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PCI X Core for Xilinx

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pci xilinx project

I need subject ! Can you help me! :p
 

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pci vhdl source download

See: hxxp://www.xilinx.com/pci/pci_order_info.htm
 

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xilinx pci core license

8O i need very low cost ! :p
 

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eucore pci interface.

quotation from xess website:

Q:Where can I get a free PCI core?

A:MaxLock Inc. offers fully functional PCI bus Master/Target interface = available in synthesizable VHDL code for free evaluation. The PCI bus = gives a possibility to initiate the PCI transactions as well as to = respond to the PCI accesses.
You can download the source code at **broken link removed**. In case you intend to use it professionally please refer to the Project License.



and here there is a free VHDL PCI core (SpartanIIE)
**broken link removed**
 

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pci core vhdl

Sobakava said:
quotation from xess website:
And here there is a free VHDL PCI core (SpartanIIE)
h**p://www.infotech.tu-chemnitz.de/~knoll/vhdl_pci_bridge/

This is PCI Core from above link, I receive it from Mr. Torsten Lauter so that if anyone use this source, please read the referrent below carefully. Thank you for your colaborate.


The VHDL code is provided to you free of charge and we ask you not to pass it on to any third parties.

The design has been tested and is expected to run smoothly.
However, no support or design guidance is guaranteed.
Its use is at your own risk and you take over full liability.

We reserve the right to name you/your company as reference user.
In turn, you ought to reference us as origin of the PCI core in the final
product description (e.g. manual, flyer etc.).

Code documentation is also at early stage, since the VHDL design is part of
a bigger project. Once there is time left in the project schedule, we will
round up the documentation.

To sum up the conditions:

- the code is provided free of charge
- no guarantee is given what so ever
- you agree to be named as reference user
- you must not pass the code on to third parties
- documentation is at early stage and support can not be guaranteed
- a reference (acknowledgement notice) to us as origin of the PCI core
must be included in the final product description

Finally, we would appreciate your feedback about functionality, application
scenarios, documentation and code add ons.

We ask you to agree to the conditions given above by means of an
appropriate email answer.
The VHDL PCI core will be emailed to you as soon as your compliance email
arrives.

Regards,

Torsten Lauter & Thomas Knoll
 

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vhdl cores pci

Sobakava said:
quotation from xess website:

Q:Where can I get a free PCI core?
You can download the source code at h**p://www.maxlock.com/download.htm. In case you intend to use it professionally please refer to the Project License.

MaxLock stopped to provide PCI EuCore core 2 years ago. Now even their site is not available. But you can try this site: openarm.linuxforum.net (look at folder /doc/nanoPCI/docs). It has also many PCI documents and different PCI cores.

Ace-X.
 

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