25 October 2010
Silicon Labs is to unveil human interface, wireless, timing and audio IC solutions at electronica 2010
Silicon Labs is to unveil human interface, wireless, timing and audio IC solutions at electronica 2010.
Visitors to Silicon Labs’ booth can see hands-on demonstrations of the latest proximity and touch sensing, sub-GHz wireless, timing, embedded control and connectivity, and consumer audio technologies, all designed from the ground up to reduce the cost, power and complexity of electronic designs.
Silicon Labs will also provide a free half-hour technical presentation for all electronica 2010 attendees, giving embedded designers an opportunity to learn more about adding touch-based and touchless human interface capabilities to their applications. The presentation will be part of the Embedded Forum and will be held in Hall A6 on 11 November.
In addition, the company will demonstrate the following mixed-signal IC solutions at the show:
• The QuickSense family of touch-sense microcontrollers (MCUs) and infrared and ambient light proximity sensors, enabling developers to create intuitively easy-to-use capacitive touch and touchless interfaces for consumer and industrial designs such as smart phones, eBooks and tablets, large appliances, kiosks and point-of-sale equipment
• Si4010 EZRadio ‘remote control on a chip’ RF transmitter SoC, simplifying the development of remote keyless entry (RKE), garage door openers, and remote controls for home automation and security systems
• EZRadioPRO wireless IC and ultra-low-power MCU-based connectivity solution for portable medical devices, energy monitoring devices, and wireless security and sensor applications
• State-of-the-art mixed-signal IC technology for consumer audio applications, from tabletop stereos to smart phone docking stations to battery-powered boom boxes
• The next wave in clock generator technology designed to deliver sophisticated system timing capabilities to cost-sensitive consumer applications
Silicon Labs will additionally disclose the three winners of its QuickSense Design Contest at its booth during electronica 2010. The contest challenged and awarded some of Germany’s best and brightest embedded developers to create innovative human interface designs based on Silicon Labs’ touch-sense MCUs and proximity sensors.
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