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    What is an FPGA?


    FPGA (Field Programmable Gate Array) is a product further developed on the basis of programmable devices such as PAL, GAL, and EPLD.The FPGA is the most integrated in the ASIC. Users can reconfigure the logic modules and I/O modules inside the FPGA to implement the user’s logic, and thus are also used to simulate the CPU.The user’s programming data for the FPGA is placed in the Flash chip and loaded into the FPGA by power-on and initialized.

    PGA is a large-scale programmable logic device with flexible architecture, high logic and wide application range, short design and development cycle, low design and manufacturing cost, advanced development tools, standard products without testing, and stable quality.And real-time online inspection,


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