For the most part, embedded FPGA can be viewed as a “black box,” which is effectively as an RTL engine. However, sometimes it’s helpful to understand what’s going on underneath the hood to evaluate applications and competitive alternatives. This article will provide a close-up view and discuss how embedded FPGA works in general.
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