The Fusion mixed signal FPGA answers system architects' need for a tool that streamlines design and frees their imagination. Fusion incorporates mixed signal analog, flash memory, and FPGA fabric in a monolithic device as the first mixed signal programmable logic family in the world. Fusion technology enables designers to produce feature-rich systems quickly from concept to finished design. To fulfill the rigorous needs of mixed signal system design, this new technology makes use of the special features of Microsemi flash-based FPGAs, such as a high-isolation, triple-well process and the capacity to support high-voltage transistors.
Power management, intelligent battery charging, clock generation and management, motor control, and other fields can all benefit from programmable logic thanks to Fusion mixed signal FPGAs. To date, only expensive and oversized discrete analog components or mixed signal ASIC solutions have been used to execute these applications. Fusion mixed signal FPGAs give designers the ability to incorporate a variety of functionality into a single device while also providing the flexibility of upgrades late in the manufacturing process or after the device is in use, which opens up new possibilities for system development.
An excellent substitute for expensive and time-consuming mixed signal ASIC designs is fusion technology. In addition, Fusion technology stands as the undisputed mixed signal FPGA platform when coupled with the ARM Cortex-M1 processor.