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Selecting a 32-bit Microcontroller That Makes the Developerís Job Easier

April 11, 2012 // Silicon Laboratories // 0 comments

Selecting a 32-bit Microcontroller That Makes the Developerís Job Easier Download White Paper 607Ko

Selecting the right 32-bit ARM microcontroller shouldn't mean you have to compromise on your requirements. In addition to meeting your specific memory and I/O needs, it should also offer the integration, peripherals and power budget that gives you the most options and the best cost profile for your system. Learn about the latest innovations in 32-bit MCUs and get tips on how to select the best MCU for your design.


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