An FPGA is a field-programmable gate array, which is an integrated circuit that can actually be configured AFTER manufacturing by either a consumer or designer. Since it is a configurable semiconductor device, it has all sorts of applications in a variety of sectors. In fact, there might not even be a sector that exists that cannot be affected by the FPGA, and this will continue to be exemplified for decades to come.


Some of the applications are obvious, while others might surprise. For example, an FPGA can be an integral tool to the consumer market, in that it can integrate various functions into one device, such as converged handsets and digital flat panel displays, for example. It could also be utilized in the industrial sector for applications such as automation and surveillance, as well. There are obvious applications when it comes to the automotive, defense, and medical sectors, as well.


The applications of the field-programmable gate array are varied, and they are considered to be an essential part of future technological trends that are considered some of the markets with the most potential right now – such as Big Data and the Internet of Things. When it comes to product development, automation, and device interaction, FPGA specialists certainly have a bright and interesting future in the job market.

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    1) Write a SystemC description for a D-flipflop. 2) Write a testbench for the circuit. 3) Perform systemC logic simulation to the above circuit and print out the waveform output. 4) Explain how you justify that your Verilog file is correct or not.

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    Translate the code into verilog keeping the same logic of the code.

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