Field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) are digital integrated circuits (ICs) that contain configurable (programmable) blocks of logic along with configurable
interconnects between these blocks. Design engineers can configure, or program, such devices to perform a tremendous variety
Depending on how they are implemented, some FPGAs may only be programmed a single time, while others may be reprogrammed over
and over again. Not surprisingly, a device that can be programmed only one time is referred to as one-time programmable (OTP).
The “field ...
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