Configurable Logic in Microcontrollers Revolutionizes Small Applications

January 04, 2016 // By Silicon Labs
The Configurable logic (CL) hardware implements combinatorial logic like the basic Boolean AND, OR, or XOR functions, as well as sequential logic like latches. This flexibility allows embedded programmers to easily add their own, custom functionality. From simple signal inverters to more complex Manchester decoders, the configurable logic can operate completely independently from the processor core (CPU). The configurable logic hardware is typically programmed in C and initializes a set of dedicated registers. With C as the programming language, embedded designers will not need to learn another programming language such as VHDL.
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