Welcome to this installment of EE Classroom on Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA)!
As the 35-year old field programmable gate array (FPGA) evolves, applications previously the domain of application specific integrated circuits (ASICs) are now taking advantage of this “millennial” device. State-of-the-art interfaces now simplify programming and allow compatibility with other technologies opening up more innovation in applications ranging from artificial intelligence to aerospace.
Maybe now is the time for you to consider whether an FPGA is right for your design, and we are here to get you started with this Classroom. Bolster your basics knowledge of the selection and integration of FPGAs and comparisons with other programmable devices. Were you wondering about the relationship between a regular “old” SoC and FPGA — and an SoC FPGA? Read on and learn more about that, as well as some of the latest devices for embedded designs and emerging applications.