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Xilinx unveils defense-grade Spartan-6Q, Virtex-6Q FPGAs

11/8/2010 09:56 PM EST
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re: Xilinx unveils defense-grade Spartan-6Q, Virtex-6Q FPGAs
J-TX   11/10/2010 4:01:47 PM
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Get your order in right now, so they can make your delivery some time in 2013.......

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Perftrends   11/10/2010 7:45:29 AM
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I am new entry for digital design, I am developing one High speed DAQ which sampling rate to be 3Gsps, Occurred data to be store in the bulk memory, retrieval by data to be send to VME bus in slow rate for offline analysis. How would i use Virtex-6Q for above application, Is it possible?. If possible, May you provide the reference design or guideline.. My Mail ID: sakthiganesh.82@gmail.com Mob: 09962148412

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