Scarab Hardware adds 40 I/O pins to miniSpartan6+ FPGA dev board Kickstarter project with BGA256 package—3 days left

2014年7月12日 | By News | Filed in: News.

I’ve just received word that Scarab Hardware has decided to upgrade the miniSpartan6+ FPGA dev board to the Xilinx Spartan-6 LX9 FPGA in a BGA256 package even if the Kickstarter funding period ends before reaching the $65K stretch goal. As of this writing, pledges for the project are at $58,415 (7.8x over goal) with three days left in the funding period. With the package change, Scarab Hardware has also added a $30 option that replaces the Spartan-6 LX9 FPGA with a pin-compatible Spartan-6 LX25 FPGA—with greatly expanded on-chip resources including 24,051 logic cells (instead of 9152), 936Kbits of block RAM (instead of 576), and 38 DSP slices (instead of 16). So you get significantly more processing power to play with for the $30 upgrade.



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