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NXP Semiconductor
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Manufacturer Introduction

NXP Semiconductors provides High Performance Mixed Signal and Standard Product solutions that leverage its leading RF, Analog, Power Management, Interface, Security, and Digital Processing expertise. 

These innovations are used in a wide range of automotive, identification, wireless infrastructure, lighting, industrial, mobile, consumer and computing applications. Headquartered in Europe.

NXP Semiconductors has approximately 28,000 employees working in more than 25 countries and posted sales of USD 4.2 billion in 2011.

NXP Semiconductors N.V. (Nasdaq: NXPI) is eatablished in 2006(formerly a division of Philips).It has more than 50 years of experience in semiconductors.

It's headquarters is Eindhoven, The Netherlands. 

NXP Semiconductor

It provides High Performance Mixed Signal and Standard Product solutions that leverage its leading RF, Analog, Power Management, Interface, Security and Digital Processing expertise.

These innovations are used in a wide range of automotive, identification, wireless infrastructure, lighting, industrial, mobile, consumer and computing applications.

The company has approximately 28,000 employees working in more than 25 countries and posted sales of USD 3.8 billion in 2009. 

Their Standard Products business supplies a broad range of standard semiconductor components, such as small signal discretes, power discretes and integrated discretes, and mobile device speakers and receivers,which they largely produce in dedicated in-house high-volume manufacturing operations.

Their Standard Products are often sold as separate components,but in many cases,are used in conjunction withHigh Performance Mixed Signal solutions,often within the same subsystems.

NXP Semiconductors N.V. (NASDAQ: NXPI) creates solutions that enable secure connections for a smarter world. 

Building on its expertise in high-performance mixed-signal electronics, NXP is driving innovation in the areas of connected cars, cyber security, portables & wearables, and the Internet of Things. 

NXP has operations in more than 33 countries, and posted revenue of $9.5 billion in 2016.

NXP is product portfolio consists of Discrete devices, smart card ICs, ARM processors, power management ICs, sensors, audio amplifiers, media processors, 8/16-bit MCUs, RF devices, etc..


Consumer Electronics / Lighting Electronics / Medical Electronics / Communication / Network / Transportation / Automotive / Security / Monitoring / Industrial / Automation


  • Size: 355 Kb Published Time: 2020-02-24
    Our microcontroller offering combines the highest performance in Flash with the lowest power coumption in the smallest packages. A compreheive portfolio of industryleading performe includes the latest 32-bit LPC3000, LPC2000, LPC1000, LH7A, LH7. We offer an easy migration path from 32-bit solutio. LPC1000 family The LPC1100 series, based on the ARM Cortex-M0, is the lowest-priced 32-bit MCU solution in the market. It delive unprecedented performance, simplicity, low power, and dramatic reductio in code size for every application. Based on the ARM Cortex-M3 core operating at up to 150 MHz, the LPC1800 and LPC1700 series are low power 32-bit microcontrolle featuring a broad range of serial interfaces and are ideal for a broad range of applicatio, such as eMetering, Medical, POS, and Industrial networking. The LPC1300 series, also based on the Cortex-M3 core, are very low power and includes on-chip USB drive incorporated in ROM to greatly simplify USB implementation. LPC2000 and LH7 families Based on an ARM7TDMI-S core operating at up to 84 MHz, these 32-bit microcontrolle deliver high performance and low power coumption in a cost-effective package. In addition to offering integrated LCD support, they offer a wide range of peripherals, including multiple serial interfaces, Ethernet, USB Host/OTG, CAN, and external bus optio and are designed for use in generalpurpose and specialty embedded applicatio such as industrial control, automotive, medical, and connectivity.
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    NXP’s MCUXpresso software and tools offer compreheive development solutio designed to optimize, ease and accelerate embedded system development of applicatio based on Arm® Cortex®-M core devices, including K32, LPC and i.MX RT crossover MCUs. The common set of MCUXpresso software and tools offe designe a high-quality and flexible toolset and software framework that includes: An open-source software development kit (SDK) built specifically for your processor and evaluation board selectio  An easy-to-use integrated development environment (IDE), with integrated configuration tools, for creating, building and debugging and optimizing your application.  A compreheive suite of system configuration tools, including pi, clocks, peripherals, trusted execution environment and device startup, with easy project updating and generation. A programming and secure provisioning tool for certificate and key management, secure image preparation, and device provisioning and programming.
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    Switching is the most fundamental function in electronics and plays a vital role in every system. Analog and digital bus switches are used in many industrial itruments and coumer devices to implement test interfaces, multiple peripheral and host selection functio, power and clock management, sample and hold circuits, test and debug interfaces, etc. Single Pole Single Throw (SPST), Single Pole Double Throw (SPDT), and Double Pole Double Throw (DPDT) are some of the switch configuratio widely used in the industry today. Figure 1 shows some of the common switch configuratio. NXP uses innovative circuit and package desig to offer an exteive portfolio of analog switches in single package with sub-ohmic on state resistance for different applicatio. In this paper, features and applicatio of NX and LVC analog switches and CBT digital bus switches are discussed in detail. Some of these switches have a select pin and some have enable pin, for digital control by a master in the design. Schmitt trigger action at select and enable control pi results in higher reliability in noisy conditio. Both normally closed and normally open switch configuratio are offered, which find their way in different applicatio. For example, normally closed switches are commonly used in audio system of TV. Normally, the audio is routed to speake at all times as long as the switch is closed but when the mute button is pressed, the switch is opened and audio is muted. On the other hand, normally open switches can be used to isolate multiple peripherals from the source and select the required one. For example, video signals can be routed from digital signal processor to external LCD of a notebook PC via docking station, by closing a normally open switch.
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    Around the world, battery charge for mobile phones, MP3 playe and other useful devices are couming electricity – even after the device itself has been unplugged. As long as the power supply or charger remai in the outlet, milliamps of current are flowing through them so that the electronics iide the power supply will have the right voltage ready when it’s needed. Since that voltage is available itantaneously as soon as the power supply is plugged in, this is wasted energy. A trickle of milliamps into a mobile phone charger doesn’t seem like much. But when it is multiplied by all the world’s charge – the average peon in many countries has four of them – billio of trickles combine into a torrent of wasted energy. The total amount of energy lost worldwide has been estimated as the equivalent of a 500 megawatt generating station based on 4 billion devices in service worldwide of which 25% (1 billion) are in service at any one time. If one‐half of a watt could be saved per device times 1 billion devices, it would amount of a savings of 500 MW. In the U.S., the ENERGY STAR® program, a joint effort of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy, has targeted the wasteful ways of power supplies (sometimes known as wall warts). Over the past five yea, it has established aggressive goals for increasing power supply efficiency. Figure 1 shows the efficiency requirements (vertical axis) of end‐use power supplies according to their capacity. The horizontal axis shows the allowable power coumption under no‐load conditio. A power supply must meet both criteria (i.e. fall into one of the EPS blocks) to earn an EnergyStar rating.