What is FPGA (field-programmable gate array)?

A field-programmable gate array (FPGA) is an incorporated circuit intended to be arranged by a client or a creator subsequent to assembling – thus the term “field-programmable”. FPGAs, logic blocks additionally incorporate memory components, which may be straightforward flip-flops of memory. The FPGA design is by and large determined utilizing a hardware description language (HDL). FPGAs have a role in embedded framework improvement because of their capability to start system software (SW) development simultaneously with hardware (HW), empower framework execution reenactments at a beginning stage of the development.