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The low-cost FPGA revolution
Signal Processing DesignLine Blog  
4/3/2007   Post a comment
The latest chips from Altera and Xilinx break all the old rules about FPGAs. Here's why these new devices deserve a close look.
Cypress develops two capacitive sensing methods for PSoC
Product News  
4/2/2007   Post a comment
Cypress introduced for its PSoC CapSense capacitive sensing products two sensing methods that are provided in the PSoC designer integrated development environment as user modules—CapSense Sigma-Delta Modulator (CSD) and CapSense Successive Approximation (CSA).
Challenge the assumptions on FPGAs
Design How-To  
4/2/2007   Post a comment
Think FPGAs are expensive and power-hungry? The Spartan-3A announced today delivers over 20 GMACs for under $30--all while burning less power than comparable DSPs. Surprised? Read on to learn why your assumptions about FPGAs might be wrong.
Xilinx launches new low-cost Spartan-DSP FPGAs
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4/2/2007   Post a comment
With Spartan-3A DSP-optimized FPGAs, XtremeDSP solutions from Xilinx unleash breakthrough price-performance-power advantages for wireless and video applications.
Altera opens 30th joint lab and training center in china
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4/2/2007   Post a comment
Altera's Joint Lab and Training Centers in China helps future engineers learn about programmable logic through education and hands-on experience.
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