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Digilent Cmod A7

The Digilent Cmod A7 is a small, breadboard friendly 48-pin DIP form factor board built around a Xilinx Artix-7 FPGA. The board also includes a USB-JTAG programming circuit, USB-UART bridge, clock source, Pmod host connector, SRAM, Quad-SPI Flash, and basic I/O devices. These components make it a formidable, albeit compact, platform for digital logic circuits and MicroBlaze embedded soft-core processor designs using Xilinx's development software, Vivado. There are 44 Digital FPGA I/O signals and two FPGA Analog inputs that are routed to 100-mil-spaced through-hole pins so that you can integrate your programmable logic design directly into a solderless breadboard circuit. At just 0.7” by 2.75”, it can also be loaded in a standard socket and used in embedded systems.

FPGA-Fractals 1920x1080x60 Real-Time on USB Power

“FPGA-based real-time fractal generation. Fully pipelined, dynamic resource allocation, up to 18000 MMUL/s. Float matrix math on J1B CPU. Fractal generation is a popular FPGA design exercise. For example, Stanford university used it as lab assignment already in …

Programming Digilent FPGAs Using NI Multisim

“Whether you just like to tinker in your garage or you work with them professionally, knowing how to use and program FPGAs is a definite plus for anybody. The problem is that every company that makes FPGAs has their own …