Structured ASICs: Opportunities and Challenges

  title={Structured ASICs: Opportunities and Challenges},
  author={Behrooz Zahiri},
There is currently a huge gap between the two main technologies used to implement custom digital integrated circuit (IC) designs. At one end of the spectrum are field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs). These devices have relatively low design costs and short design times, but they also have high per-unit costs and are limited in terms of design size, complexity, and performance. At the other end of the device continuum are application specific integrated circuits (ASICs). These components have… CONTINUE READING
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