Arrow Electronics expands development kit portfolio with DECA evaluation board
Arrow Electronics has announced the latest addition to its portfolio of development tools with the Arrow DECA evaluation board, featuring Altera’s MAX 10 FPGA and Enpirion power solutions. The MAX 10 FPGAs are claimed to integrate dual-configuration flash, analogue blocks, memory, DSP and embedded processing capabilities all within a single chip package.
In the development of the DECA board, Arrow Electronics has collaborated with Altera, Texas Instruments (TI), Silicon Labs, Micron, Molex and Cypress. DECA is a full-featured hardware evaluation board that is said to enable engineers to reduce board area, cost, and complexity while interfacing to a variety of sensors and interfaces. The board features temperature and humidity, signal chain, audio, and logic integrated circuits from TI.
“The DECA board is the result of successful cooperation among several Arrow collaborators. It is innovative, practical and will simplify the design process for engineers,” said Chakib Loucif, vice president of engineering for Arrow Electronics. “DECA includes a comprehensive portfolio of technologies including Altera FPGA, a variety of sensors and communication protocols, enabling customers to fast track proof of concepts for their IoT applications.”
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