Embedded FPGA Basics

Learn about embedded FPGAs and the EFLX eFPGA IP.


You do not need know about FPGAs to integrate reconfigurable RTL into your SoC: our software maps your RTL into our EFLX array for you.  But if you are curious, read on.

FPGAs are field programmable gate arrays. They offer a different kind of programmability from processors.  Processors are sequential while FPGAs enable massive parallelism.  A processor has one adder, one multiplier—an FPGA can have dozens.

An embedded FPGA is equivalent to the core on an FPGA chip which you can integrate into your chip, just like your integrate processors, DSPs and RAM (all of which also used to be separate chips).

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