32-bit microcontrollers

  • 03-Apr-2011 10:04 EDT


Freescale Semiconductor’s Qorivva MPC567xK family of 32-bit microcontrollers (MCUs) provides designers of automotive safety systems the ability to engineer advanced safety features such as blind-spot detection, lane-departure warning systems, side-view assistance, and adaptive headlights. Built on Power Architecture technology tailored specifically for the automotive market, the microcontrollers help reduce and, in many cases eliminate, the need for additional external signal processing components. With its high-throughput dual-core architecture, high-density on-chip memory, and optimized signal processing engines, the MPC567xK family delivers a cost-effective option for the latest advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) applications. Suitable for radar- and camera-based ADAS, the MPC567xK family operates at up to 180 MHz, with up to 2 MB flash memory and 512 K SRAM.

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