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2008-10-28 Implementing an LED (RGB) Controller on an IGLOO FPGA
The main objective of this design is to mix colors using the PWM method with RGB LEDs.
2008-10-31 Implementing a White LED (WLED) Controller on an IGLOO FPGA
The main objective of this design is to control the intensity/brightness of white LEDs by varying the duty cycle on the PWM control input of the WLED driver chip.
2008-10-30 Implementing a Tone Generator on an IGLOO FPGA
The main objective of this design is to generate tones of desired frequency, duty cycle, and duration. The control inputs are available through hardware signals or through a serial interface.
2008-10-29 Implementing a Stepper Motor Controller on an IGLOO FPGA
The main objective of the design is to commutate a stepper motor. The control inputs are available through hardware (I/Os) or a two-wire serial interface.
2008-10-16 Implementing a Keypad Controller on an IGLOO FPGA
The main objective of this design is to detect a key pressed event. A standard 6-rows-by-3-columns scan keypad logic has been designed and implemented.
2008-10-01 Implementing a brushless DC motor controller on an IGLOO FPGA
The main objective of the design is to commutate a three-phase BLDC motor which has Hall sensor feedback
2009-02-20 Actel's Igloo nano starter kits now available
Actel Corp. has introduced its new low-cost starter kits for their low-power Igloo nano FPGAs. Available for $49.95, the nano kits are expected to accelerate industrywide adoption of Actel's nano FPGAs.
2007-09-19 Actel tips soft ARM processor on Igloo FPGA
Actel Corp. has said it is offering the Cortex-M1 processor core from ARM Holdings plc on its Igloo range of FPGAs.
2006-10-11 UMC, Actel partner on 'lowest' power FPGA
Actel and UMC have teamed up to produce Actel IGLOO family, touted as the industry's 'lowest' power FPGAs.
2006-08-30 FPGA addresses low-power requirements of mobile market
Actel rolled out a new family of FPGAs that is touted to be the industry's lowest-power FPGAs in the market.
2007-02-20 Actel to showcase advanced solutions at IIC-China
Actel Corp. will showcase its latest technology offerings at the International IC-China Conference & Exhibition in Shenzhen and Shanghai this March, turning on the spotlight on its IGLOO family.
2008-12-11 Software tool provides design support for FPGAs
Actel Corp. has announced the availability of Libero Integrated Design Environment (IDE) ver 8.5. This suite of software design tools extends support for the recently announced nano versions of Actel's IGLOO and ProASIC3 FPGAs.
2008-03-24 FPGAs showcase highest I/O density for programmable devices
A family of 5?W I/O-optimized FPGAs has been launched by Actel Corp. for power-conscious designs. Actel claims that the Igloo Plus family of FPGAs has the industry's best power-, area-, logic-, and feature-per-I/O ratios in programmable devices.
2007-11-16 FPGA is smaller than a kernel of corn
Actel is now offering the low-power 5?W IGLOO FPGAs in a 4mm x 4mm package with a 0.4mm ball pitch, which they claim is the smallest package for any PLD on the market.
2008-11-03 Actel boasts compact, low-cost FPGAs
Actel has introduced nano versions of its IGLOO and ProASIC 3 FPGAs that will benefit high-volume, portable consumer markets.
2007-11-01 Wireless networks pave way for e-health era
Today's services controlled by physicians and hospitals will give way to a new model in which consumers directly access devices and services on the Internet or their emerging home and personal area networks.
2010-07-30 Programmer eases FPGA, embedded software design
Actel's FlashPro4 Programmer supports hardware design for Actel flash FPGAs and embedded software design and debug for embedded processor designs.
2008-07-11 Processor includes software driver, RTOS support for FPGAS
Actel Corp. has broadened its support for industry-standard processors to help embedded designers to add easily MCU functionality to its low-power FPGAs.
2008-10-17 Power-Up/-Down Behavior of Low-Power Flash Devices
Actel's low-power flash devices are flash-based FPGAs manufactured on a 0.13?m process node.
2012-06-08 Microsemi refutes security flaw claims
Cambridge researchers claim that all Actel/Microsemi 3rd generation Flash FPGAs/SOCs have two official security keys and an undocumented backdoor key that allows access to undocumented security features.
2008-02-21 MCUs, FPGAs share limelight at IIC-China 2008
The 13th International IC-China Conference and Exhibition, kicking off Feb. 28 at the Chengdu New International Exhibition and Convention Center, will train the spotlight on the latest MCU and FPGA products from top-tier companies.
2008-08-07 Libero IDE loads new power reduction options
Actel Corp. has introduced new power reduction and design creation enhancements to their Libero Integrated Development Environment (IDE).
2011-12-01 Incorporating M2M into smartphones
Read about leveraging the latest smartphone technology into a commodity M2M engine.
2007-12-20 Icicle kit underscores low-power FPGA for portables
In order to highlight the advantages of their low-power FPGA for portable solutions, Actel has announced their new Icicle Kit.
2007-02-08 Free controller cores roll for Actel FPGAs
Actel has introduced two free controller cores that complement its existing library of industry-standard options and are optimized for Actel FPGAs.
2010-09-15 FPGAs with cryptographic cores offer DPA resistance
Actel Corp. just announced that several of its FPGAs are now usable with cryptographic cores offering differential power analysis (DPA) resistance.
2007-06-20 FPGA design kit achieves higher abstraction levels
Actel Corp. is rolling out SmartDesign, a graphical design entry capability that promises to bring FPGA design to a higher level of abstraction.
2015-02-04 Flash FPGAs offer designers enhanced flexibility
Flash-based FPGAs offer a wide range of features that allow designers to craft highly-integrated system solutions that deliver several advantages.
2011-01-31 Compiler enables higher productivity for development of DSP algorithms
Synopsys Synphony Model Compiler offers higher productivity for Microsemi customers developing DSP algorithms, offering a more automated implementation and verification flow for engineers using MATLAB/Simulink.
2014-12-01 Best tech devices at Electronica 2014
The Internet of Things may have been a constant refrain, bringing together sensors, wireless, and microcontrollers, but so was automotive with exactly the same combination.
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