FPGA vs CPU2024-06-09T09:31:15+03:00

How do FPGAs differ from regular processors, and where are they commonly used?

pater Asked question 09/06/2024
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FPGAs (Field-Programmable Gate Arrays) differ from regular processors like CPUs and GPUs in that they can be reprogrammed to perform specific tasks after manufacturing. Unlike fixed-function processors, FPGAs consist of a matrix of configurable logic blocks and interconnects that can be customized for particular applications. This flexibility allows FPGAs to be used in a wide range of applications such as signal processing, embedded systems, telecommunications, and hardware prototyping.

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