From: "Dave Moore"
Subject: Re: Analog PAL's ? programmable analog IC's ?
Date: Tue, 19 Nov 2002 02:31:23 -0600
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I did a brief search for such about a year ago and came up empty.
I guess I must have entered the wrong key words because this time
I found plenty using the key FPAA.
Yes, apparently Anadigm (formerly Anadyne) is
a spin off from Motorola. As far a I can tell Motorola has pulled
out of that market.
So far it looks as though Zetex may
have the closest thing to what I'm looking for.
Not quite sure yet. I will have to scrutinize all of the data I have
collected tomorrow as I'm a bit groggy from a day of searching.
Apparently Lattice, Anadigm and Zetex are the three major players
unless anyone knows of any more ?
"Spehro Pefhany" wrote in message
> >On Tue, 19 Nov 2002 00:59:23 -0600, the renowned "Dave Moore"
> > wrote:
> >>I'm looking to hide some circuitry.
> >>Anyone heard tell of any programmable analog IC's
> >>with analog building blocks on board?
> >Yes, there are. Try Lattice.
> Oops, sent before it should.. also http://www.anadigm.com , there may
> be others.
> You may be able to use the limited analog functions (comparators,
> sometimes op-amps, ADC->whatever->PWM or DAC) in some microcontrollers
> more economically than one of the aforementioned parts.
> Best regards,
> Spehro Pefhany
> "it's the network..." "The Journey is the reward"
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