App note: FPGA power supply considerations

App note from Vishay Siliconix, giving us tips on powering FPGAs. Link here (PDF)

An FPGA is a device that offers many logic elements – up to 1 million gates in a single device at this writing – as well as other functionality such as transceivers, PLLs, and MAC units for complex processing. FPGAs are becoming very powerful, and the need to power the devices effectively is a key, if often underestimated, part of the design. A straightforward power supply design process can significantly reduce the number of required design iterations for the OEM designer.

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