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Triad attempts to make mixed-signal design for the masses

3/29/2012 09:15 PM EDT
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re: Triad attempts to make mixed-signal design for the masses
DrFPGA   4/8/2012 9:21:09 PM
Once the FPGA guys get their analog act in gear just the high volume applications will be left for Triad. Like other markets look for the FPGAs to follow right behind by adding the popular analog components that Triad 'tests out' in the low end and mid-range spaces.

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