Programmable analog array
Chandler, Ariz. - Anadigm recently introduced the AN10E40, a breadboard approach to field-programmable analog array design. Using a GUI, users select and interconnect up to 20 cells populated with library selected functions to create a complex analog system on a chip for multi-channel signal conditioning and/or complete signal-processing applications. A programmable internal voltage reference and four programmable clocks are available to any cell in the array. At the periphery are 13 pre-configured I/O buffer cells. Anadigm spokespersons claim the ability to implement, simulate, evaluate, and modify analog functions significantly reduce analog system design time.