Showing posts with label ASIC-SOC-FPGA. Show all posts
Showing posts with label ASIC-SOC-FPGA. Show all posts

Thursday, March 03, 2011

Digilent - Digital Design Engineers Source

Digilent products are simple enough to be used by students in basic computer or electrical engineering courses, but can also be repeatedly reconfigured with circuits ranging from simple logic designs to complex controllers or complete computer systems.

Digilent - Digital Design Engineers Source

" Design technologies that were pioneered back then have become mainstream and have moved from high-priced engineering workstations to inexpensive PCs. CAD tools like HDL frameworks, synthesizers, and simulators, as well as low-cost field programmable devices like FPGAs and CPLDs, ..."

Digilent - MDE 8051 Trainer

Digilent - MDE 8051 Trainer
Manufacturing Services

From PCB manufacturing, parts procurement and parts management for printed circuit assemblies; to automated testing of printed circuit assemblies, device programming and other software and system support.

Thursday, October 07, 2010

SOCcentral - ASIC FPGA EDA

Latest news about SOC/ASIC/FPGA design, EDA tools and design methodologies, intellectual property (IP), and design reuse
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SOCcentral - ASIC FPGA EDA

You'll also find the abstracts (and links) to more than 1600 relevant magazine and newspaper articles, tutorials, whitepapers, and application notes available on line, as well as the most comprehensive directory of EDA/design service/IP providers available anywhere on the Internet.

Monday, June 14, 2010

Design And Reuse - System-On-Chip Design Resource

Design And Reuse - System-On-Chip Design Resource

Design And Reuse, The Web's System On Chip Design Resource : catalogs of IPs, Virtual Components, Cores, Embedded Software and Design Tools.

  • IP Reuse Station
  • SoC Collaborative Platform

Thursday, April 09, 2009

ZA9L1 Secure ARM Microcontroller - Maxim Zatara

ZA9L1 Secure ARM Microcontroller - Maxim Zatara

The Zatara ZA9L1 is a highly integrated system-on-chip (SoC) microcontroller based on the ARM922T 32-bit/16-bit core and tailored to the specific requirements of point-of-sale (POS) terminal design and meet the strict security requirements of the Payment Card Industry (PCI) Security Standards Council 2.0 specification.

Features Include

  • Real-Time Clock
  • Watchdog Timer (WDT)
  • Two Dedicated SPI Interfaces
  • USB 2.0 OTG Interface
  • Nine Timer/Counters
  • Three UARTs

Security Features Include

  • Embedded Boot ROM
  • 32-Bit Unique ID Number
  • NIST 800-22-Compliant Random-Number Generator
  • FIPS 180-2-Compliant SHA-1 Hash Generator

POS Security Features for PCI Compliance

  • Voltage and Temperature Sensors
  • Sensors for Tamper Switches and Wire Mesh
  • Clock Frequency and Glitch Protection
  • Battery-Backed Secure Memory with Active Zeroization

Thursday, June 26, 2008

fpga4fun - Electronic Adventures with FPGA

fpga4fun - Electronic Adventures with FPGA
 
"This site reflects my experience and my opinions on FPGA technology. It is meant to be informative and useful to anybody interested in learning FPGA technology."

- Jean P. Nicolle
  • HDL tutorials
  • SMD technology
  • Crystals and oscillators
  • How FPGAs work
  • Digital oscilloscope