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FPGAs for meeting size, reliability, security goals in medical devices

10/21/2011 00:52 AM EDT
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re: FPGAs for meeting size, reliability, security goals in medical devices
DrFPGA   11/18/2011 6:09:04 PM
I would be interested in seeing the editors take on what the "useful insight and information which makes it worthwhile for all device designs at this level" points are. True, there are a few paragraphs about the medical market in general but for my taste the design details are just a feature list with little real engineering trade-offs discussed. Next time please ask the author to rewrite it with more technical detail and less marketing 'fluff'.

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