We write a lot about FPGAs here at EEJournal, with good reason, and you might get the impression that they’re the right solution to every design problem. They’re not.
Here’s a checklist to help keep you in the right path to successful design when considering FPGAs as a design alternative:
- If you just need to blink an LED, use something else. Often, your first introduction to FPGA design is the blinking light project. In real life, some designs … Read More → "11 Reasons You Should NOT use an FPGA for a Design, and Four Reasons You Should"