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Page: Explain FPGA in detail
... Manufactured IC types require at least a few weeks and often several months to convert a desired digital circuit design into a physical IC. What if a designer is developing a circuit that should be implemented today or the designer simply does not wish to incur the NRE cost, complexity and risk of m ...
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Page: Explain PLD in detail
... **Simple Prograqmmable Logic Device (SPLD)** A programmable logic device (PLD) is an IC that can be configured to implement a variety of logic functions, ranging from tens of gates to thousands of gates. PLDs became popular in the 1970s because PLDs could implement far more functionality in a singl ...
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Page: Explain PAL in detail
... Like so many names in the rapidly evolving field of computer technology, names for PLDs are somewhat confusing. Originally, in the 1970s, PLDs consisted of programmable AND arrays and programmable OR arrays and were known as programmable logic arrays or PLAs. In the mid-1970s, a company named AMD de ...
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Page: Explain PLA in detail
... Like so many names in the rapidly evolving field of computer technology, names for PLDs are somewhat confusing. Originally, in the 1970s, PLDs consisted of programmable AND arrays and programmable OR arrays and were known as programmable logic arrays or PLAs. In the mid-1970s, a company named AMD de ...
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Page: Explain Full Custom Design
... ![enter image description here][1] One IC type is known as a full custom IC. A full custom IC is a chip created specifically to implement the gates of the desired circuit. The design flow for a full custom IC is shown. Digital designers don't usually build full custom ICs themselves but rather they ...
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Page: Explain ASICs in detail
... **Standard Cell ASIC** ![enter image description here][1] Standard cell is an ASIC type that reduces physical implementation NRE cost and manufacturing time compared to full custom ICs. Standard cell ASICs, use a collection of previously layed out gates or pieces of logic called cells that must be ...
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Page: Explain Semi custom design
... Semicustom (Application-Specific) Integrated Circuits - ASICs Because physical implementation on full custom ICs is so costly and time consuming, semicustom IC types evolved during 1980s and 1990s to reduce the costs and the time of fabricating a chip. These types are known as application specific ...
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Page: Explain FIR filter design
... An FIR filter (Finite Impulse Response) is a very general filter design that can be used for a huge variety of filtering goals. The basic idea of an FIR filter is very simple: multiply the present input value by a constant and add that result to the previous input value times a constant and add that ...
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Page: Explain the sum of absolute differences
... A straightforward digitized video consists of a sequence of digitized pictures, where each picture is known as a frame. However, such digitized video results in huge data files. Each pixel of a frame is stored as several bytes and a frame may contain about a million pixels. A key technique in compr ...
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Page: Explain Laser Based Distance Measure
... ![enter image description here][1] Figure is VHDL description of the laser-based distance measurer controller/datapath from figure. The entity, named LaserDistMeasure defines the inputs and outputs, including a user-pressed button input B, a laser sensor input S, a laser control output L, and a 16 ...
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