Lattice announces its smallest FPGA for miniature systems - Embedded.com

Lattice announces its smallest FPGA for miniature systems

The new iCE40 LP384 FPGA is the smallest member of Lattice Semiconductor Corporation's iCE40 family of ultra-low density FPGAs. The tiny, low-power, low cost iCE40 LP384 FPGA has a capacity of 384 LUTs; consumes 25- Microwatts static core power; comes in packages as small as 2.5 mm x 2.5 mm with a migration path to 2.0 mm x 2.0 mm; and costs less than 50 cents per unit in multi- million unit quantities.

The iCE40 LP384 FPGA includes the programmable logic, flexible IO, and on-chip memory necessary to process data at speeds greater than ASSPs or companion microprocessors while simultaneously reducing power consumption for an equivalent cost. Lattice also provides reference designs and application notes to accelerate development and reduce time-to-market by several months.

Lattice iCE40 development kits minimize the time and cost of starting designs. These platforms simplify the evaluation of device performance and the development of custom designs. Free reference designs are also available.

The iCE40 LP384 devices are available in sample quantities for customers beginning design evaluation. Present packaging options include: 32-pin QFNs (5.0 mm x 5.0 mm); 36-ball ucBGAs (2.5 mm x 2.5 mm); and 49-pin ucBGAs (3.0 mm x 3.0 mm).

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