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How to develop an FPGA-based Embedded Vision application for ADAS, series of blogs – Part 1
FPGA “The winner for the low-power and high-performance vision-based applications”

When should we use the term “Vision for Everything”, as vision-based applications are entering various industries? It’s been a few years since the emergence of...

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How to Design the New Generation of Reprogrammable Router/Switch Using Zynq FPGA
A must for high-traffic network

A high-performance router is an absolute must if you want to run a high-traffic network in which different devices need to transfer and receive data as fast as possible. A router with a powerful processor and sufficient local memory...

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Plots: A New Way To Analyze Data

Data analysis is often a very time consuming process for a hardware design or verification engineer. We always end up using the waveform viewer which may not be very efficient in giving us a high-level overview of what we’re looking for. Data that is spread across...

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Introduction to Zynq™ Architecture
A brief examination of the Zynq processing system and its programmable logic

The History of System-on-Chip (SoC) Do we prefer to have a small electronic device or a larger one? The answer will often be “the smaller one”. However, before the commercialization of small radios, many people were interested in having...

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Emulation on the Cloud
HES Cloud delivers access to a high performance emulation platform

‘The cloud’ has been an industry buzz word for some time now and whilst the initial focus was on data storage and sharing - and spawned the likes of Dropbox – ‘cloud computing’ is currently the latest trend. For instance, Amazon’s cloud platform, ...

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Aldec Springs Into Action
A look back at a busy industry show season

It’s been a busy season for Aldec. The weather has warmed here in the desert and as the trees and greenery enliven in spring, Aldec has also been bursting with activity. From DVCon to the International Symposium on FPGAs in the US to Embedded World ...

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Software Driven Test of FPGA Prototype
Use development software to drive your DUT on an FPGA prototyping platform

Most everyone would agree how important FPGA prototyping is to test and validate an IP, sub-system, or a complete SoC design. Before the design is taped-out it can be validated at speeds near real operating conditions with physical peripherals and devices connected to it instead of simulation models. ...

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FPGAs Accelerating IoT Gateway and Infrastructure Tiers
Exciting times as Aldec uses 30 years of FPGA expertise in new ways

The Internet of Things (IoT) has become the main topic in the technological world; it seems everybody is talking about it as the next wave in electronic systems. The scope of the IoT is so wide now, some have suggested changing the name to the Internet of Everything. We ...

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It’s Time to Get Your University in Sync with Zynq
Insight From a College Student

It’s time for Universities to say goodbye to their outdated FPGA boards and introduce the Xilinx® Zynq™ chip. The Zynq chip is a device which combines an FPGA fabric with a processing unit. The Zynq chip is very similar to other FPGA devices, but ...

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Acceleration-Ready UVM
Guest Blog by Doulos CTO, John Aynsley

We hear that emulation is one of the fastest-growing segments in EDA right now, yet simulation still continues to be the main workhorse for functional verification, and SystemVerilog and UVM are everywhere you look....

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