New CPLDs Standby With Very Little Power

March 1, 2000

Added features and functionality plus standby power levels 1/1000th that of competitive devices are promised to users of a new family of CPLDs. Combining Fast Zero Power (FZP) technology with ultra low standby power (The new CPLDs' macrocells consist of interconnected logic blocks, with each block having a 36 x 48 PLA. This allows any product term to be available to any of the block's macrocells. The XPLA3s also offer IEEE 1149.1 JTAG functionality and 5V-tolerant and PCI-compatible I/Os. They are available with 32 to 384 macrocells housed in small form-factor QFP and chip-scale packages. High volume unit prices range from $1.65 to $11.40.

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