Low-cost FPGA/CLPD-to-ASIC conversions

Lipman, Jim; Granville, Fran
October 1996
EDN;10/10/96, Vol. 41 Issue 21, p18
Trade Publication
Introduces Microchip Technology Inc.'s offering of the QuickASIC gate-array series for pin-to-pin replacement of many popular field programmable gate arrays and programmable logic devices. Features of the product; Product applications; Capabilities of the products.


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