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FPGA stands for Field Programmable Gate Array.
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field-programmable gate array (FPGA)

(1) a programmable logic device that consists of a matrix of programmable cells embedded in a programmable routing mesh. The combined programming of the cell functions and routing network define the function of the device.

(2) a gate array with a programmable multi-level logic network. Reprogrammability of FPGAs make them generic hardware and allow them to be reprogrammed to serve many different applications. FPGAs consist of SRAMS, gates, latches, and programmable interconnects.
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