EPGA

AcronymDefinition
EPGAElectric Power Generation Association (Harrisburg, PA)
EPGAEmbedded Programmable Gate Array (VariCore)
EPGAEuropean Professional Golfers' Association
EPGAEmergency Petroleum and Gas Administration
EPGAEast Point, Georgia
EPGAElectrically Programmable Gate Array (digital circuits)
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Actel formed the VariCore business unit early last summer to develop its EPGA cores, which are the first broadly available commercial embeddable and reconfigurable "soft hardware" IP products for the ASIC and ASSP market.
Actel's VariCore EPGAs will enhance the VCX component listing, which passed the 100 mark earlier this year.
VariCore EPGA IP cores, available only from Actel, are used in application specific integrated circuit (ASIC) and application specific standard product (ASSP) system-on-a-chip (SoC) devices to help speed products to market and increase the life of those products once in the market.
The VariCore EPGA core makes a nice addition to our broad portfolio of IP components, as it gives our customers an innovative design alternative for bringing their products to market quickly.
EPGA is a regional trade association of major electric generating companies that supply wholesale power in Pennsylvania and surrounding states.
The PPC405EZ, packaged in 324-pin 23 mm x 23 mm EPGA and available in industrial (-40 C to +85 C) and extended (-40 C to +105 C) temperature range, is the basis for a highly scalable system design.
He has also competed as a tour player throughout Asia, Australia, and the United States, and has instructed many of the World Ranked PGA, EPGA, SPGA, & LPGA Tour players.
National Instruments: CompactRIO embedded DA and control platform, which uses a reconfigurable EPGA, allowing users to implement multiloop analog PID and digital control systems for real-time control.
Tour results are through the week ending 06/06/04 and reflect data from the Champions, JGTO, EPGA and LPGA tours.
Tour results are through the week ending 05/09/04 and reflect data from the PGA, EPGA and JTGO tours.
Six major professional tours include the PGA, Champions, LPGA, Nationwide, EPGA and JTGO; sources for usage and wins include Darrell Survey, Sports Marketing, Inc.