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A field-programmable gate array (FPGA) is an integrated circuit designed to be configured by a customer or a designer after manufacturing. – hence "field-programmable". The FPGA configuration is generally specified using a hardware description language (HDL), similar to that used for an application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC).;

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Something you should know about FPGA

The electronic technology in use today is quite advanced and offers products that have a variety of capabilities that were previous thought of as pure fantasy. Today’s electronic products can serve se...(See More)

Charlie Laub
2017/2/18 9:04:58
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The introduction of FPGA Companies

With the top two FPGA companies taking up 89% of the FPGA market, you can be forgiven for thinking there was no one else out there. Xilinx and Altera have done a good job of defending the duopoly but ...(See More)

bruno.bellini
2017/2/18 9:03:08
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For New Designers: The Best FPGA Development Board

What FPGA Development board should you buy with your hard-earned money? It’s a fair question, and there’s not always a clear answer. Here, we'll compare and contrast three FPGA development boards curr...(See More)

ALuKa
2017/2/18 6:29:20
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The Difference Between FPGA and ASIC

What is FPGA? FPGA (field-programmable gate array ) is an integrated circuit designed to be configured by a customer or a designer after manufacturing – hence "field-programmable". The FPGA con...(See More)

Boyd
2017/2/11 10:35:02
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The Advantages of FPGA Technology

Since invention by Xilinx in 1984, FPGAs have gone from being simple glue logic chips to actually replacing custom application-specific integrated circuits (ASICs) and processors for signal processing...(See More)

Dennis
2017/2/10 12:35:51
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The FPGAs Rules

Field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) were introduced more than three decades ago, and since then they have evolved, giving way to new generations of FPGAs with better logic density and performance t...(See More)

Brady
2017/2/9 12:40:09
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FPGA Plunge

FPGAs are expensive... and hard to use... and too slow... and difficult to program... and hard to debug... and they draw too much power... and require register-transfer-level (RTL) wizards. That’s the...(See More)

Clare
2017/2/6 3:57:47
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On FPGA Developmment

Today’s FPGA design teams require innovative solutions that foster team productivity and enable rapid deployment at every stage of design development - from Design Entry to Place and Route. Desi...(See More)

Burton
2017/2/5 16:48:38
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Microsoft Proposes FPGA-Assisted Servers

Microsoft uses programmable chips to offer an accelerated implementation for a number of algorithms such as machine learning, pattern matching, and more. Doug Burger, a computer chip researcher ...(See More)

Sinan Gunay
2017/1/31 10:06:00
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FPGAs promotes IoT implementation

The Internet of Things (IoT) has become a wildly popular term these days, often used to describe a world in which virtually every electronic device connects to the Internet and each other. It comprise...(See More)

Colby
2017/1/29 22:01:02