Lattice Semiconductor to Exhibit and Demonstrate at Embedded World 2012

Lattice Semiconductor will be attending Embedded World 2012. The event will take place in Nuremberg, Germany from February 28th to March 1st. Lattice will be demonstrating PCI Express solutions and camera solutions that are ideal for embedded, automotive and industrial applications. Lattice Semiconductor will be exhibiting in Hall 5, Stand 142.

Lattice at Embedded World 2012

PCIe Demonstrations
PCI Express will be demonstrated using a LatticeECP3 family PCI Express Development Kit, which is a complete hardware/software development environment to help accelerate the evaluation of PCI Express technology, get to a known good starting point for a design and then easily transition to design exploration. In addition, Lattice and Trellisys Ltd will demonstrate a robust and cost-effective PCIe Bus Functional Model (BFM) for Lattice’s PCI Express x1 and x4 IP Cores, which will enable users to reduce design complexity and shrink the time-to-market window for their PCI Express designs.

Lattice Dual Sensor Industrial Video Demonstration
Lattice will be demonstrating Industrial camera solutions that show a full ISP (Image Signal Processor) function embedded into FPGAs at up to 1080p60. Additionally there will be a demonstration showing solutions that can bridge two or more sensors to an ISP. Many low cost ISPs can support two cameras from a processing power aspect but they only have one interface. This demonstration allows existing ISPs which were designed to interface to only one camera to support two or more. Applications such as industrial automation, 3D cameras and automotive surround view are examples where multiple cameras can be used. The demonstration will show how solutions based on programmable Logic can provide cost effective and flexible platforms for the increasing demands of video capture systems.

More info: Lattice Semiconductor Corporation