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October 14, 2003 by Jeff Shepard

Anadigm (Campbell, CA) announced its new AnadigmDesigner®2 v2.4 software, which provides users with the ability to add voltage-controlled variable gain stages, low-corner frequency bilinear low-pass filters, sum/difference integrators, and square root functions to analog circuit designs by dragging and dropping configurable analog modules.

Enhanced simulation and check sheet coverage AnadigmDesigner®2 v2.4 features extensive improvements to support post-simulation probing of circuits designed in FPAAs, including an enhanced oscilloscope feature that provides a real-time trace display during simulations. All data at all output nodes is now saved after a simulation run, allowing designers to test the simulated circuit with virtual oscilloscope probes. The oscilloscope subsystem further allows users to save probed data to a CSV file. After simulation, probes may be moved about and additional CSV files can be generated as needed.

A multimedia demonstration of the AnadigmDesigner®2 v2.4 can be viewed at the Anadigm website at http://www.anadigm.com. A free trial copy of the AnadigmDesigner®2 v2.4 is available for download at http://www.anadigm.com/Down_05_a.asp. A complete evaluation kit with a development board, entry-level software, and updated documentation is now available at a promotional price of $199. Pricing for FPAA silicon starts at$4.95 in 1,000-piece quantities.