ASSP (Application Specific Standard Parts) Chinese is a special standard product, which is an integrated circuit designed for use in special applications.
An application specific standard product or ASSP is an integrated circuit that implements a specific function that appeals to a wide market. As opposed to ASICs that combine a collection of functions and designed by or for one customer, ASSPs are available as off-the-shelf components. ASSPs are used in all industries, from automotive to communications.
ONSemiconductor, a supplier of energy-efficient power semiconductor solutions, announced that the broad range of specialized standard products (ASSP) series obtained from the acquisition of AMI Semiconductor has now been provided to customers through a network of globally recognized distribution agents. These ASSPs cover automobiles, Medical and industrial applications, including transceivers, stepper motor drivers, digital signal processor (DSP) systems, ultra low power (ULP) memory, power over Ethernet (PoE) power devices, drivers, clocks, and image sensors .
ASSP (Special Standard Product) is an integrated circuit designed for use in special applications.
ONS Semiconductor Solutions (ONS)
emiconductor) announced that the broad range of specialized standard products (ASSP) resulting from the acquisition of AMI Semiconductor is now available to customers through a network of globally recognized distribution agents. These ASSPs cover automotive, medical and industrial applications including transceivers, stepping Motor drivers, digital signal processor (DSP) systems, ultra-low power (ULP) memory, power over Ethernet (PoE) power devices, drivers, clocks, and image sensors.
Jeff Thomson, vice president of global channel sales for ON Semiconductor, said: "We are very pleased to incorporate these new products through our global distribution agent channel. Our global agent network partners attach great importance to customer satisfaction and customer coverage. With their rich resources, we can better plan and provide products to customers in need at the right time."
ON Semiconductor’s global distribution agent network has opened up important channels for the former global customers of AMI semiconductor products, ensuring the supply of components, providing credit, component stocking and complete services, as well as logistics support and design.
You can use a single-chip FPGA or FPGA co-processing to support DSP to implement Altera video and image processing technology. In high-definition (HD) applications, multiple DSPs are required because one DSP cannot efficiently complete the compression algorithm. FPGA can be used as a DSP co-processor or a complete replacement for DSP, thereby improving cost performance. In addition, compared with ASSP, FPGA has more advantages, it can be easily upgraded to support higher resolutions and new video standards.
Altera's latest device series, including low-cost CycloneIIFPGA, high-density high-performance StratixIIFPGA and HardCopyII structured ASIC, all support video and image processing solutions. The program mainly includes:
· 9 configurable IP cores, including Deinterlacer, Scaler, image smoothing and sharpening 2D filtering, denoising 2D intermediate frequency filtering and color space converter, etc.
CycloneII version video development board, including two synthetic standard definition inputs and a CycloneIIEP2C70 device, can quickly test and evaluate low-cost designs.
· StratixIIGX version of the audio and video development board for high-end applications using StratixIIGX device high-speed transceivers. The development board also includes a variety of input devices, supporting standards such as asynchronous serial interface (ASI), serial digital interface (SDI), digital video interface (DVI), and audio interface.
Video and image processing IP kits will be available in May at a price of $995. The price of the CycloneII version of the video development board is $1,095, and the price of the StratixIIGX version of the audio and video development board is $4,995. Both development boards will be released in July. Small DC motor control ASSP chip-MMC-1
FPGA XC5200 Family 16K Gates 1296 Cells 83MHz 0.5um Technology 5V 208-Pin PQFP
FPGA Spartan-3 Family 5M Gates 74880 Cells 630MHz 90nm Technology 1.2V 676-Pin FBGA
FPGA Spartan-3 Family 5M Gates 74880 Cells 630MHz 90nm Technology 1.2V 1156-Pin FBGA
FPGA Spartan-IIE Family 50K Gates 1728 Cells 357MHz 0.15um Technology 1.8V 256-Pin FTBGA