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Product category: Programmable Logic Devices
News Release from: Actel Europe | Subject: Radiation-tolerant FPGAs
Edited by the Electronicstalk Editorial Team on 13 September 2002

Antifuse structure for
radiation-tolerant FPGAs

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Actel has unveiled plans to leverage its recently introduced high-performance antifuse-based AX architecture for its next-generation of radiation-tolerant FPGAs.

Actel has unveiled plans to leverage its recently introduced high-performance antifuse-based AX architecture for its next-generation of radiation-tolerant FPGAs Optimised for the space market, the high-density, high-performance FPGAs will offer key features, such as hardened latches that offer practical single-event upset (SEU) immunity and, for the first time, usable error-corrected onboard RAM memory