The circuit

Morrison, Gale; Brown, Peter; McGrath, Dylan
July 1998
Electronic News;07/06/98, Vol. 44 Issue 2226, p28
Trade Publication
Reports that Clear Logic has added a device, called the CL8636, to its CL8000 family of laser-configured application specific integrated circuits (LASICs). Features; Capabilities; Applications.


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