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12/12/2011 07:18 PM EST
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re: Hot new rev of Lattice Diamond design software available
Max The Magnificent   12/13/2011 1:54:48 PM
Websites like what? I've never heard of them (grin) The problems is that there are so many components with so many different architectural features that it's almost impossible to compare them meaningfully without knowing the requirements of the target application...

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sharps_eng   12/13/2011 8:27:17 AM
Any academic FPGA vendor comparisons published? I used Lattice a few years back and found it more usable than Xilinx or Altera. However their density was at that time low-ish (not a problem for me, the architecture suited my digital video app so it was more efficient). Can anyone suggest a recent resource/review comparing the various FPGA vendors products? I have found some $3000 reports and lots of commercial bias, EDA vendors(Mentor) and websites like www.FPGACENTRAL com contain some information but have to remain neutral, and more.

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