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MoBL ADM Dual Port photo

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October 11, 2011

Cypress has added six new More Battery Life™ (MoBL™) Dual Ports that are the first to integrate an Address/Data Multiplexed (ADM) interface. The ADM interface allows for a direct interconnect between the application and baseband processors in 3G and 3.5G smartphones that provide video, music, games and other multimedia functions.

New multimedia functions and wireless standards call for a high-throughput, low-power interconnect in dual-processor mobile handsets. With access times as low as 65 ns, MoBL ADM Dual Ports can provide up to 246 Mbps throughput - the highest in the industry. Cypress's low-power MoBL technology enables the interconnects to operate with only 2 uA typical standby current, providing up to 50% power savings during inter-processor communication over traditional interconnects such as UART, I2C and USB1.1 technology. The MoBL family of dual-port interconnects is the most flexible in the industry with 64 Kb, 128 Kb and 256 Kb densities. The devices come in ultra-small 6 mm x 6 mm, 0.5 mm pitch, 100-ball vfBGA (very fine Ball Grid Array) packages.

Click below for a high-resolution photo of a MoBL ADM dual port.