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A type of programmable logic device (PLD) — an integrated circuit that can be customized after assembly. Specifically, an FPGA is a programmable type of gate array, which is an integrated circuit that contains a configuration of uncommitted elements in a prefabricated base wafer. See PLD.
A programmable logic device which is more versatile than traditional programmable devices such as PALs and PLAs, but less versatile than an application-specific integrated circuit. Some field-programmable gate arrays use fuses such as those found in programmable logic devices, but others are based on SRAM equivalents.
ield rogrammable ate rray. FPGAs are a class of programmable logic devices. They feature a gate-array-like architecture with a matrix of logic cells surrounded by a periphery of I/O cells.
a chip that consists of many unconfigured logic gates
a chip that you, as a systems designer, can program yourself
a collection of little configurable logic blocks, and a configurable connector matrix
a configurable chip that is used widely in the verification of application-specific integrated circuits (ASICs) as well as in product prototypes
a device that contains a matrix of reconfigurable gate array logic circuitry
a general purpose array of logic gates that can be configured as a custom circuit
an array of uncommitted gates with uncommitted wiring channels
an integrated circuit (IC)
an integrated circuit that contains many identical logic cells that can be viewed as standard components
an interconnected set of programmable logic elements
a powerful and flexible type of processor and is the obvious choice for a programmer that has to reprogramme his system continuously in order to control different types of sensors and acutators
a programmable SoC if it includes enough gates to allow the inclusion of a microprocessor design and provides support for such a design
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a reprogrammable chip that can be used for very fast data-processing
a silicon chip device
a simple reconfigurable hardware device
A type of gate array that is programmed in the field.
Acronym for Field Programmable Gate Array.
Field Programmable Gate Array. A class of computer chips which perform logic operations and/or processing. The chip is programmed for specific tasks, and the program is specified in terms of logic operations (and, or, not) and basic elements(counters, registers, adders,...). Typcially, the program can be modified only by resetting the chip.
Field Programmable Gate Array is a microchip that can be made with thousands of programmable logic gates. Good features of FPGAs include short development times and low costs of production. FPGAs are often used for prototype or custom designs, including DSP and logic emulation.
Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA), is a class of integrated circuits pioneered by Xilinx in which the logic function is defined by the customer using Xilinx development system software after the IC has been manufactured and delivered to the end user. Gate arrays are another type of IC whose logic is defined during the manufacturing process. Xilinx supplies RAM-based FPGA devices. FPGA applications include fast counters, fast pipelined designs, register intensive designs, and battery powered multi-level logic.
Field-Programmable Gate Array. An FPGA is a specially made digital semiconductor often used for prototyping. With an FPGA, a design engineer is able to program electrical connections on site for a specific application (for example a device for a sound/video card), without paying thousands of dollars to have the chip manufactured in mass quantities.
Field Programmable Gate Array is an integrated circuit programmable in the field after manufacture
an integrated circuit having thousands of logic gates that can be programmed by an end user to perform complex functions.
Field Programmable Gate Array- a programmable integrated circuit.
Acronym ~ Field Programmable Gate Array. A specialty integrated circuit which can have its logic and circuit topology changed in the field (versus the silicon factory) via a number of different electrical programming methods. The alternative is a standard cell or gate array design which is manufactured with one circuit topology that cannot be changed. Devices are not programmed by downloading software to them. Rather a manufacturer specific data stream is downloaded into the part to cause specific, hardwired, logic operations to become interconnected to form the desired logic and memory operations.
FPGA stands for Field Programmable Gate Array. This is an array of logic gates that can be hardware-programmed to fulfill user-specified tasks. In this way one can devise special purpose functional units that may be very efficient for this limited task. As FPGAs can be reconfigured dynamically, be it only 100--1,000 times per second, it is theoretically possible to optimise them for more complex special tasks at speeds that are higher than what can be achieved with general purpose processors.
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Field Programmable Gate Array. A Field Programmable Gate Array is a programmable logic circuit in a high density of gates. There are a variety of FPGA architectures including programmable logic blocks, programmable interconnections and switches between the blocks.
a high-density (that is, containing more than 1,000 gates) programmable-logic chip containing small logic cells interconnected through an array of programmable switches. FPGAs can implement thousand of gates of logic in a single IC and can be programmed by users at their site in a few seconds or less depending on the type of device used. FPGAs are popular for prototype development, custom computing, digital signal processing, and logic emulation.
see Field Programmable Gate Array.
Field Programmable Gate Array. An integrated circuit that contains configurable (programmable) logic blocks and configurable (programmable) interconnect between these blocks.
Field Programmable Gate Array. Invented by Xilinx in 1984. Gate counts now in the millions, with high level of system functions - processors, delay lock loops, clock managers, memory, serial transceivers -- integrated on a single FPGA chip.
Field Programmable Gate Array is an integrated circuit where the functions of, and interconnections between, gates are programmable.
Field-programmable gate array. A programmable memory device.
Field Programmable Gate Array. This is a form of programmable logic that allows the designer to modify the programming after the IC is placed on the board
( field-programmable gate array) A programmable logic device.