AMI debuts new masked programmable technology

December 1996
Electronic News;12/02/96, Vol. 42 Issue 2145, p18
Trade Publication
Reports on the launching of American Microsystems Inc.'s (AMI) 3XX family of masked programmable system devices (MPSDs), field-programmable devices targeted at cellular phones, modems and security systems. 3XX family's ability to combine the abilities of a programmable logic device, an electric programmable read only memory and an SRAM to compliment microcontrollers.


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