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Max The Magnificent
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re: What! How big did you say that FPGA is? (Team-design for FPGAs)
Max The Magnificent   9/27/2010 5:43:05 PM
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I remember way back in the mists of time when I first heard the terms top-down and bottom-up design. Of course in those days we were still doing everything by hand -- I would never have dreamed of tools like the ones that are available today!

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re: What! How big did you say that FPGA is? (Team-design for FPGAs)
DrFPGA   9/28/2010 3:45:43 AM
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One of the advantages of FPGA design is that you don;t need an ASIC style design flow. Even with large devices. The ASIC guys will try and convince you that a big FPGA is really an ASIC to sell you their more expensive tools. I'm not ready to buy their argument yet. How about some real world examples from several happy customers? That might get my interest...



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