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posted in July 2013

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Comment: The Next Phase Is... - DrFPGA - 7/24/2013
Prototyping Software: What Do You Do?
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7/22/2013   4 comments
We could use example code via an evaluation kit as the basis for our design, but then so could everyone else, which means it will be difficult for us to differentiate our design from the competition.
Options for Embedded System Prototyping
Blog  
7/12/2013   3 comments
An FPGA or MCU development board may be the most common prototyping platform for embedded systems, but it isn't the only one.
The Next Market for FPGAs
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7/10/2013   7 comments
After conquering ASICs and ASSPs, FPGAs seem to be on the path to dominating much larger markets.
Comment: Re: Infographics R Us - DrFPGA - 7/6/2013
FPGA Development Boards: The Universal Prototyping Tool?
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7/5/2013   13 comments
With the growing availability of expansion boards like the FPGA Mezzanine Card, it is easier than ever to create a target hardware platform on which you can begin development.
Comment: Re: Infographics R Us - DrFPGA - 7/4/2013
Configurable Processors as an Alternative to FPGAs
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7/3/2013   3 comments
An exploration of using configurable processors as an alternative to the traditional FPGA approach to creating a custom system.
Comment: Re: Is it secure? - DrFPGA - 7/1/2013
Comment: Less Stuff - DrFPGA - 7/1/2013


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