At this year's event new products including RTAX-DSP FPGAs will be presented and Actel's next-generation reprogrammable flash FPGAs designed for space will be previewed. In addition, Actel will also discuss the latest information on reliability and qualification of RTAX-S/SL and RT ProASIC®3 FPGAs. Actel's RT ProASIC3 FPGAs are the first devices to offer designers of space-flight hardware a radiation-tolerant, reprogrammable, nonvolatile logic integration vehicle. Actel's RTAX-DSP FPGAs provide a flexible alternative to ASICs for the integration of complex DSP functions. Further, its nonvolatile, radiation-tolerant (RT) programming technology has no requirement for external code-storage devices and requires no mitigation of upsets in its configuration memory, unlike SRAM-based FPGAs. Both device families offer designers of space applications superior advantages due to their high reliability and radiation tolerance.
Actel Presentation at SPWG
Presenter: Minal Sawant, Product Marketing Manager, High Reliability Product Marketing
When: May 5, 2010 at 10:20 a.m. PT
Where: Doubletree Hotel Torrance/South Bay, Torrance, Calif.
For more information: http://www.aero.org/conferences/spwg/
Actel in Space
Actel's radiation-tolerant, system critical FPGAs are the preferred logic integration devices for space-flight applications. As the leading supplier of system critical FPGAs for over 17 years, Actel offers space-flight FPGAs that are the defacto choice for the satellite and spacecraft markets, and claims a proven heritage of providing the most reliable devices in the industry.
Actel is the leader in low power FPGAs and mixed signal FPGAs, offering the most comprehensive portfolio of system and power management solutions. Power Matters. Learn more at www.actel.com.
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2010 Space Parts Working Group Conference
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