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If you missed the web seminar, Low-Cost FPGAs Deliver Design Encryption, DDR, and DSPs for $0.50 per 1,000 LUTs, you still have a chance to view the archive. The latest generation of Lattice Semiconductor's low-cost, 90 nm FPGA family, the LatticeECP2, delivers some features typically exclusive to highend FPGAs at costs around $0.50 per 1K LUT in volume. The new Lattice chips contain built-in non-volatile encryption security, a flexible and easy-to-use DDR memory interface, supporting 400 Mbps DDR1/2 memories, and advanced DSP blocks. Attend this webcast and learn how to design with the latest low-cost FPGA solution, the LatticeECP2.

To view the webcast, point your browser to the Web Seminars archive at

Freescale Technology Forum July 24-27, 2006, Orlando, FL
A developer conference for the embedded semiconductor industry, the Freescale Technology Forum (FTF) attracts Freescale experts, partners, executives, journalists and industry opinion leaders to share their expertise and explore innovations in embedded design.

To find out more about this event, visit:

For your next vehicle, which entertainment /navigational electronics is the "must have" item at the top of your list:

  • MP3 player integrated into the radio
  • GPS navigation system
  • Other
  • I don't want any of these in my next vehicle
  • Satellite radio
  • Rear seat video player

To vote, go to

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UPM Raflatac,
a leading RFID tag and inlay manufacturer has announced the launch of a new campaign website designed to provide the retail and fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) industries with detailed information about EPC Gen2 RFID technology. The website features a wealth of information about the Rafsec Gen2 tags and inlays by UPM Raflatac. The tags and inlays offer unique broadband capabilities that enable end-users to reach and sustain consistently high levels of performance in all UHF frequency regions around the world with the same tag, regardless of the local frequency regulations. Another feature of the site is the RFID Hall of Fame, a collection of real world case studies about the company and its RFID end-users.

Company: EEPN

Product URL: Click here for more information

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