programmable device

programmable device

[prō′gram·ə·bəl di′vīs]
(computer science)
Any device whose operation is controlled by a stored program that can be changed or replaced.
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21, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Golgi today announced the launch of its Programmable Device Cloud Platform.
com)-- Ibys Technologies, a Spanish independent provider of End-to-end "Quality of Service" (QoS) Testing, Performance and Monitoring Solutions, announces the launch of the new version of its solution "Xplorer QoS Programmable Device.
For short-term therapy, disposable infusion devices are more cost-effective, whereas in situations in which long-term infusions are needed, purchasing a programmable device will result in cost savings.
This programmable device can be tuned according to voltage, current, rate of voltage increase and rate of current increase.
It allows easy design specification with the ABEL language, as well as design input from JEDEC format to accommodate existing designs from numerous programmable device vendors.
The comprehensive design kits include Jazz-supported Eldo(R) simulation models, Calibre(R) DRC(TM), Calibre LVS and Calibre xRC(R)(TM) technology files, schematic symbols for Design Architect(R)-IC, programmable device generators to enable schematic-driven layout with IC Station(R), process definition files, and all other configuration files necessary to effectively utilize Mentor's AMS design flow.
Contract notice: 16-107/2015 Programmable devices with processor for Mines, REK Bitola.
SiliconBlue develops leading-edge programmable devices that will revolutionize the design of electronics that require low-power solutions," said Kapil Shankar, CEO of SiliconBlue.
NASDAQ: XLNX) devoted to inspiring and empowering users of programmable devices and sharing of insights derived from their growing set of applications.
The Wooo systems include Cypress's 4-PLL (phase-locked loop) programmable devices (CY22391).
In SE001, "OrCAD Introduces a Complete PLD Design Solution for Programmable Devices," moved Feb.

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