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  • n. Plural form of FPGA.


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  • FPGA and Virtex-6 FPGAs translates into a seamless, one-for-one migration that is unmatched in terms of the low risk path it offers to customers.


  • Still, high-end versions of such chips — known as FPGAs, for field programmable gate arrays — can be costly.

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  • The resulting HDL software code is downloaded to special microprocessors known as FPGAs field programmable gate arrays, which can mimic a prospective chip's design and functions for testing.

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  • Another approach is based on chips called FPGAs, for field-programmable gate arrays, that can be configured to do specific jobs at ultrahigh speed.

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  • Similarly, equivalent data rates and capacity capabilities of both technologies should in theory allow upgrading a baseband module should that module use programmable devices such as FPGAs, DSPs, and NPUs.

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  • Heterogeneous computing, which combines general-purpose processors with special-purpose co-processors such as FPGAs and GPUs, is a promising approach for high-performance phylogeny inference as shown by the growing body of literature in this field.

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  • It is suitable for efficiently powering low-voltage, high-current devices such as FPGAs,

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  • The ATI Radeon E4690 even boasts the ATI Stream technology, which can replace hardware components such as FPGAs and DSPs, reducing power, system size and overall costs.

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  • While PCIe is replacing the original PCI bus standard, many peripherals and devices such as FPGAs and I / O modules still use PCI.

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  • The LTM8021's tiny footprint (6.25 x 11. 25mm), low profile (2. 8mm) and light weight (0. 49g) enable systems-designers to solder the device on the back of the circuit board, creating room on top for digital ICs such as FPGAs, memory and passives, including HDMI, Ethernet or inductor, compensation circuitry and input and output bypass capacitors. linear regulator and has the advantage of less heat dissipation and smaller size.

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