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posted in February 2004
New Technologies Could Redefine Single Chip Functionality
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2/27/2004   Post a comment
A Crossing of Paths May Be of Benefit to Both Memory and FPGA Makers and Users
Value Added Partnership Between Distribution and Device Makers
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2/27/2004   Post a comment
Partnership yields development/training platform targeting engineering community
A Class By Itself
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2/27/2004   Post a comment
FPGA Design Automation That is Easy to C
High-density, extended temperature FPGAs claim slots in automotive apps
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2/27/2004   Post a comment
Almost every car that comes off the assembly line will make use of occupant safety systems, electronic engine control modules for camless engine control units (ECUs) and other under-the-hood powertrain management systems. But high end automotive electronics like navigation, speech recognition, passenger control and comfort systems, intelligent occupant sensors and heads-up displays may not have the volumes that justify an investment in ASICs. Here, the densities, features, and extended temperatu
New, Improved, Less Filling, Taste Great
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2/27/2004   Post a comment
Manufacturers make a lot of claims. It can be a full time job just to figure out what they are trying to say in their one liners.
Your click counts
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2/25/2004   Post a comment
Steve Ohr is nothing if not enthusiastic about publishing engineering design articles and showcasing new products on the web, and then counting the clicks they generate. "It puts you in touch with your readers," he suggests. But just think what an online product showcase can do in conjunction with a new tradeshow venue. Help us pick the most dramatic new product introductions, he bids.
QuickSilver's silicon-to-go
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2/24/2004   Post a comment
This detailed look at QuickSilver's adaptive computing machine (ACM) technology shows how you can bring algorithms into silicon, using a toolset and IP available under a modified open-source license.
Libero IDE Tools Enable Faster Timing Closure and Performance
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2/18/2004   Post a comment
Improvements for ProASIC Plus FPGAs
Low-Power Digital and Instrumentation-Quality Analog Blocks For Under $1
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Low-Power Digital and Instrumentation-Quality Analog Blocks For Under $1
New Radiation-Tolerant FPGA Represents ASIC Alternative for Space
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2/18/2004   Post a comment
RTAX-S Family Extended to Meet Industry Demand
Radiation-Hardened Devices Integrated Throughout All Phases of the Mars Exploration
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2/18/2004   Post a comment
Devices Integrated Throughout All Phases of the Mars Exploration
Free Toolset Combines Ease of Use with Flexibility for Rapid Development of Industrial Control Applications
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Free Toolset Combines Ease of Use with Flexibility for Rapid Development of Industrial Control Applications
HiPer High-Performance Layout and Verification Software on the Windows Platform
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Foundry-Compatible DRC Can Be Used For FPGAs
First Automated Programming Solution for Texas Instrument's F2812 DSP
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2/18/2004   Post a comment
High-Speed Programming Architecture For F2812
Industy's Lowest Power FPGA?
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2/18/2004   Post a comment
Industy's Lowest Power FPGA? The Claim is "Twenty to 400 times lower power consumption than other FPGA offerings"
Maskless Customization Approach for No-NRE Structured ASIC
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2/18/2004   Post a comment
Could This Eliminate Multimillion-Dollar Mask Sets?
System programs ST7 flash devices in circuit
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2/13/2004   Post a comment
The MP-ISP/ST7, an in-circuit gang programming system for STMicroelectronics ST7 flash devices, in-circuit programs up to eight devices.


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