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What is the maximum frequency achieved using FPGA?

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smith_kang

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hi all
what is the maximum frequency achieved using FPGA.

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Re: maximum frequency

This depends both on the type of your FPGA and also on your design
 

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maximum frequency

hi,
it depends on the design and device.

with regards,
kul.
 

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Re: maximum frequency

1) your design must has less complicated logic.

2) use a high speed fpga.

3) writing code that is fit FPGA's architecture.

usually, a FPGA can operate up to 100mhz.




smith_kang said:
hi all
what is the maximum frequency achieved using FPGA.

regards
 

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