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agilePOR Power On Reset

The agilePOR GP is a power-on-reset circuit. Based on a traditional architecture, it allows for programmable thresholds for normal and low power modes, programmable delays and includes hysteresis to avoid false resets in noisy environments. The agilePOR GP power-on-reset is suited to applications such as IoT, Wireless, Medical, Automotive, AI and general SoCs and ASICs.

Agile Analog designs are based on tried and tested architectures to ensure reliability and functionality. Our design methodology is programmatic, systematic and repeatable leading to analog IP that is more verifiable, more robust and more reliable. Our methodology also allows us to quickly re-target our IP to different process options. The agilePOR GP is available on CMOS, FD-SOI and FinFet processes from 180nm down to advanced FinFet nodes.

  • Configurable to your specification
  • Programmable threshold
  • Programmable delay
  • Hysteresis
  • Low power
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agilePOR Power On Reset

To enable processors to start at a known state upon power-up, a Power-On-Reset (POR) is required. The Agile Analog POR's reset pulse duration, hysteresis and voltage levels may all be customised to ensure your processor starts correctly at every power-up.

The agilePOR GP is a power-on-reset circuit. Based on a traditional architecture, it allows for programmable thresholds for normal and low power modes, programmable delays and includes hysteresis to avoid false resets in noisy environments. The agilePOR GP power-on-reset is suited to applications such as IoT, Wireless, Medical, Automotive, AI and general SoCs and ASICs.

Agile Analog designs are based on tried and tested architectures to ensure reliability and functionality. Our design methodology is programmatic, systematic and repeatable leading to analog IP that is more verifiable, more robust and more reliable. Our methodology also allows us to quickly re-target our IP to different process options. The agilePOR GP is available on CMOS, FD-SOI and FinFet processes from 180nm down to advanced FinFet nodes.

Details on supported foundry processes can be found here..
  • Configurable to your specification
  • Programmable threshold
  • Programmable delay
  • Hysteresis
  • Low power
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