Royal Philips Electronics, the devices are

The LPC2800 series of ARM-based highspeed USB microcontrollers delivers USB 2.0 device capabilities with maximum standard compliance and an on-chip speed of 480 Mbits/s. According to its developer Royal Philips Electronics, the devices are the first to enable single battery-cell operation. With these features, embedded system design engineers can incorporate new capabilities into products such as PC peripherals, SD memory cards, smart-card readers, and other USB batterypowered devices.

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