Chapter 3. Programming (Configuring) an FPGA
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- Configuration Cells
- Antifuse-based FPGAs
- SRAM-based FPGAs
- Programming Embedded (Block) RAMs, Distributed RAMs, etc.
- Multiple Programming Chains
- Quickly Reinitializing the Device
- Using the Configuration Port
- Serial Load with FPGA as Master
- Parallel Load with FPGA as Master
- Parallel Load with FPGA as Slave
- Serial Load with FPGA as Slave
- Using the JTAG Port
- Using an Embedded Processor
- Instant Summary
- Configuration files (also called bit files) contain the information that will be uploaded into the FPGA in order to program it to perform a specific function.
- In the case of SRAM-based FPGAs, the configuration file contains a mixture of configuration data (bits ...
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