FPGA Design

FPGA, or Field-Programmable Gate Array, is a type of integrated circuit that can be programmed or reprogrammed to the desired application or functionality after manufacturing. This contrasts with ASICs, which are custom manufactured for specific tasks. The main advantage of FPGAs over ASICs is their flexibility, as they can be reprogrammed to carry out a wide range of tasks. This makes them ideal for prototyping, testing designs before creating an ASIC, and applications where hardware functionality needs to change over time.