Silicon Storage Technology

Silicon Storage Technology

Sunnyvale, California, United States
Sunnyvale United States
Founded:
1989

Silicon Storage Technology

Sunnyvale, California, United States
Sunnyvale United States
Founded:
1989
  • Jan 31 at 9:05 PM
    If you are planning on attending Strategies in Light 2018, stop by and visit us at Booth 806 to see how our solutions can enable innovation in your lighting designs: http://mchp.us/1d0MjUC
  • Jan 31 at 6:40 PM
    With support for a wide variety of analog products, our MPLAB Mindi Analog Simulator allows you to quickly and easily simulate your application before it goes into prototyping. Download it for free here: http://mchp.us/2FxCAeA
  • Jan 31 at 4:25 PM
    Do you need to dramatically lower power consumption in your battery-powered design? Our large selection of Low Dropout (LDO) regulators can reduce the quiescent current to allow your application to stay in standby/sleep mode longer so you can rest easy. Click here to learn about our LDOs: http://mchp.us/2DON64N
  • Jan 30 at 6:25 PM
    Did you ever wish you could easily add a peripheral function to your existing MCU? Core Independent Peripherals (CIPs) can be a perfect tool to solve your mid-project crisis. In this article published by Embedded.com, Lucio Di Jasio describes how to create a new PWM function using the CIPs on a PIC16F18855 MCU: http://mchp.us/2rPl9Er

Jan 31, 9:05 PM

If you are planning on attending Strategies in Light 2018, stop by and visit us at Booth 806 to see how our solutions can enable innovation in your lighting designs: http://mchp.us/1d0MjUC

Jan 31, 6:40 PM

With support for a wide variety of analog products, our MPLAB Mindi Analog Simulator allows you to quickly and easily simulate your application before it goes into prototyping. Download it for free here: http://mchp.us/2FxCAeA

Jan 31, 4:25 PM

Do you need to dramatically lower power consumption in your battery-powered design? Our large selection of Low Dropout (LDO) regulators can reduce the quiescent current to allow your application to stay in standby/sleep mode longer so you can rest easy. Click here to learn about our LDOs: http://mchp.us/2DON64N

Jan 30, 6:25 PM

Did you ever wish you could easily add a peripheral function to your existing MCU? Core Independent Peripherals (CIPs) can be a perfect tool to solve your mid-project crisis. In this article published by Embedded.com, Lucio Di Jasio describes how to create a new PWM function using the CIPs on a PIC16F18855 MCU: http://mchp.us/2rPl9Er