DarkRISC-V Targets low-cost Xilinx Spartan-6 Family of FPGAs
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DarkRISC-V Targets low-cost Xilinx Spartan-6 Family of FPGAs

Developed in the dark hours of the night, between 2 and 8 o’clock in the morning of August 19th by Marcelo Samsoniuk, the DarkRISC-V stack is an experimental open source implementation of the RISC-V standard targeting the low-cost Xilinx Spartan-6 family of FPGAs. Following a week of...

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Nuand’s Launches the BladeRF 2.0 Micro With FPGA Support
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Nuand’s Launches the BladeRF 2.0 Micro With FPGA Support

Everyone believes the future is going to be bright and a lot are betting that smart devices of the future will have the ability to self-adapt to its environment and that's why some are backing on Cognitive Radios which are Software Defined Radios with AI. Our world is becoming crowded...

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iCEBreaker FPGA – Open source iCE40 FPGA development board
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iCEBreaker FPGA – Open source iCE40 FPGA development board

The first open source iCE40 FPGA development board designed for teachers and students. It's comming soon on CrowdSupply. Are you ready to venture into the brave new world of digital logic design? The iCEBreaker FPGA board is specifically designed for you. It’s designed to work out of...

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Cheap FPGA Development Boards List
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Cheap FPGA Development Boards List

joel @ joelw.id.au has compiled a list of the cheapest available FPGA development boards. The list contains many boards from various manufacturers. He writes: When choosing a development board, consider what you get with it and what you want to use it for. FPGAs are ideal for use with...

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PicoEVB, PCIe FPGA Design in a Compact and Affordable Device
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PicoEVB, PCIe FPGA Design in a Compact and Affordable Device

FPGA (Field-programmable gate arrays) devices have gained popularity in the past few years, mainly because of their ability to “become” any digital circuit given that there are enough logic blocks. These devices have endless applications and are sometimes faster which is why they...

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Arduino Unveils its First FPGA Board with MKR Vidor 4000, and an updated Uno WiFi Board
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Arduino Unveils its First FPGA Board with MKR Vidor 4000, and an updated Uno WiFi Board

One of the most significant players of the open-hardware movement, The Arduino (Arduino Foundation) has finally released a set of exciting new boards after long time. The Arduino movement at some point had some legal troubles which affected the pace of hardware development, and after...

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Getting started with FPGA? Try the Arduino IDE Compatible Snō Module
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Getting started with FPGA? Try the Arduino IDE Compatible Snō Module

Field-programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) are the next generation of programmable logic devices. Although they are fantastic devices for circuit programming, finding your way around them might not be so easy. Designing with FPGAs comes with considerable difficulty, due to its elusive nature...

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BeagleWire is an Open Source FPGA Board With BeagleBone Compatibility
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BeagleWire is an Open Source FPGA Board With BeagleBone Compatibility

Beaglebone boards are low power open source single board computers created to teach open source hardware and software to makers. However, BeagleWire is a development platform designed for use with Beaglebone board. BeagleWire is a Beaglebone compatible shield based on the Lattice iCE40HX...

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