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The difference between ASIC and FPGA

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hi all!
please show me the difference between fpga and asic
 

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Re: asic and fpga

in two words:

fpga, "reconfigurable/programmable" chip.
asic, "fixed" chip.
 

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asic and fpga

oh i see
thanks a lot
 

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Re: asic and fpga

which of these (asic or fpga design ) is more in demand in the industry?
 

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asic and fpga

fpgas are readymade, it can be reprogrammed anytime. asics take a long period to develop and cater to only specific applications. so, fpgas are in demand.
 

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