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Xilinx rolls rad-hard, reconfigurable FPGA for space apps

7/19/2010 11:01 AM EDT
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re: Xilinx rolls rad-hard, reconfigurable FPGA for space apps
Kinnar   7/19/2010 6:48:06 PM
It is a great leap ahead, reconfigurable FPGAs will help in updating the entire design of the satellites, and will be very much helpful to keep pace with the updating standards and technologies in satellite communication, data collection and processing, even they will be able to correct the bugs on the fly. Truely great leap ahead.

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