Since Clear Logic's CL7000A devices do not need to be programmed by the user, none of the configuration transistors are required.
In addition, unused product term inputs are permanently disabled in the Clear Logic device.
All Altera Packages and Speed Grades to Be Supported - Clear Logic plans to introduce all CL7000A family members from 128 to 512 macrocells.
Clear Shot(TM) extraction software that converts the MAX 7000 programming file into laser configuration instructions in less than an hour, freeing designers of any customer-side engineering;
Laser fuses are used to configure the Clear Logic devices.
LASIC Architecture Eliminates Re-design or Resimulation - Clear Logic's LASIC devices have a unique, laser-configured ASIC architecture that allows the FPGA bitstream to be used directly for conversion.
TestCell Embedded Test Circuitry - The Clear Logic architecture also contains embedded test circuitry so that test vectors with 100% fault coverage can be automatically generated, completely relieving the customer engineer of this task.
Clear Logic replaces all six transistors in the FPGA configuration elements with a single laser fuse that draws no power.
In order to offer plug-in compatibility, the Clear Logic CL8636 LASIC device directly supports all six Altera configuration modes.
CLEAR Process comprises two modules -- allCLEAR III for Windows and the spreadsheet-based CLEAR Analyzer.
Using CLEAR Process is a simple, five step process: