Programmable Logic DesignLine Blog
How to overcome the challenges of rising device complexities and higher costs when integrating programmable logic devices on the PCB.
There's always a pile of new "stuff" at our TechOnline sister site. In today's newsletter, for example, I saw a rather interesting paper entitled When FPGA I/O design becomes a necessity.
As the brief spiel describing the paper says: "Design teams are being forced to implement urgent changes to unite their HDL, FPGA and PCB flows to ensure they do not negate the cost and time-to-market advantages of using programmable logic. This paper details how Mentor Graphics' and Altera's combined flow overcome the challenges of rising device complexities and higher costs when integrating programmable logic devices on the PCB."
Hmmm, intriguing . . . I know what I'm going to be reading as soon as I get a spare moment . . .
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