FPGA Modules for XMC Systems
Acromag’s high-performance XMC FPGA modules feature a user-customizable Artix®-7, Xilinx® Kintex-7, Virtex-6, Virtex-5 or Spartan-6 FPGA. These modules allow you to develop and store your own instruction sets in the FPGA for a variety of adaptive computing applications. Select from several models with up to 410K logic cells optimized for logic, DSP, or PowerPC. The DDR3 SDRAM and a PCI Express interface rapidly move data.
Although there is no limit to the uses for Acromag’s XMC form factor FPGA I/O boards, several applications are ideal for this new technology. Common uses include sonar, radar, hardware simulation, automated test equipment, protocol conversion, in-circuit diagnostics, military servers, telecommunication, and digital signal processing. Typical applications for conduction-cooled models include manned and unmanned vehicles, battleground SIGINT and communications systems, deployment on tanks, or any system where ambient or forced air can’t provide adequate cooling.
An FPGA engineering design kit and software utilities with examples simplify your programming and get you started quickly. A JTAG interface enables on-board VHDL simulation.
Acromag’s XMC-7K modules feature a high-performance user-configurable AMD Xilinx® Kintex® 7 FPGA enhanced with high-speed memory and a high-throughput serial interface.
The logic-optimized FPGA is well-suited for a broad range of applications.
Acromag's XMC form factor FPGA I/O boards are versatile and can be used in a wide range of applications. Some common uses include sonar, radar, hardware simulation, automated test equipment, protocol conversion, in-circuit diagnostics, military servers, telecommunication, and digital signal processing. These boards are well-suited for high-performance applications that require fast processing and flexible I/O options.
The conduction-cooled models of these boards are particularly useful in environments where ambient or forced air cannot provide adequate cooling, such as in manned or unmanned vehicles, battlefield SIGINT and communications systems, and deployment on tanks. These boards are designed to withstand harsh conditions and can operate in extreme temperatures.
Acromag provides a comprehensive engineering design kit and software utilities with examples to help users get started quickly with programming their FPGA I/O boards. The JTAG interface also enables on-board VHDL simulation, which can be useful for testing and debugging code.
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