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CodeWarrior1241
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CodeWarrior1241   1/19/2012 8:29:58 PM
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@Mark F: Yes, there is a way to do red/black separation on one FPGA device. It is called Secure Chip Crypto (SCC), or alternatively the Isolated Design Flow (IDF). Both mean the same thing, and are supported exclusively by Xilinx. Contact an FAE for more details.

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Mark F   1/17/2012 6:11:14 PM
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When you combine the red FPGA, black FPGA, red GPP, and black GPP into one device, has care been taken to provide the black/red separation required by the military? If yes, how is it accomplished?

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JanineLove   1/10/2012 6:06:38 PM
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This article comes to the RF & Microwave Designline courtesy of Xilinx Xcell Journal

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