Linear Power Solutions for FPGAs

Modern FPGA devices are quite complex machines. They include support for several type of I/Os at different voltages (LVCMOS, LVDS, SSTL, etc). Also, the FPGA core usually works at low voltages of around 1.0V, but at quite high currents of several amperes. Additionally, power sequencing requirements must be met. As a result, the power block … Continue reading Linear Power Solutions for FPGAs

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