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Using FPGAs to solve challenges in industrial applications

11/22/2011 04:32 PM EST
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HANUMANTHA.RAJU
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HANUMANTHA.RAJU   3/16/2013 6:29:45 AM
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The processing of still images with 25-30 frames per second of large size video frames (resolution of 1024x1024 pixels)is still not possible with Digital Signal Processors.

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alireza4022   6/1/2012 3:55:05 PM
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hello doctor I'm electronics engineer from Iran.... I working in FPGA and I have got a electronics company in Iran.... can you send me a document for it, until I understand it very good?

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DrFPGA   11/25/2011 7:37:03 PM
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This would be a much more interesting article if a comparison to Standrd DSP oriented processors was included in enough detail to show where standard DSPs would be better than FPGAs and where FPGAs would be better than standard DSPs. Anyone at Xilinx up to the challenge? maybe a series of Point Counterpoints with Xilinx vs DSP vendors for a set of different applications? That would be much more interesting to me...

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