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Automotive and Defense FPGAs

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CHANDLER, Ariz., April 5, 2021 — Automotive and Defense FPGAsPolarFire® Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) from Microchip Technology Inc. are qualified for both the Automotive Electronics Council’s Q100 specification Grade T2 and military temperature grade.

The FPGAs offer on-chip security features that enable secure communication, an encrypted bitstream, and a cryptographically secured supply chain, ensuring tamper-proof solutions for these market segments. Microchip devices can operate without fans, and in some cases without heatsinks, simplifying the thermal design of the system and creating new opportunities for smaller, lighter designs in automotive applications such as blind spot detection, lane change warning systems, and back-up cameras.

The extended temperature range of the military grade devices and its security features enable developers to add more computing power within thermally constrained environments such as those found in advanced strategic weapons systems.


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Apr 2021
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