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Lattice Semi in 2011 - The Lowest Power FPGAs (LA76814K)

2014-11-08 22:45  
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MachOX2 Pico Kit This article describes the Lattice Semi in 2011 - The Lowest Power FPGAs (LA76814K). The principle is very simple, very practical. The circuit components can help you understand better grasp this principle. For example, in this circuit, you can go to find and buy these components: LA76814K.

EEWeb met with Lattice Semiconductor and found out what to expect this next year. We had a nice visit with Gordon Hands Director of Marketing and Ted Marena Director of Business Development.

MachXO2 answer to the Low DensityPLDMarket

The approach with the MachOX2 is to provide aPLDwith features targetting the typical user and providing moreLUTs for the same price point as other competitors. The MachOX2 is a flash based system for instant on programing. The device has a very low power consumption making them a great fit for mobile applications. The device amazingly only consumes 19uW when in standby.

The LatticeECP3 Family

The ECP3 family of devices is targetting the mid rangeFPGAmarket. This device appears to be targetting the the typical user again as well to give them a nice price point in the market. Power consumption seems to be a big advantage with this device:

Lowest PowerFPGAwithSERDESLess than 110mW perSERDESchannel @3.2 Gbps80% lower standard power than competition50% total lower power than competition
Development Boards

Lattice has a number of new development boards.Two boards worth mentioning are the MachXO2PICOSOCKit and the ECP3HDRCamera Board. The MachXO2 kit has some capacitve sensor switches and some power monitoring features. TheECPCamera Board Kit has an imager andHDMIconnectors. Check it out on their website.

 


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