Anyone here actually do meaningful stuff with FPGA devices?


Joined Aug 17, 2020
I bought a couple of books on this subject about 18 months ago, but barely spent any time. They are intriguing but I'd like hear of any actual projects people here have built that leverage and 'program' their own devices.
FPGAs are especially valuable for prototyping application-explicit incorporated circuits (ASICs) or processors. A FPGA can be reconstructed until the ASIC or processor configuration is conclusive and sans bug and the real assembling of the last ASIC starts. Intel itself utilizes FPGAs to model new chips.