Category Archives: FPGA Design

Subaru Selects Xilinx to Power New-Generation EyeSight System

24/08/2020, hardwarebee

SAN JOSE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Xilinx, Inc. (NASDAQ: XLNX) today announced that its technology is powering the new version of Subaru’s vision-based advanced driver-assistance system (ADAS), EyeSight. Integrated into the all-new Subaru Levorg, the new EyeSight system will provide advanced features including adaptive cruise control, lane-keep assist and pre-collision braking, putting best-in-class safety

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10 Mistakes FPGA Engineers Should Avoid

14/07/2020, hardwarebee

This document provides a list of ten mistakes that RTL/FPGA design engineers typically make in their design and provides suggestions and alternatives which can be used as a solution for the same. This document assumes that the reader already has a base in RTL design and digital electronics.
 
Having

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Understanding FPGA to ASIC Conversion

14/07/2020, hardwarebee

The world of electronics and circuitry continues to grow and evolve every day, making significant process with each new advent and invention. When it comes to hardware, especially considering integrated circuits, it plays a key and central role in the development of the simplest as well as the most complex

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Xilinx vs. Intel High-End FPGA Series Comparison

28/05/2020, hardwarebee

This article provides a comprehensive comparison between the high-performance FPGA family of both Xilinx and Intel and will help you chose your next FPGA chip wisely.
 
The document is divided into the following subsections with numerous subsections which dive deeper into each topic:
 

Feature comparison for high

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Best Practices and Guidelines for FPGA Designs

07/05/2020, hardwarebee

This document introduces the reader to our recommended FPGA design guidelines, which if followed enables the designer to produce a bug free design fit for release.
 
FPGA Design Guidelines
 
As designs get more and more complex, it is very important for RTL design engineers to follow a common

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Introduction to Gate Array Technology

30/03/2020, hardwarebee

Gate Array is a technology that an engineer can use to design and then produce chips or ASICs. also referred to as Uncommitted Logic Arrays (ULAs) and semi-custom chips, the gate array approach allows for more flexibility and versatility. You have a prefabricated chip that comprises of all of the

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