San Jose, CA--August 27, 1996--IMP Inc. (San Jose, CA) announced the availability of its new Electrically Programmable Analog Circuit (EPAC) Design Handbook. The handbook includes product information, application notes, and circuit development tool details.
The benefits of in-circuit reprogrammable analog and mixed-signal ICs, block level design and EEPROM technology are described in application notes, and briefs as well as a collection of seminar and trade paper reprints.
The company offers free Analog Magic 2.0 evaluation software that can be downloaded from its Web site at http://www/impweb.com or requested by calling 800/GET-EPAC. An analog design can be completed based on either the IMP50E10 Programmable Analog Signal-Conditioning Circuit or the IMP50E30 Programmable Monitoring and Diagnostic IC.
Analog Magic 2.0 software runs on Windows-based personal computers and allows users to configure and program working EPAC silicon using a "point and click" approach.
Programming can be performed either off-line or in real-time, which means the user can make changes "on-the-fly," in-system, while leaving the original EEPROM configuration unchanged. Changes to EEPROM memory can also be made.
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