FPGA Webcasts

Display System Embedded Design with Instant-On FPGAs

Webcast Vendor: 
Lattice

Embedded electronics system development teams increasingly are
confronted with the challenge of easily designing instant-on display

FPGA Design Efficiency with Synthesis for ispLEVER

Webcast Vendor: 
Lattice

This webcast will cover the following areas:

FPGA On-Chip Debug Introduction

Webcast Vendor: 
Lattice

FPGA designers have long faced the task of verifying functional
correctness of their designs. The new Reveal software included in the

Cut Power 100X Using CPLD Coprocessors in Portable Applications

Webcast Vendor: 
Altera

See how designers of low-power, portable electronic products can cut their design’s power consumption by 100X with the new “zero-power” MAX IIZ CPLDs.

Dynamically Reconfigure Transceivers for Multiple Data Rates and Protocols in FPGAs

Webcast Vendor: 
Altera

The rapid adoption of high-speed serial interconnect in recent years
has posed new challenges to engineers. The data rates of serial

Reduce Power Consumption & Thermal Dissipation Using New Low-Cost FPGAs

Webcast Vendor: 
Altera

Today’s systems demand more performance and higher integration, yet often have fixed power budgets inherited from legacy systems.

The Next Industrial Revolution: Low-Cost Cyclone III FPGAs

Webcast Vendor: 
Altera

Find out how Altera's low-cost FPGAs can provide solutions for your industrial applications such as graphics control, industrial Ethernet, and embedded processing.

Meet Your FPGA Design Requirements with Maximum Productivity

Webcast Vendor: 
Altera

Not having an optimal CAD tool that automatically exploits every feature available in high-end devices results in decreased performance and increased power consumption in FPGAs.

Learn How FPGAs Interface with DDR3 SDRAM

Webcast Vendor: 
Altera

Stratix III I/Os deliver the features required for the latest generation of double data rate memories. These features include:

Actel & Avnet Presents - "FPGAs Do it All"

Webcast Vendor: 
Actel

Field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) work across the spectrum of electronic-system design, from basic glue logic at the lower densities, to high-complexity, ASIC-type devices at the high-density end

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