Interface of FMC 150 ADC to Kintex-705 FPGA Board Requirement- Conversion of an analog signal (70Mhz) to Digital Signal.
No problem. Costs you 400 bucks only.
Mayank wrote: > Interface of FMC 150 ADC to Kintex-705 FPGA Board Please provide mor details. FMC is just a connector standard. There are many ADCs. And there are also many Kintex FPGA Boards. There exists no Kintex-705. You may mean the Board KC705 of the Vendor Xilinx. The detailed part number is EK-K7-KC705-G. So which ADC is used?
Analog devices has a lot of 'poor man's interface driver and code' to connect their devices with the Xilinx kintex board: https://wiki.analog.com/resources/fpga/peripherals/jesd204
Peter P wrote: > No problem. Costs you 400 bucks only. That's super cheap! You should take that offer.
User32 wrote: > You should take that offer. I will do so if I need such code. Mayank wrote: > Interface of FMC 150 ADC to Kintex-705 FPGA Board Is that a commercial request to find a freelancer? If so: accept the offer. It's really cheap. Or is it some homework? If so: provide more specific information. And then start of your own and ask for help on specific topics. You will not get the entire job done by others just by begging. After all it's your homework.
Its student project.if you have code please share.Fpga board is kintex KC 705 and ADC is FMC 150
FPGA IS XILINX KINTEX KC 705 and ADC is FMC 150
Mayank wrote: > Its student project.if you have code please share. You seem to be missing the point of that student project. You won't learn much if you just grab someone else's code and pretend it's yours.
Mayank wrote: > Fpga board is kintex KC 705 and ADC is FMC 150 Didn't you get what FPGA NOTFALLSEELSORGE wrote: >>> FMC is just a connector standard. Mayank wrote: > Its student project. Did you read and understand what I wrote? No? Ask a fellow student to translate it for you. BTW: up to now we do not even know the HDL you have to use...
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Mayank wrote: > Its student project.if you have code please share.Fpga board is kintex > KC 705 and ADC is FMC 150 THE REASON WHY YOU SHOULD DEAL WITH THE FPGA IS TO LEARN ABOUT THE FPGA, THE BOARD, THE SPECIFIC DEMANDS, THE FUNCTIONAL DEMANDS AND HOW TO COMBINE THESE ALL TO DERIVE A CIRCUIT FROM IN ORDER TO BE ABLE TO PROGRAM THE CODE YOURSELF. IF YOU DO NOT WANT TO DO THIS STAY AWAY FROM THE UNIVERSITY AND FACE ANOTHER PROFESSION. SERIOUSLY: During my daily work with young professionals I have to deal more and more often with people like you, who can do almost nothing, because during their studies they only learned to copy something from somewhere else, instead of taking the time to seriously deal with it and build up knowledge. Since they have decoupled themselves from the learning process at some point, they can apparently (but not really) manage very complex projects, which leads to their professors approaching them with ever greater tasks. In the end, we have a huge pile of super engineers who come up with great projects that make you dizzy when you compare it to your own academic achievements during your personal studies, but the reality is that these graduates don't know the basics, can't think anymore and are no longer able to draw meaningful conclusions. For the smallest and simplest things, they then need a Youtube video, because otherwise they totally fail. And I'm not saying this out of prejudice, but just from the experience of my daily work. Today's bachelor graduates have not learned to think and many are not even able to work or willing to work but are lazy. The only thing they know is how to copy something from somewhere. gtx from the FPGA Academy
Tl,dr: Earlier sere wos mor tinsel - as Mr. Hoppenstedt sen. used to say. SCNR, WK