CAN OBD Reader Reference Design
The Silicon Labs CAN OBD Reader Reference Design use the CAN peripheral of the C8051F502 microcontroller (MCU) and interfaces to the OBD-II port in a vehicle to retrieve the diagnostic error codes and
DTMF Decoder Reference Design
Using the 25 MIPS CPU and on-chip ADC, the C8051F300 can perform DTMF tone generation and decoding. The combination of high performance and small size (3x3 mm) makes the C8051F300 an ideal choice for
Embedded Modem Development Kit
The Embedded Modem Development Kit provides all of the hardware and software to create an embedded modem solution.
RF to USB Reference Design
The RF to USB Reference Design is a simple tool to demonstrate, evaluate and develop with Silicon Labs´ low power sub-GHz wireless MCUs.
Sensorless BLDC Motor Reference Design
The Sensorless BLDC Motor Reference Design illustrates how to use the 5x5 mm C8051F310 microcontroller for high performance sensorless BLDC motor applications.
Stepper Motor Reference Design
The Stepper Motor Reference Design illustrates how to use the 3x3 mm C8051F301 microcontroller for high performance stepper motor applications. This reference design can also be used as a platform for
Temperature Compensated RTC Reference Design
The Temperature Compensated Real-Time Clock (RTC) Reference Design kit provides a cost-effective way to easily develop applications that use a temperature compensated RTC.
USB Mass Storage Reference Design
The USB Mass Storage and CF/MMC/SD Reference Design kit includes everything necessary to implement a FAT16 file system using an SD, MMC or CF memory card on your Silicon Labs MCU. In addition, it prov
Voice Recorder Reference Design
The Voice Recorder Reference Design illustrates how to use a C8051F411 for voice application. It is a practical demonstration of C8051F41x high performance analog and CPU throughput capability.
Wireless Sensor Node Energy Harvesting Reference Design
The Wireless Sensor Node Energy Harvesting Reference Design illustrates how to use an Si1xxx wireless microcontroller in an extremely low power wireless sensor application.