Solving the FPGA DC Power Problem (.PDF Download)

FPGAs are a popular choice among engineers for digital design in a wide variety of applications. They’re an alternative to microcontroller design, which requires high speed in a dedicated function. In certain cases, FPGAs eliminate the need to create an expensive custom ASIC. Their low cost and range of sizes make them useful in industrial, medical, aerospace, defense, and even some consumer products.

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