Chip’s size gives key-fob manufacturers greater design freedom.
NXP Semiconductors introduces the NCF2960, which it calls the world’s smallest combo chip for automotive keyless entry with immobilizer functions. The chip integrates a security transponder, micro-RISC kernel and multichannel radio transmitter in a single package. The NCF2960 addresses OEMs’ demand for fashionable and distinctive car key designs, NXP says. The chip’s package size is 44% smaller than that of the previous generation. It requires only 0.16 in.-by-0.16 ...
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