Reducing Cost and Power in Consumer Applications Using PLDs

September 14, 2011 // By Lattice Semiconductor
The need to respond to changing market standards in a compressed time to market window has led to the widespread use of programmable logic devices (PLDs) in a broad range of consumer applications. While development of application specific integrated circuits (ASICs) and application specific standard parts (ASSPs) requires high non-recurring engineering charges, PLDs are standard off-the-shelf parts that can be customized for different applications using flexible software tools. Read this paper to learn more.
Lattice Semiconductor, PLD, Low power, Consumer Applications