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8-Bit MCU Support IC with 256 Kbyte EEPROM Draws 0.8 mA/MHz
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Fremont, CA--September 30, 1996--WSI (Fremont, CA) announced the availability of production quantities of its 5V ZPSD314R, an 8-bit programmable MCU peripheral IC with 256 kbytes ...
Microchip Technology Announces I2C Serial EEPROM Devices for Embedded Smart Card Applications
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Microchip Technology Announces I2C Serial EEPROM Devices for Embedded Smart Card ApplicationsChandler, AZ--September 30, 1996--Microchip Technology Inc. ...
Productivity Enhancements in ACCEL EDA Streamlines Design Process
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San Diego, CA--October 1, 1996--ACCEL Technologies Inc. (San Diego, CA) announced Version 12.1 of their Windows-based ACCEL EDA schematic entry and PCB layout design products. ...
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