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Started by Steve Dekorte in FPGA-CPU11 years ago

Are there any FPGA PCI boards that support tools that work on OSX?

Are there any FPGA PCI boards that support tools that work on OSX?


Re: why FPGA?

Started by Jeff Brower in FPGA-CPU13 years ago 4 replies

Austin- > I disagree. That may not be an option, and in that case, the better > solution is to use quickswitches, which do in...

Austin- > I disagree. That may not be an option, and in that case, the better > solution is to use quickswitches, which do in fact work just fine. The > issue I personally have with it is the larger FPGAs are simply not 5V > tolerant, and the majority of PCI busses


Re: why FPGA?

Started by Jeff Brower in FPGA-CPU13 years ago 3 replies

Eric- > > I just ripped the 220 Rs out of a Mini PCI design and found enough > > board space for switches. > > Austin...

Eric- > > I just ripped the 220 Rs out of a Mini PCI design and found enough > > board space for switches. > > Austin wrote: > > P.S. BTW, are you making a 5V only, or a "universal" card (3.3V and 5V)? > > MiniPCI is


Re: why FPGA?

Started by Austin Franklin in FPGA-CPU13 years ago

Hi Peter, > A bus on a real circuit card and with real connectors will have > signal-signal > capacitance, this is...

Hi Peter, > A bus on a real circuit card and with real connectors will have > signal-signal > capacitance, this is guaranteed. My point was, there is nothing in the PCI spec that covers this signal to signal capacitance. > Signal-signal cr


Good FPGA developmnet Board

Started by Ben A. Abderazek in FPGA-CPU14 years ago 1 reply

Hello helpers, I need to buy an FPGA to implement a 32-bit RISC-like processor. I found this board: APEX PCI Development Kit...

Hello helpers, I need to buy an FPGA to implement a 32-bit RISC-like processor. I found this board: APEX PCI Development Kit (APEX 20KE) from Altera ( http://www.altera.com/produc ts/devkits/kit-dev_platforms.jsp