The first FPGA was invented by Ross Freeman (cofounder of Xilinx) in 1985 and since then their logic capacity has enhanced greatly and they have become a popular choice because FPGA systems can be reprogrammed after manufacturing to implement the user’s final desired application. Some FPGAs can be reprogrammed infinite times and some limited times...
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