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Old 10-23-2007, 04:16 PM
Giki
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Default Which demo board

Hello all,

I need to develop a broadcast application using FPGA,
but I am new to FPGA.

I thus consider buying a demo board.

At least, I need 1 SDI output and 1 SDI input,
1 Gigabit Ethernet port, and some RAM (for buffering).

What's the best choice? Do I need to buy first a low
cost board just to learn? Is it ok to learn on more
expensive / complex boards?

Any information on how to start FPGA programming
is greatly appreciated.

Tks,

Giki
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