Himalaya µSLIC solution: industry’s smallest power modules
Maxim’s Himalaya µSLIC™ portfolio offers a broad selection of products addressing diverse input voltage requirements from 2.9V to 5.5V, and 4.5V to 24V/42V/60V with output current capability ranging from 100mA to 1A in an ultra-small package.
The new MAXM17623 and MAXM17624 are high-frequency synchronous step down DC-DC converter modules, with integrated MOSFETs, compensation components, and inductors, that operate over a 2.9V to 5.5V input voltage range.
You can win a MAXM17623 evaluation kit. It provides a proven design to evaluate the MAXM17623 high frequency, high-efficiency, synchronous step-down DC-DC power module
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Ethernet Switches in Vehicles' E/E Architectures
The quantity of electronics content found in a modern car is quite staggering. Back in the 1990s there would have only been a relatively small number of electronic controls units (ECUs) taking care of a few key tasks. With the advent of advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) technology and the integration of increasingly more sophisticated in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) features, things are proving to be very different today.
We have now reached a stage where nobody really doubts that it will be Ethernet that forms the foundation of in-vehicle networking infrastructure in the future. Avnet Silica partners with Marvell to help develop cutting-edge customer solutions using the latest Ethernet Technologies.
Discover why Ethernet Switches in particular, will have a critical role in vehicles E/E architectures.GET WHITEPAPER