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Accelerating Space Development with Low Power, Radiation-Tolerant FPGAs and GRLIB

Accelerating Space Development with Low Power, Radiation-Tolerant FPGAs and GRLIB

Posted 06/09/2022 by Guest blog: Adam Taylor CEng FIET Embedded Systems Consultant

The importance and adoption of FPGA technologies are growing exponentially in space applications thanks to their on-orbit reconfigurability, responsiveness, and flexibility. This is especially true for the latest space application development aimed at Low Earth Orbit (LEO). Operators in LEO typically deploy fleets of satellites to perform applications from ship and asset tracking to weather, environment, and ecosystem monitoring. However, developing applications for space brings challenges ...

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Secure, Synchronized, Low Power ORAN Deployment is Reshaping the 5G Paradigm

Secure, Synchronized, Low Power ORAN Deployment is Reshaping the 5G Paradigm

Posted 05/31/2022 by Mamta Gupta

At two of the most important connectivity conferences in the world this year, Mobile World Congress 2022 and ETSI (the European Telecommunications Standards Institute) Cyber Security Standards Conference, one topic was top-of-mind for everyone in attendance: open radio access networks, or ORAN. Projected to become a $22 billion market by 2028, this year is an inflection point for the industry, with outlets like Forbes citing 2022 as the decision-making year for ORAN capabilities in the marketpla...

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Addressing Design Complexity in System Control Architecture

Addressing Design Complexity in System Control Architecture

Posted 05/31/2022 by Peiju Chiang

The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted industries and economies across the globe, pushing a large portion of formerly office-based workforces into remote-work setups. A large segment of the workforce becoming decentralized put immense pressure on servers, datacenters, networks, and communication systems, at large. In America, for example, 71% of workers doing their jobs from home all or most of the time put a strain on connectivity and created a more reliance on services in the cloud, as well as 5G and...

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Lattice FPGAs Power Award-winning Hyperloop Design

Posted 09/30/2021 by David Thomas

Lattice low power FPGA technology helped the Swissloop design team engineer an award-winning hyperloop pod.

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Lattice Helps Keep Defense Systems Smart, Connected, and Protected

Lattice Helps Keep Defense Systems Smart, Connected, and Protected

Posted 10/23/2020 by Luke Miller

Lattice offers a range of low power, highly reliable FPGAs and solutions stacks for the global defense market.

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Bob O’Donnell: Different Types of FPGAs

Different Types of FPGAs

Posted 02/26/2020 by Bob O’Donnell

Not all FPGAs are the same. Some FPGAs feature lightweight, low-power designs and can draw as little as one milliwatt (1/1000th of a watt).

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An FPGA Primer, Bob O'Donnell

An FPGA Primer

Posted 01/10/2020 by Bob O’Donnell

One of the truisms of modern business is that as industries mature, they tend to specialize. Customer demands typically become more sophisticated over time and that leads to products optimized to meet those specific needs.

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Lattice Nexus Platform

Introducing the Lattice Nexus Platform

Posted 12/10/2019 by Gordon Hands

As the leader in low power programmability, Lattice has set the standard for what low power, small form factor FPGAs can do in terms of performance and power consumption. We earned and maintained that position through a culture committed to customer support and consultation. For example, before we began active development of the Lattice Nexus platform, we met over 100 different customer design teams to get their input on the

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Not Your Father’s FPGA

Not Your Father’s FPGA

Posted 11/21/2017 by Doug Hunter

I keep running into engineers who say “we can’t use FPGAs because they are too big, power hungry, and expensive!” While that’s true for many FPGAs, there are some FPGAs which defy the size, power, and cost stereotype. Thanks to these pioneers, FPGAs are no longer limited to network centers and are now becoming pervasive in edge devices you interact with daily.

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