Cardiac Management

Automatic External Defibrillators

AEDs are used to jump-start a heart that has failed due to heart attack or cardiac arrest. Designed so that even a layman can operate it without much difficulty, AEDs are rapidly gaining popularity. They can even be found in public places such as airports, train stations, and airplanes. Due to their low cost and high performance, Intel® Cyclone® FPGAs and Intel® MAX® CPLDs are perfect for use in AEDs.

Low-Cost Programmable Solutions for CRM Applications

The low-cost, low-power Intel Cyclone FPGAs and Intel MAX CPLDs are ideal for CRM applications because they provide the most cost-effective programmable solution for data processing. Intel Cyclone FPGAs and Intel MAX CPLDs also contain system functions that complement available ASSPs, such as on-screen display (OSD) and timing display.

Intel Cyclone series of FPGAs offer designers unparalleled capability at the lowest cost. Designed on an advanced, highly efficient architecture, Intel Cyclone FPGAs feature high density and performance that easily meet the price requirements of high-volume CRM applications. For a high-performance, cost-efficient processing solution, Intel® Nios II processors can be implemented in an Intel Cyclone device.

Intel MAX CPLDs include the industry’s most successful and widely used CPLD solutions. MAX II devices are designed for low-cost and low-power applications. MAX 3000A devices are optimized for high-volume, cost-sensitive applications. The non-volatile and low-cost features of Intel MAX series make them ideal for functions such as address decoding, system timing, and system bug fixes.

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