What is FPGA and How Does it Work?

Lined Circle
Multiple Blue Rings
Blue Rings
Curved Arrow
Lined Circle
Blue Rings

An FPGA (Field-Programmable Gate Array) is a type of integrated circuit that can be reprogrammed and reconfigured very easily to perform different functions.

Lined Circle
Multiple Blue Rings
Blue Rings

FPGAs are used in a variety of industries and applications, including aerospace, automotive, medical devices, industrial automation, military applications, and consumer electronics.

How is FPGA used in real life?

Lined Circle
Blue Rings

In deep learning applications where low latency is important, FPGAs can perform better than GPUs.

Multiple Blue Rings

Is FPGA faster than GPU?

Lined Circle
Multiple Blue Rings
Blue Rings

FPGA can be programmed using VHDL, Verilog, or any other HDL language.

What language is used to program FPGA?

Lined Circle
Blue Rings

With an FPGA, a latency of about or below 1 microsecond is possible, although, with a CPU, a latency of fewer than 50 microseconds is already considered to be extremely good.

Multiple Blue Rings

Why use an FPGA instead of a CPU or GPU?

Lined Circle
Multiple Blue Rings

SWIPE UP TO LEARN MORE

Blue Rings
Arrow
Arrow
Arrow
Lined Circle

MORE POSTS

Lined Circle
Multiple Blue Rings
Blue Rings