Mixed-signal FPGA removes designers'
The Actel Fusion programmable system chip is billed as the world's first mixed-signal FPGA family.
Satisfying a strong demand from system architects for a device that simplifies design and unleashes their creativity, the Actel Fusion programmable system chip (PSC) is billed as the world's first mixed-signal FPGA family By integrating mixed-signal analogue, Flash memory and FPGA fabric in a monolithic PSC, the Actel Fusion devices enable designers to quickly move from concept to completed design and deliver feature-rich systems to market
The Actel Fusion PSCs bring the benefits of programmable logic to application areas, including: power management, smart battery charging, clock generation and management and motor control, that until now have only been served by either costly and space-consuming discrete analogue components or mixed-signal ASIC solutions.
The Actel Fusion PSCs present new capabilities for system development by allowing designers to integrate a wide range of functionality into a single device while at the same time offering the flexi