The evolution of Renesas proprietary RX CPU core architecture and compiler has surpassed others processor and achieved extreme high benchmark score.
Jeff walks us through benefits of a point-of-use clock for jitter optimization.
Baltazar discusses the benefits of Renesas’ portable battery power tool solution.
RX MCU with Trusted Secure IP (TSIP) and IAR Systems/Secure Thingz solutions help enable secure IoT devices and facilitate and accelerate device development to meet security requirements
Staff Engineer Sho Hataki, who is involved in RL78/G23 product planning and sales strategy, introduces the newly released RL78/G23 which is a microcontroller (MCU) equipped with peripheral functions that are optimal for the trends in IoT Edge devices.
2021 marks the 10th anniversary of the Renesas RL78 Family of 16-bit microcontrollers, and the long-awaited new RL78/G23 unveils during this memorable year. Toshihiko Seki, Senior Director of the RL78 Family Division introduces the RL78/G23, together with the past journey and future direction of RL78 Family.
By using Renesas RX72M integrated two ports EtherCAT® slave controller and motor control functions, it is easy to kick off the development and upgrade your system to compliant with Industrial ethernet communication application, like incremental AC Servo, PLC Remote IO, Industrial ethernet type of GP inverter or Stepping motor, compact industrial robot etc.
Ruggero walks you through design considerations for inductive sensing technologies and introduces an efficient solution for motor commutation applications.
As the first 32-bit RX MCU product that integrates a high-precision 24-bit ΔΣ ADC and an analog front-end circuit, the RX23E-A realizes signal measurement and data processing on a single chip.
Miguel examines the growing trend to move from brush to brushless motors for more energy-efficient battery-powered systems and highlights an integrated, analog solution that simplifies designing with these complex motors.