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Soft Hardware
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Soft hardware is digital logic that is designed to be implemented on reconfigurable hardware such as programmable logic devices instead of being fabricated as an actual integrated circuit. Soft hardware is typically coded in a language like VHDL or Verlog and is designed to be implemented on an FPGA.

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