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MTD6505 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided Drive, for high efficiency and low acoustic noise. Position Sensorless BLDC Drivers (No Hall-effect sensor required). Integrated Power Transistors. Supports 2V to 5.5V Power Supplies. Programming Resistor (RPROG) setting to fit motor constant (Km) range from 3.25 mV/Hz to 52 mV/Hz. Direction Control...

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    In an industry reeling from the most extended downturn in its history, some things do remain constant: Semicon West is the must-attend event on the semiconductor trade show calendar. For the first time in recent memory, some exhibit-hall space continues to be available at press time. Despite
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