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Highly expandable Bluetooth 5 IC for automotive applications

Highly expandable Bluetooth 5 IC for automotive applications
  It has been announced by Toshiba Electronics Europe (Toshiba), that a new Bluetooth IC for automotive applications will be added to their IC line-up. The TC35681IFTG is based on an arm Cortex-M0 CPU and is compliant with Bluetooth Low Energy (LE) core specification 5.0.
31st October 2018

Small LDO regulator provides fast transient response

Small LDO regulator provides fast transient response
  Toshiba Electronics has released the TCR3UG series of small package, Low Dropout (LDO) regulators with an output current of 300mA, that are suitable for power management of IoT modules, wearable devices and smartphones.
23rd January 2018

Bluetooth 5 compliant ICs offer low current consumption

Bluetooth 5 compliant ICs offer low current consumption
  Two new products have been added to Toshiba Electronics Europe's line-up of ICs compliant with the Bluetooth low energy Ver. 5.0 communications standard. The TC35680FSG and TC35681FSG ICs are compliant with the new high-speed features, 2M PHY and Coded PHY (500kbps and 125kbps) added to the Bluetooth Ver. 5.0 standard and support all of the required data rates.
9th January 2018


Reference board supports development of wearable devices

Reference board supports development of wearable devices
A new reference design board for Toshiba Electronics Europe's TZ1200 App-Lite graphics processor has been launched. The reference board forms part of a comprehensive development platform ecosystem that allows designers to rapidly configure and develop wearable devices and IoT applications. The comprehensive reference design board is a fully-featured design that includes all of the main components needed to rapidly build and debug prototypes.
19th September 2017

BLE products support new Bluetooth mesh standard

BLE products support new Bluetooth mesh standard
Toshiba Electronics Europe's line-up of Bluetooth Low Energy products now offers support for the Bluetooth Mesh standard. This standard was ratified and launched by the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG). The combination of new Bluetooth Mesh standard 1.0 and Toshiba’s application software enables Toshiba Bluetooth Low Energy products to simultaneously increase communication range, reliability and obstacle penetration capability while also extending battery life.
21st July 2017

Low power graphics processor designed for wearable applications

Low power graphics processor designed for wearable applications
  Toshiba Electronics has announced that mass production has begun for the latest addition to their line-up of ApP Lite application processors for IoT devices, including wearables. The compact TZ1201XBG graphics processor is based on a high performance 32-bit ARM Cortex-M4F processor capable operating at 96MHz (up to 120MHz with Over Drive).
10th July 2017

BLE ver.4.2 ICs offer enhanced security & low current consumption

BLE ver.4.2 ICs offer enhanced security & low current consumption
Toshiba has announced the launch of two ICs supporting Bluetooth Low Energy (LE) ver.4.2 communications, that match industry leading low current consumption realised by previous products while offering an enhanced security function. Like previous products, the TC3567CFSG and TC3567DFSG realise a peak current consumption of 3.3mA at 3V voltage supply in transmission mode by adopting a highly efficient DC/DC converter and original low-power circuit design.
8th June 2017

ICs offer low class current consumption and enhanced security

ICs offer low class current consumption and enhanced security
Two new ICs have been launched by Toshiba Electronics Europe - TC3567CFSG and TC3567DFSG. The latest additions to the company’s line-up of high-performance devices supporting Bluetooth Low Energy ver.4.2 communications match the low current consumption delivered by its previous products while also offering enhanced security functionality. Both ICs realise a peak current consumption of just 3.3mA at 3V supply when in transmission mode, through use of a highly efficient DC/DC converter and an effective proprietary low-power circuit design.
1st June 2017

Dual-mode, single-chip IC is first to support BLE 4.2

Dual-mode, single-chip IC is first to support BLE 4.2
Toshiba has enhanced its dual-mode Bluetooth Classic and Bluetooth Low Energy IC technology to offer Bluetooth LE4.2 (BLE 4.2) functionality. The dual-mode TC35661-551 simplifies the secure system design of a variety of Bluetooth-enabled products ranging from smartphone accessories and toys to healthcare equipment, industrial as well as automotive sensors and switch solutions.
31st March 2017

IoT development kit aids design of Bluetooth enabled wearables

IoT development kit aids design of Bluetooth enabled wearables
Toshiba Electronics Europe (TEE) has announced a comprehensive development kit that provides the hardware and software needed to create wearable devices that handle multiple sensor inputs. The EBTZ1041-SK-A1 ‘starter kit’ supports the prototyping of highly integrated IoT wearable applications featuring the Toshiba TZ1000 ApP Lite family of IoT processors. Toshiba’s new kit incorporates the company’s TZ1041MBG ‘sensor hub’ application processor.
1st March 2017

