Fast FPGA Family Has Hot-Swapping I/Os

Nov. 1, 1999
With its circuits traced using a 0.25-µm CMOS process to create a fine-grained antifuse architecture, the SX-A family of field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) claims to be the fastest and largest such devices available today. With all nodes

With its circuits traced using a 0.25-µm CMOS process to create a fine-grained antifuse architecture, the SX-A family of field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) claims to be the fastest and largest such devices available today. With all nodes toggling, the FPGAs run at 200-MHz while dissipating

Company: ACTEL CORP.

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