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Curious About What an FPGA is and How It Actually Works?

An FPGA is like an older gate array, but the metal interconnections between the gate array logic elements are replaced by SRAM fabric that is infinitely flexible and doesn’t wear out. This fabric allows you to use the same FPGA to implement a myriad of digital circuits. Explore FPGAs and how to address their challenges like reprogramming the SRAM every time you power up.