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What is programmable hardware?
Programmable hardware generally refers to chip- or platform-level hardware comprising programmable logic blocks, arranged in one of three main types of architecture: programmable logic device (PLD), complex PLD (CPLD) and field programmable gate array (FPGA). Other devices that are programmable include microcontrollers and digital signal processors (DSPs) that may be used to implement systems with varying degrees of functional programmability.
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2006-02-16 Writing drivers for touchscreen interface hardware
Here's a step-by-step design guide that leads you through the hardware and software required to make touchscreens work the first time.
2004-05-26 WLAN hardware revenue to grow by 2 percent
Worldwide WLAN hardware revenue hit $696.4 million during the first quarter of this year, up by 2 percent from the previous quarter, and is expected to grow by 2 percent to $713.6 million in the first quarter of 2005, according to Infonetics Research.
2003-08-26 WLAN hardware revenue hits $608M in Q2 '03
Worldwide WLAN hardware revenue topped $608M in Q2 2003, and is projected to grow to $3.2B in CY06, up about 100 percent from $1.6B in CY02, according to Infonetics Research.
2015-11-23 What makes hardware emulation so compelling
Here is a quick assessment of the evolution of hardware emulators over the past two decades, comparing where things stood in the 90s to where they are today.
2013-04-26 Wanted: Business model for open-source hardware
There is a lack of clear business model and dependence in developing open-source hardware and in some cases, on the donation of engineers' time by commercial organizations.
2009-02-06 Virtex-5 Embedded Tri-Mode Ethernet MAC hardware demonstration platform
This application note describes a system using the Virtex-5 Embedded Tri-Mode Ethernet MAC wrapper core on a Xilinx Virtex-5 ML505 or ML507development board.
2001-07-03 Using The Internet To Repair Hardware In The Field
This paper describes how reconfigurable systems comprised of IEEE Std1532-compliant devices can be tested and repaired via the Internet (or any network).
2008-10-31 Using C and a hardware module to interface Texas Instruments' MSP430XXXX MCUs with SPI serial EEPROMs
The 25XXX series serial EEPROMs from Microchip Technology support a half-duplex SPI protocol.
2008-06-12 Using ASM and a hardware module to interface 8051 MCUs with I?C serial EEPROMs
This application note is part of a series that provide source code to help the user implement the protocol with minimal effort.
2008-06-25 Using a hardware module to interface 8051 MCUs with SPI serial EEPROMs
This application note is intended to serve as a reference for interfacing 8051-based MCUs using a hardware module with Microchip's 25XXX series serial EEPROM devices. The provided source code is written in assembly language.
2007-07-16 Use hardware-based acceleration wisely
Network interface architectures are containing more and more acceleration features. Some of these accelerations can be performed efficiently in software. In some circumstances, however, the use of complex acceleration features can harm performance, system integrity and security.
2005-12-06 USB box works as general-purpose hardware resource
Byte Paradigm's new GP-22050 BASE plug-and-play box can operate either as a bi-directional instrument or as a single-direction device. Each pin or signal can be individually defined as an input, an output or as a bi-directional line.
2004-06-17 Updating DP83815 Mac-PHYTER hardware designs to DP83816 MacPHYTER-II
This app note presents the DP83815 based design updated to DP83816.
2002-09-16 Unifying software, hardware design environment
Using a unified design environment can help resolve the simulation problems encountered when incorporating new design trends into existing ones.
2015-03-26 Understanding design compilation in hardware emulators
Design capacity in hardware emulators, also the compilation flow, is heavily dependent on the type of technology utilised in the verification engine.
2004-11-30 TV hardware design rules, PCB compatibility with ST92196/186
This app note discusses how to design a PCB between ST92E196 or ST92T196 (SDIP56 package) and ST92186 (SDIP42 and SDIP32 packages) microcontrollers.
2004-11-30 TV chassis hardware design rules for ST92X195 microcontrollers
This app note presents different rules required to obtain the optimum performance from any of the ST92x195 microcontroller devices when designing a TV chassis.
2004-12-01 TMS320VC5510 hardware designer's resource guide
This app note introduces a DSP hardware designers resource guide.
2010-03-26 TMS320TCI6487/88 hardware design guide
This application note describes hardware system design considerations for the TMS320TCI6487/88 device.
2010-02-11 TMS320C6474 hardware design guide
This application note describes hardware system design considerations for the TMS320C6474 device.
2004-06-16 TMS320C6410/C6413 DSP hardware design guide
The DSP Hardware Design Guide (DHDG) is a collection of the most commonly used technical documentation, models and FAQs for DSP hardware system designers.
2010-09-22 Third Fujitsu USB 3.0 compliant IC allows high-speed hardware encryption
Fujitsu launches the MB86E50 USB 3.0-SATA bridge IC.
2015-05-07 The MCU guy's guide to FPGAs: The hardware
Embedded design engineers usually come from MCU background, so they often have only a vague idea as to what an FPGA is. In this article, we'll consider the hardware aspects of the FPGA universe.
2004-01-06 Test your next hardware design - in a live network
With speed-matching software, designers can simplify the hardware emulation process, while also performing more realistic live test.
2003-06-19 Tensilica IDE eyes SoC hardware, software design
Tensilica has introduced the Xtensa Xplorer, which is claimed as the first IDE for SoC environments.
2002-07-30 Sun Micro to provide hardware, software to Telstra
Sun Microsystems Inc. has entered into a supply agreement with Telstra Corp. Ltd to supply hardware and software for Telstra's next-generation online services and data network.
2004-12-08 STR71x hardware development getting started
This app note provides an introduction to the STR71x product family.
2009-02-23 STMPE801 - Hardware interface guide
STMPE801 is an 8bit port expander that can be interfaced to the main digital ASIC or processor via the two-line bidirectional I?C bus. This application note explains the setup and hardware interfacing of STMPE801 to the main processor.
2009-02-20 STMPE2401 GPIO port expander hardware interface guide
STMPE2401 is the first in STMicroelectronics' family of I/O port expanders. This application note deals with the setup and hardware interfacing of STMicroelectronics' STMPE2401 to perform various functions and the different modes for reducing power consumption.
2002-01-14 STMicroelectronics hardware-software suite facilitates adoption of DTV system
The CTV100 hardware-software platform combines the STV2310 and STV3500 two-piece chipset and associated software, providing a low-cost solution for progressive scan TV manufacturers.
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