Addressing the trade-off in wearables

Processor technology is key to optimising functionality and battery life in wearables to meet the performance/power trade-off, writes Luciano Duca, General Manager, Toshiba Electronics Europe.
6th October 2016

BLE plug-in simplifies & speeds code generation

BLE plug-in simplifies & speeds code generation
Reducing the development time of IoT devices and other applications based around BLE components from Toshiba, a Bluetooth Developer Studio (BDS) ‘plug-in’ has been announced by Toshiba Electronics Europe. BDS is a GATT (Generic ATTribute profile) -based application development tool provided by the Bluetooth SIG that helps developers create consistent Bluetooth services and applications across multiple chipsets and platforms.
1st September 2016

BLE ICs reduce current by 46% over previous products

BLE ICs reduce current by 46% over previous products
Toshiba Electronics Europe has announced three ICs that support BLE version 4.1 communications, the TC35678FSG, TC35678FXG and TC35679FSG. Achieving class-leading low current consumption, the ICs are suited for use in Bluetooth Smart devices including wearable technology, medical equipment, smartphone accessories, remote controls and a wide variety of emerging IoT solutions.
14th July 2016

Bluetooth low energy communication IC suits scatternet devices

Bluetooth low energy communication IC suits scatternet devices
Toshiba Electronics Europe has launched a Bluetooth Low Energy Communication IC which adopts Bluetooth Core Version 4.1 and is suited for use with Scatternet devices. The TC35667WBG-006 is suitable for Bluetooth Smart products, such as wearable sport and lifestyle technology, remote controls, smartphone accessories and devices for the IoT.
23rd February 2016

Processors simplify low power wearable device design

Processors simplify low power wearable device design
Expanding its line up of ApP Lite application processors for wearable devices and the IoT, Toshiba Electronics Europe has announced the TZ1201XBG. This latest addition to the TZ1000 series is based on a high performance 32-bit ARM Cortex-M4F RISC processor capable of operating at frequencies of up to 120MHz.
7th January 2016

Receiver IC promises faster wireless charging

Receiver IC promises faster wireless charging
Toshiba Electronics Europe has announced the launch of the industry’s first single-chip 15W wireless power receiver IC that is compliant with the Qi v1.2 specifications defined by the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC). The TC7766WBG has been designed for use in mobile devices such as smartphones, tablets and a range of mobile industrial devices.
23rd November 2015

SOI process achieves the low insertion loss for RF switches

Toshiba Electronics Europe has announced the development of a next gen TarfSOI (Toshiba advanced RF SOI) process optimised for RF switch applications. RF switch ICs, fabricated using the new TaRF8 process such as the SP12T1 process, achieve the lowest-class of insertion loss in the industry. Sample shipments of SP12T RF switch ICs fabricated with the new process will start in January 2016.
23rd November 2015

500mA regulator ICs achieve industry-low dropout voltages

500mA regulator ICs achieve industry-low dropout voltages
Toshiba has launched a series of 500mA LDO Regulator ICs that achieve the industry’s lowest-in-class drop-out voltages. The devices are suitable for power management applications in smartphones, tablets and other battery operated devices including wearables. To increase efficiency of these LDOs special attention is put on minimising the drop-out voltage at high output current and low output voltage operation.
11th September 2015

SDHC card features close-proximity wireless transfer

SDHC card features close-proximity wireless transfer
Toshiba Electronics Europe has launched an SDHC card that combines Class 10 memory with TransferJet close proximity wireless transfer technology. The 16GB SDHC card, THN-J301W0160E6, will enable users of digital still cameras or camcorders to quickly transfer photos and videos to mobile devices such as tablets, notebooks and smartphones equipped with TransferJet adapters.
3rd September 2015

Sensor hub AP supports wearable tech

Sensor hub AP supports wearable tech
Toshiba Electronics Europe has announced the launch of TZ1041MBG, an application processor designed for use in wearable devices such as activity monitoring products, smart watches, bracelet and glasses-type devices. The IC is the latest addition to Toshiba’s ApP Lite TZ1000 family of solutions for the IoT. The TZ1041MBG meets increasing market demand for IoT devices able to support multiple external sensors. 
3rd September 2015


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