B1: Jon Ewald
As reduced military budgets drive the trend towards COT, designs that
could previously only be addressed with higher-cost, ceramic-packaged FPGAs can
now be implemented with lower-cost, plastic-packaged parts. Members of QuickLogic's pASIC 1 and pASIC 3 families of plastic-packaged 5.0 or 3.3 volt devices, have been qualified and tested to operate over the industry standard military temperature range of -55° C to +125° C and offer users the same performance, security and reliability as ceramic-packaged military components. Featuring standby current consumption as low as 500uA resulting in standby power consumption of just 1.65mW, the plastic-packaged devices operate reliably at the extreme 125° C hot temperature specified for the industry-standard military-temperature range.
Last Revised: February 03, 2010
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