Logic TechZone

Logic TechZone

Logic TechZone

Welcome to Logic TechZone! This is NXP Semiconductor's dedicated community website and the online destination for designers evaluating and using NXP logic products.

Did you know?

Did you know that NXP is the world's #1 volume supplier for logic devices? Over the last 50 years, the NXP logic business – starting as Signetics with a leading-edge portfolio and the commitment and innovation as Philips Semiconductors – has supported the growing global demand for logic worldwide. Read more here.

NXP's Logic Selection Guide 2015

Logic Videos

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    New AXP Logic Family by NXP

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AXP Design contest winners

Engineers all over the world participated in our AXP Logic contest. In January 2014 we asked contestants to use our new AXP1G57 low-power configurable multiple function logic gate as a design platform. Completed entries submitted before the closing deadline had the opportunity to win one of several prizes. The contest ran for six months and garnered some impressive stats and even greater results. Just over 650 people registered online and a number of excellent designs were submitted. Read more…

Logic Solutions Guide

NXP's comprehensive product portfolio includes industry-leading HC(T) and LVC families, our newest AUP family, and translator and bus switch functions. Our packages include ultra-compact DQFN, HVQFN, and MicroPak XSON. With our NX family of analog switches we offer one of the largest sub 1 Ω switch portfolios in the industry. Download our General-Purpose Logic solutions guide.

Voltage Translation Guide

In recent years, voltage translation has become an important part of electronic design, especially in portable applications. That’s because the latest data and application processors for mobile applications are typically produced in advanced, low-power CMOS process technologies that use a supply voltage of 1.8 V or lower, but the peripherals they connect to, including memories, image sensors, relays, and RF transceivers, are more likely to use older, lower-cost process technologies that operate at higher levels, at or above 3 or 5 V. Voltage- level translators enable these different devices to work together, without producing damaging current flow or signal loss, so the system operates more efficiently and saves power. Download our Voltage Translation guide.


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