FPGAs and ASICs are two different types of chips used for programming. FPGA chip can provide the necessary flexibility but only ASIC chip can provide higher performance requirements. FPGA SoCs offer a solution which provides some performance and low power benefits of an ASIC and flexibility of a FPGA. FPGA SOC is a hybrid device which gains attraction in the market. This article shows how application of NoC in FPGA SoC can be helpful.
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