Whats meant by fpga?
Asked by vasu, 26 Mar '09 04:40 pm
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Field-Programmable Gate Array, a type of logic chip that can be programmed. An FPGA is similar to a PLD, but whereas PLDs are generally limited to hundreds of gates, FPGAs support thousands of gates. They are especially popular for prototyping integrated circuit designs. Once the design is set, hardwired chips are produced for faster performance.Answered by PARTHA PATHAK, 26 Mar '09 04:45 pm
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