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Introducing an innovative I2C Input/Output Expander with low voltage operation and cost-saving "Agile I/O" features

Original Air Date: Dec 12, 2012 | Duration: 60 minutes Webinar
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Overview:
This one-hour webinar (including Q&A) will cover a new family of low-voltage, I2C, Input/Ouput Expander ICs that are pin and function compatible with industry-standard devices, but operate at lower power supply voltages and include "Agile I/O" features that can significantly slash costs in almost every design. These features include integrated hardware that eliminates components on the printed circuit board, as well as mechanisms to simplify and improve the quality of the control firmware.

What the attendee will learn:

  • A new family of low-voltage, I2C GPIO that are completely pin- & function-compatible with industry standard devices
  • New "Agile I/O" features that eliminate PC board components
  • New "Agile I/O" features that simplify software development and improve firmware quality

Who should attend:
Designers who run out of GPIO pins on their controllers for resets and enables of peripheral chips in their systems should attend. A basic understanding of the I2C bus is useful, but not required.

Presenter:
John Hull, Technical Marketing Manager, NXP Semiconductors
John Hull is Technical Marketing Manager for NXP Semiconductors responsible for I2C products in the System Management group. He is a veteran of the semiconductor industry and has been solving both analog and digital system problems for over 20 years. His current interests include negative testing of I2C systems and keeping Christmas lights burning brightly.

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tracy.hayford Posted Dec 12, 2012

Have to give the "webinar" zero stars since the links provided never opened anything except the registration page. Additionally, an email to support@eetimes.com went unanswered. Hopefully, it will be available "On Demand" later. Seems like it would have been interesting.

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tracy.hayford Posted Dec 12, 2012

Oops! Looks like I had a "time zone" malfunction and was trying to participate an hour late. I'll be on the lookout for the "on demand" version.

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