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Small and easy-to-use FPGA boards for interfacing and control

Clive Maxfield
11/20/2007 05:00 PM EST

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re: Small and easy-to-use FPGA boards for interfacing and control
byte   11/28/2007 11:21:43 AM
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I would add the fpga4fun store - the KNJN site (www.knjn.com): For example take a look at RS232 boards starting as low as 30$ with Altera's ACEX EP1K10TC100 and about 50$ for Altera's Cyclone EP1C3T100 + 1Mbits FPGA boot-PROM device: http://www.knjn.com/ShopBoards_RS232.html

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re: Small and easy-to-use FPGA boards for interfacing and control
Nato2007   11/24/2007 4:07:44 PM
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I should also mention the boards by Digilent (www.digilentinc.com). They have a couple CPLD boards for ~$50, an FPGA board for $59 with integrated USB programmer (Basys), and a couple FPGA boards for $100.

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Nato2007   11/24/2007 3:58:47 PM
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I'll start with an easy one: Xilinx has the X-board (XC2C256 - a 256 macrocell CPLD) and seems to have a promo price of $25. PN is HW-CRII-SK-G-PROMO. There is also a $100 version including ADC, DAC, RS232, Audio Amp, etc. peripheral boards.

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