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Radiometrix Launches Dynamically Reprogrammable RF Module
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10/31/2014   Post a comment
Have you considered how programmable RF devices might enhance the products that you design?
Is IP Cooperation the Way Ahead?
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9/23/2014   2 comments
Algotronix and Adaptive Micro-Ware say they will work together to deliver unique secure video IP cores for FPGAs.
M2M & IoT Meet Asset Tracking
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9/22/2014   Post a comment
The advent of highly integrated and low-cost Field Programmable Radio Frequency (FPRF) chips has provided the solution to many wireless issues.
Programmable Wireless Systems Set to Change the Landscape
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8/6/2014   Post a comment
Combining an FPRF with an FPGA that has on-chip processors and high-speed serial transceivers provides a powerful solution to small-cell design challenges.
Programmable RF Meets Programmable Logic
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6/19/2014   4 comments
Altera has announced that it is making an equity investment in Lime Microsystems -- the creator of the Field Programmable RF chips that are popping up all over the place.
Programmable RF Arena Welcomes 2 New Products
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3/11/2014   5 comments
Now engineers have a real choice with regard to bringing exciting new wireless products to market.
The World's First Field-Programmable RF Chip
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2/12/2014   6 comments
Introducing the world's first field-programmable radio frequency integrated circuit: Open your mind to new programmable capabilities.
Comment: Re: FPGA SEU - paul.dillien - 1/29/2014
What's Upsetting My FPGA?
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1/6/2014   10 comments
A single event upset (SEU) is where a latch or logic element on the device is flipped into the wrong state by an unexpected occurence.
What Do We Mean by FPGA Reliability?
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11/26/2013   16 comments
Reliability is a multi-dimensional problem that can have some very unfortunate (possibly career-limiting) consequences when things go wrong.
What's Microsemi Done With Actel's IGLOO Product Range?
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9/9/2013   1 comment
Microsemi has recently released IGLOO2 to address new designs. This is the second new FPGA family since Microsemi acquired Actel.
What's Microsemi Done With Actel's SmartFusion Product Range?
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7/16/2013   8 comments
The SmartFusion2 product range is built on 65nm Flash technology and biased heavily towards security and defense applications.


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