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Design @ MachXO2 Speed

Just about every design needs one – that magic, do-anything part that can connect nearly any two things together and can aggregate all those messy, left-over functions on our board. Today’s low density PLDs have remarkable capabilities at a tiny cost and power budget. In this episode of Chalk Talk HD, Amelia Dalton chats with Steve Hossner (Lattice Semiconductor) about the amazing capabilities of Lattice’s latest low density PLD line, the MachXO2.  


Learn to Design at MachXO2 Speed!

The MachXO2 family of programmable logic devices is optimized for low density applications, with an unprecedented mix of low cost, low power and high system integration. Now, with 10 new reference and demo designs, you can complete your design faster than ever.

Click the link below to check out online training videos for the MachXO2 family and to get more information on how you can receive a discounted MachXO2 Pico Development Kit.

Click the link below to sign up for a free MachXO2 live seminar.

The MachXO2 family is a part of Lattice’s low density CPLD offering that includes iCE and Mach4000ZE families. The iCE family of products are ideal for applications that require low cost and low power solutions. Click the button below for more information.

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