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PLD

Abbreviation for:
partial lipodystrophy
people with learning disabilities  
percutaneous lumbar discectomy
phospholipase D
platelet defect
polycystic liver disease
posterior latissimus dorsi
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Our line of Dell Precision workstations is a great match for customers with highly-complex applications, including programmable IC and system design," said Joe Curley, senior marketing manager for Dell Precision workstations.
GreenPAK is a one-time programmable IC that can be configured and programmed in minutes.
the leader in programmable IC and system solutions, announced the release of a new web portal dedicated to accelerating the development of wireless networking products.
It is ideal for high-speed, multi-frequency designs where it is essential to accurately model and analyze signal relationships between devices on a board or between embedded functions on an ASIC or programmable IC.
The new Hall sensor is a programmable IC that switches its output low or high depending on the external magnetic field.
is a privately held fabless semiconductor company developing a new type of programmable IC platform that will help electronics companies accelerate time to market for their products while also slashing system development costs.
According to Atmel's marketing director, Jay Johnson, "Design engineers frequently use programmable ICs to accelerate their proprietary DSP algorithms in a gate array technology.
Virtex-II Pro X FPGAs are the first programmable ICs that can directly drive optical transceiver OC-48 SONET compliant systems and support SONET implementation for OC-192 data rates and above.
the world's leading provider of programmable solutions today announced that EDN magazine has named the Xilinx Spartan(TM)-3AN FPGA platform to its annual "Hot 100 Products" list in the digital and programmable ICs category (http://www.
utilizes patent pending techniques for implementing programmable ICs that allow an engineer to design a custom circuit for signal processing without the cost and complexity of programming a DSP.
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