Fundamentals of Mixed-Signal FPGAs
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The analog domain describes the way things typically work in the real world. By comparison, the digital domain is useful when it comes to storing and manipulating data and making complex decisions based on the results of its data-processing operations. Most people think of FPGAs as being primarily digital devices, but a certain class of mixed-signal FPGAs provide a mixture of programmable analog fabric combined with programmable digital fabric. This opens the door to a wide range of applications along with some very interesting techniques, such as using a soft microprocessor core in the digital fabric to reconfigure the programmable analog fabric on-the-fly.
In this webinar you will learn:
- What are mixed-signal FPGAs?
- Why do you need mixed-signal FPGAs?
- How do you use mixed-signal FPGA?