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TI's new Tiva C Series ARM Cortex-M4 MCUs for connected applications

4/15/2013 09:39 PM EDT
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Max The Magnificent
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Max The Magnificent   4/15/2013 9:52:55 PM
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When I was receiving my briefing from TI, my eye fell on the "System" part of the block diagram shown above and I noted that I was happy to see 12 PWM channels. Then they pointed out that there were another 16 PWM channels in the "Motion Control" subsystem! Good grief -- give me strength -- with one of these little rascals I could rule the world!!!

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Moises102   4/16/2013 8:56:52 PM
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TI's specifications always look great on paper, but I will not be impress yet. Not until I see them in production and see that they have low lead times and all the features they specify on the specs sheets works as intended.

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mkr0   4/19/2013 8:20:27 AM
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Not very excited about that press release. Look at STM32F4 series - twice the speed, more peripherals, available for a while now and accompanied with a nice, inexpensive devkit.

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