Low Cost FPGA Development Board: Posedge-One FPGA Develop Board 3D view: http://posedge.ir/upload/posedgeOne3D.pdf features: - Xilinx Spartan6-LX9 - USB On-Board Programer (Full support with Xilinx softwares) - 4 Mb SRAM - USB 2.0 (Speed: 10 MB/s) - 64 Mbit Flash memory - 48 I/O - 24 MHz Oscillator Hardware guide: http://posedge.ir/posedgeone_hardware_guide/
Price? Availability? Target group?
Looks almost like the Papillio Pro.
?The linked points to an arabic website?! No Video-Output, No LED's, No user-Button, no storage-IF (i.e. SD-Card) -> as standalone board useless. ?Is there any USB-driver so the USB-port can be used as painless UART-PC connection? Best regards
The board is suitable for beginners and semi-professionals. More input is to give users the freedom to make use of them. Similar to papilio wings also includes VGA, LED, Switch, Camera, 7segment, LCD and .... USB port is for two purposes. Programmer and serial communication with the outside world. The board manufactured in Iran and its price is set at $ 60.
Great to see things like this coming from your region. I like the small modifications you made to the original Papillio Pro design, as for example the connections from the FT2232 to the FPGA.
Abolfazl wrote: > The board manufactured in Iran and its price is set at $ 60. Putting an $ 5 FPGA on a simple PCB with a few additional parts and price it at $ 60 is not really "Low Cost". this ist comparable and costs only $30: https://www.arrow.com/en/products/bemicromax10/arrow-development-tools/#page-1 So you have to point out, why your product is the better Solution. Sönke P. wrote: > Great to see things like this coming from your region. I didnt know this is possible due export regulations.
The Posedge is comparable to papilio-pro both in functionality and price. the papilio-pro price is about 85k $. as mr. peters mentioned, one of the advantages of posedge over papilio-pro is the interface between fpga and ft2232h which allows a high speed (10MB/s) usb connection between host and fpga.