FPGA and Processors Compatible Reference Designs

Analog Devices’ makes it easier for customers to connect Analog Devices’ high-speed and precision data converters, sensors, RF ICs and other components to FPGAs and microprocessors. Through collaboration with industry-leading suppliers, we aim to simplify FPGA system design with the ongoing development of complete reference design solutions and tools, such as HDL code, device drivers and reference project examples for rapid prototyping and reduced development time.

3 Design Challenges when Powering High-end FPGAs & μProcessors

Analog Devices Guneet Chadha discusses the 3 design challenges that our power management solutions solve as core voltages keep scaling down.

FPGA Solutions

alteraLogoAnalog Devices has worked closely with Altera and Strategic Altera Partners to provide you with approved and tested solutions for your FPGA and CPLD based systems. Here you will find a host of useful tools that will allow you to select approved solutions for Altera. View Solutions >


xilinxLogoAnalog Devices has worked closely with Xilinx and Strategic Xilinx Partners to develop proven solutions for Xilinx based systems. Here you will find a host of useful tools that will facilitate your design efforts. View Solutions >

Microprocessors

Analog Devices has worked closely with NXP (Freescale) and Strategic NXP (Freescale) Partners to provide you with approved and tested solutions for your processor based systems. Here you will find a host of useful tools that will allow you to select approved solutions for NXP. View Solutions >

Related Videos

Monitor, Supervise & Accurately Adjust Power Supplies via a PMBus

Analog Devices Guneet Chadha discusses how Power System Management (PSM) can precisely adjust a point-of-Load, or a power supply via a PMBus digital interface to meet tight tolerance specifications.

Sequence 8 Power Rails on an Intel Arria ARM Cortex 20nm SoC FPGA

Analog Devices Guneet Chadha discusses how Power System Management (PSM) can sequence or turn on 8 power supplies in a pre-determined order on an Intel Arria ARM Cortex 20nm SoC FPGA.

Dynamically adjust a Xilinx FPGA Transceiver power supply 1V±0.25%

Analog Devices Guneet Chadha demos how an output voltage of a power supply (1V) to an FPGA core or I/O (eg: high speed Transceiver) can remain within tight tolerances (0.25%) using Power System Management. Also shown, “how to margin” a power supply.

Maximize Efficiency by Accurately Reducing Core Voltage of an NXP μP

Analog Devices Guneet Chadha demos how to change an NXP Arm Cortex μP core voltage via PMBus to maximize efficiency. This is useful in cases where final silicon core voltage changes from what is was expected to be initially.

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