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Covering fault scenarios in mission-critical military Ethernet applications - Story

June 21, 2024

Time-sensitive networking (TSN) can be used in military systems to detect and contain the propagation of faults and to enhance the availability and integrity of time in an Ethernet network. When combined with hardening strategies, TSN enables Ethernet to be used for mission-critical applications in harsh environments.


Solution for increasingly electric aircraft coming from Microchip Technology - News

April 20, 2024

CHANDLER, Ariz. MIcrochip Technology introduced a new integrated actuation power solution that it says leverages companion gate driver boards with hybrid power drive (HPD) modules in silicon carbide or silicon technology with a power range of 5 kVA to 20 kVA.


U.K. government's National Cyber Security Centre reported to "successfully" review Microchip FPGAs - News

September 05, 2023

CHANDLER, Ariz. Embedded solution provider Microchip Technology reports that the U.K. government’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has "successfully reviewed" the security of its communications, industrial, aerospace, defense, nuclear, and other systems that rely on Microchip Technology’s PolarFire FPGAs [field-programmable gate arrays].


Cesium atomic clock maintains accuracy in signal-denied environments - News

June 15, 2023

CHANDLER, Ariz. Microchip Technology announced its 5071B cesium atomic clock intended to provide multiple industries -- including defense, aviation, telecommunications, data centers, and metrology -- with a long-term, precise timing and frequency solution to safeguard and process data even in the event of Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) denial or signal jamming/spoofing.


New power device for LEO satellites unveiled by Microchip Technology - News

January 17, 2023

CHANDLER, Arizona. Microchip Technology has announced the release of a new commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) rad-tolerant power device targeting the low-Earth orbit (LEO) satellite market and other space applications, the company announced in a statement.


First Aerospace-qualified Baseless Power Module Family Improves Aircraft Electrical System Efficiency - Press Release

August 11, 2021

CHANDLER, Ariz., August 3, 2021 – In the race to reduce aircraft emissions, developers increasingly are moving toward more efficient designs including electrical systems that replace today’s pneumatics and hydraulics powering everything from on-board alternators to actuators and Auxiliary Power Units (APUs). To enable next-generation aircraft electrical systems, new power conversion technology is required. Microchip Technology Inc. today announced its development with Clean Sky, a joint European Commission (EC) and industry consortium, of the first aerospace-qualified baseless power modules enabling higher-efficiency, lighter and more compact power conversion and motor drive systems.


Radiation-tolerant FPGA for space applications launched by Microchip Technology - News

June 29, 2021

CHANDLER, Ariz. Microchip Technology announced the availability of the first radiation-tolerant FPGA [field-programmable gate array] that has been qualified to JEDEC standards in a plastic package, which the company says is aimed at developers of small-satellite constellations and other space systems that call for high reliability and radiation protection.