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Setting the standard for automotive broadcast reception

Setting the standard for automotive broadcast reception
Silicon Labs has introduced what it claims to be the industry’s most scalable, flexible and cost-effective car radio solution for the global automotive infotainment market. Silicon Labs’ new portfolio of Global Eagle and Dual Eagle AM/FM receivers and digital radio tuners and Digital Falcon coprocessors enables automakers and Tier 1 suppliers to address all market segments, cost and performance levels, and digital radio standards while meeting rigorous automotive quality standards.
15th August 2017

Audio software aids automotive radio market

Audio software aids automotive radio market
Silicon Labs has introduced audio software products that give automotive radio developers greater flexibility to incorporate advanced audio post-processing algorithms in Silicon Labs’ Global Eagle Si47911/12 radio ICs with audio system devices. The new software products make it easy and cost-effective for developers to implement audio post-processing functions such as tone control, cabin equalisation and chime generation using the Si47911/12 ICs’ integrated Tensilica HiFi EP DSP.
5th December 2016

Isolated gate drivers offer protection for inverters and motor drives

Isolated gate drivers offer protection for inverters and motor drives
Silicon Labs has expanded its ISOdriver portfolio with a family of isolated gate drivers designed to protect sensitive Insulated-Gate Bipolar Transistor (IGBT) switches in power inverter and motor drive applications. The new Si828x ISOdriver family provides industrial-grade isolation (5kVrms withstand), best-in-class feature integration including the following:
12th September 2016


Automotive audio ICs deliver strong RF performance

Automotive audio ICs deliver strong RF performance
Silicon Labs has introduced a complete portfolio of receivers/audio processors and multi-standard digital radio ICs designed to deliver high AM/FM and digital radio performance for the global car radio market. The Si479xx family of AM/FM receivers and digital radio tuners delivers a benchmark for car radio reception performance with on-chip audio processing at the lowest system cost.
25th March 2015

IC delivers best-in-class performance for car radios

IC delivers best-in-class performance for car radios
Claimed to provide best-in-class AM/FM and HD Radio/DAB/DMB digital radio performance for demanding car radio systems, the Si4790x tuner IC family has been announced by Silicon Labs. The automotive tuner ICs deliver exceptional flexibility and scalability for Tier 1 automotive infotainment suppliers and aftermarket car radio makers worldwide.
27th August 2014

Silicon Labs Automotive Tuners Drive Future of Car Radio Technology

Silicon Laboratories Inc today introduced the industry’s most advanced automotive tuner IC family designed to deliver the highest RF performance coupled with advanced signal processing while reducing the cost and complexity of car radio systems. Offering superior price/performance for the global car radio market, the new Si476x tuner family provides a best-in-class multiband receiver solution for automotive infotainment head-units and AM/FM car radios from all classes of providers ranging from Tier 1 suppliers to aftermarket car radio makers.
21st November 2011

Silicon Labs Ships One Billion Broadcast Radio ICs Based on Pioneering Digital Architecture

Silicon Labs Ships One Billion Broadcast Radio ICs Based on Pioneering Digital Architecture
Reaching a major milestone in the broadcast audio market, Silicon Laboratories Inc announced that it has shipped its one billionth broadcast radio IC. Silicon Labs’ digital CMOS broadcast radios are widely used in handsets, portable media players (PMPs), personal navigation devices (PNDs), automotive infotainment systems, tabletop and bedside radios, portable radios, boom boxes and numerous other consumer electronics products.
29th July 2011

Silicon Labs Introduces Industry’s First Six-Channel 5 kV Digital Isolators

Silicon Laboratories Inc introduced a family of digital isolators that offers the highest channel count, performance and data rate for demanding applications with isolation ratings up to 5 kV. The new Si86xx 3.75 kV and 5 kV digital isolators replace optocouplers in target applications requiring robust operation and high levels of insulation protection. With its 5 kV rating, the Si86xx family offers an ideal isolation solution for systems powered from 220 Vac mains supplies such as isolated ac-dc and dc-dc power supplies, as well as solar panel microinverters, data communications systems and hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs).
29th July 2011

Silicon Labs and Hope Microelectronics Join Forces on Sub-GHz Wireless Module Solutions

Silicon Laboratories Inc. and Hope Microelectronics today introduced a comprehensive family of RF modules based on Silicon Labs’ market-leading EZRadioPRO wireless radio family. Hope Microelectronics’ new RFM23B and RFM31B modules provide cost-effective, turnkey wireless networking solutions for bidirectional and one-way link applications such as in-vehicle anti-theft alarm systems.
20th April 2011

Silicon Labs Expands Family Of Automotive-Qualified Microcontrollers

Silicon Labs Expands Family Of Automotive-Qualified Microcontrollers
Silicon Laboratories has announced a new line of C8051F5xx automotive-qualified microcontrollers (MCUs) that enable a dramatic reduction in system cost and footprint in body electronics applications. The highly integrated C8051F5xx family eliminates the need for discrete analog components and offers industry-leading throughput, reducing code size and further lowering system cost. The new pin- and software-compatible 8-bit devices are ideal for cost-sensitive, space-constrained embedded body control applications, such as fan control, seat adjustment, window lifters and fuel tank sensors.
24th January 2011


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