Category Archives: FPGA Design

FPGA vs GPU, What to Choose?

27/02/2019, hardwarebee

Whenever you are starting a new project, one of the first steps is to determine what technologies you will be needing in order to start the development process, knowing that you will meet the target cost and performance.
 
In fact, today there are several technologies to choose from, but

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What are FPGAs?

17/02/2019, hardwarebee

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Field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) are a type of reconfigurable integrated circuit made up of configurable logic blocks (CLBs) which themselves consist of look-up tables (LUTs) as well as other logic such as registers and logic gates. LUTs are the perhaps the core element of CLBs as they can be

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The Ultimate Guide to FPGA Design Flow

17/02/2019, hardwarebee

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This article describes the entire FPGA design flow along with the various steps required in designing an FPGA — from the very beginning to the stage where the design can be upload to the FPGA. But before that, let’s first introduce the FPGA technology very quickly.
 
A Field Programmable

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Top 10 FPGA Advantages

10/02/2019, hardwarebee

FPGAs or Field Programmable Gate Arrays are semiconductor chips which are exactly as the name suggests – gate arrays that be configured in the field by the designer based on their needs. It consists of many configurable logic blocks which can be programmed based on what functions the designer requires

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Arastu Systems announces FPGA Implementation for their Low Latency Switch Solution

08/02/2019, hardwarebee

Arastu Systems, a product engineering company, today announces the successful implementation of their Ethernet 1G/10G Digital Soft IP Solution on a 4-Port Xilinx FPGA Platform. The solution is specifically designed for Time-Critical applications such as Financial Trading Systems, which demands lower latency, as negligence even by a millisecond can be

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FPGA vs. CPU – What is the difference

04/02/2019, hardwarebee

So, you need to design a digital circuit, but you are not sure whether to choose FPGA vs CPU.
In some cases, you can implement the exact same functionality using a CPU or an FPGA but not and the sale cost and speed.
 
This article will help you understand

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