Microsemi Fusion

Updated: Dec 30, 2013
Access and use Microsemi Fusion Mixed-Signal Flash FPGA devices in your designs. The Microsemi Fusion Programmable System Chip (PSC) is a mixed-signal FPGA, integrating configurable analog, large Flash memory blocks, comprehensive clock generation and management circuitry, and high performance programmable logic in a monolithic device to provide the ideal platform for high performance applications. Specific device support and detailed information thereof, can be accessed from the Browse Physical Devices dialog, accessed from the Tools menu in the Devices view (View»Devices View).

Microsemi IGLOO

Updated: Dec 30, 2013
Access and use Microsemi IGLOO Low Power Flash FPGA devices in your designs. The IGLOO family of Flash FPGAs is designed to meet the requirements of today's portable electronics. With the Cortex-M1 soft core, M1 IGLOO devices offer the benefits of programmability. The IGLOO family is based on nonvolatile Flash technology and support between 15K to 3M gates and up to 620 high performance I/Os. Specific device support and detailed information thereof, can be accessed from the Browse Physical Devices dialog, accessed from the Tools menu in the Devices view (View»Devices View).

Microsemi IGLOO PLUS

Updated: Dec 30, 2013
Access and use Microsemi IGLOO PLUS Low Power Flash FPGA devices in your designs. The IGLOO PLUS family of Flash FPGAs is designed to meet the requirements of today's portable electronics. The IGLOO PLUS family is based on non-volatile Flash technology and support between 30K to 125K gates and up to 212 high performance I/Os supporting independent Schmitt trigger inputs and hot-swapping. Specific device support and detailed information thereof, can be accessed from the Browse Physical Devices dialog, accessed from the Tools menu in the Devices view (View»Devices View).

Microsemi IGLOOe

Updated: Dec 30, 2013
Access and use Microsemi IGLOOe Low Power Flash FPGA devices in your designs. The IGLOOe family of Flash FPGAs is designed to meet the requirements of today's portable electronics. With the Cortex-M1 soft core, M1 IGLOOe devices offer the benefits of programmability. The IGLOOe family is based on nonvolatile Flash technology and support up to 3M gates and up to 620 high performance I/Os. Specific device support and detailed information thereof, can be accessed from the Browse Physical Devices dialog, accessed from the Tools menu in the Devices view (View»Devices View).

Microsemi IGLOOnano

Updated: Dec 30, 2013
Access and use Microsemi IGLOOnano Low Power Flash FPGA devices in your designs. The IGLOO nano family of Flash FPGAs offer groundbreaking possibilities in power, size and operating temperature. The IGLOO nano family is based on non-volatile Flash technology and support between 10K to 250K gates and up to 77 high performance I/Os in small footprint packages between 3x3mm to 14x17mm. Specific device support and detailed information thereof, can be accessed from the Browse Physical Devices dialog, accessed from the Tools menu in the Devices view (View»Devices View).

Microsemi ProASIC3

Updated: Dec 30, 2013
Access and use Microsemi ProASIC3 Flash FPGA devices in your designs. The ProASIC3 family of Flash FPGAs offer a breakthrough in price, performance, density, and features for today's most demanding applications. With the Cortex-M1 (ARM) and CoreMP7 (ARM7) soft processor IP cores, M1 and M7 ProASIC3 devices offer the benefits of programmability and time-to-market at an ASIC-level unit cost. The ProASIC3 family is based on nonvolatile Flash technology and support between 15K to 1M gates and up to 300 high performance I/Os. Specific device support and detailed information thereof, can be accessed from the Browse Physical Devices dialog, accessed from the Tools menu in the Devices view (View»Devices View).

Microsemi ProASIC3E

Updated: Dec 30, 2013
Access and use Microsemi ProASIC3E Flash FPGA devices in your designs. The ProASIC3E family of Flash FPGAs offer a breakthrough in price, performance, density, and features for today's most demanding applications. With the Cortex-M1 (ARM) and CoreMP7 (ARM7) soft processor IP cores, M1 and M7 ProASIC3E devices offer the benefits of programmability and time-to-market at an ASIC-level unit cost. The ProASIC3E family is based on nonvolatile Flash technology and support between 600K to 3M gates and up to 620 high performance I/Os. Specific device support and detailed information thereof, can be accessed from the Browse Physical Devices dialog, accessed from the Tools menu in the Devices view (View»Devices View).
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