FPGA's Programmable Technology
Explore the world of FPGA programmable technology with our comprehensive article. Discover the latest advancements and delve into the intricacies of different FPGA technologies, including the current mainstream options.
Date: May 24, 2023
An FPGA (Field Programmable Gate Array) is a product that has evolved further based on programmable devices such as PAL (Programmable Array Logic) and GAL (Generic Array Logic). It emerged as a type of semi-custom circuit in the application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) doma...
Date: Apr 20, 2023
UltraScale - FPGAs Based on 20nm Process
UltraScale is a 20nm process-based FPGA, while UltraScale+ is a 16nm process-based FPGA, and although the process is different, the internal architecture is the same. The UltraScale architecture described below also applies to UltraScale+ if not otherwise stated.
Date: Mar 20, 2023
Why use SDRAM for FPGA development boards
SDRAM has a synchronization interface that waits for a clock signal before responding to a control input to synchronise it with the computer's system bus.
Date: Nov 02, 2022
Matter Standard - The Future of Smart Home Design
The smart home market is estimated to be worth approximately $53 billion. Years of research and development in wireless communications have produced network protocols such as Bluetooth, Thread, and Zigbee.
Date: Oct 22, 2022
Although the configuration modes of FPGAs vary, the workflow of FPGAs is the same throughout the configuration process, which is divided into three parts: setup, load, and boot.
Date: Oct 18, 2022
What efforts has Google made to advance RISC-V development?
Among the founding members of the RISC-V International Foundation, many have already contributed to the development of the RISC-V ecosystem, such as SiFive, Crystal Heart, Syntacore, Codasip, Lattice, Microchip, etc., have launched RISC-V IP core solutions, and Loxin has also lau...
Date: Oct 11, 2022
FPGA Basics: What is FPGA, and why do you need it?
Designers are always looking for ways to build system architectures that provide the best computing solutions for all application needs. In many cases, this optimal solution often requires field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs). Still, unfortunately, many designers are unfamiliar...
Date: Oct 10, 2022
The Difference Between FPGA and ASIC
FPGA is the product of further development based on PAL, GAL, CPLD, and other programmable devices. It emerged as a semi-custom circuit in the field of Application Specific Integrated Circuits (ASICs), solving the shortcomings of custom circuits and overcoming the shortcomings of...
Date: Oct 06, 2022
Key Materials for 5G Applications
GaN materials have a unique advantage over Si/SiC. aN is a third-generation, wide-band semiconductor material and a latecomer to SiC, which has been developing for over a decade. Power devices are wide-band materials with similar performance advantages to SiC but the potential fo...
Date: Sep 29, 2022
How to implement NVMe SSD interface on Xilinx ZCU102 evaluation kit
Button debounce and single pulse generator circuit in FPGA development
FPGA Spartan-3 Family 1M Gates 17280 Cells 725MHz 90nm Technology 1.2V 676-Pin FBGA
FPGA XC3000 Family 1.5K Gates 64 Cells 100MHz 5V 68-Pin PLCC