Arrow Electronics at Embedded World 2014
Wired and Wireless Interconnection
Embedded Interface Solutions
will be presented for Power over Ethernet from ON Semiconductor and Fairchild. A very interesting solution is the 4-20mA Current Loop Interface from Analog Devices.
is getting more and more important; Arrow will address the topic with demos from Altera and PHY technology from Micrel and Renesas as well as connectivity solutions from Avago. Texas Instruments will present Industrial Ethernet µC based solutions.
The i.MX6 based SOM with dual band WiFi from Digi International will be one of the key products.
RFID / NFC
Near Field Communication (NFC) is a short range wireless technology. It enables two devices to exchange data over a short distance.
NFC has a number of applications and it will likely be a major part of our lives. It enhances the RFID technology for many industrial applications.
Three showcases for Microcontroller and Processors will cover
- LowPower/LowCost Microcontroller: SAMD2 and SAMG from Atmel, Kinetis from Freescale, XMC11xx from Infineon and RL78 from Renesas
- Standard Microcontroller: LPC from NXP, XMC4xxx from Infineon, STM32F429 from STMicroelectronics, RX and RZ from Renesas and Tiva C from Texas Instruments
- Processors: SAMA5 from Atmel, i.MX6/Vybrid/Layerscape from Freescale and AM335x (Beaglebone) from Texas Instruments
Programmable Logic Solutions from different vendors ranging from very small PLD in tiny packages targeting low-cost applications up to huge FPGA with on-chip dual-core processors running a Linux operating system. FPGA technology is a key in several application areas when integration, performance, or flexibility decides on the success of the product.
Functional Safety Demos in industrial and automotive applications. Infineon will present the new Aurix processor as follower of the TriCore Series. Texas Instruments presents a demo of functional safety in industrial applications. An automotive functional safety demo will be presented by Freescale.
Tools & Services helps designers to prove concepts quickly and fast-track new projects into prototyping and on to production.