FPGA Design Methods for Fast Turn Around
April 28, 2010 // Angela Sutton // 0 commentsDownload White Paper 828Ko
FPGAs have been used for years to create functioning prototypes of ASIC and System on a Chip (SoC) designs, and the popularity of this verification technique continues to increase. Indeed, well over 90% of designs are prototyped using FPGAs. Such verification typically involves squeezing the evolving design, eventually destined for an ASIC, into the largest, most capable FPGAs available on the market and then debugging the design along with system software and drivers on the board.
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