Is the Universal Translator Finally Here?

This webinar from NXP will provide a detailed insight on why these advanced, extremely-low power translators from NXP Logic are the solution for your mixed voltage applications!

Today's modern, multiple voltage domain designs require more and more demand for level shifting and translation. This seminar will address the concepts and issues with translation technologies and how NXP addresses those issues with the new AXP translator family.  The AXP translator family has the same ultra-low voltage, ultra-low power and performance as before, but now with a dual supply wide voltage range for all your translation needs. NXP now offers solutions to interfacing Microprocessors, Microcontrollers, and ASICs operating as low as 0.7 V to peripheral devices operating as high as 5.5 V.

Attend this webinar to learn:

  • How low-power voltage level translator products from NXP Semiconductors continues to support the migration of applications to low voltages resulting in power savings.

  • How engineers can take advantage of the lower power translators and reduce the supply voltage without having to redesign existing mixed-voltage applications. 

Who should attend?

  • Design Engineers
  • Design Managers
  • System Architects

Speaker:

  • Tom Wolf. Tom is a Senior Product Application Engineer for Logic Devices at NXP Semiconductor.  His design and application experience extends to a wide array of systems including server/workstation design, optoelectronics, battery and energy systems and embedded controllers.

Win an Apple iPad!

NXP will hold a drawing from the list of attendees for an Apple iPad following the events.


 


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