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A Field-Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) is a logic chip that is configured by the customer after manufacturing—hence "field-programmable".

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for this was to use an FPGA to interface with the data converters and let the processor access the data through the RAM in the FPGA. We have not yet picked out a FPGA. From what I have read we can … configure the FPGA RAM as being a NOR non-multiplexed 16-bit device through the GPMC. Is this correct? And my other question is it would probably be too slow to keep the data in RAM of the FPGA so …
asked Apr 23 '16 by Caleb Merchant