fixed logic

fixed logic

[¦fikst ′läj·ik]
(computer science)
Circuit logic of computers or peripheral devices that cannot be changed by external controls; connections must be physically broken to arrange the logic.
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Politics trumped the fixed logic of geography and a centuries-old military assessment of the subcontinent.
Compared to fixed logic implementations, FPGA-based products offer superior design flexibility," said Arun Iyengar, senior director of Altera's wireless business unit.
The up-front work of designing and verifying fixed logic devices involves substantial "non-recurring engineering" costs, according to David Gamba, Senior Marketing Manager for the Strategic Solutions Marketing Group at Xilinx.
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QuickLogic's CSSP approach blends fixed logic blocks with an array of low-power customizable building blocks (CBBs) for implementing additional standards-based or custom functions.
FPSLIC differs from high density FPGAs by implementing the processor, memory and peripherals as hardwired fixed logic (ASIC gates), while the FPGA portion enables customization and provides the flexibility benefits associated with programmable logic.
Using programmable logic instead of fixed logic technology has enabled Nuron to bring their first product to market earlier and to create a product that takes the obsolescence out of processing.