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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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Inspired by question I would like to ask what microcontrollers with CPLD or FPGA-like functions build in are available? The most interesting would be low-cost ones in friendly packages (non-BGA). The … CPLD/FPGA portion should be big enough to allow implementing fairly complicated state machine (10+ states), fairly big logic function (10+ inputs), fairly big counters and shift registers (8+ bits …
asked Oct 8 '10 by mazurnification
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In principle this is good candidate for FPGA based design. Regarding your requirements: ad 1. The FPGA most likely will be more expensive, by how much that depends on the device you choose. At … it is more then you need). You may find cheaper device either from Xilinx offering or their competitors Altera and Lattice. ad 2. The package is the tough issue, I did not saw FPGA with smaller …
answered Oct 6 '10 by mazurnification