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posted in November 2010

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ESL, FPGAs, and configurability
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11/29/2010   1 comment
Here’s a taxonomy for ESL and FPGAs that will hopefully prevent definitions from becoming as word- distorted and confused as they have become in so many other areas of EDA.
Are low power and FPGA an oxymoron?
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11/16/2010   3 comments
FPGAs have a reputation for being power hogs, but does that mean that no battery operated device should use an FPGA? Not so fast on that...
Emulator, accelerator, prototype – what’s the difference?
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11/1/2010   3 comments
In a previous blog Brian talked about what makes a prototype unique, and said he would come back to the issue of emulators and accelerators… so here he is...


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