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2/15/2011 09:32 PM EST
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Max The Magnificent
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Max The Magnificent   5/17/2012 3:59:06 PM
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Well, you can use any FPGA do do pretty much anything (keeping capacity and performance limitation in mind), but the Tabular devices are more targeted at high-end communications applications. So are you trying to design your own CPU? Have you done anything like this before?

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taodac   5/17/2012 3:56:13 PM
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I would like to know if this board is appropriate for CPU design? PS: I am a beginner and am in the process of learning about Digital design

Max The Magnificent
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Max The Magnificent   2/28/2011 4:24:36 PM
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I would say that one killer app was communications -- these devices have great capacity and great performance for a very reasonable cost

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DrFPGA   2/26/2011 6:34:41 PM
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Still waiting to hear of the killer application for these devices. Anyone have a real world example that really makes sense?

Max The Magnificent
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Max The Magnificent   2/16/2011 2:59:48 AM
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Arrgggh -- I would have to say the jetpack because I have lusted after it for so long...

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David Ashton   2/15/2011 10:17:38 PM
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Which would you rather have Max - 7 of these or a jetpack?

Max The Magnificent
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Max The Magnificent   2/15/2011 9:46:34 PM
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You have to admit that this is a pretty "beefy" board -- this is intended for real-world heavy-duty design projects -- if you happen to lay your hands on one I would love to hear about your experiences with it (max@CliveMaxfield.com)

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