Field Programmable Analog Array (dpASP)
Field programmable analog arrays (FPAAs) give you an analog equivalent to the FPGA, allowing you to design complex analog signal and processing functions into an integrated, drift-free, pre-tested device.
dpASP (dynamically programmable Analog Signal Processors) provides real time dynamic re-configurability that allows the functionality of the dpASP’s to be reconfigured in-system by the designer or “on the fly” by a microcontroller/processor. A dpASP can be programmed to implement multiple analog functions and/or adapt on the fly to maintain precision operation required by applications that are in real time have changing requirements; such as applications that need true analog processing in signal conditioning, filtering, data acquisition, and closed-loop control.
The designer can construct complex analog functions by EDA tool, AnadigmDesigner2. With easy-to-use drag-and-drop interface, the entire design can be completed and simulated in minutes allowing complete analog systems to be built rapidly, simulated immediately, and then downloaded to the dpASP chip for testing and validation. Anadigm desiner2 can generate C-code for the complete design to interface with third party systems.