Clear Skies would dramatically reduce emissions of the pollutants that cause smog, acid rain, haze, and mercury and nitrogen deposition.
Clear Skies, by dramatically reducing polluting emissions from power generators, will be the most significant improvement to the Clean Air Act since 1990, and the most comprehensive and ambitious effort ever to clean up air pollution from power plants.
Clear Logic employs proprietary software that converts the programming file from an Altera CPLD prototype to a laser-processed logic device.
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Because CL7000A LPLDs are configured at the factory, Clear Logic eliminates added costs associated with distributor-programming of production volumes of CPLDs.
LPLD Technology - Clear Logic's Laser Processed Device Technology allows the company to provide devices that function identically to, and are pin-compatible with MAX 7000A CPLDs.
Clear Logic LPLDs use macrocell-based logic structures, similar to those in Altera MAX 7000 CPLDs.
Prototype CL7000 Devices Can Be Obtained by Emailing the Altera MAX 7000 Programming File to Clear Logic.
Since, our10K50V devices will cost much less than either the A-version or E-version of Altera's FLEX 10K50, we think most designers will be better off migrating to the Clear Logic alternative at $12.
Clear Logic devices use similar logic structures to Altera's programmable parts, so they are pin-compatible and can function interchangeability in the same socket as a comparable Altera device.
Logic automatically converts each customer bitstream to laser configuration instructions and also generates test vectors with 100% fault coverage at the factory, in about an hour.
Logic's CL8636 LASICs cost 20% to 50% less than their Altera counterparts and consume 33% less power.
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