SuperH MCUs combine connectivity functions on a single chip
12 September 2011
Renesas Electronics launched 6 new 32-bit MCUs designed to lower the system cost of products
Renesas Electronics launched 6 new 32-bit MCUs, the SH726A and SH726B, designed to lower the system cost of products, such as car and home audio systems and industrial equipment, while reducing the mounting area. The SH726A and SH726B devices are new members of the SH7260 family of MCUs with large-capacity on-chip SRAM.
The SH726A and SH726B offer all the benefits of previous generations, such as large internal SRAM, support for serial Flash memory and code fetching from quad serial memories. They also provide a proven Media SDK that improves time to market when implementing audio codecs (MP3, AAC, and WMA) and includes a production ready media player, FAT file system and Bluetooth profiles.
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