Kits FPGA Low Cost

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 Catégorie

Nom kits

Caractéristiques 

Prix ($) 

Zynq     Parallella-16 Micro-Server   Zynq 7010 board, which includes a dual ARM A9. Also available on the board are the Epiphany 16-core CPU Accelerator, 1GB RAM, 126 Mb flash

 119

 Parallella-16 Desktop  Expands on the Micro-Server and adds high speed expansion ports with 24 GPIOs (and other Epiphany signals), HDMI, and USB 2.0 host.

 149

 Digilent ZYBO  gives you a Zynq 7010, 512MB, HDMI source/sink, VGA, gigabit Ethernet, USB, audio, 6 buttons, 4 switches, 5 LEDs, and 40 I/Os (5 PMODs), including analogue inputs.

 125

 MicroZed   provides a Zynq 7010, 1GB, 128 Mb flash, SD card, gigabit Ethernet, USB 2.0, 100 I/Os (48 LVDS pairs) and 2 PMODs, 1 LED and 1 switch.

 199

Spartan-6     Digilent Nexys 3  Virtually renders the Nexys 2 obsolete. It includes Spartan-6 LX16, a bunch of I/Os, a high-speed VHDCI connector (with matched pairs, but unfortunately it doesn’t look like all traces are length matched), 10/100 Ethernet, USB host and USB-RS232, VGA, cellular RAM that sounds suspiciously like it won’t work with the MIG, and 16MB of phase-change non-volatile memory. Gives the Atlys a run for its money (if your design is not limited by the smaller FPGA).

 119

 Papilio Pro   Spartan-6 LX9 board that retains compatibility with expansion wings made for the original Papilio. It features USB 2.0 for JTAG programming and serial comms, 64 Mbit SDRAM, and 64 MBit SPI flash. The design is released under a Creative Commons license.

 85

 The Mojo  LX9 board that provides 84 digital I/O pins, 8 analog inputs (via an ATmega16U4), 8 LEDs, configuration flash, and USB programming (via the ATmega). The design is CC licensed.

 75

 Numato Mimas   provides a Spartan-6 LX9, 16 Mb flash, 100 MHz oscillator, USB programming interface, 8 LEDs, four switches, and 70 I/Os.

 50

Spartan-3

   

 Elbert   Small board with a Spartan-3A 50K, 1Mbit of SPI flash (half of which can be used for data storage), 8 LEDs, four SPST switches, 8 DIP switches, and 26 accessible I/Os. An on-board PIC18F provides support for programming the flash over USB using a Windows-only configuration utility. I have written a more comprehensive review.

 50

 miniSpartan3   Spartan-3A 50 ($25) or 200 ($35) module with an HDMI port, 41 digital I/Os, a 4-channel, 8-bit 200 KSPS ADC, SPI flash, 32 MHz oscillator, three LEDs, two DIP switches, USB-serial and on-board USB JTAG.

30

 MicroNova Mercury  Provides a 200K Spartan-3A in a breadboard-friendly 64-pin DIP module form factor. It provides 30 5V-tolerant I/Os, 9 other I/Os, an 8 channel, 200 Ksps ADC, 4 LEDs, a switch, 4 Mb SRAM, and programming over USB (with a Windows programming application). JTAG interface pins are also broken out.

 70

 XuLA-200  Fits a 200K Spartan-3A to a very small PCB with USB, a PIC18F, 8 MB of SDRAM, 2 Mb of flash, and user IO headers. It could be used as a plug-in module, or since the design is open source (with Eagle files), as the basis for a custom board (as long as it is also open source, as per the license).

 55

Gameduino  Arduino shield that contains a Spartan-3A 200K. It is intended to be an audio and video coprocessor for Arduino applications, but could be repurposed as a general-purpose FPGA interface board with the Arduino form factor. VGA and audio outputs, with SPI flash.

53

Aessent aes220 Small stackable module that combines a Spartan-3AN 200 (or 400) with a Cypress FX2LP USB controller, 128Mb SDRAM, 16 KB EEPROM, 72 GPIOs, 5 LEDs, 2 switches, and power via USB or external supply.

120

Lattice FleaFPGA  Board that features a MachXO2-7000HE with 256Mbit SDRAM, 512Kbit SRAM, USB 2 host, USB serial, VGA/composite video output, stereo audio, SD slot, PS/2 keyboard or mouse port, 18 GPIOs, 2 buttons, 4 LEDs, and built-in USB JTAG.

65

LatticeXP2  Dev board with a bit of a caveat – the programmer needs a parallel port, and the USB programming cable, sold separately, costs $149! The FPGA is a pretty low end part with: compared to the XC3S500E it has 176Kb vs 433Kb RAM, 12 vs 20 multipliers, and 5K LUTs vs 9K1.

43

iCEblink40-HX1K Board with USB programmer, four LEDs, four capacitive touch buttons, configuration PROM, 68 digital I/Os through 0.1″ headers, and supposedly some PMOD and Arduino shield compatibility.

39

Bugblat pif Raspberry Pi add-on board that provides a MachXO2-1200 or -7000, 17 external I/Os (in addition to those used to communicate with the Raspberry Pi), two LEDs, and programming circuitry.

25

Actel IGLOO nano  It has switches and LEDs onboard, USB-serial, a USB programming adaptor, and what looks like plenty of low speed I/O.

99

Altera DE0-Nano provides a Cyclone IV, 16 Mbit flash, USB programmer, 3-axis accelerometer, 8-channel 12-bit ADC, 106 pins over three expansion headers, 32 MB SDRAM, 2 Kb EEPROM, 8 LEDs, 4 DIP switches, and two push button switches in a very small package.

59

Terasic Altera DE0 For something that looks comparable to Digilent’s Nexys2, though the connectors aren’t suitable for high speed use.

79

Arrow BeMicro You’d need the corresponding protoboard to use any of the I/Os. Mainly intended for embedded processor development. There’s a short review highlighting some of the other limitations.

49

Amani F2  puts a Cyclone II EP2C5 with 4608 LEs on an Arduino shield. It provides 74 digital I/Os, including two PMod interfaces, a JTAG port, a push button, and an LED. A pad is provided for an EPCS1 flash memory device. The designs are CC licensed.

50

 

Kit de développement FPGA  Elbert V2 – Spartan 3A ($29.95)

Kit de développement FPGA  Elbert V2 - Spartan 3A  (4)

ELBERT V2 is a simple but versatile FPGA Learning/Development board featuring Xilinx Spartan 3A FPGA. An excellent choice for beginners and advance learners for experimenting and learning system design with FPGAs. This development board features Xilinx XC3S50A 144 pin FPGA with maximum 108 user IOs (Some IOs are dedicated for system and peripherals). USB2 interface provides fast and easy configuration download to the on board SPI flash. You don’t need a programmer or special downloader cable to download bit stream to Elbert. ELBERT V2 features a stable clock source which is derived from on board configuration controller. ELBERT V2 incorporates LEDs, switches and other peripherals for curious users to get started with “Hello World” program in a matter of minutes. Academic pricing is available for students and faculty.

Board features

  • FPGA: Spartan XC3S50A in TQG144 package
  • Flash memory: 16 Mb SPI flash memory (M25P16)
  • USB 2.0 interface for On-board flash programming
  • FPGA configuration via JTAG and USB
  • 8 LEDs ,Six Push Buttons and 8 way DIP switch for user defined application
  • VGA output
  • Stereo audio out
  • Micro SD Card Adapter
  • Three Seven Segment Displays
  • 39 IOs for user defined purposes
  • On-board voltage regulators for single power rail operation
  • ROHS Compliant

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