Digilent and Element14 host FPGA Design Challenge

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Digilent and Element14 are pleased to announce the FPGA Design Challenge. The selected challengers will receive the FREE Digilent Cmod S7 to help power up their FPGA project! The grand prize is Analog Discovery Pro AD3450, the portable mixed signal oscilloscope worth of $1280.

Cmod S7

Digilent Cmod S7

Analog Discovery Pro

Digilent Analog Discovery Pro ADP3450

Digilent Cmod S7 is a small, 48-pin DIP form factor board, populated with 36 pins, built around a Xilinx® Spartan®-7 FPGA that brings FPGA power and prototyping to a solderless breadboard. The board includes a Quad-SPI flash for programming, as well as a USB-JTAG programming circuit and USB-UART bridge. The Cmod S7 also features a clock source, Pmod port, and onboard I/O with LEDs and pushbuttons. There are 32 FPGA I/O signals, 2 FPGA analog input signals, an external power input rail, and ground that are routed to 100-mil-spaced through-hole pins, making the Cmod S7 compatible with solderless breadboards.

The Spartan-7 FPGA on the Cmod S7 fits performance into a small form-factor packaging. With the MicroBlaze Soft Processor Core from Xilinx, you can create embedded applications with a variety of peripherals, memory, and interfaces. Submit your application with a summary describing an FPGA project of your choice

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