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Anadigm ( which calls itself "the programmable analog company," is lowering the price of its full-featured field-programmable analog array (FPAA) development kit, including development license, to $199—$300 off the standard price. Anadigm hopes the new price will allow designers to try FPAAs in their applications and move directly to production without paying any additional licensing fees.


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Anadigm FPAAs are used in a wide range of applications to replace discrete components and ASICs in real-world interfaces, where the devices reduce the duration of design cycles and bring analog functions under digital control. Dynamically reconfigurable FPAAs allow on-the-fly real-time control of analog functions by the microprocessor in an embedded system, enabling new features such as autoranging and autocalibration, and also allowing functionality change to support multiple operating modes.

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