Enabling High-Speed Radio Designs with Xilinx All Programmable FPGAs and SoCs
This white paper describes the capabilities of Xilinx 7 series All Programmable FPGAs and SoCs to implement high-clock-rate signal processing functionality typically used by the datapath of digital radio applications.
- Published: Feb 25,2014
- Language: 英文
- Size: 0B
Publisher: Xilinx asia pacific
American Xilinx (Xilinx, Inc.) Is a global leader in All Programmable technologies and components, breaking the boundaries of traditional programmable logic to provide hardware and software programmability, and integrate a variety of digital and analog mixed-signal functions, in single-and multi-chip 3D IC chip to achieve a new programmable interconnect capability. Xilinx product combines a new generation design environment and IP, to meet the diverse needs of customers from programmable logic to programmable systems integration.Today, Xilinx is the leading company, amounting to thousands of products to enhance the quality of life designed to provide breakthrough solutions, and its All Programmable devices have been more than 20,000 customers use to achieve: a few weeks may be innovative products to market, dramatically reduce development costs, while quickly change or upgrade features and functionality of the end product in a short time to meet new market demands and changing industry standards.Xilinx chip design can be used in automotive infotainment, driver safety, ultrasound imaging, robotic-assisted surgery systems, wireless computing and mobile applications, IT equipment, consumer 3D TV, the highly competitive mobile network market, and even explore precision outer space shuttle.
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