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      MSP-EXP430G2 (LAUNCHPAD DEV BRD FOR MSP430G2XX)
      • MSP-EXP430G2 (LAUNCHPAD DEV BRD FOR MSP430G2XX)
      • MSP-EXP430G2 (LAUNCHPAD DEV BRD FOR MSP430G2XX)

      MSP-EXP430G2 (LAUNCHPAD DEV BRD FOR MSP430G2XX)

      MSP-EXP430G2

      MSP-EXP430G2 (LAUNCHPAD DEV BRD FOR MSP430G2XX)

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      As the number of competitors grow and the time for taking products to market shrinks, the
      microcontroller (MCU) industry is being stretched by two opposing, but equally strong vectors.
      The growing demand for higher performance and ultra-low power functionality is matched
      only by an aggressive need for lower and lower price points. This is especially clear in lowcost
      applications that utilize 8-bit MCUs. To increase performance without breaking the bank,
      developers of low-cost 8-bit MCUs must migrate to higher performance 16-bit MCUs that are
      available at affordable price points.
      In high volume and quick turnover markets such as consumer and personal electronics,
      the need for a highly differentiated MCU, while maintaining aggressive price points, is a
      constant struggle. For instance, the market for 3D glasses has exploded in the recent months,
      both on the big and small screen. As this market trend moves up and to the right, developers
      are hard at work in creating technological solutions that provide a unique and immersive
      experience while remaining affordable. By providing more affordable solutions, developers
      hope to minimize the risks and barriers associated with new and fast moving markets.
      For many, this barrier to success is prohibited by a limited MCU core. Many developers
      of 8-bit MCUs have completely exhausted the full capabilities of their MCU due to limited
      data throughput and inefficient interfacing with higher resolution analog and digital
      peripherals. To enable increased functionality and improve feature sets of existing projects,
      developers must migrate to higher performance 16-bit MCUs.
      The MSP430 MCU Value Line series provides a migration path for many of these
      constrained 8-bit MCU developers. At no additional cost, the affordable MSP430 MCU Value
      Line devices offer a 16-bit architecture, higher precision timers and improved peripheral
      integration and interfacing, enabling improved performance and lower power consumption.
      The implementation of 16-bit MCUs enable up to 10 times improved performance and
      10 times lower power when compared to many low-cost 8-bit applications. Currently, the
      MSP430 MCU Value Line series offers 27 ultra-low power 16-bit devices that offer
      varying levels of analog integration, communication modules and package types.

      MSP-EXP430G2

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