Field Programmable Gate Arrays: A Fresh Look at a Classic Embedded Design Tool
White Paper Overview
A Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) is an integrated circuit (IC), or chip, used in embedded system design. The primary characteristic of an FPGA is that it is programmable after manufacturing, which gives it versatility in application use and customization.
FPGAs experienced rapid technology advancement in the 1990s, and today are found in a vast variety of products ranging from simple consumer items to highly complex military systems.
In this white paper from Sealevel, learn the basic definitions and benefits of using FPGAs as well as their future in smart technology.