LPC800: Enhance your 8-bit application with 32-bit possibilities
NXP's LPC800 is the newest member to the LPC Go microcontroller family. The LPC800 is based on the ARM® Cortex™-M0+ processor; the key features of which are exceptionally small silicon area, low power, and minimal code footprint which enables developers to achieve 32-bit performance at an 8-bit price point. Combining the above core with exceptional peripherals such as the State Configurable Timer (SCT), Switch Matrix, and Pattern Match Engine (PME), makes the LPC800 an extremely flexible, powerful, yet easy to use microcontroller. The series has been designed to excel at simple tasks that 8-bit applications require, and provides additional capabilities to future proof your design. This webinar will provide a technical overview of the LPC800, explaining the key benefits of the flexible architecture and easy-to-use peripherals.
Steven McQuade, Product Marketing Manager, BL-Microcontrollers, NXP
As Product Marketing Manager, Steven is responsible for the LPC Go and LPC Connect families within the NXP microcontroller portfolio. Steven has 14 years experience in the semiconductor industry in both engineering and marketing roles. Steven has extensive experience with microcontrollers and mixed signal products. Prior to joining NXP Steven spent 10years with Motorola/Freescale and 2years with Wolfson Microelectronics. Steven holds a BSEE from Glasgow University.
Amish Desai, Senior Applications Engineer, NXP
Amish Desai is an Applications Engineer at NXP Semiconductors educated at San Jose State University with more than ten years experience working on microcontroller applications.