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Field-programmable gate arrays FPGAs using antifuses in a segmented channel routing architecture now offer the digital logic capabilities of an gate conventional gate array and system speeds of MHz. A brief survey of antifuse technologies is provided. Some inherent tradeoffs involving the antifuse characteristics, routing architecture and logic module are illustrated. Article :.

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Design Security in Nonvolatile Flash and Antifuse FPGAs

An antifuse is an electrical device that performs the opposite function to a fuse. Whereas a fuse starts with a low resistance and is designed to permanently break an electrically conductive path typically when the current through the path exceeds a specified limit , an antifuse starts with a high resistance, and programming it converts it into a permanent electrically conductive path typically when the voltage across the antifuse exceeds a certain level. This technology has many applications. Antifuses are best known for their use in mini-light or miniature style low-voltage Christmas tree lights.


Antifuse Programmed FPGAs

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Antifuse FPGAs

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