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FPGA suits battery-operated handheld apps

Posted: 18 Jan 2010 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:FPGA? handheld device? processor?

SiliconBlue Technologies Corp. has released a new FPGA device targeted at battery-operated handheld products.

The iCE65L01, part of the company's iCE65 mobileFPGA family, features 1,280 logic cells and up to 93 user I/O pins. The device supports functions critical to products like smartbooks and e-book readers, such as intelligent battery-life management and interrupt offload (to keep the application processor in a low-power mode as long as possible).

The iCE65L01 mobileFPGA is available now in three packages: VQ100, CB132 and QN84. Unit price for the iCE65L01 in the QN84 package is 99 cents for 1 million units in annual volume production consumption, the company said. Engineering samples and software support are available now, the company said.

- Programmable Logic DesignLine

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