Jun 042014
 

Hurry to the Kickstarter, pledge this:

This kit is small, smaller than a credit card at only 1.8 in x 3.0 in. That means you can put it inside some pretty small projects.  It is bread board friendly, so you can quickly connect it to a shield or to a bread board.

It features:

  • The Spartan6 LX9 FPGA from Xilinx, one of the best FPGAs on the market.

  • An on-board USB JTAG Programmer to power and program your FPGA with any open source programmer, like the one inside our own Scarab IDE.

  • An on board USB interface that powers the board and allows communication with the PC at speeds up to 480Mbps. (That’s fast enough to make a logic analyzer. Check our website for updates on projects and tutorials).

  • An on-board HDMI port. Instead of using VGA output on your projects, now you can go HDMI.

  • An 8-channel analog to digital converter running at 1 MSPS with 8 bit resolution. So you can start connecting real world sensors to your FPGA kit.

  • Memory: 32MB of SDRAM, 64Mbit of SPI Flash and a microSD card interface.

  • stereo audio output jack using 1-bit sigma-delta DAC to start playing your music.

  • 24 Digital I/O pins.

  • 8 LEDs.

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