Developer Guide


Adaptive Logic Module (ALM)

The basic building block in an FPGA is an adaptive logic module (ALM).
A simplified ALM consists of a lookup table (LUT) and an output register from which the compiler can build any arbitrary Boolean logic circuit.
The following figure illustrates a simplified ALM:
Adaptive Logic Module
Simplified ALM

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