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Product category: Intellectual Property Cores
News Release from: Actel Europe | Subject: CorePWM
Edited by the Electronicstalk Editorial Team on 21 March 2006

IP block puts PWM controller on FPGA

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A flexible low-cost pulsewidth modulation intellectual property building block for digital-to-analogue conversion is optimised for Actel's nonvolatile FPGAs.

New from Actel, CorePWM is a flexible low-cost pulsewidth modulation (PWM) intellectual property (IP) building block for digital-to-analogue conversion, optimised for the company's nonvolatile FPGAs When implemented in an Actel Fusion programmable system chip (PSC), CorePWM enables the design of a single-chip, closed-loop control system, helping to minimise components and maximise flexibility