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Which is your favorite FPGA-based prototyping setup?

Interesting article posted to eetimes this week, 10 Favorite FPGA-based Prototyping Boards,

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I would actually argue that only the #1 listed solution, HAPS with HAPS ProtoCompiler is a comprehensive FPGA-based prototyping solution. The others all serve a purpose but typically have no specific features facilitating FPGA-based prototyping.

HAPS with HAPS ProtoCompiler you get the following which specifically addresses the challenges of FPGA-based prototyping

  • Reduces time to high-performance prototype to <2 weeks
  • Built-in debug captures >1000 RTL signals per FPGA at speed
  • Delivers up to 100 MHz system performance
  • Scalable, modular, large capacity – up to 1.6B ASIC
  • Fast and incremental tool flow

What is your favorite FPGA-based prototyping setup? Post a comment below.

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Oh, and to motivate you to post comments, I’ll select one person randomly to receive a HAPS with HAPS ProtoCompiler tote

Here you can see me modeling it

HAPS-n-Mick-Tote

And a detailed picture. Great right. Can’t you just picture your shopping and groceries packed into this 🙂 You will be the talk of the town

HAPS-Tote

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