What is the diffrences between lattice's FPGA and Xilinx's FPGA


What is the diffrences between lattice's FPGA and Xilinx's FPGA

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Lattice FPGAs are made by Lattice at

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Xilinx FPGAs are made by Xilinx at

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There are 7 letters in Lattice There are 6 letters in Xilinx

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Philip Freidin

I suppose you mean the FPGA's difference. Xilinx's FPGA is main-stream. It based on SRAM tech while Lattice's FPGA based on Flash tech. Which means Xilinx's FPGA have to be initilized before use and requires more dynamic current. But Flash-based FPGA have must have some short-coming. Something like not easy to write, etc. So it may requires higher cost. Anyone know more?

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I think the OP needs to say which of the many series of both vendors he is comparing. For example Lattice EC/ECP series vs Spartan 3, between which there are many fewer differences than with the flash-based parts you mentioned...

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