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Thu, 23 Jan 2020
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Tue, 21 Jan 2020
Xilinx Sues Analog Devices Alleging Infringement Of Eight Patents
Tue, 21 Jan 2020
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Thu, 23 Jan 2020
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Tue, 14 Jan 2020
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Wed, 08 Jan 2020
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Thu, 26 Dec 2019
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Custom Products ...
 
CLVL - 2006 ver 1.0
CLVL - 2006 version 1.0 is a set of 3 custom boards.
  This 3 boards will interconnect 2 D2SB boards, 1 Spartan-3 board and 1 NET1 accessory board (boards from Digilent with Xilinx FPGAs).
With this kit a virtual laboratory can be easily set up by connecting multiple modules into one LAN. One module can be used by 2 independent users at once or as a more complex test board.
The user has 40 IO to communicate to one D2SB board. The 2 D2SB boards are linked together by 96 IO so they could easily be used as a pair.
Using the large number (40) of programmable IO ports and a programmable clock generated from the management board (the Spartan-3 board), the user can implement a wide variety of projects and can use the entire Spartan 2E FPGA (XC2S200E) from the D2SB board as if it was right on his/her desk.
 
CL3S500E
CL3S500E is a development platform with XC3S500E Spartan 3E FPGA
This board requires only one power supply (3.3V).
It can use up to 110 IOs (single ended or 55 differential pairs).
Has an onboard clock (50MHz) and flash (4M for configuration and data storage - M25P40).
One Laptop
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