Hitex system accesses all FPGA signals

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Edited by the Electronicstalk editorial team Jul 8, 2009

Hitex introduces Tanto2-FPGA, a system designed to offer total flexibility regarding implementation and easy access to all signals of the FPGA.

Powerful FPGAs make the development of complex hardware programmed in software easier.

The flexibility of evaluation and prototyping boards is often limited as there are normally only standard interfaces with a fixed defined signal interface available and application-specific interfaces cannot be adapted very easily.

The Tanto2-FPGA system offers a flexible hardware base concept designed to integrate proprietary interfaces without much effort.

All signals are accessible and can be controlled via a test and measurement board and a logic analyser.

Thanks to an advanced Altera FPGA (Stratix II), Tanto2-FPGA supports designs with up to three million ASIC gates, complex interfaces such as LVDS, and high clock rates.

Test and verification effort can be reduced by I/O connections allowing, for example, to route out a tracebus for debug functions.

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